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Sunday, 12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., 307, JW Marriott

The Ideological Space(s) of Italian Cinema and Television

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Program arranged by the forum LLC 20th- and 21st-Century Italian. Presiding: Allison A. Cooper, Bowdoin Coll.

1. “Space, Sustainability, and the Roman Periphery in Pasolini and His Cinematic Heirs,” Viktor I. Berberi, Univ. of Minnesota, Morris

2. “Liberating the Left: Toward a Humanist Language of Impegno for a Post-ideological Age in Roberto Andò’s Viva la libertà,” Millicent Joy Marcus, Yale Univ.

3. “Cohabitation and Sacrifice: Ideology and the Posthuman in Italian Cinema,” Elena Margarita Past, Wayne State Univ.

4. “Angels of Evil: Negotiating Sympathetic Perpetrators on the Italian Small Screen,” Dana E. Renga, Ohio State Univ., Columbus

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