24-26 May 2021
Sapienza Università Roma (ONLINE EVENT)
'Can’t conceive by what stretch of ingenuity my work could be placed under the sign of italianità… There are a number of Italian elements [in my work]…' (SB to AJ Leventhal, 21 April 1958)
Previously scheduled at the Sapienza Università in Rome, this online event is the second of the two conferences on Beckett and Italy. The first was held at the University of Reading in 2019.
Enoch Brater (University of Michigan)
Annamaria Cascetta (Università Cattolica di Milano)
Carla Locatelli (Università di Trento & University of Pennsylvania)
John McCourt (Università di Macerata)
Manfred Pfister (Freie Universität Berlin)
Dirk Van Hulle (University of Oxford)
The conference includes 'An Evening with Beckett: Two Short Films by S.E. Gontarski'. Links to the films will be provided in due time to participants.
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Link to two short films by S.E. Gontarski
English translations of papers delivered in Italian
Italian translation of Stanley E. Gontarski's paper ‘Beckett’s Dystopian Trilogy, Part I: Lucky’s “Cerebral physiology” and the Irrelevance of Godot’
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