in-person and online seminar
Thursday, March 31, 2022
4:00-6:00 pm (CEST)
Paul-Valéry University - Montpellier France
Register for free email@example.com
english translation via zoom https://univ-montp3-fr.zoom.us/j/91658975970
The seminar intends to address several current issues based on the book
edited by A. Biancofiore and C. Barniaudy, New York, Bloomsbury, 2021.
- How to re-situate the Mediterranean worlds in a new narrative that is connected to local and global cultures?
- Is it possible to generate spaces of peace and dialogue in the face of geopolitical conflicts?
-To what extent can literature produce literary narratives that become political narratives?
- How do citizens' narratives manage to dislocate the official history of Mediterranean cultures?
- The Charter of Palermo: how to establish new legal procedures for the reception of refugees within the framework of a global citizenship?
Angela Biancofiore, Professor of Italian Studies (ReSO, Research on Southern and Eastern cultures)
What is the role of Mediterranean literature today in a globalized world, in the face of the ecological and humanitarian crisis?
Raffaele Cattedra, Professor of Geography, University of Cagliari Italy
Dislocating the official narrative: an investigation on the geopolitics of Mediterranean narratives
Jean Duflot, journalist, author of a book of interviews with Pasolini, winner of the Monluc Resistance and Freedom Prize
The Palermo Charter: how international law envisages a global citizenship in the face of the humanitarian crisis
Vittorio Valentino, Assistant Professor, La Manouba University Tunis
Re-thinking Mediterranean literature in the light of ecocriticism
Clément Barniaudy, Senior Lecturer in Geography University of Montpellier
On the ways of inhabiting the Mediterranean worlds