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|Activity description: ||Lecture "All the News That’s Not Fit to Print. What Did Italians Write After They Emigrated?"|
|Name: ||MARAZZI, MARTINO|
|Abstract: ||Drawing on a variety of sources (street signs, postcards, memoirs and "spontaneous" poetry), the talk examines the modifications of a particular language (in this case, Italian) in a context of emigration (in this case, to the United States), and will offer some reflections on the interplay between oral (popular) and written (“high”) culture.|
|Corporate entities: ||New York University, Department of Italian Studies, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò|
|Citation: ||Lecture "All the News That’s Not Fit to Print. What Did Italians Write After They Emigrated?"(2012 Sep 14).|
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