Pasolini, or in praise of social deviance


A series of university lessons collected in book form. Not by the professor, but by his students, first and foremost Veronica Ronchi. This is how Modernizzazione senza sviluppo – Il capitalismo secondo Pasolini by Giulio Sapelli, professor of History of Economics, came about. In this interview, Sapelli describes how his passion for the Friulian poet was born and offers a different interpretation of him, one very distant from tradition.

A series of university lessons collected in book form. Not by the professor, but by his students, first and foremost Veronica Ronchi. This is how Modernizzazione senza sviluppo – Il capitalismo secondo Pasolini by Giulio Sapelli, professor of History of Economics, came about. In this interview, Sapelli describes how his passion for the Friulian poet was born and offers a different interpretation of him, one very distant from tradition.

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