92937 - Italian Philology and Literature (1) (LM)

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SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Quality education

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, the student will be equipped with advanced philological methodologies, through examples of Italian texts and comparative study of different characteristics of critical editions. Therefore he will be improved in a correct knowledge of the Italian philological tradition, both of ancient and contemporary area. Consequently, the teacher will examine the links with the criticism and literary history of the works considered, aimed at emphasizing the binomial between philology and interpretation of the texts, proper to the Italian tradition.

Course contents

The Course includes two sections:

the first section (Section a) will provide a deepening of italian Philological method (10 hours);

the second section (Section b) will focus on Contemporary Texts, particularly Carducci's poems (Rime e Ritmi), with special regard to his autographs (20 hours).

Readings/Bibliography

Section a: Philological method.

Bruno Bentivogli, Francesca Florimbii, Paola Vecchi Galli, Filologia italiana. Seconda edizione, Milano, Pearson, 2021.

 

Section b: Author philology. Giosue Carducci.

Giosue Carducci, Rime e Ritmi, ed. by Giovanni Biancardi, Modena, Mucchi, 2020.

 

Non-attending students will have to complete the program with the study of Giosue Carducci, Rime e Ritmi, ed. by Marco Veglia, Roma, Carocci, 2011.

Teaching methods

The Course is organized in fifteen frontal lessons of two hours that will be held during the first semester of the Academic Year 2021-2022 (first period). It primarily concerns the deepening of theoretical and methodological elements of the critical edition. In the second part of the Course, the methodological knowledge will be applied to the study of Carducci's Rime e Ritmi, with special regard to author philology, between XIX and XX centuries.

Assessment methods

Oral examination.

The examination involves the knowledge of the Philological methodology applied to Italian Literature, with analysis of texts to verify aspects and methods of a modern critical edition.

During the examination will be valued the capacity to elaborate a methodological and critical discourse related to contemporary poetry, with readings of Carducci's Rime e Ritmi.

Teaching tools

Frontal lessons, including oral and written applications.

The teacher is to disposition, in the hours of reception and after the lessons, to furnish papers or further elucidations on the examination and on the program.

Office hours

See the website of Francesca Florimbii