The social aesthetics of language in a northern Italian town

by Jillian R. Cavanaugh

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell in Malden, MA

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Sociolinguistics -- Italy -- Bergamo,
  • Language and culture -- Italy -- Bergamo,
  • Italian language -- Dialects -- Italy -- Bergamo,
  • Bergamo (Italy) -- Intellectual life -- 21st century

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementJillian R. Cavanaugh.
GenreBergamo.
SeriesBlackwell studies in discourse and culture
Classifications
LC ClassificationsP40.45.I8 C38 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22691100M
ISBN 109781405168823
LC Control Number2008048207

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Living Memory investigates the complex question of language and its place at the heart of Bergamasco culture in northern Italy.

• Integrates extensive participant observation with sociolinguistic data collection • Reveals the political and social dynamics of a national language (Italian) and a local dialect (Bergamasco) struggling for survival5/5(1).

Living Memory investigates the complex question of language and its place at the heart of Bergamasco culture in northern Italy.

As in other multilingual nation-states in Europe and elsewhere, linguistic revival and survival represent the promise of local solidarity, but also a threat to larger social and political relationships and by: Living Memory investigates the complex question of language and its place at the heart of Bergamasco culture in northern Italy.

• Integrates extensive participant observation with sociolinguistic data collection • Reveals the political and social dynamics of a national language (Italian) and a local dialect (Bergamasco) struggling for survival. Living Memory investigates the complex question of language and its place at the heart of Bergamasco culture in northern Italy.

• Integrates extensive participant observation with sociolinguistic data collection • Reveals the political and social dynamics of a national language (Italian) and a local dialect (Bergamasco) struggling for survival • Introduces the original Author: Jillian R. Cavanaugh. Get this from a library.

Living memory: the social aesthetics of language in a northern Italian town. [Jillian R Cavanaugh] -- "Living Memory investigates the complex question of language and its place at the heart of Bergamasco culture in northern Italy.

As in other multilingual nation-states in Europe and elsewhere. In her book, Living Memory: The Social Aesthetics of Language in a Northern Italian Town, Jillian Cavanaugh depicts present and past ideologies around an Italian dialect, Bergamasco, spoken in the northern Italian town of Bergamo.

In the book’s six chapters, Cavanaugh explores ‘the social aesthetics of language’, a perspective that takes. Get this from a library. Living memory: the social aesthetics of language in a northern Italian town.

[Jillian R Cavanaugh]. Living Memory: The Social Aesthetics of Language in a Northern Italian Town (Wiley Blackwell Studies in Discourse and Culture) View larger image By: Jillian R.

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Her first research project on language ideologies culminated in the book, Living Memory: The Social Aesthetics of Language in a Northern Italian Town (Wiley-Blackwell, ). Her current research is with food producers in northern : Rodrigo Ugarte. Living Memory: The Social Aesthetics of Language in a Northern Italian Town by Jillian R.

Cavanaugh Article in American Ethnologist 37(2) May. Reveals the political and social dynamics of a national language (Italian) and a local dialect (Bergamasco) struggling for survival Introduces the original concept of the "social aesthetics of language": the interweaving of culturally-shaped and emotionally felt dimensions of language-choice Written to be accessible to students and specialists.

Italian Translation of “social” | The official Collins English-Italian Dictionary online. OverItalian translations of English words and phrases. Her recent book, Living Memory: The Social Aesthetics in a Northern Italian Town, is the result of extensive field work on language shift and change which she carried out in Bergamo, Italy.

She also teaches in the doctoral Anthropology program at the CUNY Graduate Center. Her first research project on language ideologies culminated in the book, Living Memory: The Social Aesthetics of Language in a Northern Italian Town (Wiley-Blackwell, ).

Her current research is with food producers in northern Italy. Her work has analyzed language and social transformation, materiality, gender, the value of heritage food. Living memory: The social aesthetics of language in a northern Italian town by Jillian R.

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Cavanaugh (pp. among other journals, and her book, Living Memory: The Social Aesthetics of Language in a Northern Italian Town, was published in Her current research is with food producers in northern Italy. is Emeritus Professor at Cardiff University and Hon-orary Professor at Copenhagen University.

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