Abstract: This paper shows an intersectional and emancipatory approach for the intercultural pedagogy and focuses on two social groups sharing the same condition of social exclusion and linguistic marginalization: the deaf and the migrants. This theoretical comparison allows to deepen plurilingual education at school, emphasizing its intercultural value.
Abstract: In the first part of this paper I briefly present the life and work of multilingual poet Amelia Rosselli (1930-1996). I then focus on – often multilingual – lexical fusions and distortions in Rosselli’s texts, questioning Pasolini’s interpretation based on the notion of Freudian slip. After a detailed analysis of a poem and a range of textual examples, and with the aid of hermeneutical tools borrowed from the philosophy of language, I claim that Rosselli’s poetry aims on the one hand at mirroring reality, and on the other at making textual experience potentially infinite, thus engaging the reader in a never-ending interpretation.