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- DescriptionAn interdisciplinary collection of essays that offer a plurality of visions on terrorism, expanding its meaning across time and space and raising new questions that explore its multifaceted occurrences. The different ideological, philosophical, and cultural perspectives emerging from the essays provide a complex and even contradictory picture that emphasizes the fact that there cannot be a univocal conception and response to terrorism.
- Author BiographyElena Coda, associate professor of Italian at Purdue University, teaches Italian and comparative literature. She focuses on the intersection of cultural, ethnic, and national identities in pre-WWI Trieste when it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The author of Scipio Slataper (Palumbo, 2007), a key irredentist figure at the eve of the Great War, and of many articles on Triestine literature, focusing on writers such as Italo Svevo, Scipio Slataper, and Umberto Saba, she coedited the bilingual anthology The Promised Land: Italian Poetry After 1975 (Sun and Moon Press, 1997) and the collection of essays Balleriniana (Montanari, 2010).Ben Lawton, associate professor of Italian and film/video studies at Purdue University, USA teaches and writes about cultural construction in cinema. Translator of Pier Paolo Pasolini's Heretical Empiricism (Indiana University Press, 1988; New Academia Publishing, 2005), Lawton has edited over fifteen volumes on film studies, cultural studies, and Romance languages and literatures.
- PublisherPurdue University Press
- Date of Publication30/12/2015
- GenrePolitics: General & Reference
- Place of PublicationWest Lafayette
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPurdue University Press
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Edited byBen Lawton,Elena Coda
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