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Professor of Italian Massmo Lollini, editor of Humanist Studies & the Digital Age, is pleased to present the latest issue, entitled The Mobile Text: Studying Literature in the Digital Age. The issue is entirely devoted to the proceedings of a symposium held at the University of Roma Tre, “Il testo è mobile. Studiare la letteratura dopo i nuovi media” on January 10, 2012. The symposium gathered a group of prominent Italian scholars who for years have been studying the impact of digital technology on humanist studies, from philology to literature, from the philosophy of the mind to pedagogy and art. The essays are published in the original language (all in Italian, except for one in English). The journal provides all abstracts in English translation as well; moreover, Lollini includes a rapid summary of the main arguments developed by the various scholars in his editorial contribution.
The Department of Romance Languages at the University of Oregon will host the annual conference of the AAIS (American Association of Italian Studies) April 11th-14th, 2013.
The AAIS gathers scholars and intellectuals who conduct research in different aspects of Italian society and artistic production, including its influence on other cultures. We look forward to seeing you in April. Please visit the 2013 AAIS Conference site for more details: http://center.uoregon.edu/conferences/AAIS/2013/