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Roberto Maria Dainotto

Professor of Literature
Literature
Box 90670, Durham, NC 27708
106 Friedl Building, Box 90257, Durham, NC 27708

Selected Publications


The Economy of Form: An Introduction

Journal Article Novel · August 1, 2022 Full text Cite

Points of View: Gramsci and “the Question of the Novel”

Journal Article Italian Culture · January 1, 2022 Perhaps the most essential device for the organization of the novel form is narrative point of view. Mikhail Bakhtin, in “Discourse in the Novel” (1934–1935), maintains in fact that “every language in the novel is a point of view, a socio-ideological conce ... Full text Cite

Before and After the Rise

Journal Article Novel · May 1, 2018 Full text Cite

Introduction

Journal Article Italian Culture · September 1, 2017 Full text Cite

Notes on Q6§32: Gramsci and the Dalits

Journal Article · January 1, 2013 Full text Cite

The Politics of the Event (Beginning)/Политика события (начало)

Journal Article Личность Культура Общество · 2012 Cite

Fredric Jameson: Postmodernit e Cultural Studi

Journal Article Moderna · 2012 Cite

WORLD LITERATURE AND EUROPEAN LITERATURE

Journal Article ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO WORLD LITERATURE · 2012 Cite

The Politics of the Event (Beginning)/Политика события (начало)

Journal Article Личность Культура Общество · 2012 Cite

With plato in Italy: The value of literary fiction in napoleonic Italy

Journal Article Modern Language Quarterly · September 1, 2011 Full text Cite

With Plato in Italy: The Value of Literary Fiction in Napoleonic Italy

Journal Article Modern Language Quarterly · 2011 Cite

Does Europe Have a South? An Essay on Borders

Journal Article Global South · 2011 Cite

Gramsci’s Bibliographies

Journal Article Journal of Modern Italian Studies · 2011 Cite

Luciano Bianciardi and the cultural labor

Journal Article Italian Studies · November 1, 2010 The essay looks at Luciano Bianciardi's most autobiographical novels, written between 1957 and 1962, as symptoms of the transformation of cultural work in the years of Italy's economic miracle. By focusing on Bianciardi's own tropes of travel and translati ... Full text Cite

The Economy of Form: An Introduction

Journal Article Novel · August 1, 2022 Full text Cite

Points of View: Gramsci and “the Question of the Novel”

Journal Article Italian Culture · January 1, 2022 Perhaps the most essential device for the organization of the novel form is narrative point of view. Mikhail Bakhtin, in “Discourse in the Novel” (1934–1935), maintains in fact that “every language in the novel is a point of view, a socio-ideological conce ... Full text Cite

Before and After the Rise

Journal Article Novel · May 1, 2018 Full text Cite

Introduction

Journal Article Italian Culture · September 1, 2017 Full text Cite

Notes on Q6§32: Gramsci and the Dalits

Journal Article · January 1, 2013 Full text Cite

The Politics of the Event (Beginning)/Политика события (начало)

Journal Article Личность Культура Общество · 2012 Cite

Fredric Jameson: Postmodernit e Cultural Studi

Journal Article Moderna · 2012 Cite

WORLD LITERATURE AND EUROPEAN LITERATURE

Journal Article ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO WORLD LITERATURE · 2012 Cite

The Politics of the Event (Beginning)/Политика события (начало)

Journal Article Личность Культура Общество · 2012 Cite

With plato in Italy: The value of literary fiction in napoleonic Italy

Journal Article Modern Language Quarterly · September 1, 2011 Full text Cite

With Plato in Italy: The Value of Literary Fiction in Napoleonic Italy

Journal Article Modern Language Quarterly · 2011 Cite

Does Europe Have a South? An Essay on Borders

Journal Article Global South · 2011 Cite

Gramsci’s Bibliographies

Journal Article Journal of Modern Italian Studies · 2011 Cite

Luciano Bianciardi and the cultural labor

Journal Article Italian Studies · November 1, 2010 The essay looks at Luciano Bianciardi's most autobiographical novels, written between 1957 and 1962, as symptoms of the transformation of cultural work in the years of Italy's economic miracle. By focusing on Bianciardi's own tropes of travel and translati ... Full text Cite

Luciano Bianciardi e il lavoro culturale

Journal Article Italian Cultural Studies · 2010 Cite

Antonio Labriola

Journal Article · 2009 Cite

Documento, realismo e reale

Journal Article · 2008 Cite

Between salt water and holy water: A history of southern Italy

Journal Article JOURNAL OF MODERN ITALIAN STUDIES · June 2006 Link to item Cite

Giosu Carducci

Journal Article · 2006 Cite

Aleardo Aleardi

Journal Article · 2006 Cite

The Discreet Charm of the Arabist Theory

Journal Article European History Quarterly · 2006 Cite

The European-ness of Italy: Categories and Norms

Journal Article Annali d'Italianistica · 2006 Cite

The discreet charm of the arabist theory: Juan Andrés, historicism, and the de-centering of Montesquieu's Europe

Journal Article European History Quarterly · January 1, 2006 Expelled from Spain in 1779, the Jesuit Juan Andrés moved to Parma in Italy, and published a seven-volume history of nothing less than the literatures of the whole world - 'Of the Origins and Progress of all Literatures'. Andrés attempted to found literary ... Full text Cite

Stanley Elkin

Journal Article · 2005 Cite

Don DeLillo

Journal Article Raritan · 2005 Cite

Goethe's Backpack

Journal Article SubStance · 2005 Link to item Cite

White, red, green ... and sky-blue. Maps and colors of political Italy

Journal Article JOURNAL OF MODERN ITALIAN STUDIES · 2005 Link to item Cite

The ’Other’ Europe of Michele Amari: Orientalism from the South

Journal Article Nineteenth-Century Contexts · December 2004 Cite

The "other" Europe of Michele Amari: Orientalism from the south

Conference Nineteenth-Century Contexts · December 1, 2004 Full text Cite

The 'Other' Europe of Michele Amari: Orientalism from the South

Journal Article Nineteenth-Century Contexts · December 2004 Cite

Goethe's backpack

Journal Article Sub-Stance · January 1, 2004 Full text Cite

The Gubbio Papers: Historic centers in the age of the economic miracle

Journal Article Journal of Modern Italian Studies · December 1, 2003 World War II is over. Italy is radically transformed with new modes of production and consumption, of thinking and dreaming, of living the present, remembering the past, and projecting the future. Here is the end of an 'old' archaic Italy, and the beginnin ... Full text Cite

Asimmetrie mediterranee. Etica e mare nostrum

Journal Article NAE · December 2003 Cite

Misteri di Little Italy

Journal Article · January 2002 Cite

Rebels and Mafiosi: Death in a Sicilian Landscape

Journal Article Italian Culture · January 2002 Cite

The American myth in Italy of the Great War

Journal Article JOURNAL OF MODERN ITALIAN STUDIES · 2002 Cite

The intellectuals and the Great War

Journal Article JOURNAL OF MODERN ITALIAN STUDIES · 2002 Cite

A South with a View: Europe and its Other

Journal Article Nepantla: Views from the South · 2000 Cite

The Jewish risorgimento and the questione Romana

Conference ITALIAN JEWISH EXPERIENCE · January 1, 2000 Link to item Cite

Canon/Gender/Praxis

Journal Article · 1993 Cite

Myth and Carnival in Robert Coover’s Public Burning

Journal Article Rivista di Studi Nord-Americani · 1992 Cite