ABSTRACT. The present contribution addresses the complex interaction between creative and affective responses to the COVID-19 crises in higher educational practices. Looking authoethnographically at my teaching practice, I diffract my reading by means of an Italian novel, the plot of which occurs during an historical epidemic. I end up formulating questions about the relationship between creativity, technology and affects in the post-pandemic university. How universities decide to use the knowledge that they have gained during the COVID-19 disruption of academic life remains to be discovered. pp. 42–47

Keywords: COVID-19; plague; Manzoni; teaching online; creativity


Tatiana Chemi
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Aalborg University, Denmark

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