Programma convegno AISNA‑ III° parte - Magazine

Attualità Magazine Mercoledì 24 ottobre 2001

Programma convegno AISNA‑ III° parte

Magazine - 2.30 p.m. (Liguria Spazio Aperto)
Plenary Lecture - Chair: Bianca Maria Pisapia(Rome 1), Fred Moramarco (San Diego)
"Imagine All That History": American Views of the Mediterranean

16.00 Coffee Break (Liguria Spazio Aperto)
16. 30-19: Workshops
#9 (Spazio Liguria)
The Mediterranean Education of American Artists
Coordinator: Maria Vittoria D’Amico (Catania)
Maria Vittoria D’Amico(Catania), “I felt in the midst of the absolute”: Paul Bowles in North Africa
Gigliola Nocera (Catania), Black Athena and White Parthenon: R.W. Emerson and European Altertumswissenschaft
Salvatore Marano (Catania), Castles and Architectures of the Mind in Amy Lowell
Roberto Dainotto (Duke University), Whisper, whimper, belch and oh! The “Stars and Stripes Mediterranean”
Kurt Albert Mayer (Wien), “Much as I sympathize with the Italians and whish them success”: Henry Adams’s First Sojourns in Italy, 1859-60”
Marisa Bulgheroni (Genova)

#10 (Stanza della Poesia)
Mediterranean Mediations: Transatlantic Imaginary and Gender Identity
Coordinators: Liana Borghi (Firenze), Cristina Scatamacchia (Perugia)
Liana Borghi (Firenze), A Mill Hand on the Tiber: Marie Van Vorst Abroad
Algerina Neri (Pisa), Two kinds of slavery: Royal Tyler’s The Algerine Captive and the sympathetic woman reader
Cristina Scatamacchia (Perugia), Dal grand tour al tour du monde: Nellie Bly e la metamorfosi del viaggio al femminile alla fine dell’Ottocento
Alessandra Lorini (Firenze), Ruth Benedict and Apollonian vs. Dionysiac Gender Identity

#11 (Accademia Ligure di Scienze e Lettere)
The Sea and Revolution: The Mediterranean, the Early Republican Age, and U.S. Culture
Coordinators: Salvatore Proietti (Roma 1), Igina Tattoni (Roma 1)
Stella Giovannini, The Virtue of American Language: On Noah Webster and the European Traditions
Alessandro Portelli (Roma 1), The Mediterranean as Middle Ground in the Autobiography of Olaudah Equiano
Salvatore Proietti (Roma 1), Sailing Across the Color Line: On Royall Tyler's The Algerine Captive
Richard Samuelson (Glasgow), John Quincy Adams’ Lost History of the Russo-Turkish War: Greek Independence and the Limits of the American Empire
Cinzia Schiavini (Milano), From the Edges of Revolution to the Shores of Modernity: Melville and the Mediterranean
Marco Sioli (Milano), Liberty and Nature: Joel Barlow's Diplomatic Mission to Algiers
Igina Tattoni (Roma 1), There Is No Room for Hesitation': The Uses of Time in Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn

#12 (Accademia Ligure di Scienze e Lettere)
The U.S. Middle Eastern Policy in the 20th Century: Aspects and Problems.
Coordinator: Antonio Donno (Lecce)
Antonio Donno (Lecce), The U.S. and the Middle East to the Second World War
Daniele De Luca (Lecce), The U.S. Strategic and Military Policy in the Middle East from Truman to Nixon
Paola Olimpo (Lecce), The Role of the U.S. Congress in the Making of the American Middle Eastern Policy from Truman to Johnson
Valentina Vantaggio (Lecce), The U.S. and the Oil Question from the End of the Twenties to the Suez Crisis
Rosa Maria Garcia-Barroso (Alcalà), Success or Failure in the U.S. Policy towards Lybia?
Mario Del Pero (N.Y.U.), American Strategies and Italian Responses in the First Decade of the Cold War

#13 (Società di Letture e Conversazioni Scientifiche – Sala Eugenio Montale)
“Wars They Have Seen”: Americans in Mediterranean Conflicts
Coordinators: Gabriella Ferruggia (Genova), Massimo Rubboli (Genova)
Luigi Bruti Liberati (Milano), “The Stars and Stripes” in World War 2
Gabriella Ferruggia (Genova), “One Writer's Initiation”: John Dos Passos and World War 1
Augusta Molinari (Genova), War from a Distance: Italian Prisoners of War in the United States between History and Memory
Massimo Rubboli (Genova), A “Service to Suffering People”: American Relief Work in Italy after World War 2
Alessandra Vendrame, Heming-Ways: Tracing Italian War Paths in Ernest Hemingway
Oliviero Bergamini & Ilaria Favretto, “Temperamentally unwarlike”: l’immagine dell’Italia e degli italiani nei rapporti del Psychological Warfare Branch, 1943-1945

20.00 – Porto di Genova
Conference Dinner

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