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Annali di Ca’ Foscari Serie orientale. Vol. 59 – Giugno 2023

Annali di Ca’ Foscari Serie orientale. Vol. 59 – Giugno 2023




Zaynab al-Ghazālī al-Ǧabīlī, a Female Activist and Writer in Favour of the Islamic Cause
From the Formative Years to Her Imprisonment Under the Regime of ʿAbd al-Nāṣir (1917-65)
Maria Cristina Paciello

À l’encontre de la collectivité et de la dictature: la révolution de l’individu dans Kuhūf Hāydrāhūdāhūs de Salīm Barakāt
Greta Sala

Travelling Across Cultures: Some Aspects of the Safavid Envoy’ Travels to Venice
Ahmad Guliyev

Sulla ‘finestra’ osseta
Paolo Ognibene

Un’analisi del riutilizzo delle epigrafi urartee in epoca medievale nell’Altopiano Armeno
Roberto Dan, Onofrio Gasparro, Artur Petrosyan, Boris Gasparyan

Colour as a Socio-Cultural Multi-layered Sign in the ‘Nausicaa’ Episode in J. Joyce’s Ulysses
and Its Translation into Armenian
Diana Hambardzumyan

Note su ‘Ḏulfaqār dell’Intelletto’ e il manicheismo islamizzante
Andrea Piras

Non solo ravī. Le altre lettere della rima nel Muʿǧam fī maʿāyīr ašʿār al-ʿaǧam di Šams al-Dīn Muḥammad b. Qays al-Rāzī
Alessia Dal Bianco

Le culte de l’imām Ḥusayn chez les Khojas d’Asie du Sud dans la deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle
Zahir Bhalloo

Presence, Power, and Agency: Donor Portraits in Early Gandharan Art
Moizza S. Elahi

Prima della rivoluzione
Tradizione e modernità in due novelle di Bao Tianxiao, «Qie ming bo» 妾命薄 e «Yi lü ma» 一縷麻
Daniele Beltrame

The Dialectics of Hope and Despair
Twisting the Biblical Message in Lu Xun’s “Medicine”
Mario De Grandis

«Raccogliendo la veccia» di Lu Xun
Rinarrare la Storia, fra oralità e scrittura
Gaia Perini

Poetry and Labour(s): Chinese Workers’ Poetry from the Cultural Revolution to the 21st Century
Matteo Garbelli

Elena Ferrante in China
Analysis of the Translation of Cultural References in the First Volume of My Brilliant Friend
Francesca Restucci

Poetics of Propensity in Sinophone Fiction
An Analysis of Lai Hsiang-yin and Lee Wai Yi’s Ghost Narrative
Di-kai Chao, Riccardo Moratto

Xiaolu Guo’s A Lover’s Discourse: Analysis of the Influence of Roland Barthes
Elisabetta Giuliano

Unveiling the Language of Ideology in China’s Environmental Planning
Pilot Ecolinguistic Analysis of an Environmental Impact Assessment
Daniele Brombal, Pui Yiu Szeto, Sergio Conti

Two Layers’ on New Women in Colonial Korea: the Case of Ch’oe Yŏngsuk (1905-32)
Hyojin Lee

Navigating Through Kofun Imagery
An Analysis of the Boat Depictions Found in Decorated Tombs in Northern Kyūshū
Claudia Zancan

Japanese Context of the ‘Good Manners’ of the Legates of the Tensho Embassy in Italy (1585):
The Buke Kojitsu, the Ise, and Kyūshū
Takuya Shimada

Morphosyntactic Changes and Sociolinguistic Variation in the Language of kyōgen
A Corpus-Based Analysis of Toraakirabon (1642)
Giuseppe Pappalardo

The Japanese Pithecanthropus
Takao Suzuki’s Model of Conceptual Combination Through kun-Glossing
Simone dalla Chiesa

Memories of Extinction and Human Subjectivity
Challenging the Human-Nonhuman Divide Through Technology in Kawakami Hiromi’s
Ōkina torini sarawarenaiyō
Giulia Baquè

Le religioni asiatiche secondo gli adolescenti italiani
Contesto, analisi e riflessioni su una tendenza verso il ‘regime di Mercato Globale’
Giovanni Lapis

Representing Bodies and Identities in Global Exhibitions
The Case of Female Photography in the Japanese Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale
Federica Cavazzuti


Élise Franssen
Authors as Readers in the Mamlūk Period and Beyond
Ingrid Austveg Evans

Patrick Olivelle
Vacanamālā. A Sub-Commentary on Viśvarūpa’s Commentary Bālakrīḍā on the Yājñavalkya Dharmaśāstra
Alessandro Giudice

Antonella Riem Natale
Coleridge and Hinduism: The Unstruck Sound
Stefano Beggiora

Michinori Shimoji
An Introduction to Japonic Languages. Grammatical Sketches of Japanese Dialects and Ryukyuan Languages
Giuseppe Pappalardo


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• Archaeology • Nausicaa episode • Japanese photography • Sociology of literature • Persian poetry • Persian language • Christianity in Chinese literature • Syrian novel • Kanji • Lai Hsiang-yin • Religious change • Sima Qian • Armenian church • Impact assessment • Portrait • Women photographers • Conceptual combination • Fragments d’un discours amoureux • Appositive compounds • Manners • Islamic movements • Ceremony • Donors • Egypt • Ᾱghā khān • Korean New Women • Yi lü ma • Education • Independence movement • Rewriting history • Women artists • Migrant workers’ poetry • Contemporary Arabic literature • Ise • Khachkar • Ossetic • Individuality • Materiality • Memories • Workers’ poetry • Sixteenth century • Contemporary Chinese literature • Marsiya • Poetics of ‘propensity’ • Environment • Buke Kojitsu • Venice • Mandarin Ducks and butterflies • Xiaolu Guo • Indo-European Languages • Salim Barakat • British colonial rule • Elite women in Modern Korea • Hope and despair • Kakari-musubi • Binomens • Kyūshū • Adolescents • Kyōgen • Gushi Xinbian • Safavid-Venetian relations • Signified • Ghost narrative • Spolia • Devotional literature • Muslim Brotherhood • Qie ming bo • Politics • Labour • Identity • Women • International student • Lee Wai Yi • Khojas • Window • Urartian inscriptions • Lu Xun • Yanagi Miwa • Posthuman existences • Islamicate Manichaeism • Translation analysis • Chinese literature • Literary translation • Ishiuchi Miyako • Neoliberalism and Consumerism • Diplomatic history • Ecolinguistics • Japanese archaeology • Jesus in Chinese literature • Neoclassical compounds • Collective sphere • Early new Persian • Armenian translation • Buddhism • Colour as a sign • Dystopian novel • Colonial Korea • Political Islam • Ideology • Colonial subject • Early modern travel • Translation strategies • Art • Šams-i Qays • Kawakami Hiromi • Onomasiological approach • Eastern Iranian Languages • Etymology • James Joyce • Japanese case particles • Rhyme • Venice Art Biennale • Intertextuality • Ḥurūf-i qāfiya • Signifier • Short story “Medicine” • Nasserism • Sinophone literature • Manichaean texts • Japan • A Lover’s Discourse • History of photography • Medieval reuses • Protohistoric art • Takao Suzuki • Roland Barthes • Decorated tombs • Manichaean alphabet • Sociolinguistic variation • Japanese compounds • Asian religions in Italy • Christianisation processes • Ritual • Zaynab al-Ghazālī al-Ǧabīlī • Kofun Period • Ulysses • Chinese • Late Middle Japanese • Gandhara • Intercultural communication • Republican Era literature • Compounding • Japanese female photography • Safavid envoys • Socio-cultural signs • Ernst Haeckel • Cultural references • Toraakirabon • Bao Tianxiao • Boat symbolism • Cai Wei • Literature and poetical imagery • Gendered language • Tensho embassy • Ch’oe Yŏngsuk (Choi Young-Sook) • Jesuit • Dictatorship • Imām Ḥusayn • Elena Ferrante in China • Technology

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