Teaching Italian as an L2/FL Through Contemporary Italian Literature by Women Writers of Migrant Origin
A Conversation with Sumaya Abdel Qader about Quello che abbiamo in testa
Literary works by Italian women writers of migrant origin have been analysed in several literary and comparative studies, but still scarcely investigated from a teaching perspective. This article explores their linguistic and intercultural potentialities, taking Sumaya Abdel Qader’s Quello che abbiamo in testa (2019) as a case study. Following is an interview with the author about women’s writing and representation in contemporary Italian literature. Both the teaching considerations and the key aspects of the interview support the use of literary works by Italian women writers of migrant origin to teach Italian as an L2/FL.