Offerta formativa erogata A.A. 2020/2021


9 / December 3.30 pm
Patrick Zabalbeascoa (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
The Importance of Not Being Earnest, or how to approach humour translation
17 / December 10.00 am
Giorgio Mariani (Sapienza Università di Roma)
Donatella Izzo (Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale)
Pre-Critique, Critique, Post-Critique
21 / January 4.00 pm
Emma Smith (Hertford College, University of Oxford)
 Shakespeare’s Serial Histories?
27 / January  4.00 pm
Jonathan Culpeper (Lancaster University) Myths about the English language: From
dropping letters to Shakespeare's neologisms
11 / February 4.00 pm
Flavio Gregori (Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia)
Sterne’s good vibrations
17 / February 4.00 pm
Marco Petrelli (Università di Bologna – Università di Torino)
The Literature of the Southern United States in Context
18 / February 4.00 pm
Pascale Sardin (Université Bordeaux-Montaigne)
Researching translators’ archives: Barbara Bray (1924-2010) and Barbara Wright (1915-2009) as ‘passeuses’ of French avant-garde literature into English
25 / February 10.00 am
Hugo Bowles (Università di Foggia)
Dickens, Style and 19th Century Shorthand
10 / March 4.00 pm
Diego Saglia (Università degli Studi di Parma)
Between Geo- and Eco-Criticism: Reading Romantic Environments
17 / March 4.00 pm
John Bryant (Hofstra University)
The Fluid Text: The Case of Herman Melville’s Typee
18 / March 10.00 am
Federica Perazzini (Sapienza Università di Roma)
Digital Literary Studies: from DH to Computational Criticism
24 / March 4.00 pm
Silvia Bernardini (Università di Bologna)
How to Use Corpora for Translation
31 / March 4.00 pm
Irene Ranzato (Sapienza Università di Roma)
Dialects in Hardy’s novels and afterlives
15 / April 10.00 am
Luc Herman (University of Antwerp)
Storyworld Possible Selves and Fictionality: The Case of A Million Little Pieces (2003) by James Frey
21 / April 4.00 pm
Oleg Sobchuk (Max Planck Institute)
On Literary Evolution
28 / April 4.00 pm
Serena Guarracino (Università degli Studi dell’Aquila)
The corpus in performance: gender theory, literature and the body (listening to Kate Tempest)
29 / April 3.30 pm
Mel Evans (University of Leicester)
Hearing/Seeing Elizabeth: Playwrights’s and Public Experiences of Royal Language and Authenticity in the Late Sixteenth Century
12 / May 4.00 pm
Andrea Binelli (Università di Trento)
Translating a honest Englishman in Burma. Orwell and Burmese Days
13 / May 10.00 am
Saverio Tomaiuolo (Università di Cassino)
Translation and Adaptation [tentative]
19 / May 4.00 pm
Paolo Simonetti (Sapienza Università di Roma)
The Self in/and History: (Auto)Fiction and (Post)Memory in Contemporary US Literature
Visiting Professors
March / April
Florian Mussgnug (University College London)
World Literature and the Climate Crisis
Frederic Chaume Varela (Universitat Jaume I)
Audiovisual Translation

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