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This article has been published in: Ocula 26, Matters of holiness: semiotic perspectives on Dante

authors: Magdalena Maria Kubas (Dipartimento di filosofia e scienze dell'educazione, Università di Torino, IT) and Francesco Galofaro (Facoltà di comunicazione, Università IULM, IT)

Introduzione al numero: il Dante che unisce

language: italian

publication date: December 2022

abstract: The issue brings together Dante’s literature and semiotics with the aim of exchanging ideas, presenting the state of the art of the different disciplines and making different scholars dialogue. A second intention is to re-propose the reflection on Dante to today’s semiotics, profoundly changed compared to the seventies, eighties and nineties of the twentieth century, when the leading exponents of the discipline took care of the Comedy. At the same time, semiotics aim to offer new stimuli to the current Dante interpretation.

keywords: dante, commedia, storia della semiotica

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DOI: 10.57576/ocula2022-4

citation information: Magdalena Maria Kubas and Francesco Galofaro, Introduzione al numero: il Dante che unisce, "Ocula", vol.23, n.26, December 2022. DOI: 10.57576/ocula2022-4


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