ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 2 WITH LABORATORYAcademic Year 2022/2023 - Teacher: MIRELLA CASSARINO
Expected Learning Outcomes
Complete the knowledge of Arabic literature and culture in a synchronic
and diachronic perspective; 2) develop a linguistic, literary and
cultural awareness of the translation movement among the Arabs between
the eighth and eleventh centuries and between the end of the nineteenth
and early twentieth centuries, as well as the birth and development,
already from the Middle Ages, of a theory of translating, through the
reading and analysis of some texts in the original language; 3) provide
methodological and in-depth tools that favor the acquisition and
improvement of language skills and a more mature approach to texts and
issues; 4) develop both user and productive language skills in classical
Arabic, modern standard Arabic, Egyptian Arabic and Moroccan Arabic; 5)
encourage the development of those learning skills that allow you to
integrate knowledge, manage complexity and continue to study
Detailed Course Content
Module 1 (3 ECTS):
A. Kilito, al-Hikaya wa’t-ta’wil, Toubkal, Casablanca, 1988.
Module 2 (3 ECTS):
M. Guidière, Manuel de traduction, ellipses, Paris, 2008, 240 p.
Original language materials for both modules, for the Arabic newspaper and the Egyptian and Moroccan languages, will be provided during the lessons on the platform STUDIUM.
Module 3 (6 ECTS):
M. Cassarino, Traduzioni e traduttori arabi dall’VIII all’XI secolo, Roma, Salerno Editrice, 1998, 160 p.
M. Avino, L’Occidente nella cultura araba: dal 1876 al 1935, Roma, Jouvence, 2002, 260 p.