FRENCH LITERATURE AND CULTURE III

FRENCH LITERATURE AND CULTURE III

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Code
65304
ACADEMIC YEAR
2017/2018
CREDITS
9 credits during the 3nd year of 8740 Modern languages and cultures (L-11) GENOVA

9 credits during the 3nd year of 8459 History (L-42) GENOVA

SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
L-LIN/03
LANGUAGE
French
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (Modern languages and cultures)
semester
Annual

OVERVIEW

LITERATURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY IN XX CENTURY

 

AIMS AND CONTENT

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

Provide solid knowledge on the French cultural and literary history of the Twentieth century. Provide analytical and procedural skills: at the end of the course the student is able to read and understand the texts in the foreign language and is able to use narrative methods and basic tools to interpret the works of the main authors, contextualizing them in culture and in the historical reference period, also exploiting the ICT tools.

Teaching methods

Frontal lessons, flipped classroom, tasked based learning and work group.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

The course will point to the evolution of French culture and literature during the XX century focusing on the schools and literary movements. The great moments and authors that have marked this period will be the subject of reflection and critical analysis of passages taken from the most important literary works will be presented during the lectures.

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

MANUAL: D. Bergez, Précis de littérature française (XXe et XXie siècle), Paris, A. Colin, 2010.

FULL TEXTS: the list will be provided at the beginning of the course on Aulaweb.

CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 
Albertazzi, Silvia, Letteratura e fotografia, Carocci, 2017
Arrouye, Jean, La Photographie au pied de la lettre, textes réunis par, Publications de l’Université de Provence, Collection « Hors champ », 2005
Ceserani, Remo, L’occhio della Medusa. Fotografia e letteratura, Torino, Bollati Boringhieri, «Nuova cultura», 2011
Grojnowski, Daniel, Photographie et langage. Fictions, illustrations, informations, visions, théories, Paris, José Corti, 2002.
Méaux, Danièle, Photographie et romanesque, « Etudes romanesques », 10, Caen, Lettres modernes Minard, 2006
Méaux, Danièle (éd.), Livre de photographies et de mots, « lire & voir 1 », Caen, Lettres Modernes, Minard, 2009
Méaux, Danièle (dir.), Espaces phototextuels, Revue des Sciences Humaines, 319, 3/2015
Montier, Jean-Pierre, Liliane Louvel, Danièle Méaux et Philippe Ortel (dir.), Littérature et photographie, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2008
Montier, Jean-Pierre (dir.), Transactions photolittéraires, dir Jean-Pierre Montier, Rennes PUR, coll. « Interférences », 2015
Ortel, Philippe (dir.), Discours, image, dispositif, Paris, L’Harmattan, «Champs visuels» « Penser la représentation 2 », 2008
Thélot, Jérôme, Critique de la raison photographique, Paris, Editions Les belles lettres, « Encre marine », 2009
Vray Jean-Bernand, Méaux Danièle (eds), Traces photographiques. Traces autobiographiques, Saint-Étienne, Publications de l’Université de Saint-Étienne, «C.I.E.R.E.C.», 2004.

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Exam Board

ELISA BRICCO (President)

IDA MERELLO

LESSONS

Teaching methods

Frontal lessons, flipped classroom, tasked based learning and work group.

LESSONS START

November: the extension for 9 CFU course.

February: for the 6 CFU course.

EXAMS

Exam description

The exam will consist of an oral test in French on the course contents through questions from the Commission.

Assessment methods

Attending students (75%): The candidate will have to choose an anthology extract of those in the program and will have twenty minutes to prepare. Following exposure of the contents of the text, it will be asked to the candidate at least one question for each of the areas and periods treated. In examination assessment will be taken into account, as well as knowledge of the program to be performed (topics covered in class, reading and analysis of texts proposed during the lessons, the materials made available on aulaweb platform and readings of three full texts) also the exhibition and accuracy skills in the use of the specific discipline language.
Not Attending students:The candidate must demonstrate the knowledge of the program and that he has read the texts and is able to disclose its content, literary and generic features, stylistic features in relation to the author's and the period and movement or literary school. In the evaluation of the examination, besides the knowledge of the program to be carried out, the ability to exhibit and the accuracy in the use of the specific language of the discipline will be taken into account.