PS210 - What do we mean by Post-digital, Post-typography and Electracy? Literacy, Remediation and Art in the Literature Class
- Ciclo: 2019
- Nivel: Primary / Secondary
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Confirmado
- Lugar: ESSARP
- Capacitador/es: María Florencia Borrello
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Capacitador/esMaría Florencia Borrello
María Florencia Borrello holds an MLitt/MA in Communication, Cultural Studies, Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages from the Universities of Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Saint Andrews (Scotland), and Bergamo (Italy). She is also a graduate English teacher from the I.E.S.L.V. “Juan Ramón Fernández”, and holds a postgraduate diploma in English Literature and Linguistics from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Ciclo de Licenciatura en Inglés). She has extensive experience as an EFL and ESP teacher at the University of Buenos Aires, School of Engineering, as an in-company trainer and as a workshop facilitator for professional development. She has also taught at both private and state schools, at various language institutes and has worked as a Spanish Teaching Assistant and Cultural Ambassador at Hiram College (USA). She has further specialized in Literature at the I.E.S.L.V. “Juan Ramón Fernández” and her main research interests lie in the fields of Postmodern Alter(ed)native Texts, Derridian Deconstruction and the Digital Humanities.
Language and Literature teachers willing to integrate innovative texts, new media and visual literacies in their daily teaching
The purpose of this course is to acquaint participants with different types of new writing and literary experimentalism. To this end, we will explore textual adaptation, remediation and digital technologies to account for the “mediamorphosis” of literature in current times. This will, in turn, foster discussion among participants on their response to different textual forms and the role of popular participatory cultures.
- General overview and characteristics of textual adaptation and remediation.
- Discussion of new forms of literacy, literary (re)production and participatory cultures.
- Discussion of different types of new writing and different (post)texts.
Presentation and discussion of textual adaptation and remediation. Exploration of some examples of new writing and different (post)texts. Guided group reflection and exchange of ideas on the main issues raised by the texts under analysis.
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