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CONVERSATION WITH ARTURO PÉREZ-REVERTE

Conducted by Renata Londero and Federica Rocco


 

Renata Londero
Renata Londero is a full professor of Spanish Literature at the University of Udine, specialising in 17th and 20th-21st century Spanish literature.
Her publications include bilingual editions of: Azorín, La isla sin aurora/L’isola senza aurora (2006); the anthology of Luis Cernuda, Invocazioni. Poesie scelte (1927-1962) (2008); Miguel Delibes, Cinco horas con Mario/Cinque ore con Mario (theatre version) (2017); J. Sanchis Sinisterra, El lector por horas/Il lettore a ore (2018). She has in print the critical edition of the seventeenth-century comedy play La corona del agravio by Álvaro Cubillo de Aragón (Reichenberger). She participates in numerous research projects in Italy, Spain and France, and serves on several scientific committees of journals and series of publications on Hispanic literary topics. She edits the Italian Hispanic Association´s magazine «Cuadernos AISPI».

 

Federica Rocco
Federica Rocco is an associate professor of Hispanic-American Language and Literature at the University of Udine. She deals with the forms of autobiographical writing in Spanish-language literature, with a special interest in the works of authors from the Cono Sur (Southern Cone).
Her publications include Una stagione all’inferno. Iniziazione e identità letteraria nei diari di Alejandra Pizarnik (2006); Marginalia ex-centrica: viaggi/o nella letteratura argentina (2012); curatorship of the bilingual volume La rappresentazione dello stigma nella letteratura (e il cinema) di lingua spagnola/La representación del estigma en la literatura (y el cine) de lengua española (2022). She is in the process of preparing a monographic volume dedicated to the life and works of Alejandra Pizarnik. She also takes part in research projects in Italy and abroad and serves on scientific committees of Hispano-American and comparative journals.


Wednesday 20 March, 10:30

Università degli Studi di Udine Palazzo Antonini – Aula 3 "Roberto Gusmani"

Udine - Via Tarcisio Petracco, 8

Free admission subject to availability of seats.

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