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Semiotics and Italian Culture

Data:

30/05/2016


Semiotics and Italian Culture

Italy and semiotics share a twofold relationship. On the one hand, Italy is one of the leading countries in the discipline. Scholars like Umberto Eco, Ferruccio Rossi-Landi, Paolo Fabbri and Omar Calabrese, had a deep impact on the discipline and they still are internationally influential. On the other hand, Italy, with its amazingly rich art history and its kaleidoscopic cultural heritage, is also a perfect object of study for semiotics. Italian literature, painting, culture, fashion have been all fruitfully approached by semioticians all around the world.The conference Semiotics and Italian Culture is a tribute to this relationship and aims at encompassing both this perspectives: to this end our speakers will approach some of the key figures of Italian academia as well as some of the most valuable artistic trends in the history of the Peninsula.

"Italy is the country where the European renaissance of Semiotic has its roots and whence some of its best work continue to resonate worldwide"
Thomas Sebeok

Monday 30th May 2016 | 17:00

Kielikeskus (Language Centre), Festive Hall, 3rd Floor University of Helsinki Fabianinkatu 26, Helsinki

FREE ENTRANCE

Organization:

Semiotic Study Program of the University of Helsinki, Salon of Semioticians by the Semiotic Society of Finland, Italian Institute of Culture in Helsinki, University of Turin

With the Patronage of the Italian Embassy

MATTIA THIBAUT (University of Turin): Semiotics in Italy / Semiotics of Italy

EERO TARASTI (University of Helsinki): Umberto Eco: personal recollections

VESA MATTEO PILUDU (University of Helsinki): Semiotic Approaches to Venetian Mythological Paintings in the Renaissance

MASSIMO BERRUTI (University of Helsinki): Narrating interpretation: Eco's echoes

 

Informazioni

Data: Lun 30 Mag 2016

Orario: Alle 17:00

Organizzato da : Semiotic Study Program of the Univ. of Helsinki

In collaborazione con : Salon of Semioticians by the Semiotic Society of F

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

Kielikeskus (Language Centre), Festive Hall, 3rd F

Testata:

Semiotics and Italian Culture

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