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Elisa Scaraggi
PhD Student

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    Biographical note:

    Elisa Scaraggi (MA, Univ. of Bologna, 2014) is a PhD Student. She holds a Master Degree in Comparative and Postcolonial Studies from the University of Bologna (thesis: O avesso do avesso: a literature of São Paulo) and she is currently a PhD student at the International FCT PhD Programme in Comparative Studies. Her current research interests are mainly on concentrationary literature, memory studies and literature under authoritarian regimes. In addition to her research, she has a special interest in literary translation.


    Selected publications:

    • 2014. O avesso do avesso. Una letteratura di São Paulo. Master's thesis. Scuola di Lingue e Letterature Straniere, Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna. http://amslaurea.unibo.it/9183/
    • 2012. “A parabola do malandro: os contos de Leão-de-chácara de João Antônio”, Seminário Internacional Cânone, Margem e Periferia nos Espaços de Língua Portuguesa, Lisbon (Presentation). 
    • 2012. Hora di bai. de Manuel Ferreira. Livorno: Vittoria Iguazu Editora. (Translation) 
    • 2012. Kaputu Kinjila e o Sócio dele Kambaxi Kiaxi. Italian translation of a fable by José Luandino Vieira”.  In Cadernos de Literatura em Tradução n.12. Editora da Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas – USP, São Paulo, Brazil  http://www.revistas.usp.br/clt/article/view/49536 
    • 2010. Navigazioni. by Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen. Bari: Ellis Edizioni. (Translation)





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