Le lingue occidentali nei 150 anni di storia di Ca’ Foscari

Le lingue occidentali nei 150 anni di storia di Ca’ Foscari

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I libri di Ca’ Foscari

Lingua e letteratura (neo)greca a Ca’ Foscari: 1868-2018
Appunti per una storia del greco e dei greci a Venezia negli ultimi 150 anni

Caterina Carpinato
ORCID 0000-0003-2781-9713 
Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia
carpinat@unive.it

DOI 10.30687/978-88-6969-262-8/004

Abstract

The essay aims to outline the history of the teaching of Modern Greek at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice: it started with its foundation in 1868, with Costantino Triantafillis, and was interrupted for more than a century from 1890. This paper also deals with the history of the discipline from 1868 until today, with an eye on the connection with the political and cultural life of the country and on the relationship with other disciplines (such as Ancient Greek language and literature and Byzantine civilization). After an interval of a century classes of Modern Greek started up again at Ca’ Foscari in 1994-95 thanks to the teaching of Lucia Marcheselli Loukas. Since 1998 the teaching has been revived with a tenured professor and, in the last twenty years, it has trained graduate students and young scholars who today play a cultural and linguistic role of mediation between Italy and Greece.

Keywords
Modern Greek language in Venice (1868-2018). Triantafillis. Modern Greek language and literature in Italy.


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Carpinato Caterina

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Lingua e letteratura (neo)greca a Ca’ Foscari: 1868-2018

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The essay aims to outline the history of the teaching of Modern Greek at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice: it started with its foundation in 1868, with Costantino Triantafillis, and was interrupted for more than a century from 1890. This paper also deals with the history of the discipline from 1868 until today, with an eye on the connection with the political and cultural life of the country and on the relationship with other disciplines (such as Ancient Greek language and literature and Byzantine civilization). After an interval of a century classes of Modern Greek started up again at Ca’ Foscari in 1994-95 thanks to the teaching of Lucia Marcheselli Loukas. Since 1998 the teaching has been revived with a tenured professor and, in the last twenty years, it has trained graduate students and young scholars who today play a cultural and linguistic role of mediation between Italy and Greece.

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I libri di Ca’ Foscari

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1868-2018: storie di un ateneo

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2018-10-22

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http://doi.org/10.14277/978-88-6969-262-8/004

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2610-8917

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2610-9506

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978-88-6969-263-5

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978-88-6969-262-8

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Modern Greek language in Venice (1868-2018)

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Triantafillis

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Modern Greek language and literature in Italy

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