Building a Counterarchive: A Response to Cristina Iuli’s “Trans-Atlantic American Studies and the Transatlantic Pedagogies: Some Methodological Perspectives and Questions”



Abstract

Ugo Rubeo
Dipartimento di Studi Europei, Americani e Interculturali
Università "Sapienza" di Roma
 
Building a Counterarchive: A Response to Cristina Iuli’s “Trans-Atlantic American Studies and the Transatlantic Pedagogies: Some Methodological Perspectives and Questions”

A Response to Cristina Iuli’s “Trans-Atlantic American Studies and the Transatlantic Pedagogies: Some Methodological Perspectives and Questions.” (In the present issue of RIAS).

Keywords: archive, counterarchive, memory, Trans-Atlantic Studies, Cristina Iuli


Keywords

archive; counterarchive; memory; Trans-Atlantic Studies; Cristina Iuli


Published : 2017-06-30


RubeoU. (2017). Building a Counterarchive: A Response to Cristina Iuli’s “Trans-Atlantic American Studies and the Transatlantic Pedagogies: Some Methodological Perspectives and Questions”. Review of International American Studies, 10(1). Retrieved from https://journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/RIAS/article/view/5407

Ugo Rubeo  ugo.rubeo@uniroma1.it
Dipartimento di Studi Europei, Americani e Interculturali Università "Sapienza" di Roma 

Ugo Rubeo is professor of American Literature at Sapienza - University of Rome. His publications include a study of the cultural ties between the U.S. and Italy (Mal d’America, 1987), a comprehensive analysis of Twentieth Century African-American Poetry (L’uomo visibile, 1990), and a close reading of E. A. Poe's only published novel, entitled Textual Dynamics in Poe’s The Narrative of A.Gordon Pym (2000). Apart from a number of essays dedicated to a variety of XIXth and XXth Century American authors, from Poe to Hawthorne to James, and from Fitzgerald and Faulkner to Bellow and Auster, he is also the editor and translator into Italian of Henry James’ The American Scene, (Milan, 2001), and the editor of a collection of essays on Post-Modernist literature, entitled Parodie della fine (2015).





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