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Current Postgraduate Students

Name

College

Research Topic

Supervisor

Erica Bellia

Selwyn

Between Literature and Industry. Representations of the intellectual from Metello to Petrolio

Prof Robert Gordon

Kim Groothuis

Christ's

Finiteness in Romance

Prof Adam Ledgeway

Mara Josi

Caius

16th October 1943: literature, history and memory

Prof Robert Gordon

Serena Laiena

Clare

Giovan Battista Andreini (1576-1654) on Stage: Between Language and Intertextuality

Dr Helena Sanson

Nicole Maniero

Pembroke

Objects and Object Fetishism in Italian Short Stories, 1930 – 1959

Dr Pierpaolo Antonello

Valentina Mele

Selwyn

Guido Cavalcanti, Rime. A study on textual subjectivity.

Dr Heather Webb

Ryan Pepin

Pembroke

Dante, Liturgy, Lyric, and Performance

Dr Heather Webb

Eleonora Serra

Pembroke

Linguistic prestige in early modern Italy

Dr Helena Sanson

Anna Wagner

Selwyn

Margherita Costa: A 'Virtuosa' on the Literary Stage of the Seicento

Dr Helena Sanson

Alessia Carrai

Selwyn

Uncovering classical mythology in Dante's Earthly Paradise

Dr Heather Webb

Aistė Kiltinavičiūtė

Selwyn

Quanto natura a sentir ti dispuose’: Dante and the Senses of Personhood 

Dr Heather Webb

Michele Maiolani

Selwyn

Cultural Apocalypses and the End of the Western World in Italian 'Hypermodern' Fiction

Prof Robert Gordon

Elena Emma Sottilotta

St Catharine's

Femininity, Storytelling and Insular identity: A Comparative Study of European Women Writers' Folkloric Imagination (1870-1920)

Dr Helena Sanson

Ester Gurnari Clare​ Mphil - Leonardo Sciascia between ethics and aesthetics Prof Robert Gordon
Kate Apley Trinity  MPhil  
Isabel Maloney Magdalene MPhil  
Peri Mirza Lucy Cavendish MPhil  
Alexander Raszpla St Johns MPhil  

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Research Events - Lent Term 2019

1 January 2019

Research Events in Italian Studies The Italian Section are pleased to present the Lent Term 2019 programme of events which can be found here .

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