Scuola Internazionale delle Arti, della Lingua e della Cultura Italiana

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Accademia Europea di Firenze

El mejor lugar para estudiar la lengua, la cultura italiana y el arte en Florencia

La Accademia Europea di Firenze es una Escuela Internacional de Artes, Lengua y Cultura Italiana.
Fundada en el 2005 como una Escuela de Italiano para extranjeros, con el tiempo ha ampliado su oferta educativa ofreciendo cursos de arte, cultura italiana, música y danza.
La AEF también ofrece Certificate Programs en Voice & Opera, Drawing & Painting, Dance, un Certificate Program en Lengua y Cultura Italiana, Study Abroad Programs en colaboración con prestigiosas universidades estadounidenses, Summer, Winter Programs y Joint Academic Programs proyectados con instituciones universitarias de todo el mundo.
El enfoque experiencial y la calidad de los docentes hacen de ésta escuela, fuertemente arraigada en la historia y la cultura italiana, dotada además de estándares académicos europeos, un cálido ambiente internacional en la ciudad del Renacimiento y de la inmensurable belleza.

ITC 3490 - MODERN ITALIAN LITERATURE

Course Type: Lecture Class Course
Instruction Language: English
Examination Method: Essay
Contact Hours: 49 h
Independent Study: 42 h
Activies / Fieldtrips: 21,5 h
Total Work: 112,5 h
*150 AEF Academic Hours [ 1AEF Academic Hour = 45 minutes ]
Time: Meets two times per week – 1h 45min
Location:
AEF building, via Cavour 37, Firenze

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will introduce students to Italian literature of the twentieth century using the theory of the avant-garde as a critical jumping-off point from which to study the movements within, and the resistances to Italian literary tradition that marked this turbulent historical period. To accentuate the stylistic and formal qualities of avant-garde literature, students will have the chance to choose between two different texts, each of which represents the various movements that we will explore and seek to define. This will enhance the students in-class discussions and provide them with the opportunity to achieve a deeper understanding of the greater complexities of the scope and aims of literary movements in general.