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Children’s Literature in Italy - A space dedicated to Italian and international research on children’s literature and culture

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The DigLit project would like to introduce the "Children's Literature in Italy" project, led by Prof. Laura Tosi at the Ca' Foscari University of Venice. Find more information at https://pric.unive.it/projects/childrens-literature-in-italy/home

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Children’s Literature in Italy is a project that stems from the wish of the community of Italian scholars working on children’s literature and culture to share their work with the international academic and non-academic public.

Our mission

We aim to promote the work of scholars at all career stages, and from a wide range of disciplines and cultural backgrounds; disseminate knowledge about children's literature and culture among the academic and the wider public; and create a space where people with an academic, professional, or personal interest in children’s literature and culture can gather information and engage with the latest debates in this area.

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Andreas Schuch

Andreas Schuch is a PhD student and project assistant at the University of Graz. He also teaches English and Computer Science, regularly holds teacher training courses at the College of Education Styria and helps implement the latest directives of the Ministry of Education. As co-founder of the research group Narrative Didactics, he studies and disseminates innovative approaches and methods that use stories, narrative practices and digital technologies to facilitate learning and teaching processes in education.