A Triangulation of Intents/Una triangolazione d’intenti

Marta Cariello, Serena Guarracino

Abstract


The first issue of de genere intends to open the discussion on a broad range of topics and activate a critical network of interventions. The contributions included here explore the triangulation among literary, gender and postcolonial studies, and bear witness to the fertility and diversity of research by scholars encompassing different approaches, from social studies through area studies and comparative literature up to critical theory and activism. Its and our aim is to set the pace for a dialogue through disciplinary boundaries and frameworks – which will hopefully continue in the following issues.


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