September 21, 2022
06:00 PM – 07:00 PM
On the occasion of the American celebration of the centenary of the start of Italian author Leonardo Sciascia (1921-1989), CIMA will host a presentation of the Portfolio «Homage to Sciascia», edited by Francesco Izzo. Edition of 140 numbered copies with the very first textual content in English by Leonardo Sciascia and a litograph based mostly upon an initial drawing by David Levine (NYRB) portraying Leonardo Sciascia. Florence, Mates of Leonardo Sciascia Association, 2022 (Series «Omaggio a Sciascia», 28)
Introduced by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura, the Comitato Nazionale Centenario Sciasciano, and the Associazione Amici di Leonardo Sciascia.
Chair: Nicola Lucchi (Director, CIMA)
Speakers: Francesco Izzo (Editor/CNCS), Valerio Cappozzo (President, Friends of Sciascia), Teresa Fiore (Montclair State College), David Leopold (David Levine Archives)
Typical Admission: Cost-free
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Valerio Cappozzo is an Associate Professor of Present day Languages at the College of Mississippi. His investigate focuses mainly on medieval and modern poetry. He has thoroughly revealed scholarly article content, edited guides, and book chapters in these two fields. His monograph, titled The Medieval Dream Dictionary. The Somniale Danielis in Literary Manuscripts (Leo. S. Olschki Editore, Florence 2018), provides an version of the extensively circulated dream handbook from the ninth century to 1550. He is also a co-creator with Jacques Dalarun and Sean Subject of A Woman Apostle in Medieval Italy: The Everyday living of Clare of Rimini, which is now in push for College of Pennsylvania Press. He has also edited volumes on Giorgio Bassani, on the Italian Risorgimento and on Carlo Michelstaedter, Storia e storiografia di Carlo Michelstaedter (College of Mississippi, 2017). He is the President of the Associazione Amici di Leonardo Sciascia, the vice-President of the American Boccaccio Association and co-Editor-in-Chief of the scholarly journal «Annali d’Italianistica».
Teresa Fiore is the Inserra Chair in Italian and Italian American Scientific studies at Montclair State College. Prof. Fiore received her B.A. in Italy (University of Trieste) and her Ph.D. in the Literature Department at the College of California, San Diego (2002). The recipient of many fellowships, she has been Traveling to Assistant Professor at Harvard University (2007), NYU (2008), and Rutgers University (2009). In between 2011 and 2017 she has been a Browsing Fellow at the Center for European and Mediterranean Scientific studies at NYU. As of Slide 2017, she is member of the Seminar in Present day Italian Experiments at Columbia University. Fiore is the author of Pre-Occupied Spaces: Remapping Italy’s Transnational Migrations and Colonial Legacies (Fordham University Push, May well 2017). Fiore’s essays on difficulties of Italian migrations, space, and identity have appeared in Italian, English, and Spanish equally in journals (Annali d’Italianistica, Diaspora, Bollettino d’italianistica, Zibaldone, El hilo de la fábula) and edited guides this kind of as the MLA volume Training Italian American Literature, Film, and Preferred Tradition (2010) The Cultures of Italian Migration: Numerous Trajectories and Discrete Perspectives (Fairleigh Dickinson, 2011) Postcolonial Italy: Challenging Countrywide Homogeneity (Palgrave, 2012 – in Italian translation, Le Monnier-Mondadori, 2014).