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Valerio Ferme

Norma Bouchard is Associate Professor of Italian Studies and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies at the University of Connecticut, USA. Among her publications are The Politics of Culture and the Ambiguities of Interpretation: Umberto Eco's Alternative (1998); Céline, Gadda, Beckett: Experimental Writers of the 1930s (2000); Risorgimento in Modern Italian Culture: Revisiting the 19th century Past in History, Narrative, and Cinema (2005); Reading and Writing the Mediterranean: Essays by Consolo (2006); and Italian Cultural Studies: Negotiating Regional, National and Global Identities, Annali d'Italianistica 24 (2006).

Valerio Ferme is Associate Professor of Italian, Comparative Literature and an Associate in the Department of Film Studies at the University of Colorado, USA. He is the author of Diario Italo-Americano (1997), Tradurre è tradire: La traduzione come sovversione culturale sotto il Fascismo (2002), and numerous articles on twentieth-century Italian literature. With Norma Bouchard he has also translated Franco Cassano's Southern Thought and Other Essays on the Mediterranean (2012).

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Italy and the Mediterranean
Words, Sounds, and Images of the Post-Cold War Era

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The Mediterranean has always loomed large in the history and culture of Italy, and since the 1980s this relationship has been represented in ever more varied...
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