Course Syllabi

ACADEMIC CALENDAR – 2016

 

  ACADEMIC 1ST TERM 2ND TERM
BEGINNING OF ACTIVITIES March 4th, 2016 August 8th, 2016
REGISTRATION OF STUDENTS WHO WITHDREW FROM THE PROGRAM WITH THE RIGHT TO RETURN (ENROLLMENT RENEWAL, through application to be submitted to the registration office) Until March 4th, 2016 until August 5th, 2016
WITHDRAWAL WITH THE RIGHT TO RETURN (through application to be submitted to the registration office) Until March 25th, 2016 Until August 26th, 2016
ENROLLMENT IN COURSES – SIGA FROM February 20th, 2016 to March 1st, 2016 July 23rd, 2016 to August 2nd, 2016
ACCEPTANCE OF APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT IN COURSES (after this time period, the student will have to check the SIGA system to see whether the application was accepted) March 2nd, 2016 to March 3rd, 2016 August 3rd, 2016 to August 4th, 2016
REQUEST FOR AMENDMENT OF ENROLLMENT IN COURSES – SIGA (inclusion and exclusion of courses) March 5th, 2016 TO March 8th, 2016 August 6th, 2016 to August 9th, 2016
ACCEPTANCE OF CHANGE OF ENROLLMENT IN SUBJECTS (after this time period, the student will have to check the SIGA system to see whether the change was accepted) March 9th, 2016 to March 10th, 2016 August 10th, 2016 to August 11th, 2016
CANCELATION OF APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT IN COURSES – SIGA (“DESISTÊNCIA DE INSCRIÇÃO”) March 12th, 2016 to March 15th, 2016 August 13th, 2016 to August 16th, 2016
ACCEPTANCE OF THE REQUEST FOR THE CANCELATION OF ENROLLMENTS IN COURSES (after this time period, the student will have to check the SIGA system to see whether the cancelation was accepted) March 16th, 2016 to March 17th, 2016 August 17th, 2016 to August 18th, 2016
SPECIAL STUDENT (Formal registration at registration office) April 26th, 2016 to April 29th, 2016 July 30th, 2016 to August 30th, 2016
END OF ACTIVITIES July 22nd, 2016 December 16th, 2016
RESULTS DIVULGED – (by Professors at SIGA) July 23rd, 2016 to August 22nd, 2016 December, 17th, 2016 17/12/2016 TO January 16th, 2017

 

Post-graduation Program in Neo-Latin Languages and Literatures

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Faculty of Letters

 

Year 2016 – 2nd term

Neo-Latin Language Studies.

 

 

 

The time period for enrollment in courses for the 2nd term of 2016 goes from August 13th, 2016 to August 23rd, 2016.

There is also a time period for the “change of registration” in courses from August 27th, 2016 to August 30th, 2016.

After these dates, students lose their right to enroll, and their registration will be CANCELLED BY ABANDONMENT at the end of the term.

 

Major Area of Study: Neo-Latin Language Studies.

The following pages contain the following information:

 

– Summary of the scheduled courses.

– Syllabi and bibliographies of the courses offered in the 2nd term of 2016.

 

NOTES:

 

– Enrollment in courses is made online in the SIGA system. Each post-graduation student must register in the SIGA system in order to have access to the system’s services, including enrollment in courses. The address to access SIGA is that of UFRJ’s website – www.ufrj.br, with a link in the homepage menu, or through the address: http://intranet.ufrj.br For those who have difficulty in registering, contact Ms. Patrícia, at the POST POST-GRADUATION OFFICE.

– As of 2011, a new system was adopted for enrollment in courses taught in the Masters program of the Faculty of Letters. Master’s students enroll in courses with the same code as Doctoral students – except when there are explicit requirements in this regard, as is the case with research courses (LEN 708 – Master’s and LEN 808 – Doctorate), the Seminar Courses (LEN 750 and LEN 850), Project (LEN 730 and LEN 830) and Didactic Training (LEN 710 and LEN 810).

– All students who are in the “registration maintenance” situation must enroll in the LEN 708 course for the Master’s and LEN 808 for the Doctorate, both under Prof. Antonio Andrade (Coordinator). The student must enroll in one of these classes after having obtained all the credits, to maintain the registration in the Course. Failure to enroll in the course in question implies the automatic cancellation of the student’s enrollment by UFRJ’s SIGA system (Integrated Academic Management System).- Doctoral students should check if the course chosen is being offered at DOCTORAL LEVEL.

 

  1. Summary of courses scheduled for both levels (Masters’ and Doctorate):

 

LEN 802 – Translation Criticism

Prof. Angela Maria da Silva Corrêa

LEN 857 – Prosody and Pragmatics

Prof. João Antônio de Moraes Prof. Albert Rilliard (Visiting Professor)

LEN 859 – Translation and Teaching

Prof. Márcia Atálla Pietroluongo, Prof. Maria Mercedes R. Q. Sebold.

Guest professors: Teresa Dias Carneiro (UFRJ) and Janine Pimentel (UFRJ)

LEN 861 – Languages in Contact

Prof. Pierre Guisan, Prof. João Baptista M. Vargens

 

 

  1. Summary of courses scheduled for the Masters:

 

LEN 750 – Master Dissertation Seminar

Prof. Sonia Cristina Reis. Single Class for Literary Studies and Linguistic Studies. It will be offered in conjunction with the Doctoral group, at the same time as the Doctoral course.

LEN 730 – Master’s Dissertation Project (Antonio Andrade)

Prof. Antonio Andrade

LEN 730 – Master’s Dissertation Project (Márcia Atálla Pietroluongo)

Prof. Márcia Atálla Pietroluongo

 

 

III. Summary of courses scheduled for the Doctorate:

 

LEN 850 – Doctoral Thesis Seminar

Prof. Maria Aurora Consuelo Alfaro Lagorio. Single Class for Literary Studies and Linguistic Studies. It will be offered in conjunction with the Master’s program class, within the Master’s program schedule.

LEN 830 – Project Doctorate Thesis (Annita Gullo)

Prof. Annita Gullo

 

LEN 830 – Doctoral Thesis Project (Antonio Andrade)

Prof. Antonio Andrade

LEN 830 – Doctoral Thesis Project (Mercedes Sebold)

Prof. Mercedes Sebold

LEN 810 – Didactic Training Doctorate (Annita Gullo)

Prof. Annita Gullo

LEN 810 – Didactic Doctorate Training (Luiz Carlos Balga)

Prof. Luiz Carlos Balga Rodrigues

 

 

  1. Course LEN 708 – Master’s Dissertation Research:

Prof. Antonio Andrade (coordination)

 

  1. Course LEN 808 – Doctoral Thesis Research:

Prof. Antonio Andrade (coordination)

 

VI. Table of Syllabi

 

 

PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
SUBJECT: Translation Review
Prof.: Angela Maria da Silva Corrêa Siape: 6367473 Code: LEN 802
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: MASTER / DOCTORATE
Area of study: Neo-Latin Linguistic Studies
TIME: Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Title of course: Linguistic, semiological and discursive approaches to translation.
Syllabus: From prescription to description in translation studies. The idea of error in translation. Discursive approach to translation as a basis for the evaluation of translations. Relationship between technical procedures, problems and translation strategies. Negotiation in translation. Methodological principles of descriptive studies based on linguistics, semantic, semiology and discourse.
Bibliography:

 

ALVES, Fábio (org.). Teoria da Relevância & tradução: conceituação e aplicações. Belo Horizonte, Faculdade de Letras, UFMG, 2001.

_________. (org.). Triangulating translation. Perspectives in process oriented research. Amsterdam: Benjamins Translation Library, 2003.

ALVES, Fábio et alii (orgs.). Traduzir com autonomia: estratégias para o tradutor em formação. São Paulo: Contexto, 2000.

AUBERT, Francis Henrik. As (In)Fidelidades da Tradução. Campinas: Ed. da Unicamp, 1993.

BERMAN, Antoine. L’Âge de la traduction. Presses Universitaires de Vincennes, 2008. _________. L’épreuve de l’étranger: culture et traduction dans l’Allemagne romantique. Paris : Gallimard, 1984.

CORRÊA, Angela Maria da Silva. Erros em tradução do francês para o português: do plano linguistico ao plano discursivo. Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ, Faculdade de letras, 1991. Tese de doutorado em Linguistica. [Disponível em domínio público do portal da CAPES] _________. Uma Abordagem Discursiva da Tradução. Recorte: Revista de linguagem, cultura e discurso, Ano 4, n. 7; Jul./Dez. 2007.

CORRÊA, Angela Maria da Silva e NEIVA, Aurora Maria Soares. “Estratégias e problemas do tradutor aprendiz: uma visão introspectiva do processo tradutório”. IN: MONTEIRO, Maria José P. (org.) Práticas Discursivas: Instituição, tradução e literatura. Rio de Janeiro: UFRJ, Faculdade de Letras, 2000, pp. 34-52.

CUNHA, Tânia Reis. Fatores discursivos de interrupção do fluxo tradutório do francês para o português. 2002. 230 f. Tese (Doutorado) – UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro. 2002.

DELISLE, Jean & WOODSWORTH. Os tradutores na história. São Paulo: Ática, 1998. ECO, Umberto. Quase a mesma coisa. /Dire quasi la stessa cosa/ Rio de Janeiro-São Paulo : Record, 2007. 458 p. Tradução de Eliana Aguiar.

FAVERI, Cláudia Borges de & TORRES, Marie-Hélène Catherine (orgs). Clássicos da Teoria da Tradução. Antologia bilíngüe. Volume II. Português-Francês. Florianópolis: Núcleo de Tradução – Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, 2004.

FURLAN, Mauri (org) Clássicos da Teoria da Tradução. Antologia bilíngüe. Volume IV. Renascimento. Florianópolis: Núcleo de Tradução – Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, 2006.

MOUNIN, Georges. Les problèmes théoriques de la traduction. Paris : Gallimard, 1963. _________. Les belles infidèles. Paris : Cahiers du Sud, 1955.

PIETROLUONGO, Márcia Atálla. (org.) O trabalho da tradução. Rio de Janeiro: Contra Capa, 2009.

VINAY, J.; DARBELNET, J. Stylistique comparée du français et de l’anglais. Paris: Didier, 1958.

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN VERNACULAR LANGUAGES

COURSE: Prosody and Pragmatics (LEN 857)

Issues of Rhythm and Intonation (LEV 709)

Portuguese Language Prosody (LEV 809)

Prof.: Albert Rilliard Visiting Professor Code: LEN 857

LEV 709

LEV 809

Prof.: João Antônio de Moraes Siape: 7366108
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: Master / Doctorate
Area of study / Line of Research: Neo-Latin Language Studies Language and Acoustics.
TIME: Thursdays, 2h00 p.m. – 5h00 p.m.
Title of the course: Data Analysis
Syllabus: Introduction to the experimental methodology in prosody. Data types and their validation. Creation of perceptive tests. Exploratory statistics for the representation of acoustic and perceptual data. Elementary statistical concepts (population, distribution, central tendency, dispersion). Representation and measure of variation, multidimensional statistics. Notions of hypothesis test, confidence interval.
Pre-requisite: Reading in English
Basic bibliography:

 

Baayen, R. H. (2008). Analyzing linguistic data – a practical introduction to statistics using R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Crawley, Michael J. (2013). The R book – 2e edition. Chichester: Wiley.

Husson, François, Lê, Sébastien, & Pagès, Jérôme (2010). Exploratory multivariate analysis by example using R. Boca Raton: CRC press.

Pereira, Júlio César Rodrigues (1999). Análise de dados qualitativos: estratégias metodológicas para as ciências da saúde humanas e sociais. São Paulo: EDUSP.

Rietveld, Toni & van Hout, Roeland (2005). Statistics in language research: analysis of variance. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Venables, W. N., & Ripley, B. D. (2002). Modern applied statistics with S-PLUS – 4 th edition. Springer Science & Business Media.

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE: Translation and Teaching
Prof.: Márcia Atálla Pietroluongo Siape: 1227826 Code: LEN 859
Prof.: Maria Mercedes R. Q. Sebold Siape: 1125140
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: Master / Doctorate
Area of study: Neo-Latin Linguistic Studies
TIME: Wednesdays, 2h00-4h30 p.m.
Title of the course: Theory and Practice in Translation Studies
Syllabus: The course will focus on important theories and practices in the field of Translation Studies. It is a course that, in addition to the two mentioned faculty members, will have the participation of Prof. Drs. Teresa Dias Carneiro (UFRJ) and Janine Pimentel (UFRJ). It will also be open to the Applied Linguistics Program.
Pre-requisite: — None.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:

 

ALBIR, Amparo Hurtado. Aprender a traducir del francés al español: Competencias y tareas para la iniciación a la traducción. Castelló de la Plana: Publicacions de la Universitat Jaume I; Madrid: Edelsa, D.L. 2015.

ALVES, F.; MAGALHÃES, C. e PAGANO, A. Traduzir com autonomia: estratégias para o tradutor em formação. São Paulo: Contexto, 2003.

BAKER, Mona. Corpus linguistics and translation studies: Implications and applications. In Mona Baker, Gill Francis & Elena Tognini-Bonelli (eds), Text and technology : In honour of John Sinclair, 233-250. Amsterdam : JohnBenjamins, 1993.

EVEN-ZOHAR, Itamar. “Polysystem Theory (Revised)”. In: EVEN-ZOHAR, Itamar. Papers in Culture Research. Tel-Aviv: Porter Chair of Semiotics. (Temporary Electronic book), 2005.

EVEN-ZOHAR, Itamar. “Introduction [to Polysystem Studies].” Polysystem Studies [=Poetics Today, 11:1 (1990)], p. 1-6. EVEN-ZOHAR, Itamar. “The ‘Literary System’.” Polysystem Studies [=Poetics Today, 11:1 (1990)], p. 27-44.

FERNANDES, Lincoln. Corpora in Translation Studies : revisiting Baker’s typology. Fragmentos vol. 30, pp. 87-95, 2006.

GENTZLER, Edwin. “A Teoria dos Polissistemas”. In: GENTZLER, Edwin. Teorias contemporâneas da tradução. Trad. Marcos Malvezzi. São Paulo: Madras, 2009, p. 139- 174. LAVIOSA, Sara. Corpus-based translation studies: Theory, findings, applications. Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2002.

MARTINS, Márcia Amaral Peixoto. “Descriptive translation studies: uma revisão crítica.” Gragoatá, Niterói, n. 13, p. 33-52, 2. sem. 2002.

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE: Languages in Contact
Prof. Pierre Guisan

Prof. João Baptista M. Vargens

Siape:  1125043

 

Siape: 6370182

Code: LEN 861
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: ME/DO
Area of Study: Languages and Cultures in Contact
TIME: Thursdays, 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Title of the course: Instrumentalization of Languages and Literature: Between Identities and Segregations.
Syllabus: The course will highlight the ambiguity of language policies and their use for identity purposes. The paradigm of the Mediterranean area and its borders. Languages, peoples, ethnicities or races: the drifts. The historical concept of translatio studiorum. Languages and their literary products from this perspective. The resurgence of the Mediterranean world: facts and obstacles. In light of these reflections, considerations on language policies in Brazil.
 Note: Classes will be held in Portuguese.  
Bibliography:

 

AUERBACH, Erich. Mimesis.

BALLARD Michel, PICARD Christophe. La Méditerranée au Moyen Age. Hachette. Paris, 2014.

BENNASSAR Bartolomé. Histoire des Espagnols, VIe-XXe siècle. Laffont.Paris, 1996.  CORM Georges. La fractura imaginaria: las falsas raíces del enfrentamiento entre oriente y occidente. Tusquets Editores, 2004. ISBN 978-84-8310-946-5.

DJEBBAR, Ahmed. Une histoire de la science arabe. Seuil. Paris, 2001.

FLORIDO, Francisco León. Translatio studiorum: traslado de los libros y diálogo de las civilizaciones en la edad media. Revista general de información y documentación, ISSN 1132-1873, Vol. 15, nº 2, 2005, pags. 51-77 DOI:(Revista) ISSN 1132-1873.

THOMASON SARAH G. Language Contact. Edinburgh University, 2001.

 

 

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POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE: Master’s Dissertation Seminar
Prof. Sonia Cristina Reis Siape: 2168043 Code: LEN 750
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: ME
Area of Study: Neo-Latin Linguistic Studies / Neo-Latin Literary Studies
TIME: Wednesdays, 2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Title of the course: Master’s Dissertation Seminar
Syllabus: Elaboration and Justification of a Research Project in Language Sciences (Literary Studies and Linguistic Studies). Construction of an original thesis with a specific methodological proposal. Reflection on the researcher’s place in the field of knowledge.
Note: The Master’s student must take this course in his second term.
Bibliography: Manual of Elaboration of Theses and Dissertations of UFRJ, edited by SIBI, which serves as reference source and consultation for the works based on ABNT standards. Available at http://www.sibi.ufrj.br/documentos/manual-teses-dissertacoes-5ed-3.pdf.  

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE:  Doctoral Thesis Seminar
Prof. Maria Aurora Consuelo Alfaro Lagorio Siape: 0361321 Code: LEN 850
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: DO
Area of study: Neo-Latin Linguistic Studies / Neo-Latin Literary Studies
TIME: Wednesdays, 2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
TITLE OF THE COURSE: Doctoral Thesis Seminar
Syllabus: Elaboration and justification of a Research Project in the Language Sciences (Literary Studies and Linguistic Studies). Construction of an original thesis with a specific methodological proposal. Reflection on the researcher’s place in the field of knowledge.

Note: Doctoral students must take this course in their first term.

Bibliography: UFRJ Manual of Elaboration of Thesis and Dissertations, edited by SIBI, which serves as reference source and consultation for the works based on ABNT standards. Available: http://www.sibi.ufrj.br/documentos/manual-teses-dissertacoes-5ed-3.pdf.  

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Course: Master’s Dissertation Project (Antonio Andrade)
Prof. Antonio Andrade Siape: 1530785 Code: LEN 730
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: ME
Area of study: Neo-Latin Language Studies
TIME: to be scheduled with the Professor in charge.
Title of the course: Research Methodology in the Spanish Language.
Syllabus: Definition and justification of the dissertation. Definition of the object of study and problem. Construction of hypotheses. Determination of objectives, theoretical line and methodological approach. Bibliographic survey. Defining a schedule.
Pre-requisite: Course to be taken by students supervised by Professors in charge of the course.
Bibliography:

 

ANDRADE, A. A comunidade que (se) enuncia. In: FREITAS, M. T. A. et al. (org.) A responsividade bakhtiniana: na educação, na estética e na política. Juiz de Fora: Ed. UFJF, 2011, p. 414-418.

ARFUCH, L. O espaço biográfico. Rio de Janeiro: Eduerj, 2010.

AUTHIER-REVUZ, J. Palavras incertas. Campinas: Ed. Unicamp, 1998.

BAKHTIN, M. Estética da criação verbal. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2003.

—-. Para uma filosofia do ato responsável. São Paulo: Pedro & João Editores, 2010.

—-. Problemas da poética de Dostoiévski. Rio de Janeiro: Forense Universitária, 2010.

—- (Volochínov). Marxismo e filosofia da linguagem. São Paulo: Hucitec, 2010. BENVENISTE, E. Problemas de lingüística geral. Vol. I e II. Campinas: Pontes/Unicamp, 1991.

BLANCHOT, M. La comunidad inconfesable. Madrid: Arena Libros, 2002.

BORG, E. Discourse community. ELT Journal Volume, 57/4, Oxford University Press, p. 398-400, 2003.

ESPOSITO, R. Communitas: origen y destino de la comunidad. Buenos Aires: Amorrortu, 2007.

FOUCAULT, M. A ordem do discurso. São Paulo: Loyola, 2002.

—-. A arqueologia do saber. Rio de Janeiro: Forense Universitária, 2008.

MACEDO, M. S. Interações nas práticas de letramento: o uso do livro didático e da metodologia de projetos. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2005.

ORLANDI, E. A linguagem e seu funcionamento: as formas do discurso. Campinas: Pontes, 2011.

SERRANI, S. Discurso e cultura na aula de língua. Campinas: Pontes, 2010.

STREET, B. Perspectivas interculturais sobre o letramento. Revista de Filologia e Lingüística Portuguesa, n. 8, p. 465-488, 2006.

SWALES, J. Approaching the concept of discourse community. Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (38th, Atlanta, GA), March 19- 21, 1987.

WIDDOWSON, H. G. Communication and community: the pragmatics of ESP. English for Specific Purposes, vol. 17, n. 1, p. 3-14, 1998.

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE: Master’s Dissertation Project (Márcia Atalla Pietroluongo)
Prof.: Márcia Atalla Pietroluongo Siape: 1227826 Code: LEN 730
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: ME
Area of Study: Neo-Latin Language Studies
TIME: Thursdays 2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Title of the course: Research Methodology
Pre-requisite: Course to be taken by students supervised by Professors in charge of the course.
Syllabus: Definition and justification of the dissertation. Definition of the object of study and problem. Construction of hypotheses. Determination of objectives, theoretical line and methodological approach. Bibliographic survey. Defining a schedule.
Bibliography:

ALBIR, Amparo Hurtado. Aprender a traducir del francés al español: Competencias y tareas para la iniciación a la traducción. Castelló de la Plana: Publicacions de la Universitat Jaume I; Madrid: Edelsa, D.L. 2015.

ALVES, F.; MAGALHÃES, C. e PAGANO, A. Traduzir com autonomia: estratégias para o tradutor em formação. São Paulo: Contexto, 2003.

BAKER, Mona. Corpus linguistics and translation studies: Implications and applications. In Mona Baker, Gill Francis & Elena Tognini-Bonelli (eds), Text and technology : In honour of John Sinclair, 233-250. Amsterdam : JohnBenjamins, 1993.

EVEN-ZOHAR, Itamar. “Polysystem Theory (Revised)”. In: EVEN-ZOHAR, Itamar. Papers in Culture Research. Tel-Aviv: Porter Chair of Semiotics. (Temporary Electronic book), 2005.

EVEN-ZOHAR, Itamar. “Introduction [to Polysystem Studies].” Polysystem Studies [=Poetics Today, 11:1 (1990)], p. 1-6.

EVEN-ZOHAR, Itamar. “The ‘Literary System’.” Polysystem Studies [=Poetics Today, 11:1 (1990)], p. 27-44.

FERNANDES, Lincoln. Corpora in Translation Studies : revisiting Baker’s typology. Fragmentos vol. 30, pp. 87-95, 2006.

GENTZLER, Edwin. “A Teoria dos Polissistemas”. In: GENTZLER, Edwin. Teorias contemporâneas da tradução. Trad. Marcos Malvezzi. São Paulo: Madras, 2009, p. 139- 174.

LAVIOSA, Sara. Corpus-based translation studies : Theory, findings, applications. Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2002.

MARTINS, Márcia Amaral Peixoto. “Descriptive translation studies: uma revisão crítica.” Gragoatá, Niterói, n. 13, p. 33-52, 2. sem. 2002.

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE: Doctoral thesis project (Annita Gullo)
Prof.  Annita Gullo Siape: 06366095 Code: LEN 830
PERIOD: 2016/2 LEVEL: DO
Area of Study: Neo-Latin Linguistic Studies
TIME: Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
Title of course: Doctoral thesis project
Syllabus: Definition and justification of the dissertation. Definition of the object of study and problem. Construction of hypotheses. Determination of objectives, theoretical line and methodological approach. Bibliographic survey. Defining a schedule.
Obs.: Course to be taken by students being supervised by the Professor in charge.
Bibliography:

 

ALMEIDA FILHO, José C. P. Dimensões comunicativas no ensino de línguas. 6 edição. Campinas, SP: Pontes, 2010.

________. Lingüistica Aplicada-ensino de língua e comunicação. Campinas: Pontes e Arte Língua, 2005.

BAKHTIN, M. Estética da criação verbal. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2011.

BALBONI, P.E. Le sfide di Babele. Insegnare le lingue nelle società complesse.Torino. UTET, 2002.

BERRUTO, Gaetano. Sociolinguistica dell’italiano contemporaneo. Roma: La Nuova Italia, 1994.

_____________. Fondamenti di sociolinguistica, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2003.

BRUNETTA, Gian Piero. Guida alla storia del cinema italiano. Torino,Einaudi, 2003. COVERI, L., BENUCCI,A., DIADORI. Le varietà dell’italiano. Manuale di sociolinguistica italiana. Con documenti e verifiche, Roma, Bonacci, 2009.

CRISTOVÃO, Vera Lúcia Lopes; DIAS, Reinildes. (Org.). O livro didático de línguas estrangeira: múltiplas perspectivas. 1ed. Campinas: Mercado de Letras, 2009, v. , p. 17-56. BORNETO, Carlo Serra. C’era uma volta il método. Roma: Carocci Editore, 1998. FERNANDÉZ, Gretel E. Entre enfoques y métodos: algunas relaciones (in)coerentes em la enseñanza de español lengua extranjera. In: Coleção Explorando o Ensino; v. 16 – Espanhol. Ministério da Educação, Secretaria de Educação Básica, 2010.

KRASHEN, S. D. Second language acquisition and second language learning. New York, Prentice Hall, 1981.

KUMARAVADIVELU, B. Understanding language teaching: from method to postmethod. MAINGUENEAU, D. Análise de Textos de Comunicação. Trad. Cecília P de Souza-e-Silva e Décio Rocha. – 3 ° Ed. – São Paulo: Cortez, 2004.

PAIVA, Vera Lucia Menezes de Oliveira e . História do material didático de língua inglesa no Brasil. In: Dias, Reinildes; Cristóvão, Vera Lúcia Lopes. (Org.). O livro didático de línguas estrangeira: múltiplas perspectivas. 1ed.Campinas: Mercado de Letras, 2009, v. , p. 17-56.

__________. PAIVA, Vera Lucia M. de O. Aquisição de segunda língua. São Paulo: Parábola, 2014.

RICHARDS, Jack C. O ensino comunicativo de línguas. São Paulo: SBS Editora, 2006. RICHARDS, Jack C.; RODGERS, Theodore S. Enfoques y métodos en la enseñanza de idiomas. 2º edição Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

VILAÇA, Márcio Luiz Corrêa . A Elaboração de Materiais Didáticos de Línguas Estrangeiras: Autoria, Princípios e Abordagens. Cadernos do CNLF (CiFEFil), v. XVI, p. 51-60, 2012.

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE: Doctoral thesis project (Mercedes Sebold)
Prof. Mercedes Sebold Siape:  1125140 Code: LEN 830
PERIOD: 2016/2 LEVEL: DO
Area of Study: Neo-Latin Language Studies
Time: to be scheduled with the professor in charge.
Title of the course: Aspect Studies of the Neo-Latin Languages.
Syllabus: Main Studies on its Aspects and Production in Different Languages.
Note: Course to be taken by students being supervised by the Professor in charge.
Basic bibliography:

 

ALEXIADOU, A. Adverb placement: A case study in antisymmetric syntax. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1997.

___; HAEGEMAN, L. & STAVROU M. Noun phrase in the generative perspective. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 2007.

ANDERSEN, R. La adquisición de la morfologia verbal. Linguística 1, 1989. p. 89- 141. ___. Developmental sequences: The emergence of aspect marking in second language acquisition. In: HUEBNER, T.; FERGUSON, C. (Eds.). Crosscurrents in second language acquisition and linguistic theories. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1991. p. 305-324. ANDERSEN, R. & SHIRAI, Y. Primacy of Aspect in First and Second Language Acquisition: The pidgin/creole connection. In: RITCHIE, W. & BHATIA, T. (Eds.), Handbook of second language acquisition. San Diego, CA: Academic Press., 1996. p. 527- 570.

ANTINUCCI, F.; MILLER, R. How children talk about what happened. Journal of Child Language, 3, 1976. p. 169-189.

BAKER, M. The syntax of agreement and concord. Cambridge: Cambridge University. BAKER, M. The syntax of agreement and concord. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

BELLETTI, A. Verb positions: evidence from Italian. In: LIGHTFOOT, D.; HORNSTEIN, N. (Eds.). Verb movement. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Univerisity Press, 1994.

___. Generalized Verb Movement. Turin: Rosenberg & Sellier, 1990.

BERNDT, R.; CARAMAZZA, A. How “Regular” Is Sentence Comprehension in Broca’s Aphasia? It Depends on How You Select the Patients. Brain and Language 67, 1999.

BOK-BENNEMA, R. Evidence for an Aspectual Functional Head in French and Spanish In: OOSTERDORP, M.; ANAGNOSTOPOULOU, E. Progress in Grammar. Articles on the 20th Anniversary of the Comparison of Grammatical Models Groupin Tilburg.

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE: Didactic Training Doctorate (Luiz Carlos Balga)
Prof. Luiz Carlos Balga Rodrigues Siape: 2565407 Code: LEN 810
PERIOD: 2016/2 LEVEL: Doctorate
Area of Study: Neo-Latin Language Studies
TIME: Mondays 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Title of course: Foreign Language Methodology
Syllabus: Theories of Language and Learning. FFL Teaching Methodologies. Place and function of different text genres in the teaching of French as a Foreign Language. Didactic practices and evaluation.
Note: Course to be taken by student supervised by professor in charge.  
Bibliography:

 

BEACCO, J.-C.. L’approche par compétences. Paris: Didier, 2007.

BÉRARD, Evelyne. L’Approche communicative: Théorie et Pratiques. Paris: Clé International, 1992.

CUQ, J.-P. ; GRUCA, I. Cours de didactique du français langue étrangère et seconde. Grenoble: PUG, 2002.

____. Dictionnaire de Didactique du Français Langue étrangère et seconde. Paris: CLÉ International, 2003.

GALLISSON, Robert. D’Hier à Aujourd’hui – La Didactique Générale des langues étrangères – du Structuralisme au Fonctionnalisme. Paris: Clé International, 1991.

LANCIEN, Thierry; DE CARLO, Maddalena. L’interculturel. Paris: CLE International, 1998.

LARRUY, M. De l’interprétation de l’erreur. Paris: Clé International, 2005.

MARTINEZ, Pierre. Didática de Línguas Estrangeiras. São Paulo: Parábola, 2009.

PUREN, Christian. Histoire des méthodologies de l’enseignement des langues. Paris: Nathan-CLE international, 1988.

ROCHA, C.;BASSO, E. (orgs.) Ensinar e Aprender língua estrangeira nas diferentes idades. São Carlos: Claraluz, 2007.

TAGLIANTE, C. La classe de langue. Paris: Clé International, 2006. ___________. L’évaluation et le Cadre européen commun. Paris: Clé international, 2005.

TOLAS, J. et alii. Le Français sur objectifs spécifiques et la classe de langue. Paris: Clé International, 2008.

 

 

 

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Post-graduation Program in Neo-Latin Languages and Literatures

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Faculty of Letters

 

Year 2016 – 2nd term

Neo-Latin Literary Studies.

 

The enrollment period in courses for the second term of 2016 goes from 08/13/2016 to 23 / 08/2016.

There is also a “Change of Registration” period in courses from 8/27/2016 to 8/30/2016.

After these dates, the student loses the right to enroll, and will have, at the end of the semester, his or her registration cancelled by abandonment.

 

Area of Study: Neo-Latin Literary Studies

The following pages contain the following information:

 

  • Syllabus of the scheduled courses.
  • Syllabi and bibliographies of the courses offered for the 2nd term of 2016.

 

Note:

– The enrollment in courses is made “online” in the SIGA system. Each post-graduation student must register in the SIGA in order to have access to the services of the system, including enrollment in courses. The address for access to SIGA is the one on the UFRJ website – www.ufrj.br, with a link in the menu of the homepage, or through the address: http://intranet.ufrj.br. For those who have difficulty registering, contact Ms. Patrícia, in the Post-graduation Office.

  • As of 2011, a new system for the enrollment in courses was adopted for the Masters Courses of the Faculty of Letters. Master’s degree students are enrolled in courses with the same code as the Doctorate – except when there are explicit prerequisites in this regard, such as the Research courses (LEN 708 – Masters and LEN 808 – Doctorate), the Seminar courses (LEN 750 and LEN 850), Project (LEN 730 and LEN 830) and Didactic Training (LEN 710 and LEN 810).
  • All students who are in the registration maintenance situation must enroll in the courses LEN 708 for the Master’s and LEN 808 for the Doctorate, both taught by Prof. Antonio Andrade (Coordinator). Students must enroll in one of these courses after having obtained all their credits, to maintain the registration in the Program. Failure to enroll in the course in question implies the automatic cancellation of the student’s enrollment by the SIGA system of UFRJ (Integrated System of Academic Management).

 

– Doctoral students should note if the chosen course is being offered at Doctoral level.

 

  1. Summary of courses scheduled for both levels (Masters’ and Doctorate):

 

LEN 819 – Critical Models in Literary Studies

Prof. Marcelo Jacques de Moraes

 

LEN 827 – Special Topics

Prof. Pedro Paulo Catharina

 

LEN 841 – Neo-Latin Literatures and Critical-Aesthetic Reflection

Prof. Ary Pimentel

Prof. Victor Lemus

 

LEL 802 – Course of the Science of Literature Program

Prof. Paulo Roberto Tonani

Porf. Luis Alberto Nogueira Alves

 

LEN 844 – Problems of History of Literature

Prof. Edson Rosa da Silva

 

LEN 848 – Literature and Interculturality

Prof. Cláudia Luna Prof. Mariluci Guberman

Prof. Elda Firmo Braga

 

LEN 849 – Literature, history and imaginary

Prof. Flora of Paoli Faria

Prof. Sonia Reis

Prof. Cristina Trajan

Prof. Fabiano Dalla Bona

 

LEN 851 – Literature and Contemporary Subjectivities

Prof. Silvia Cárcamo

 

LEN 853 – Poetics of Theatricality

Prof. Miguel Zamorano

 

  1. Summary of courses scheduled for the Master’s program:

 

LEN 710 – Didactic Training (Pedro Paulo)

Prof. Pedro Paulo G. F. Catharina

 

LEN 730 – Dissertation Project Master (Silvia)

Prof. Silvia Cárcamo

 

LEN 750 – Seminar Dissertation Master’s Degree

Prof. Sonia Cristina Reis

Single course for Literary Studies and Linguistic Studies

 

III. Summary of courses scheduled for the Doctoral Program:

 

LEN 810 – Didactic Training (Cláudia)

Prof. Cláudia Luna

 

LEN 810 – Didactic Training (Ary)

Prof. Ary Pimentel

 

LEN 830 – Doctoral Thesis Project (Andrea)

Prof. Andrea Lombardi

 

LEN 830 – Doctoral Thesis Project (Ary)

Prof. Ary Pimentel

LEN 830 – Doctoral Thesis Project (Fabiano)

 

LEN 850 – Doctoral Thesis Seminar.

Prof. Consuelo Lagorio

Single course for Literary Studies and Linguistic Studies

 

  1. Course LEN 708 – Master’s Dissertation Research:

Prof. Antonio Andrade (coordination)

 

  1. Course LEN 808 – Doctoral Thesis Research:

Prof. Antonio Andrade (Coordinator)

 

  1. Table of syllabi:

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE: CRITICAL MODELS IN LITERARY STUDIES
Prof: Marcelo Jacques De Moraes Siape:  6377623 Code: LEN 819
TERM: 2016/2 Level: Master / Doctorate
Area of study: Neo-Latin Literary Studies
TIME Tuesdays 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
TITLE OF THE COURSE: Issues of modern and contemporary poetry.
Syllabus: The aim of the course is to outline the essential issues of modern and contemporary French poetry from a few seminal theoretical-critical readings by poets and essayists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Thus, we will start from the themes of the “destruction of the aura” of Baudelairean poetry and of the Mallarméan “crisis of verse” to investigate the way in which poetry, from then on and until today, explicitly explains in permanence the problematization of its own borders and procedures, exploring and mixing forms and languages, through practices that require a constant revision of their relations with other arts and knowledges. We intend, therefore, to review, in a first moment, certain traditions of reading of modern French poetry (Benjamin, Friedrich, Paz, Blanchot), to resituate them, in a second moment, from the perspective of contemporary reflection and practices. We are particularly interested in putting in perspective, along the course, some of the reflections on French poetry done in Brazil in recent years.
Bibliography:

 

AGAMBEN, Giorgio. Ideia da Prosa. Trad. de João Barrento. Belo Horizonte: Autêntica, 2012.

ALFERI, Pierre. Chercherune phrase. Paris: Christian Bourgois, 2001. (Trad. em espanhol: Buscar una frase. Trad. de Irene Agoff. Buenos Aires: Amorrortu, 2006.)

BENJAMIN, Walter. “Sobre alguns temas em Baudelaire”. Em :Charles Baudelaire : um lírico no auge do capitalismo. Obras Escolhidas III. Trad. de José Carlos Martins Barbosa e Hemerson Alves Baptista. Rio de Janeiro : Brasiliense, 1989.

BENVENISTE, Emile. “Da subjetividade na linguagem”. Problemas de linguística geral I. Trad. Maria da Glória Novak e Maria Luisa Neri. Campinas: Pontes, 2005.

BLANCHOT, Maurice. O espaço literário. Trad. de Álvaro Cabral. Rio de Janeiro: Rocco, 1987.

CAMPOS, Haroldo de. “Poesia e modernidade: da morte do verso à constelação. O poema pós-utópico.” Em: O Arco-íris branco. Ensaios de Literatura e cultura. Rio de Janeiro: Imago, 1997.

DEGUY, Michel. A rosa das línguas. Trad. de Marcos Siscar e Paula Glenadel. São Paulo: Cosac &Naify; Rio de Janeiro: 7 Letras, 2004. Campinas: Ed. Unicamp, 2011.

DELEUZE, Gilles. “Gaguejou”. Em: Crítica e clínica. Trad. de Peter PálPelbart. São Paulo: Editora 34, 2011.

ERBER, Laura. Ghérasim Luca por Laura Erber. Rio de Janeiro: Eduerj, 2012.

FRIEDRICH, Hugo. Estrutura da lírica moderna. Trad. de Marise M. Curioni e Dora F. da Silva. São Paulo: Duas Cidades, 1991.

GLEIZE, Jean-Marie. Poesia, poor. Trad. de Alexandre Rosa. Em: Alea vol.15 no.2 Rio de Janeiro July/Dec. 2013.

GLENADEL Paula. NathalieQuintane por Paula Glenadel. Rio de Janeiro: Eduerj, 2012. HIRT, André. “Astresansatmosphère”. Em:Alea vol.9 no.2 Rio de Janeiro July/Dec. 2007. LEIBOVICI, Frank. Documentspoétiques. Marseille: Al Dante, 2007.

LEMOS,Masé. “Poética(s) de OVNI. Alguns percursos teóricos da (pós) poesia moderna e contemporânea.” Em: Percevejo. UNIRIO Vol. 06 | Número 02 | Julho-Dezembro/2014 | p. 128-150.

MAULPOIX, Jean-Michel. “La poésie n’est pas une maladiehonteuse… Pour um lyrisme critique”. In:http://www.maulpoix.net/honteuse.html.

MALLARMÉ, Stéphane. “Crise do verso”. Tradução de Ana Alencar. Em: Inimigo Rumor. São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, v.20, 2008, p.150-164 (e/ou: “Crise de verso”. Em: MALLARMÉ, Stéphane. Divagações. Tradução de Fernando Scheibe. Florianópolis: Ed, da UFSC, 2010, p.157-167).

MENEZES, Philadelpho. (org.) Poesia Sonora: Poéticas Experimentais da Voz no século XX. São Paulo, Educ, 1992.

MESCHONNIC, Henri. Lesétats de lapoétique. Paris: PUF, 1985. ——. Vivrepoème. Paris: Dumerchez, 2006.

NANCY, Jean-Luc. Résistance de lapoésie. William Blake &Co, 2004. (Trad. parcial em port.: “Fazer, a poesia.” Trad. de Letícia Della Giacoma de França, Janaina Ravagnoni e Mauricio Mendonça Cardozo.

NOVARINA, Valère.Diante da palavra. Trad. de Angela Leite Lopes. Rio de Janeiro: Sete Letras, 2003.

PAZ, Octavio. Signos em Rotação. Trad. de Sebastião Uchoa Leite. São Paulo: Editora Perspectiva, 1972.

——. Os Filhos do Barro. Trad. de Ari Roitman e Paulina Wacht. São Paulo: Cosac &Naif, 2014. POESIA & INTERFACES. Atas do Colóquio realizado em 2015. Rio de Janeiro: 7 Letras, 2016. Org. Marcelo Jacques de Moraes, Masé Lemos, Paula Glenadel&BénédicteGorrillot (no prelo).

PRIGENT, Christian. Ensaios críticos (em preparação). Org. Marcelo Jacques de Moraes & Inês Oseki-Depré.

SISCAR, Marcos. “O discurso da crise e a democracia por vir”. Em: Poesia e crise. Campinas: Ed. UNICAMP, 2010.

SISCAR, Marcos & NATALI, Marcos (org.) Margens da democracia. A literatura e a questão da diferença. Campinas/ São Paulo: Ed. UNICAMP/ Edusp, 2015.

TARKOS, Christophe. Enrégistrés. Paris: P.O.L., 2014.

ZUMTHOR, Paul. Performance, recepção, leitura. Trad. de Jerusa Pires Ferreira e Suely Fenerich. São Paulo: Cosac &Naify, 2007.

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Course: Special Topics
Prof. Pedro Paulo Garcia Ferreira Catharina Siape:  2168036 Code: LEN 827
PERIOD: 2016/2 Level: Master / Doctorate
Area of study: Neo-Latin Literary Studies
TIME: Mondays (14h -16.30min)
TITLE OF COURSE: Literature and the Press in the 19th Century.
Syllabus: Literature and the Civilization of the Newspaper. The media matrix. The newspaper as a vehicle for the circulation of aesthetic ideas, spectacles and texts of fiction. The feuilleton (novel printed in installments) and its presence in the press of the time period. The space of chronicle and literary criticism. The journalist-writer and the formation of the author’s name: reputation, celebrity and glory. Mediators and cultural transfers in periodicals. From newspaper to book: the universe of publishing.
 Note: It is advisable for the student to be able to read theoretical and critical texts in French. Classes will be taught in Portuguese. The subject of the final monographs, to be written in Portuguese, may be French, Brazilian or any other literature.  
Bibliography:

 

BOURDIEU, Pierre. As Regras da Arte; gênese e estrutura do campo literário. São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 1996. Tradução de Maria Lucia Machado.

BRAGANÇA, Aníbal & ABREU, Márcia (orgs.). Impresso no Brasil, dois séculos de livros brasileiros. São Paulo: UNESP, 2010.

CASANOVA, Pascale. La république mondiale des Lettres. Paris : Seuil, 1999. CHARLE, Christophe. Le siècle de la presse (1830-1939). Paris : Seuil, 2004.

DION, Sylvie. O fait divers como gênero narrativo. Revista Letras, Santa Maria (RS), Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, n. 34, p. 123-131, 2007.

DUMASY, Lise (org.). La querelle du roman-feuilleton. Littérature, presse et politique, un débat précurseur (1836-1848).Grenoble: Ellug, 1999.

GRANJA, Lúcia & ANDRIES, lise (orgs.) Literaturas e escritas da imprensa. Brasil/França, século XIX. Campinas: Mercado das Letras, 2015.

HEINEBERG, Ilana. Miméticos, aclimatados e transformadores: trajetórias do romance-folhetim em diários fluminenses. In: ABREU, Márcia (org.). Trajetórias do romance: circulação, leitura e escrita nos séculos XVIII e XIX. Campinas: Mercado de Letras, 2008, p. 497-522.

______. La suite au prochain numéro : formation du roman feuilleton brésilien à partir des quotidiens Jornal do commercio, Diário do Rio de Janeiro e Correio mercantil (1839-1870). Paris : Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III, 2004. (Thèse de Doctorat)

KALIFA, Dominique, RÉGNIER, Philippe, THÉRENTY, Marie-Ève & VAILLANT, Alain (dir.). La civilisation du journal. Histoire culturelle et littéraire de la presse française au XIXe siècle. Paris: Nouveau monde, 2011.

LAHIRE, Bernard (avec la collaboration de Géraldine Bois). La condition littéraire ; la double vie des écrivains. Paris : La Découverte, 2006.

MARTINS, Ana Luiza & DE LUCA, Tania Regina (org.). História da imprensa no Brasil. São Paulo: Contexto, 2011.

MELLO, Celina. O prosaico, o literário e o político em L’Artiste (1831-1838); renovação das cenas genéricas no romantismo francês. In: MELLO, Celina Maria Moreira de & CATHARINA, Pedro Paulo Garcia Ferreira. Cenas da literatura moderna. Rio de Janeiro: 7Letras, 2010, p. 27-61.

MELMOUX-MONTAUBIN, Marie-Françoise. L’écrivain-journaliste au XIXe siècle : un mutant des Lettres. Saint-Étienne : Éditions des Cahiers intempestifs, 2003a. ______. Autopsie d’un décès. La critique dans la presse quotidienne de 1836 à 1991. Romantisme, nº 121, p. 9-22, 2003b.

MEYER, Marlyse. Folhetim: uma história. São Paulo: Cia das Letras, 1996. MOLLIER, Jean-Yves. Une autre histoire de l’édition française. Paris : La Fabrique, 2015.

______. O dinheiro e as letras; história do capitalismo editorial. São Paulo: Edusp, 2010.

NADAF, Yasmin Jamil. Rodapé das miscelâneas: o folhetim nos jornais do Mato Grosso (séculos XIX e X). Rio de Janeiro: 7Letras, 2002.

_____. O romance-folhetim francês no Brasil: um percurso histórico. Letras, Santa Maria (RS), Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, v. 19, n. 2, jul-dez 2009, p. 119-138. NETTEMENT, Alfred. Études critiques sur le feuilleton-roman. Préface de Marie-Ève Thérenty. Paris: Le Manuscrit : 2009. [coll. Jadis & Naguère]

SAINTE-BEUVE, Charles Augustin. De la littérature industrielle. Revue des Deux Mondes, 1er septembre 1839, p. 675-691.

THÉRENTY, Marie-Ève. O longo e o cotidiano. Sobre a dilatação midiática dos romances nos séculos XIX e XX. Trad. Pedro Paulo G. F. Catharina. Interfaces, CLA – Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, nº 221, vol. I, jan-jun/2015, p. 117-136. ______. La littérature au quotidien: poétiques journalistiques au XIXe siècle. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 2007.

THÉRENTY, Marie-Ève & VAILLANT, Alain. Presse & Plumes.Journalisme et littérature au XIXe siècle. Paris: Nouveau monde, 2004. ______. 1836, l’an I de l’ère médiatique. Étude littéraire et historique du journal La Presse d’Émile de Girardin. Paris : Nouveau monde, 2001.

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
Course: NEO-LATIN LITERATURE AND CRITICAL-AESTHETIC REFLECTION  
Professors:

Ary Pimentel

Paulo Roberto Tonani

Víctor Lemus Luiz

Alberto Nogueira Alves

Siape:

1297358

2144382

1525546

0298259

Code:

LEN 841

LEL 802

 
TERM: 2016/2 Level: Master’s/Doctor’s Degrees  
Area of Study: Neo-Latin Literary Studies  
TIME: Thursdays (6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.)  
TITLE OF COURSE: PRECARIOUS, PERIPHERAL, MARGINAL, SUBALTERNS: The margins of culture in Hispanic America and In Brazil  
Syllabus: Themes and problems of contemporaneity in Brazilian and Hispanic-American literatures. Discussion about subalternity, precariousness and Marginal Literature and/or the Literature from urban periphery. An approach to the Theory and History of Precariousness. Precariousness policy before and after the military coup. Precariousness in the literary text. Marginal Literature yesterday and today. The interpellations of the status of the Literary from the utterance of subaltern voices. Subaltern studies and our urban periphery. The question of the locus of the utterance and the importance of territory in the representation of the margins of the city and society. Ways of legitimacy and discursive authority in the structuring of a new alterity between intellectuals and subalterns. Study of recent productions in which questions appear regarding the figurations of the invisible.  
  Pre-requisite: —-  
Bibliography:

 

BRAGA, Ruy. A política do precariado: do populismo à hegemonia lulista. São Paulo: Boitempo, 2012.

CUNHA, Neiva Vieira, FELTRAN, Gabriel de Santis. Sobre periferias: novos conflitos no Brasil contemporâneo. Rio de Janeiro: Lamparina, FAPERJ, 2013.

DELEUZE, Gilles, GUATTARI, Félix. Kafka: por uma literatura menor. Trad. Cintia Vieira da Silva. Belo Horizonte: Autêntica, 2014.

PATROCÍNIO, Paulo Roberto Tonani do. Cidade de lobos: a representação de territórios marginais na obra de Rubens Figueiredo. Belo Horizonte: Editora UFMG, 2016.

PENNA, João Camillo, PATROCÍNIO, Paulo Roberto Tonani do, FARIA, Alexandre, orgs. Modos da margem: Figurações do da marginalidade na literatura brasileira. Rio de Janeiro: Aeroplano, 2015.

RESTREPO, Eduardo. Antropología y estudiosculturales: disputas y confluencias desde la periferia Buenos Aires: SigloVeintiuno, 2012.

ROSA, Allan da.Pedagoginga, autonomia e mocambagem. Rio de Janeiro: Aeroplano, 2013.

SILVA, Mário Augusto Medeiros da.A descoberta do insólito: literatura negra e literatura periférica no Brasil (1960-200). Rio de Janeiro: Aeroplano, 2013.

SOUZA, Jessé. A construção social da subcidadania: para uma sociologia política da Modernidade periférica. Belo Horizonte: Editora UFMG; Rio de Janeiro: IUPERJ, 2006.

SPIVAK, GayatriChakravorty. Pode o subalterno falar? Tradução de Sandra Regina Goulart Almeida. Belo Horizonte: Ed. UFMG, 2010.

STANDING, Guy. Precariado, a nova classe perigosa. Trad. Cristina Antunes. Belo Horizonte: Autêntica, 2013.

TENNINA, Lucía, comp. Saraus: movimento / literatura / periferia / São Paulo. Buenos Aires: Tinta Limón, 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
Course: Literature, History and Imaginary.  
Professors:

Flora De Paoli Faria

Cristina Traniano

Fabiano Dalla Bona

Sonia Cristina Reis

Siape:

6369219

1189868

1287723

2168043

Code: LEN 849  
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: DO  
Area of Study: Neo-Latin Literary Studies  
TIME: Tuesdays (2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)  
Title of the course: Literature and imaginary: urban and landscape spatiality and temporality in literature between the 19th and 20th centuries.  
Syllabus: The construction of fictional space and literary space. The invention and the imaginary of the city and the landscape. Utopias and heterotopias – spatial positioning. Spatial and temporal representations in the texts of Gabriele D’Annunzio, João do Rio, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, Alberto Savinio.  
 Note: Classes will be taught in Portuguese.  
Bibliography:

 

ALBUQUERQUE JÚNIOR; Durval Muniz; VEIGA-NETO, Alfredo; SOUZA FILHO, Alípio (Org.). Cartografias de Foucault. Belo Horizonte: Autêntica, 2008.

ASOR ROSA, Alberto. Letteratura Italiana. La Storia, i classici, l’iudentitànazionale. Roma Carocci, 2014.

BAUDRILLARD, J. Simulação e simulacros. Lisboa: Relógio D’Água, 1991. BACHELARD, Gaston. A poética do espaço. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 1996. BAKHTIN, Mikhail. Estética da criação verbal. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2000. BARTHES, Roland. Aula. São Paulo: Cultrix, 2007.

BRANDÃO, Luís Alberto. Espaços literários e suas expansões. Aletria: Revista de Estudos de Literatura – Poéticas do espaço. v. 15, n.1, p. 207-220, jan.-jun./2007. CANDIDO, Antonio. O discurso e a cidade. São Paulo; Rio de Janeiro: Duas Cidades; Ouro sobre Azul, 2004.

D’ANNUNZIO. La figliadiIorio. Da Opere scelte. Milano : CDE, stampa 1988. __________ .Le novelledella Pescara. In. Tuttelenovelle / Gabriele D’Annunzio ; a cura di Gianni Oliva – Roma : Granditascabilieconomici Newton, 1995 – XXXV, 353 p. KOSELLECK, Reinhart. Futuro Passado – contribuição à semântica dos tempos históricos. Rio de Janeiro: Contraponto, 2006 [original: 1979.

LAMPEDUSA, Giuseppe. Il gattopardo. Firenze: Feltrinelli, 1999.

ECO, Umberto. Seis passeios pelos bosques da ficção. São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 1994.

FOUCAULT, Michel. As palavras e as coisas. Lisboa: Portugália, 1968. __________ .Microfísica do poder. 14.ed. Rio de Janeiro: Graal, 1999.

GENETTE, Gérard. Fronteiras da narrativa. In: BARTHES, Roland et al. Análise estrutural da narrativa. Petrópolis: Vozes, 1976, p. 255-274.

MINISTÉRIO DA CULTURA Fundação Biblioteca Nacional Departamento Nacional do Livro — João do Rio. A alma encantadora do Rio. s/dobjdigital.bn.br/Acervo_Digital/livros_eletronicos/alma_encantadora_das_ruas.pdf SAVINIO, Alberto. Ascoltoiltuocuore, città. Milano: Edelphi, 2001. __________ .Dico a te, Clio. Milano: Adelphi, 1992.

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
Course:  Literature and Interculturality  
Profs:

Cláudia Luna

Mariluci Guberman

Elda Firmo Braga (guest Professor)

Siape:

0365930

0361940

Code: LEN 848  
TERM: 2016/2 LEVEL: Master / Doctorate  
Area of study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
TIME: Tuesdays (2:00 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.)  
Title of the course: Gender and intercultural processes in post-colonial Latin American literature  
Syllabus: Gender relations, power and cultural practices in transnational scenarios. From mediated testimony to the affirmation of protagonism. Self-discourse, feminisms and hybrid textualities. Latin American intercultural tensions and the rewriting of history.  
 Pre-requisite: —-  
Bibliography:

 

APPADURAI, Arjun. La modernidad desbordada. Dimensiones culturales de la globalización. Buenos Aires: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2001.

BURKE, Peter, (org.). A escrita da história. Novas perspectivas. São Paulo: UNESP, 1992.

BUTLER, Judith. Problemas de gênero. Feminino e subversão da identidade. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira, 2015.

CANCLINI, Néstor García. A globalização imaginada. São Paulo: Iluminuras, 2007. CERRADOS. Revista do Programa de Pós-graduaçãoem Literatura. Número especial: Palabra e poder: representações na literatura de autoriafeminina. Brasília: UNB, n. 31, ano 20, 2011.

CLIFFORD, James. Dilemas de la cultura. Antropología, literatura y arte en la perspectiva posmoderna. Barcelona: Gedisa, 2001.

CONDURU, Roberto. Pérolas Negras – primeirosfios. Experiências artísticas e culturais nos fluxos entre África e Brasil. Rio de Janeiro: EdUERJ, 2013. FIGUEIREDO, Eurídice. Representações de etnicidade: perspectivas interamericanas de literatura e cultura. Rio de Janeiro: 7Letras, 2010.

GRAÚNA, Graça. Contrapontos da literatura indígena contemporânea no Brasil. Belo Horizonte: Mazza, 2013.

GUARDIA, Sara Beatriz, (comp. y ed.). La escritura de la historia de las mujeres en América Latina. El retorno de las diosas. Lima: CEMHAL, 2005.

LOWY, Michael. EcoSsocialismo e democracia completar. Crítica Marxista, n.28, p.35-50, 2009.

MUNDUKURU, Daniel. O caráter educativo do movimiento indígena brasileiro (1970-1990). São Paulo: Paulinas, 2012.

NASCIMENTO, Alexandre et alii, (org.). Histórias, culturas e territórios negros na educação. Reflexões docentes para umareeducação das relações étnico-raciais. Rio de Janeiro: E-papers, 2008.

NOVAES, Adauto. Oitovisões da América Latina. São Paulo: Senac, 2006.

PENNA, João Camilo. Escritos da sobrevivencia. Rio de Janeiro: 7Letras, 2015. SACCHI, Ângela; GRAMKOW, Márcia, (org.). Gênero e povos indígenas. Rio de Janeiro: Museu do Índio, 2012.

PIERONI, Vittorio: FERMINO, Antonia & CALIMAN, Geraldo. Pedagogia da alteridade: para viajar a Cosmópolis. Brasilia: LiberLivro, 2014.

SANTOS, Boaventura de Sousa, (org.). As vozes do mundo. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira, 2009.

——.A gramática do tempo. Para uma nova cultura política. 3. Ed. São Paulo: Cortez, 2016. (Coleção para umnovosensocomum, 4)

TEDESCHI, Losandro, (org.). Leituras de gênero e interculturalidade. Dourados, MS: UFGD, 2013. THIÉL, Janice. Pele silenciosa, pele sonora. A literatura indígena em destaque. Belo Horizonte : Autêntica, 2012. (Práticas docentes, 3).

VASCONCELOS, Vania. No colo das Iabás. Maternidade, raça e gênero em escritoras afrobrasileiras. Fortaleza : Demócrito Rocha ; ed. UECE, 2015.

YÚDICE, George. A conveniência da cultura. Usos da cultura na era global. Belo Horizonte : UFMG, 2006.

ZEA, Leopoldo. Fin de milenio. Emergencia de los marginados. México : Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2000.

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
Course: Contemporary literature and subjectivities  
Prof: Silvia Cárcamo Siape:  0361485 Code: LEN 851  
TERM: 2016/2 Level: Master / Doctorate  
Area of study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
TIME: Thursdays (10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.)  
Title of the course: Fictions of the self in contemporary writings  
Syllabus: The chronicle, the journal and the writer’s blog: perspectives of the studies of autobiography and self-fiction. The transformation of the modern chronicle in the present time. The chronicle’s self: between journalism and literature, between fiction and reality. The writer’s journal as a narrative model in contemporaneity. The fictionalization of the figure of the writer in writer’s journals and blogs. The public, the private and the intimate in the chronicle, in writers’ journals of and blogs. An analysis of texts by R. Piglia, D. Link, J. Cercas, J.J. Millás, J. Forn.  
 Pre-requisite: —  
Bibliography:

 

ALBERCA, Manuel. La escritura invisible. Testimonios sobre el diario íntimo. España: Sendoa, 2000.

—–.El pacto ambiguo. De la novela autobiográfica a la autoficción.

AMÍCOLA,José. Autobiografía como autofiguración. Estrategias discursivas del Yo y cuestiones de género. Buenos Aires: Beatriz Viterbo/UNLP, 2007.

ANTHROPOS. La autobiografía en la España contemporánea. Número 125, oct. 1991. ANTHROPOS, suplementos. La autobiografía y sus problemas teóricos. Dic. 1991. ARFUCH, Leonor. Crítica cultural entre política y poética. Buenos Aires: FCE, 2007. —–.El espacio biográfico. Dilemas de la subjetividad contemporánea. México: Fondo de Cultura, 2007.

—–.Memoria y autobiografia. Exploraciones em los límites. Buenos Aires: FCE, 2013. BARTHES, Roland. A morte do autor. In:—–. O rumor da língua. São Paulo: Brasiliense, 1984.

BOLETIN del Centro de Estudios de Teoría y Crítica Literaria/ 13-14. Dic. 2007-Ab. 2008, Rosario (Argentina)

CATELLI, Nora. En la era de la intimidad. Rosario: Beatriz Viterbo, 2007. FERNÁNDEZ, Celia y HERMOSILLA, M. Angeles (ed.). Autobiografía en España: un balance. Foucault, Michel. Tecnologías del yo. Barcelona: Paidós, 1990.

GALLE, Helmut, OLMOS, Ana Cecilia, KANZEPOLSKY, Adriana, ZUNTINI IZARRA, Laura (orgs). Em primeira pessoa. Abordagens de uma teoria da autobiografia. São Paulo: Annablume, 2009.

GIORDANO, Alberto. Una posibilidad de vida. Escrituras íntimas. Rosario: Beatriz Viterbo, 2006.

——. El giro autobiográfico de la literatura argentina actual. Buenos Aires: Mansalva, 2008.

INSULA, Número 589-590. KLINGER, Diana. Literatura e ética. Rio de Janeiro: Rocco, 2014.

LEJEUNE, Philippe. O pacto autobiográfico. Belo Horizonte: Ed. UFMG, 2008.

LINK, Daniel. Como se lê e outras intervenções críticas.Argos:Chapecó, 2002. MATAMORO, Blas. Estudios sobre la novela familiar del escritor. Madrid: Síntesis, 2003.

MIRAUX, Jean-Philippe. La autobiografia. Las escrituras del yo. Buenos Aires, Nueva Visión, 2005.

MOLLOY, Sylvia. Acto de presencia. La escritura autobiográfica en Hispanoamérica. México: Fondo de Cultura, 2001.

POZUELO YVANCOS, José María. De la autobiografía. Teoria y estilos. Barcelona: Crítica, 2006.

—–. Figuraciones del yo en la narrativa. Javier Marías y E. Vila-Matas. Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid, 2010.

—–. Poética de la ficción. Madrid: Síntesis, 2010.

PREMAT, Julio. Héroes sin atributos. Buenos Aires: Fondo de Cultura, 2009. RODRÍGUEZ, Francisco. El género autobiográfico y la construcción del sujeto autorreferencial. Filología y Linguísica XXVI (2):9-24, 2000.

ROMERA CASTILLO, José (org.) De primera mano. Sobre la escritura autobiográfica en España (siglo XX) Madrid: Visor, 2006.

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE:  THE POETRY OF THEATRALITY  
Prof. Miguel Ángel Zamorano Siape:  1730153 Code:  LEN 853  
Term:  2016/2 Level:  MASTER’S AND DOCTORATE  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time: Tuesdays (10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)  
Title of the course: Cultural and poetic coordinates of the Baroque Theater.  
Syllabus: Syllabus: The course will be divided methodologically into two parts: 1- Thematic-cultural aspects and, 2- Poetic-structural aspects. The separate description of these two components, exemplified in a set of plays, will enable us to understand how they interact in the unitary whole of the works, conditioning understanding and critical comment. Honor, blood cleansing, marriage politics, issues of identity, decorum, division of actions, poetic justice, metrics and dialogue will be addressed in the course.  
 Pre-requisite: —-  
Bibliography:

 

ARELLANO, Ignacio (1984): “Anotación filológica de textos barrocos: El entremés de laviejamuñatones, de Quevedo”. Notas y estudios filológicos, UNED, Madrid. BARRIO, Maximiliano (200s): La sociedadenlaEspaña moderna. Actas, Madrid. BOBES NAVES, Maríadel Carmen (2010): Temas y tramas del teatro clásicoespañol. Arco/libros, Madrid.

CASA, Frank P.(2001): “El tema de laviolación sexual enla comedia”. http://www.cervantesvirtual.com/obra/el-tema-de-la-violacion-sexual-en-la-comedia GRUPOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN TC/12 (2014): RenovaciónenelSiglo de Oro, repertorio e instrumentos de investigación. Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico, Madrid, 2014.

DÍEZ BORQUE, José María (1978): Sociología de la Comedia Españoladelsiglo XVII. Cátedra, Madrid.

DOMÍNGUEZ CAPARRÓS, José (2000): Métrica Española. Síntesis, Madrid. DOMÍNGUEZ ORTIZ, Antonio (1969): Crisis y decadencia de laEspaña de losAustrias. Ariel, Madrid.

KAMEN, Henry (1993): Cambio cultural enlasociedaddelSiglo de Oro. Siglo XXI, Madrid.

MARAVALL, José Antonio (1972): Teatro y Literatura enlasociedad barroca. Hora h, Madrid.

ZAMORANO, Miguel Ángel (2016): “Dinámicas y tensionesdelsujetoenla comedia barroca: persistencia y movilidad”, ActasSelectasdelCongreso Internacional de Teatro delSiglo de Oro, New York, 2015, ed. HispanicSeminaryof Medieval Studies.

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE:  THE PROBLEMS OF LITERARY HISTORY  
Prof. Edson Rosa da Silva Siape:  6368759 Code:  LEN 844  
Term: 2016/2 Level:  MASTER’S AND DOCTORATE  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time: Tuesdays (10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.)  
Title of the course: Flaubert: Criticism and Poetics of History.  
Syllabus: A study of L’Éducation sentimentale by Gustave Flaubert as a work in which the processes of representation of history occupy a privileged place in the construction of the narrative, which is also common to other Flaubert novels. An analysis of the writer’s historical conception (in the light of Bouvard et Pécuchet) and the way in which he reorganizes and redistributes historical knowledge in his texts. The emergence of new objects of study: social forces, concrete life, mentalities and other representations. 1848: its insertion as a revolutionary date and its parallelism with facts in the novel. Factual History X Interpretation of facts. The critical dimension of this process that deconstructs the current representations of the historiography of the time by means of irony.  
 Pre-requisite: The course will be taught in Portuguese in case there are students from other areas.  
Bibliography:

 

1.      DE BISASI, Pierre-Marc. Gustave Flaubert: une manièrespéciale de vivre.

2. DUCHET, Claude. Roman et objets: l’exemple de Madame Bovary. In : GENETTE. Gérard & TODOROV, Tzetan, dir. Travail de Flaubert. Paris:Seuil, 1983 (Essais, 150), p. 11-43.

3. DUMESNIL, René. Gustave Flaubert. L’homme et l’oeuvre. Paris: 1947.

4. FLAUBERT, Gustave. L’Éducationsentimentale. Paris : Gallimard, 2005.

5. FOUCAULT, M. La bibliothèquefantastique. In: —. DEBRAY-GENETTE, R. & alii. Travail de Flaubert. Paris: Seuil, 1983. P. 103-122.

6. GAGNEBIN, J. M. História e narração em Walter Benjamin. São Paulo: Perspectiva; Campinas: Unicamp, 1994.

7. LECLERC, YVAN. La Tentation de Saint-Antoine de Flaubert :scènesinfernales. Magazine Littéraire n°356,Julho-agosto de 1997, p. 61-64.

8. MOUCHARD, Claude. La consistancedessavoirsdansBouvard et Pécuchet.In: —. DEBRAYGENETTE, R. & alii. Travail de Flaubert. Paris: Seuil, 1983. p. 167-178

9. NEEFS, Jacques. L’expositionlittérairedesreligions. In: —. DEBRAY-GENETTE, R. & alii. Travail de Flaubert. Paris: Seuil, 1983. p. 123-134.

10. OEHLER, Dolf. Le SpleenContrel’Oubli. Juin 1848. Baudelaire, Flaubert, Heine, Herzen. Trad. Guy Petitdemange). Paris: Payot, 1996.

11. OEHLER, Dolf. O Velho mundo desce aos infernos (trad. José Marcos Macedo). São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 1999.

12. OEHLER, Dolf. Quadros Parisienses: Estética Antiburguesa. 1830-1848 (trad. José Marcos Macedo e Samuel Titan Jr.). São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 1997.

13. PERRONE-MOISÉS, Leyla. A educação escritural ou o outro Flaubert. In:—. As flores da escrivaninha. São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 1990.

14. RICHARD, Jean-Pierre. La création de la forme chez Flaubert. In : —. Littérature et sensation. Paris :Seuil, 1954.

15. SÉGINGER, Gisèle Flaubert. Une éthique de l’artpur, SEDES, 2000.

16. SÉGINGER, Gisèle Flaubert. Une poétique de l’histoire, PressesUniversitaires de Strasbourg, 2000.

17. SÉGINGER, Gisèle. Naissance et métamorphoses d’unécrivain – Flaubert et LesTentations de saint Antoine. Champion, 1997.

18. SEZNEC, Jean. Lessources de l’épisodedesdieuxdanslaTentation de Saint-Antoine (première version, 1849). Thèse, 1940.

19. SEZNEC, Jean. Nouvellesétudessurla « Tentation de Saint-Antoine ». Londres :Warburg Institute,1949. 20. SUFFEL, Jacques. Préface à « Bouvard et Pécuche »t. Paris : Garnier-Flammarion, 1966.

 

 

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE: DIDACTIC TRAINING (Pedro Paulo)  
Prof.  Pedro Paulo Garcia Ferreira Catharina Siape:  2168036 Code:  LEN 710  
Term:  2016/2 Level: MA  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time: Mondays (4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.)  
Title of the course: Naturalist literature in the teaching of French Literature.  
Syllabus: The 19th century revised from the “civilization of the newspaper” approach. Studying of French and Belgian naturalist novels and narratives in French literature Programs in undergraduate courses in the area of Letters. Problematization of the circulation and publication modes of the literary text.  
 Pre-requisite: —-  
Bibliography:

 

BAGULAY, David. Le naturalisme et ses genres. Paris: Nathan, 1995.

BECKER, Colette. Imagination, invention, logique, expérience : retour sur l’esthétique zolienne. Excavatio. Edmonton, vol. XIV, nº 1-2, p. 8-15, 2001.

BECKER, Colette & DUFIEF, Anne-Simone (org.). Relecture des « petits » naturalistes. Actes du colloque des 9, 10 & 11 décembre 1999. Paris : Université Paris X, Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires sur les Textes Modernes, 2000.

BECKER, Colette et alii. Dictionnaire d’Émile Zola; sa vie, son œuvre, son époque suivi du Dictionnaire des Rougon-Macquart. Paris: Robert Laffont, 1993.

BOURDIEU, Pierre. Les règles de l’art: Genèse et structure du champlittéraire. Paris: Seuil, 1992.

CABANÈS, Jean-Louis (dir.). Les frères Goncourt : l’art et l’écriture. Bordeaux: PressesUniversitaires de Bordeaux, 1997.

CATHARINA, Pedro Paulo G. F. Revendo o naturalismo. In: MELLO, C. M. M. & CATHARINA, P. P. G. F. (org). Cenas da literatura moderna (Prefácio de DomiqueMaingueneau). Rio de Janeiro: 7Letras, 2010, p. 71-90.

CHARLE, Christophe. Le siècle de la presse (1830-1939). Paris : Seuil, 2004. KALIFA, Dominique, RÉGNIER, Philippe, THÉRENTY, Marie-Ève & VAILLANT, Alain (dir.). La civilisation du journal. Histoire culturelle et littéraire de la presse française au XIXe siècle. Paris: Nouveau monde, 2011.

MOLLIER, Jean-Yves. Une autre histoire de l’édition française. Paris : La Fabrique, 2015.

PAGÈS, Alain. Zola et le groupe de Médan ; histoire d’un cercle littéraire. Paris : Perrin, 2014.

______. La bataille littéraire ; essai sur la réception du naturalisme è l’époque de Germinal. Paris : Séguier, 1989.

THÉRENTY, Marie-Ève. La littérature au quotidien: poétiques journalistiques au XIXe siècle. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 2007.

THOREL-CAILLETEAU, Sylvie. La tentation du livre sur rien; Naturalisme et Décadence. Mont-de- Marsan: ÉditionsInteruniversitares, 1994.

VAILLANT, Alain, BERTRAND, Jean-Pierre & RÉGNIER, Philippe. Histoire de la littératurefrançaise du XIXesiècle. Paris: Nathan, 1998.

ZOLA, Émile. Do romance: Stendhal, Flaubert e os Goncourt. São Paulo: Edusp, 1995.

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE: TEACHING TRAINING (Cláudia)  
Prof.  Cláudia Luna Siape:  0365930 Code:  LEN 810  
Term:  2016/2 Level: DO  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time: Thursdays (10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.)  
Title of the course: The Hispanic-American narrative process: historiography and criticism.  
Syllabus: Historiographic approaches and teaching methodologies for Hispanic-American Literature. Narrative and critical discourse. The place and function of the literary text in Higher Education. Didactic practice and evaluation.  
 Note: Course offered to the students the Professor supervises.  
Bibliography:

 

CARVALHAL, Tania Franco, (org.). O discurso crítico na América Latina. Porto Alegre: Ed. da USININOS, 1996.

CARVALHO, Alba & HOLANDA, Francisco, (org.). Brasil e América Latina. Percursos e dilemas de uma integração. Fortaleza: UFC, 2014.

CORNEJO POLAR, Antonio.Crítica de larazón heterogénea. Textos esenciales. 2 vol. /sel. Y prol. De José AntonioMazzotti./ Lima: Fondo Editorial de Rectores, 2013. FIGUEIREDO, Eurídice, (org.). Conceitos de literatura e cultura. Juiz de Fora: UFJF, 2005.

GUARDIA, Sara Beatriz. Voces y cantos de lasmujeres. Lima: CEMHAL, 1999. JOZEF, Bella. História da literatura hispano-americana. 3. ed.Rio de Janeiro: Francisco Alves, 2005.

LUDMER, Josefina. Aqui América Latina. Uma especulação. Belo Horizonte: UFMG, 2013.

MARTIN-BARBERO, Jésus. Dos meios às mediações. Comunicação, cultura e hegemonia. 2. ed. Rio de Janeiro: UFRJ, 2003.

NOVAES, Adauto, (org.). Oito visões da América Latina. São Paulo: Senac, 2006. PACHECO, Carlos. La comarca oral.La ficcionalización de laoralidad cultural em la narrativa latinoamericana contemporânea. Caracas: Ed. La Casa de Bello, 1992. PIERONI, Vittorio, et alii, (org.). Pedagogia da alteridade. Para viajar a Cosmópolis. Brasília: LiberLivro, 2014.

PIZARRO, Ana. Hacia una historia de la literatura hispanoamericana.México: El Colégio de México, 1987.

RAMA, Angel. A cidade das letras. São Paulo: Boitempo, 2015.

REZENDE, Beatriz. A literatura latino-americana do século XXI. Rio de Janeiro: Aeroplano, 2005.

STAROBINSKI, Jean. As máscaras da civilização. São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 2001.

ZEA, Leopoldo. Discurso desde a marginalização e a barbárie seguido de A filosofia latinoamericana como filosofia pura e simplesmente. Rio de Janeiro: Garamond, 2005.

 

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE: TEACHER TRAINING (ARY)  
Prof. Ary Pimentel Siape:  1297358 Code:  LEN 810  
Term:  2016/2 Level: DO  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time:  to be scheduled with the professor in charge.  
Title of the course: Issues of Spanish-American Literature.  
Syllabus: Theories of language and learning. Teaching methodologies of Hispanic-American Literature. Reading and studying literary texts in the classroom. Cannon and contexts. A panoramic study of the Hispanic-American narrative. New trends from the 70s, 80s and 90s. Narratives of fiction, testimonials and literary journalism. The discourse of minorities. The literature of female authorship. Territory and memory. Didactic practice and evaluation.  
 Pre-requisite: —-  

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE: MASTER DISSERTATION PROJECT (SÍLVIA)  
Prof. Silvia Cárcamo Siape:  0361485 Code:  LEN 730  
Term:  2016/2 Level: MA  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time:Thursdays 7:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.  
Title of the course:  Self-fiction and writings of the self in the present.  
Syllabus:  
 Pre-requisite: —-  
Bibliography:

 

ALBERCA, Manuel. El pacto ambíguo. De la novela autobiográfica a la autoficción. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2007.

Arfuch, Leonor. El espacio biográfico. Dilemas de la subjetividad contemporánea. México, Fondo de cultura, 2007.

ANTHROPOS. La autobiografiaem la España Contemporánea. Número 125, oct. 1991. ANTHROPOS, Suplementos. La autobiografia y sus problemas teóricos. Dic. 1991. INSULA. Número 589-590

GIORNADO, Alberto. Una posibilidad de vida. Escrituras íntimas. Rosario, Beatriz Viterbo, 2006.

MARÍAS, Javier. Literatura y fantasma. Madrid: Alfaguara, 2001.

MATAMORO, Blas. Estudios sobre la novela familiar del escritor. Madrid: Síntesis, 2003.

MIRAUX, Jean-Philippe. La autobiografia. Las escrituras del yo. Buenos Aires: Nueva Visión, 2005.

POZUELO YVANCOS, José María. De la autobiografía. Teoría y estilos. Barcelona: Crítica, 2006.

RICOEUR, Paul. Tiempo y narración. Vol. I, II, III. Madrid: Siglo XXI, 1995. ROMERA CASTILLO, José. De primera mano. Sobre escritura autobiográfica en España (siglo XX). Madrid, Visor, 2006.

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE: DOCTORAL THESIS PROJECT (ANDREA)  
Prof. Andrea Lombardi Siape:  1487618 Code:  LEN 830  
Term:  2016/2 Level: DO  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time:  
Title of the course: Carlo Emilio Gadda and writing. Transgression between Expressionism, Mannerism and Vanguards.  
Syllabus:  
 Pre-requisite: —-  
Bibliography:

 

AUERBACH, Erich. Mimesis: a representação da realidade na literatura ocidental. São Paulo: Perspectiva, 2007.

ARCANGELI, Massimo. La scapigliatura poetica milanese e la poesia italiana tra otto e novecento: capitoli di lingua e di stile. Roma: Aracne, 2003.

AVALLE, D’Arco Silvio. L’analisiletteraria in Italia. Formalismo, strutturalismo, semiologia. Milano/Napoli: Ricciardi, 1970.

BAKHTIN, Mikhail. Teoria do romance I. A estilística. Trad. Paulo Bezerra. São Paulo: Editora 34, 2015.

BALDI, Guido. Narratologia e critica: teoria e esperimenti di lettura da Manzoni a Gadda. Napoli: Liguori, 2003.

BARTHES, Roland. O grau zero da escrita. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2004. ________________ A câmara clara. Lisboa: Edições 70, 2006.

BLOOM, Harold. A Angústia da Influência: Uma Teoria da Poesia. Rio de Janeiro: Imago Ed., 1991.

BORSELLINO, Nino. La tradizione del comico: letteratura e teatro da Dante a Belli. Milano: Garzanti, 1989.

CONTINI, Gianfranco. Varianti e altra linguistica. Torino: Einaudi, 1970 _________________ Esercizi di lettura sopra autori contemporanei. Torino: Einaudi, 1982.

DERRIDA, Jacques. Gramatologia. São Paulo: Perspectiva, 2011.

______________ La scrittura e la differenza. Introduzione Gianni Vattimo; trad. Gianni Pozzi. Torino: Einaudi, 1990.

______________ La farmacia di Platone. Milano: Jaca Book, 2007.

DIONISOTTI, Carlo. Geografia e storia della letteratura italiana. Torino: Einaudi, 1999.

DONNARUMMA, Raffaele. Gadda: Romanzo e pastiche. [Palermo]: Palumbo, c2001. GADDA, Emilio, La cognizione del dolore. Torino: Einaudi, 1980.

GODIOLI, Alberto. Lascemenza del mondo: riso e romanzo nel primo Gadda. Pisa: Edizioni ETF, 2011.

GUGLIELMI, Guido. La prosa italiana del Novecento: umorismo, metafisica, grottesco. Torino: Einaudi, 1986.

LAUSBERG, Heinrich. Elementos de retórica literária. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 2004.

MANGANELLI, Giorgio. Nuovo Commento. Milano: Adelhi, 1993.

MITTNER, Ladislao. L’espressionismo. Bari: Laterza, 2005.

PATRIZI, Giorgio. Gadda. Roma: Salerno, 2014.

SPITZER, Leo. Critica stilistica e semantica storica. Roma: Laterza, 1975.

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE: DOCTORATE THESIS PROJECT (Ary)  
Prof. Ary Pimentel Siape:   1297358 Code:  LEN 830  
Term:  2016/2 Level: DO  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time: Thursdays (2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.)  
Title of the course: Literature and sung word in Brazil and Mexico.  
Syllabus: Interdiscursive relations between the literary and the musical fields in Brazil and in Mexico. Processes of field autonomy achievement. Territory, networks and micro-location of identity. The evolution in scale of drug trafficking phenomena represented in literature and in the music of the two countries. Presence of the archives of the law and of the press in the sung word and in literary chronicles. Mediation and subaltern voices.  
 Pre-requisite: course to be taken by students supervised by the Professor in charge.  
Bibliography:

 

CLIFFORD, James. A experiência etnográfica: antropologia e literatura no século XX. Org. e revisão técnica de José Reginaldo Santos Gonçalves. Trad. Patrícia Farias. 3ª ed. Rio de Janeiro: Editora UFRJ, 2008.

GARRAMUÑO, Florencia. Mundos en común: ensayos sobre la inespecificidad en el arte. Buenos Aires: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2015.

HORNE, Luz. Literaturas reales: transformaciones del realismo en la narrativa latinoamericana contemporánea. Rosario: Beatriz Viterbo, 2011.

KELLNER, Douglas. A cultura da mídia. Estudos Culturais: identidade e política entre o moderno e o pós-moderno. Trad. Ivone Castilho Benedetti. Bauru, SP: EDUSC, 2001. LUDMER, Josefina. Aqui América Latina: uma especulação. Trad. Rômulo Monte Alto. Belo Horizonte: Editora UFMG, 2013.

MARTÍN-BARBERO, Jesús. De los medios a las mediaciones: comunicación, cultura y hegemonía. 2ª ed. México, D.F.: Editorial Gustavo Gili, 1991.

PENNA, João Camillo, PATROCÍNIO, Paulo Roberto Tonani do, FARIA, Alexandre, orgs. Modos da margem: Figurações do da marginalidade na literatura brasileira. Rio de Janeiro: Aeroplano, 2015.

SPIVAK, GayatriChakravorty. Pode o subalterno falar? Trad. Sandra Regina Goulart Almeida et al. Belo Horizonte: Editora UFMG, 2010.

TAYLOR, Diana, FUENTES, Marcela. Estudios avanzados de performance. México: FCE, Instituto Hemisférico de Performance y Política, 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
COURSE:  Doctoral Thesis Project
Prof. Fabiano Dalla Bona Siape:  1287723 Code:  LEN 830
Term:  2016/2 Level: DO
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies
Time: Fridays (2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
Title of the course:  Translation of the audiovisual in an intercultural perspective
Syllabus: Definition and justification of the thesis. Establishing the object of study and problem. Elaboration of hypotheses. Determination of objectives, theoretical line and methodological proposal. Bibliographic survey. Establishment of a final schedule. Writing chapters. Presentation of results.
Bibliography:

 

Manual de Elaboração de Teses e Dissertações da UFRJ, editado pelo SIBI, que serve como fonte de referência e consulta para os trabalhos baseados nas normas da ABNT. Disponível http://www.sibi.ufrj.br/documentos/manual-teses-dissertacoes.pdf.

BAKER, Mona. In Other Words. Londres/Nova York: Routledge, 1992.

BERMAN, Antoine. Translation and the trials of the foreign. In: Venuti, Lawrence (org.) The translation studies reader. Londres/New York: Routledge, p. 276-289, 2002 [trad. Venuti, L.]

BRICCO E., et al. La sottotitolazione come pratica didattica: uno strumento efficace per gli studenti francesisti del corso di laurea magistrale in traduzione e interpretariato. In: Subtitling and Intercultural Communication, 2014.

CRONIN, Michael. Translation and Identity. . Londres/Nova York: Routledge, 2006. CRONIN, Michael. Translation goes to the movies. . Londres/Nova York: Routledge, 2009.

DURO, Miguel. (org.) La Traducción para el Doblaje y la Subtitulación. Madrid: Cátedra, 2001.

DÍAZ CINTAS, Jorge. La Traducción Audiovisual. El Subtitulado. Salamanca: Almar, 2001.

MARTINS, Marcia A. P. (org.) Tradução e multidisciplinaridade. Rio de Janeiro: PucRio/Lucerna, 1999.

MILTON, John; Bandia, Paul. Agents of translation and Translation studies. In: __________ (orgs.) Agents of Translation. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp.1-18, 2009.

PYM, Anthony. Localization. In: ___________ Exploring Translation Theories. Londres/Nova York: Routledge, 2010.

PYM, Anthony. Redefinindo competência tradutória. Cadernos de Tradução 23, p. 9-40, 2008.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POST-GRADUATION PROGRAM IN NEO-LATIN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES  
COURSE:  Master Dissertation Seminar / Doctoral Thesis Seminar  
Prof.

Consuelo Alfaro

Sonia Cristina Reis

Siape:

0361321

2168043

Code:

LEN 850

LEN 750

 
Term:  2016/2 Level:  MASTER’S AND DOCTORATE  
Area of Study: Literary Neo-Latin Studies  
Time: Wednesdays, 2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.  
Title of the course:  Master’s Dissertation Seminar / Doctoral Thesis Seminar  
Syllabus: Elaboration and justification of a Research Project in the Sciences of the Language (Literary Studies and Linguistic Studies). Construction of an original thesis with a specific methodological proposal. Reflection on the researcher’s place in the field of knowledge.  
 Note: The Master student must take this course in his second term.  

 

 

 

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