58. Intermediality in Modern and Contemporary Italy: Early Cinema and Print Culture
Saturday, 3 January, 1:45–3:00 p.m., 205, Hynes
Program arranged by the Division on Twentieth-Century Italian Literature and the American Association for Italian Studies
Presiding: John P. Welle, Univ. of Notre Dame
1. "The Industrial Origins of Text-Image Intermediality: Sonzogno Periodicals in the 1860s–80s," Silvia Valisa, Florida State Univ.
2. "Metareferential Intermediality in the Cinema of the Early 1910s," Bernhard Kuhn, Bucknell Univ.
3. "The Polyphonic Language of Silent Cinema: Rapsodia Satanica, by Nino Oxilia, as a Multisensorial Experience," Danila Cannamela, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
4. "Screens to Take Home: Film and Illustrated Publishing in Italian Culture," Irene Lottini, Univ. of Iowa
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