Images of the Other World. Chronicles of Exiles in America†
AbstractThis paper is the premise to an activity of research that it’s no started yet; the research aims to investigate the production of the exiled by the nazi-fascism that attended one another, or have collaborated each other in the United States like they were used to do in Europe. The research aims to trace a cultural history of transits and weaves, such as telling the manner, content, and configuration, in the American society, of “bubbles” or “wrinkles”; in other words of intellectual spaces in which research projects, artistic experimentation and teaching were conducted; all activities that originated in the old Europe and which, after the forced exile, found the place and the ways to continue, through paths that were certainly influenced by the cultural and social context of the new world; a world composed by a multitude of different backgrounds, where the idea of unity and social justice, such as the fruitful and peaceful coexistence of diversity, remains an open discussion topic with uncertain solutions.
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Fiorentino, C.C. Images of the Other World. Chronicles of Exiles in America. Proceedings 2017, 1, 886.
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Fiorentino, Caterina Cristina. 2017. "Images of the Other World. Chronicles of Exiles in America." Proceedings 1, no. 9: 886.
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