Uno dei progetti selezionati è quello di Riccardo Raimondo, studioso di letteratura moderne e comparate e già precedentemente MSCA Global Fellow presso l’Università di Oslo e di Montreal, vincitore di una European fellowship per il progetto MYS-SPEAKED – Mystical Emotions and the Limits of Language in Contemporary English, French, and Italian Literatures. La ricerca sarà condotta tra Ca’ Foscari, sotto la guida del prof. Alessandro Scarsella e della prof.ssa Roberta Dreon, e l’Università di Ottawa.
/ a project by
Fanny Arama, Grégory Jouanneau-Damance, and Riccardo Raimondo
/ with the kind support of
Jean-François Cottier (Université Paris Cité)
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement no. 101059916.
This project has received funding and support from the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, University of Ottawa, Université Paris Cité, USPC (Université Sorbonne Paris Cité), and the CERILAC (Centre d’Études et de Recherches Interdisciplinaires de l’UFR Lettres, Arts, Cinéma, URP 441).
The originality of this project consists in its foundational oxymoron: investigating the connections between experience and language in the specific case of mystical literature, a literary genre dealing with the Unspeakable itself. The in-communicability of the mystical experience is a fruitful research field for developing new frameworks in the areas of comparative literature, religious studies, philosophy of emotions, philosophy of language, and theory of sensibility.