Natasha Tenan | Roma Tre
October 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm EDT
Location: WSU Lab 368 – Manoogian Hall, Detroit MI
“La rappresentazione letteraria dell’interazione in classe in un corpus di romanzi dagli inizi del Novecento a oggi”
By Natasha Tenan (In Italian)
Natasha is a graduate student of Roma Tre. In her talk she will present her research on how youth language is represented in contemporary Italian authors. In her research she highlights trends and changes in the Italian language among the youth and how it affects their interactions in the classroom. Since the end of the XIX century there has been a wide production of novels set in the classroom. Natasha will show how authors perceive the Italian language used by the younger generation in their novels.
Direct Zoom Link – October 20 @ 10:30 click HERE
Natasha Tenan is a graduate student at Roma Tre and is currently writing her PhD dissertation on how contemporary Italian authors have been representing the language use of the younger generations in literary texts. In her presentation, Natasha will illustrate and discuss some of her discoveries.