This mapping of a vast territory starts to highlight the traits some literary phenomena have in common, but also how they differ: this operation might become a transnational tool for exploring how we should think of nations and nationalism and of which aspects a culture is composed.
Contributors to the volume: Dominique Goy-Blanquet, Nick Havely. Vincenzo Orioles, Enrico Terrinoni, Michael Wyatt and, with various roles in the Pisa University Research Group on ‘Transnational dislocations’, Marco Battaglia, Paolo Bugliani, Nicoletta Caputo, Giovanni Carlotti, Carla Dente, Enrico Di Pastena, Francesca Fedi, Roberta Ferrari, Sylvia Greenup, Angelo Monaco, Beatrice Montorfano, Filippo Motta, Andrea Nuti, Silvia Riccardi, Francesco Rossi, Anita Simonini, Sara Soncini.
Biografia degli autori
Carla DenteCarla Dente is professor of English Literature at the University of Pisa, where she has also held the chair of History of English Theatre and Drama for many academic terms. She has been one the founders and the fi rst President of IASEMS – Italian Association of Shakespearean and Early Modern Studies. Her research interests mainly focus on early modern theatre and culture, with occasional incursions into the theatrical history of other periods (especially contemporary theatre) and into other literary genres, especially fi ction (Iris Murdoch and Patrick White). Shakespearian theatre and its reception have been the subject of many recent volumes, such as Dibattito sul teatro (ETS 2006); Crossing Time and
Space. Translations in present-day Europe (PLUS 2008), edited with Sara Soncini, Shakespeare and Confl ict. A European Perspective (Palgrave 2013), with Soncini again, and Off stage and Onstage Liminal Forms of Theatre and Their Enactments in Early Modern English Drama to the Licensing Act, with Jesús Tronch (ETS 2015). She has published extensively on Shakespearian plays (MV, CoE, Ham.) often following Law and Lit. perspectives and sometimes focusing on their Italian reception (Pirandello and Camilleri).