Sperimentazioni narrative e nuovi filoni di riflessione circa la quarantena e l’epidemia

Michele Filippo Fontefrancesco

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Il contributo riflette sui contributi “Costretti fra le mura di casa mentre fuori c’è il sole” e “Una telefonata inattesa” di Giuseppe Licari ripensando agli strumenti metodologici della scrittura utilizzabili per dar senso all’esperienza del quotidiano e alla nostra conoscenza della malattia che scandiscono la quotidiana della quarantena.


Narrative experiments and new lines of reflection on quarantine and the epidemic

The paper reflects on the pages of the Diary written by Giuseppe Licari. In so doing, it discusses the methodological tools we can use in order to depict the quotidian experience of the quarantine and our knowledge of the sickness.


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Covid-19, etnografia, dialogo, autobiografia, metodologia. Covid-19, ethnography, dialogue, autobiography, methodology.

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