The 4th edition of ‘Identities in Motion. Legacies and Representations of Mobility in Contemporary Italy‘ will take place at the University of Warwick on Wednesday, 6 March 2019 (Ramphal Building, R0.04) the research seminar #italiesinmotion will provide an opportunity to discuss to what extent translation practices may impact the production and dissemination of alternative and de-centred perspectives to read contemporary Italian and European society and culture. Moreover, specific attention will be paid to some research projects which make available their outcomes via digital archives, interactive maps, and web blogs.


16.00 – Registration and Welcome

16.15 – Translating contemporary translingual writers Romeo Fratti (Linguafranca Transnational Literary Agency) in conversation with Mila Milani (Warwick)

17.15 – The Dialectics of Modernity: Designing Cultural Landscapes with Digital Humanities Francesca Billiani (Manchester) in conversation with Gianmarco Mancosu (Warwick)

18.15 – Final roundtable: Italian Cultures and Digital Humanities with Bryan Brazeau (Warwick), organizers and invited speakers

19.00 – Wine Reception

The event is kindly sponsored by the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS) and the Italian Department (School of Modern Languages and Cultures), University of Warwick.