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Lug 25 2016

Laurea Magistrale in Lingue, Culture e Comunicazione per il Turismo Montano

Apre la Laurea Magistrale dell'Università della Valle d'Aosta

La Laurea Magistrale in Lingue, Culture e Comunicazione per il Turismo Montano (LTM) forma competenze professionali in grado di valorizzare e promuovere il turismo in ambiente montano cercando di dare il giusto peso alla collocazione geografica, storica, culturale ed economica che pongono in genere la montagna al confine ideale fra luogo di accoglienza e campo di sfida ludico, sportivo e naturalistico.

Il percorso nasce dalla consapevolezza che progettare, promuovere e innovare le pratiche d'uso del turismo in area montana impone la conoscenza delle condizioni storico-artistiche, linguistiche, economico-sociali e culturali che caratterizzano il territorio. Comprendere il territorio montano, ricco di particolari attitudini e prerogative, capire a fondo la valorizzazione di senso che i luoghi di montagna possono offrire, essere capaci di promuovere con un linguaggio e mezzi adeguati l'offerta turistica, lavorare nel turismo suscita al contempo immedesimazione e creatività.

Il curriculum si propone di formare giovani e operatori che sappiano essere protagonisti nelle seguenti sfere professionali:

  • progettazione dell'offerta turistica;
  • comunicazione del turismo;
  • marketing del turismo;
  • scrittura professionale (traduzione e redazione di testi turistici);
  • consulenza linguistica nei settori del giornalismo e della comunicazione turistica.

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Apr 07 2015

Risolto il mistero dei sonetti di Shakespeare?

Dal Guardian la rivelazione dell'identità del dedicatario

Some of the finest, most quoted verses in the English language were dedicated to him, and for centuries literary scholars have tried to Shakespeare sonnets Alberto Sangorski edition 1926establish his identity. Now fresh research suggests that the mysterious Mr WH, to whom Shakespeare’s sonnets were dedicated, was not, as had been thought, a contemporary English nobleman, but a recently deceased associate of the Sonnets’ publisher, Thomas Thorpe, which would explain the dedication’s strangely funereal form. Geoffrey Caveney, an American researcher, has unearthed possible evidence to link the initials with William Holme, who had both personal and professional connections to Thorpe. Both came from prominent Chester families, were publishing apprentices in 1580s London and had strong connections with theatres through publishing major playwrights such as Ben Jonson and George Chapman.

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Dic 20 2014

An Elizabethan Christmas

From The Elizabethan People by Henry Thew Stephenson. New York: H. Holt & Co.

Of all the year no period was looked forward to with an interest like that inspired by the approach of Christmas and the following days. The principal characteristic of the Yule-tide sports was general hospitality and the closely related unbinding of social ties. It was the one time of the year when there was practically no distinction of class, when lord, lady, and rustic met in the same hall, played the same games, and romped without stint as if they were social equals. The proper period for the Yule-tide sports was from Christmas Eve to Twelfth Day; but, especially among the lower classes, this period was extended in both directions.

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It was customary during this period to decorate the halls, houses, etc., with bay, laurel, ivy, and holly leaves, decorations which were kept in place to the end of the period of celebration. An allusion in Stow's Survey of London to this habit contains also an allusion to the extension of the period of celebration by the common people. "Against the feast of Christmas," he says, "every man's house, as also their parish churches, were decked with holm, ivy, bays, and whatsoever the season of the year afforded to be green. The conduits and the standards in the streets were likewise garnished. Amongst which I read, that in the year 1444, by tempest of thunder and lightning, on the first of February at night, Paul's steeple was fired, but with great labour quenched, and towards the morning of Candlemas day, at the Leadenhall in Comhill, a standard of tree, being set up in the pavement fast in the ground, nailed full of holm and ivy, for disport of Christmas to the people, etc."

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