Francesca Bernardini

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L-FIL-LET/11 ( Letteratura italiana contemporanea )
Filologia Moderna 27609 ( LM-14 )
Studi europei, americani e inter-culturali
Stanza 13, Dipartimento di Studi Europei, Americani e Interculturali, III piano (sede centrale).
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Dispense (poesie di Govoni e Palazzeschi) in fotocopia
lun 14 Nov 2016 lun 31 Lug 2017

Letteratura italiana moderna e contemporanea (prof.ssa F. Bernardini) - LM in Filologia moderna

Il fascicolo di fotocopie di testi poetici di A. Palazzeschi sarà disponibile presso la copisteria Grafitecnica, via degli Irpini, 4, a partire da martedì 15 novembre 2016 ore 15.

E' disponibile anche il fascicolo di testi poetici di C. Govoni, con un'introduzione di G. Tellini..

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Francesca Bernardini, previously an Assistant Professor of "Modern Contemporary Literatures" at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa from 1973 to 1978, afterwards of "History of Modern Contemporary Italian Literature" at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy of the University of Rome "La Sapienza", and an Associate Professor in the same discipline, and from 2001 on, a Full Professor of SSD L-FIL-LET/11 "Contemporary Italian Literature" at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy of the University of Rome "La Sapienza"; she teaches "Modern Contemporary Italian Literature" and "Italian Literature for Childhood". She has been the President of the Degree Course in Humanities of the Faculty of Humanistic Sciences. From 1.11.2002 to 31.10.2008. From 2010, July 1st she is the Director of the Department of European, American and Intercultural Studies of Sapienza University of Rome.
From 1978 onwards she's been taking part in a Research (directed by Prof. G. Manacorda till 1996 and from 1 November 1996 by herself) on contemporary writers' public and private archives; this Research has been supported by the Faculty and CNR, from 1989 onwards by the University, Regione Lazio and the Bureau for Cultural Politics of Comune di Roma. As a result of this Research, in 1996 with Prof. G. Manacorda and other professors founded the "Archivio del Novecento" ("20th Century Archive") of the University of Rome "La Sapienza", which she has been supervising since 1 November 1996.
She has projected and directed a research about Corrado Govoni, supported by the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy and by CNR.
She has been responsible for the project "Women Writers' Words" about the European archives of women writers within the "Cultura 2000" programme of the European Commission (1/11/2000-31/10/2001), performed with Italian, French and Spanish partners (Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Université de Lille "Charles de Gaulle"; Université Paris VIII; Department for Equal Opportunities of Presidenza del Consiglio; the Bureau for Cultural Politics of Comune di Roma), and with the cooperation of other Italian and German members.
In 1996 she founded and since then she is the director with Dr. A. Mastropasqua of the "Avanguardia" magazine; 50 issues have been published.
She has lectured at the Universities of Sydney, Berkeley (USA), New York at Stony Brook, Fordham (New York), Tokyo, Beijing, Complutense (Madrid), Budapest, Lomonosov (Moscow), Lille, Limoges, Tallinn (Latvia), Baku (Azerbaijan), Còrdoba and Santa Fe (Argentina), Pretoria and Johannesburg,  Toronto, La Habana, at the Italian Institutes of Culture of Paris, Warsaw, Krakow, Buenos Aires.
Her research and studies have been oriented principally on the poetry of the 20th century (Lucini, Marinetti and Futurism, Govoni, Ungaretti, Campana, Montale, Saba, Penna, Pagliarani), on novel (Marinetti, Tozzi, Gadda, Manzini, Masino, Bernari, Calvino, de Céspedes, Landolfi, Sciascia, Pontiggia, Wilcock), on archive documents (Ungaretti, Montale, Saba, Palazzeschi, De Libero, Bernari, Calvino, Masino, Manzini), on women's writings (children's authors, Morante, and others above mentioned). She has edited the inventory of Paola Masino's archive and contributed in editing the inventory of Gianna Manzini's archive. She has planned and organized the following exhibitions and catalogues: "Inks for childhood. Literature and editions in Italy from 1880 to 1965" (1997), "Paola Masino", exhibited in Rome (2001) and in Paris (2002), "Carlo Bernari" (2002), "Gianna Manzini" (2005), to spread over the knowledge of the archives of "Archivio del Novecento". She has planned and organized the following international conventions: about Dino Campana (Rome, 1985), G. Ungaretti (Berkeley, 1988), S. Penna (Rome, 1997), Literature for childhood (Rome, 1997), Ungaretti and the avantgarde (Rome, 2000), P. Masino (Rome, 2001), C. Bernari (Rome, 2002), G. P. Lucini (Rome 2008) and Futurism (Rome, January 2009).


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