Made in Italy: Identity Exclusion or Common Memory?
Sociological institute, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Research Center for Cultural Exclusion and Borderland Areas,
Saint Petersburg State University,
Institute of Philosophy,
Department of Russian Philosophy and Culture,
Labont (University of Turin),
Italian Institute of Culture, Saint-Petersburg,
in the framework of the Third International Research Conference
Mechanisms for Formation of Cultural Exclusion and Frontier Zones-2016
20–22th of October, 2016
And XVI Week of Italian Language & Culture in the World: “The Italian and the Creativity: Brands and Costumes, Fashion and Design”
are pleased to announce Round Table (Conference):
MADE IN ITALY: IDENTITY EXCLUSION OR COMMON MEMORY?
Chair – prof. Tiziana Andina (State University of Turin)
TOPICS: Italian patterns: memory or external zone; Made in Italy: memory or exclusion? Traces of forgotten brands in the language, fashion, culture; Where do forgotten brands withdraw? Design (creativity) as Art of re-actualization; Is Fashion the way of actualization or re-actualization? Fashion and Identity; and others
Will take place in Saint Petersburg State University, Institute of Philosophy, Mendeleevskaya line, 5.
Prof. Tiziana Andina, PhD (University of Turin, Italy), Chair
Dr. Redenta Maffettone, (Italian Institute of Culture, Saint-Petersburg, Russia-Italy)
Dr. Janna Nikolaeva, PhD in Philosophy (Saint-Petersburg State University, Research Center for Cultural Exclusion and Borderland Areas, Russia)
Dr. Sergey Troitskiy, PhD in Philosophy (Saint-Petersburg State University, Research Center for Cultural Exclusion and Borderland Areas, Russia)
REGULATIONS OF THE CONFERENCE:
Time limit for the lectures – up to 15 minutes
Time limit for discussion after the lectures – up to 10 minutes
CALL FOR PAPERS:
Application and abstract of presentation (recommended length is 100–200 words) or full text of the paper (not exceeding 5000 words) in Russian, in English or in Italian should be submitted by the 10th of July, 2016.
An application containing applicant’s full name, affiliation, contact information (e-mail, phone, post address) as well as information on mode of participation (personal or virtual) should be send to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com. When an application is received, the Committee sends to an applicant a letter confirming its receipt and containing invitation (in case of personal participation).