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Name College Research Topic Supervisor
Daniele Pio Buenza Fitzwilliam Fabrizio De André and Postmodern Impegno Dr Pierpaolo Antonello
Erica Bellia Selwyn Between Literature and Industry. Representations of the intellectual from Metello to Petrolio Prof Robert Gordon
Valentina Colasanti St John's Comparative morpho-syntax of the (Italo-)Romance varieties Prof Adam Ledgeway
Sara Delmedico Clare Women and their legal status in nineteenth-century Italy Dr Helena Sanson
Manuela Di Franco Sidney Sussex American culture and the development of mass press in Fascist Italy 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 The Mythopoetic Power of Fetishism Dr Pierpaolo Antonello
Valentina Mele Selwyn Guido Cavalcanti's dialogical subjectivity Dr Heather Webb
Nicolò Morelli Pembroke Animal imagery in Petrarch’s poetry and in that of his models Dr Heather Webb
Amelia Papworth Fitzwilliam The lyric poetry of Laura Terracina Dr Abigail Brundin
Ryan Pepin Pembroke Dante, Liturgy, Lyric, and Performance Dr Heather Webb
Elena Pinnen Pembroke Medicine and psychoanalysis in the work of Valerio Magrelli Dr Pierpaolo Antonello
Katherine Powlesland Pembroke Dante's "Commedia": towards Interactivity in 'Paradiso', with particular reference to Dante with digital narrative theory Dr Heather Webb
Eleonora Serra Pembroke Linguistic prestige in early modern Italy Dr Helena Sanson
Katherine Tycz St Catharine's The Use of Text in Early Modern Italian Domestic Devotions Dr Abigail Brundin
Anna Wagner Selwyn Margherita Costa: A 'Virtuosa' on the Literary Stage of the Seicento Dr Helena Sanson

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Research Events - Michaelmas Term 2018

16 October 2018

Research Events in Italian Studies The Italian Section are pleased to present the Michaelmas Term 2018 programme of events.

Festival of Ideas: Unreadable Books: Bruno Munari's Graphic and Textual Playground - 20 Oct, 3:30pm

15 October 2018

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Festival of Ideas: A Rediscovered Jewel of the Biblioteca Aprosiana in Ventimiglia - 20 Oct, 12:30pm

15 October 2018

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