TRAN(S)MISSIONS. How multimediality shapes interdisciplinary research in the field of Italian and Visual Studies

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TRAN(S)MISSIONS. How multimediality shapes interdisciplinary research in the field of Italian and Visual Studies
Summer School 10-19 September 2021, Università degli Studi di Roma Tre. In collaboration with the Virtual Humanities Lab @ Brown University

The "digital revolution" forces us both to rethink the correspondences between art and science and to reconsider the role of technologies in literature. The Summer School Tran(s)missions: how multimediality shapes interdisciplinary research in the field of Italian and Visual Culture Studies explores the meaning of interdisciplinarity and multimediality using a synergistic approach that combines different methodologies coming from the field of Italian StudiesDigital Humanities, studies on digital cultures and research methods focused on the materiality of the object.

Through the application in a laboratory form of the devices used in Digital Humanities, the Summer School stimulates innovative interdisciplinary thinking, and provide participants with the tools suitable for the identification of relationships that affect the multimediality from the textual, visual and spatial point of view, and how it is presented in different media, forms and literary sources in the early modern and contemporary world.

The inclusion of scholars and artists working in the international field, and coming from different sectors, is seen in a dialogical key to widen the debate around Digital Humanities and digital cultures, in order to encourage a comparison between different methodologies and alternative procedures involving the field of Italian Studies.

Pre-applications > July 15, 2021
Tuition fee is 250€

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