From Europe to a variety of World Literatures and Cultures in English. The AISCLI Summer School aims at widening the competence of BA postgraduate students (also those who wish to become teachers, educators, cultural mediators, translators), doctoral students and PhD holders in the field of postcolonial theories, literatures and cultures. This wider perspective on African, Caribbean, Canadian, Pacific and Asiatic artistic and intellectual productions – in the form of poetry, prose, drama, music, figurative art, architecture and cinema – will be the focus of a series of lectures, seminars and workshops held by academics, who are expert and have publications in those fields. 

ATTENDERS: BA graduate students with a Degree in the Humanities, PhD holders, PhD students and PhD candidates, students graduating by November 2013. Turin University students can attend the Summer School in lieu of “Tirocinio”. Students of Laurea Specialistica 10 CFU (250 hours) and Laurea Magistrale 6 CFU (180 hours) are requested to produce a final report on their activities to be supervised by prof. Concilio (Tutor for the University of Turin). Maximum number of participants: 40. The Summer School will be activated with a minimum of 15 participants.