Professor Emerita of English Literature at Roma Tre University, former Vice President of the School of Humanities and member of CROMA Council (Centro Studi su Roma). She is a member of the ESRA Board, founding Honorary President of the “Shakespeare’s Rome International Summer School” (SRISS), co-General Editor of the series “Biblioteca di Studi Inglesi” (ESL). She has coordinated the “Shakespeare’s Rome Project” since 2004. Other current research areas: Shakespeare and early modern theories of bodies and epistemology, Shakespeare and the visual arts, Shakespeare and gender, Hamlet’s appropriations. Among her book publications: Il bene ritrovato. Le figlie di Shakespeare dal King Lear ai romances, Rome in Shakespeare’s World (ed), Shakespeare and the New Science in Early Modern Culture (ed), Identity, Otherness, and Empire in Shakespeare’s Rome (ed), Questioning Bodies in Shakespeare’s Rome (co-ed), La traduzione di Amleto nella cultura europea (ed). She was in the Steering Committee of the International Conference “Shakespeare 2016. The Memory of Rome”.
Prof. Maria Del Sapio Garbero Roma Tre University
Associate Professor of English Literature at Roma Tre University, where she is also Director of ‘Shakespeare’s Rome International Summer School’ (SRISS) and Project Director of the digitized Silvano Toti Globe Theatre Archive. She served in the Board of IASEMS (Italian Association of Shakespeare and Early Modern Studies) from 2009 to 2012 and is in the editorial and advisory board of the Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance. She was in the Planning Team of the International Conference “Shakespeare 2016. The Memory of Rome”. She has published extensively on the re-use and re-mediation of Rome in Shakespeare’s plays as well as on Shakespeare on screen and in performance. Selected publications: Shakespeare intermediale. I drammi romani, Tracce del moderno nel teatro di Shakespeare, Questioning Bodies in Shakespeare’s Rome (co-ed), Literary Intermediality (ed), Adaptation, Intermediality and the British Celebrity Biopic (co-ed).
Prof. Maddalena Pennacchia Roma Tre University
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