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Dr Maddalena Pennacchia

Dr Maddalena Pennacchia

Associate Professor of English Literature

Department of Foreign Languages Literatures and Cultures
Roma Tre University (Italy)

Maddalena Pennacchia is Associate Professor in English Literature at Roma Tre University, where she became tenured as Lecturer in 2002.

Contact details

Email
maddalena.pennacchia@uniroma3.it

Address
Department of Foreign Languages Literatures and Cultures
Roma Tre University
Via del Valco di San Paolo 19,
00146 Rome (Italy)

Research interests

Her research interests include science and literature in the early modern period, Ancient Rome in the English Renaissance, Shakespeare on screen, Shakespeare and Tourism.

Selected Publications

Shakespeare intermediale. I drammi romani, Editoria & Spettacolo, Spoleto, 2012, pp. 255.

Tracce del moderno nel teatro di Shakespeare, ESI, Napoli 2008, pp. 124.

Questioning Bodies in Shakespeare’s Rome, ed. by M. Del Sapio Garbero, N. Isenberg, M. Pennacchia, V&R Unipress, Gottingen, 2010, pp. 388.

“Shakespeare for Beginners: The Animated Tales from Shakespeare and the Case Study of Julius Caesar”, in Anja Müller (ed.), Adapting Canonical Texts in Children’s Literature, Bloomsbury Academic, London and New York, 2013, pp. 59-75.

“Stones on Canvas and on Stage: Early Earth Sciences in Leonardo’s Virgin of the Rocks and Shakespeare’s The Tempest”, in Dialoge zwischen Wissenschaft, Kunst und Literatur, ed. by Klaus Bergdolt and Manfred Pfister, Wolfenbütteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissance-forschung, 27, Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, 2011, pp. 71-85.

“A Map of the Essays” e “The Stones of Rome: Early Earth Sciences in Julius Caesar and Coriolanus”, in Questioning Bodies in Shakespeare’s Rome, ed. by M. Del Sapio Garbero, N. Isenberg and M. Pennacchia, V& R Press, Gottingen, 2010, pp. 21-30 e pp. 309-26.

“Female Marginalia: Handkerchiefs at the Borders of Tudor History”, in C. Dente and S. Orgel (eds.), Textus.Marginal Textualities, XXII-3, 2009, pp. 699-713.

“Antony’s Ring: Remediating Ancient Rhetoric on the Elizabethan Stage”, in Identity, Otherness and Empire in Shakespeare’s Rome, ed. by M. Del Sapio Garbero, Ashgate, Farnham/ Burlington VT 2009, pp. 49-59.

Othello fiorisce a Bollywood: Omkara di Vishal Bharadwaj», in Postcolonial Shakespeare, a cura di Masolino D’Amico e Simona Corso, Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, Roma 2009, pp. 231-250.

«William Shakespeare, Mme de Stael and the Politics of Translation», Folio. Shakspeare- Genootschap van Nederland en Vlaanderen, 13-1, 2006, pp. 9-20.