29424 - Seminars (1) (LM) ( )

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

Quality education Gender equality Reduced inequalities Climate Action

Academic Year 2022/2023

Learning outcomes

At the end of the seminar the student will acquire further knowledge relating to linguistic, literary and / or other related disciplines for the advancement of his/her knowledge through direct contact with scholars or experts from different disciplinary sectors.

Course contents

The Contemporary Poetry Seminar Officina di Poesia (30 h, 6 credits) consists of 15 afternoon meetings of two hours each, held by Professors of the Department and by Professors from other Universities.

To attend the Seminar the access to the Teaching resources section on Virtuale platform is required (there is no limited number and no other type of registration is required) before the start of the meetings.

The meetings will be held on Wednesdays, 17.00-19.00, from February 1, 2023, via Zamboni 38, Aula Tibiletti (3rd period) and Aula V (4th period).



Hours, locations, mode and duration of the meetings or part of them may undergo changes, which will be communicated in time on this page, in the "News" section of my Unibo web page and via email.


The same and the other / the others in poetry between the 20th and 21st centuries: traditions, languages, identities

Schedule and agenda of the meetings will be available by the end of Jan 2023.


Before each meeting, students are invited to check the availability of didactic material in the Teaching resources section on Virtuale area.

Recommended reading for an historical-critical overview of the Seminar topics:

  • N. Lorenzini, Poesia italiana del Novecento, nuova edizione, Bologna, il Mulino, 2018.
  • Francesco Carbognin, Linguaggio (1956 – 1969), in N. Lorenzini – S. Colangelo [a cura di], Poesia e Storia, Milano, Bruno Mondadori, 2013, pp. 195-239.

Teaching methods

Seminars of two hours each, involving students in debates.

Assessment methods

For the second cycle degree programme students in Italian Studies, European Literary Cultures, Linguistics, the registration of the 6 credits is subordinate to the presence of signatures in the frequency register (or to online verified presence) to 12 out of 15 meetings and the drafting of a short report written (max 2 pp.) relating to one of the topics covered during the Seminar.

The written report must be presented in pdf format (according to the model deposited in the teaching material) and delivered by email to the undersigned at least 10 days before each exam.

Further information about course, program and assessment methods will be provided in class and during Office hours (not by email).

Teaching tools

Texts (pdf) downloadable in Teaching resources section on Virtuale platform; projection of audiovisual materials.

Office hours

See the website of Francesco Carbognin