Dr Alberica Bazzoni

Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature (Università per Stranieri di Siena); Hon. Faculty Research Fellow (Oxford); and Affiliated Fellow (ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry)

BA (Università degli Studi di Milano); MPhil; DPhil (Oxford)


Research Interests: 19th-21st Italian Literature; literary theory; temporality, trauma and embodiment; feminist, queer and decolonial theory and activism;  the genre of autobiography/autofiction; themes of power, marginality and subjectivity in literature; the politics of translation; relational ethics; canon formation and transformation; sociology of culture; Goliarda Sapienza.


PhD Supervision: Alice Parrinello, “Queering the South: A Case Study on Emma Dante”




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Edited Special Issues

  • Alberica Bazzoni and Caterina Paoli (eds), “Feminist and Decolonial Interventions in Contemporary Translation Studies”, Special Issue of Comparative Critical Studies, 20 (2023. Forthcoming).

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