Angela Locatelli

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Professor of English Literature
Contact Information
Office Address: 
Università degli Studi di Bergamo , Dipartimento di Lingue
Phone: 
Tel. :+39-035-2052703
Email Address: 
angela.locatelli@unibg.it

Angela Locatelli is (Full and Tenured) Professor of English Literature, and Director of the PhD Program in “Euro-American Literatures” at the University of Bergamo, Italy. Faculty member (and one of the five founding members) of the International PhD Network established in 2008 by the University of Giessen (Germany) with the Universities of Bergamo, Helsinki, Stockholm, The Catholic University of Portugal in Lisbon and the University of Graz (http://phdnet.uni-giessen.de ).

Research and Teaching Interests: 

Research interests: literary and cultural theory, the epistemology of literature, literature and the ethics and politics of representation, psychology and literature

Selected Publications: 

Angela Locatelli has published  in Italy, England, USA, Japan, Germany, Finland, Romania, Sweden and France.

  • Angela Locatelli, (ed.), TEN VOLUMES: La conoscenza della letteratura/The Knowledge of Literature, Vol.I-X, Bergamo, Bergamo University Press, Sestante Editore, 2002-2011 

 

  • Il Doppio e il Picaresco: un esempio paradigmatico nel Rinascimento Inglese, con The Merry Discourse of Meum and Tuum (1639) / L’Ameno Racconto di Meum e Tuum, di Henry Peacham Jr., Critical Edition with Translation into Italian and “Introduzione” e “Note”, Jaca Book, Milan, 1998

 

  • L’Eloquenza e gli Incantesimi: Interpretazioni Shakespeariane, Guerini e Associati, Milano,1989

 

  • Una coscienza non tutta per sé: Studio sul romanzo dello “Stream of Consciousness”,

Patron, Bologna, 1983

 

  • “ The Ethical Use(s) Of Literary Complexity”, in Sibylle Baumbach, Herbert Grabes

and Ansgar Nünning (eds.), Values in Literature and the Value of Literature: Literature

as a Medium for Representing, Disseminating and Constructing Norms and Values.

Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2009.

 

  • “Literature’s Versions of its own Transmission of Values” in Ethics in Culture. The

dissemination of values through Literature and Other Media Astrid Erll, Herbert

Grabes, Ansgar Nünning (eds.), Ethics in Culture, Berlin, de Gruyter, 2008, pp.19-34.

 

  • “Conjuctures of Uneasiness: Trauma in Fay Weldon’s The Heart of the Country and in IanMcEwan’s On Chesil Beach”, in Susana Onega and Jean-Michel Ganteau (eds.), Ethics and Trauma in Contemporary British Fiction, Amsterdam and New York, Rodopi, 2011, pp.227-239.