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HISTORY OF THE GREEK THEATRE
STORIA DEL TEATRO GRECO

Reading of the Bacchae of Euripides
Lettura delle Baccanti di Euripide

A.Y. Credits
2016/2017 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Liana Lomiento Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, immediately after class
Teaching in foreign languages
Course with optional materials in a foreign language English
This course is entirely taught in Italian. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Communication Sciences (L-20)
Curriculum: INFORMAZIONE, SPETTACOLO E NEW MEDIA
Giorno Orario Aula

Learning Objectives

Through the reading of Euripides’ Bacchae, the course intends to introduce to the understanding of a Greek tragic text in terms of its historical and literary profile and of its dynamics on the scene.

Simultaneously, the student will acquire essential information on the structural aspects of the ancient theatre (actor, choir, material organization of the festival, agonal occasion, stage space, public) and on the transmission of dramatic texts from the "first" performance up to us.

Program

The course will focus on reading and comments of Euripides’ Bacchae.

After a general introduction to the attic Theatre and the figure and work of Euripides, the Bacchae will be read in the original language, it will be translated and commented from a text-critical point of view, and in relation to the plot and the scenic aspects.

Bridging Courses

A preliminary knowledge of ancient Greek is not required.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

The student will be guided to an essential knowledge of Classical Greek theatre, and to the ability to independently read a classical theatrical text with the complexity it presents.

The student will be guided to an essential knowledge of Classical Greek theatre, and to the ability to independently read a classical theatrical text with the complexity it presents.

From the point of view of the information obtained, the student will acquire an in-depth knowledge of issues relating to the transmission of the text, its performance and representation on the stage, the treatment of the plot in relation to the mythographical tradition.

More generally, the process of analytical reading of the chosen text will have important consequences on the student's ability to deal proficiently with rigorous reading of every kind of source (literary, historiographical, etc.), and to develop analytical skills of close reading, synthesis and critical thinking on the data and sources.

From the educational point of view, the students will deepen their awareness of specific methodological aspects characterizing literary research and, in particular, their theatrical and aesthetic sensitivity to the formal aspects of the poetic and rhetorical and, namely, theatrical discourse.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

The course will be complemented by seminars and conferences methodologically relevant to the training and to matters relating to methods and themes concerning ancient Greek Theatre.


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Front Lessons.

Attendance

The constant presence in the course is strongly recommended.

For the exam, the student is required:

1. the full reading of Euripides’ Bacchae;

2. the general knowledge of the History of Greek Theatre (authors, works, religious and ritual aspects, material aspects);

3. reading of Euripides’ Orestes and Heracles Furens.

Course books

For the general study of the history of the Greek theatre the student can consult a handbook of Greek literature, with particular attention to the chapters dealing with authors and works of the tragic and comic theater of the Classical and Hellenistic periods.

For materials and context it is recommended to consult the essay by

Pickard-Cambridge, The dramatic festivals at Athens, trans. en. Florence, New Italy, 1996.

A recent study on this tragedy in

David Stuttard, Looking at Bacchae, Bloomsbury, London-New York 2016.

The edition used for reading the Euripides’ Bacchae is

Euripide. Baccanti, a cura di Vincenzo Di Benedetto, BUR, Milano 2004 (2013).

Further bibliographical references will be given during the lessons.

For the reading or Euripides’ Orestes and Heracles Furens, it can be used any bilingual edition.

Assessment

The assessment will be through individual interview based on reference texts for consideration, aimed at valutarein what extent and quality of the student has learned the content and is able to rework them and reflect on them

Evaluations will be sized as follows:

assessments of excellence: the student has good critical skills and in-depth; He knows how to link the main issues addressed during; makes use of appropriate language with respect to the specificity of the discipline.

discrete assessments: the student has a mnemonic knowledge of the contents; decent critical and knows establish relationships between the topics covered: makes use of appropriate language.

sufficient assessment: the student has minimal knowledge on the subject of the course themes, with some information deficiencies; It makes use of a slightly appropriate language.

negative evaluations, the student turns with difficulty on the issues addressed in class; has obvious information deficiencies; makes use of of an inappropriate language.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

There are no teaching methods in e-learning.

Attendance

For the examination, the student is required:

1. the full reading of Euripides’ Bacchae;

2. the general knowledge of the History of Greek theatre (authors, works, religious and ritual aspects, material aspects);

3. reading of Euripides’ Orestes and Heracles Furens.

Course books

For the general study of the history of the Greek theatre the student can onsult a Greek literature handbook, with particular attention to the parties dealing with authors and works of the tragic and comic theater of the Classical and Hellenistic.

For materials and context it is recommended to consult the essay by

 A. Pickard-Cambridge, The dramatic festivals at Athens, trans. en. Florence, New Italy, 1996.

A recent study on this tragedy in

David Stuttard, Looking at Bacchae, Bloomsbury, London-New York 2016.

The edition used for reading the Euripides’ Bacchae is

Euripide. Baccanti, a cura di Vincenzo Di Benedetto, BUR, Milano 2004 (2013).

Further references will be given during the lessons.

For the reading or Euripides’ Orestes and Heracles Furens, it can be used any bilingual edition.

Further readings will be given by the teacher to the not attending student, who should contact the teacher for this purpose at least two months before the exam. 

Assessment

The assessment will be through individual interview based on reference texts for consideration, aimed at valutarein what extent and quality of the student has learned the content and is able to rework them and reflect on them

Evaluations will be sized as follows:

assessments of excellence: the student has good critical skills and in-depth; He knows how to link the main issues addressed during; makes use of appropriate language with respect to the specificity of the discipline.

discrete assessments: the student has a mnemonic knowledge of the contents; decent critical and knows establish relationships between the topics covered: makes use of appropriate language.

sufficient assessment: the student has minimal knowledge on the subject of the course themes, with some information deficiencies; It makes use of a slightly appropriate language.

negative evaluations, the student turns with difficulty on the issues addressed in class; has obvious information deficiencies; makes use of of an inappropriate language.

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