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- DescriptionThis volume attempts to critically re-think the ways in which facts and myths, histories and fictions that shape current and past understandings of (the US of) America have been perceived, assimilated, transformed and, in sum, translated in the arena of global culture, especially in Europe. The essays presented analyze tions of America and Americanness, and their interpretation, transformation and appropriation through linguistic translation, adaptation, domestication and re-imagination, at all levels of the cultural semiosphere. Essays focus on trans-Atlantic and trans-American migration and displacement of political ideas, ecomic models, and cultural discourses. How has translation served as a way of rewriting certain crucial stories, tropes, or images across different cultural media or genres? What are the challenges of translating gender identity and ethnic and cultural connections? How have political ideas and cultural practices been negotiated across the Atlantic over the centuries? This volume develops from some of the papers presented at the Twentieth International Conference of the Italian Association for North-American Studies (AISNA) held at the University of Tori in September 2009.
- Author BiographyMarina Camboni is professor of American Literature and director of the PhD Program in Comparative Literature at the University of Macerata, Italy. She has recently published H.D. La donna che divenne il suo nome (2007). Andrea Carosso teaches American Literature and Culture at the University of Torino. He has recently edited Urban Cultures of/in the United States (2010). Sonia Di Loreto teaches American Literature at the University of Torino. She has recently published Intimita in pubblico. Discorso effimero e mercato editoriale negli Stati Uniti del primo Ottocento (2007). Marco Mariano, assistant professor in Contemporary History at the University of Eastern Piedmont, has recently edited Defining the Atlantic Community. Culture, Intellectuals, and Policies in the Mid-Twentieth Century (2010).
- PublisherPeter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
- Date of Publication08/07/2011
- SubjectLiterary Criticism
- Series TitleTransatlantic Aesthetics and Culture
- Series Part/Volume Number5
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- First Published2011
- ImprintPeter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
- Content Note99, ill.
- Weight530 g
- Width150 mm
- Height220 mm
- Edited byAndrea Carosso,Marco Mariano,Marina Camboni,Sonia Di Loreto
- Edition Statement1st New edition
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