Student Publications

Luca Ambrogiani

  • “Empty, white apocalypse: the spatial and linguistic End of the World in Edgar Allan Poe and Howard Phillips Lovecraft,” in Poe, Grabiński, Ray, Lovecraft: Visions, correspondences, transitions, eds. K. Gadomska, A. Loska. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego (forthcoming).
  • “Un’analisi sonora dell’oscurità: The Music of Erich Zann e altri racconti di Howard Phillips Lovecraft,” in Prospettive sonore: percezione e mediazione, eds. A. Calanchi, A. Laquidara. Giulianova: Galaad Edizioni (2016), pp. 57-74.

Giacomo Bianchino

  • “Greek Ideology and Modern Politics in Marx’s Early Works” in M. Steven (ed.) Marx and Modernism, London: Bloomsbury Press, Forthcoming 2020
  • “Simulation and Dissimulation: Esoteric Meme Pages at the Limits of Irony” in A. Bown and D. Bristow (eds.) Post Memes, Brooklyn: Punctum Books, Forthcoming 2019
  • “Canonising Kierkegaard: Towards a Systematic Reading of the Authorship” Kierkegaard in Process: The International Kierkegaard Student Journal, 2, 2017, pp. 10-19
  • “Public Image Limited: Defensive Architecture Takes Public Space” The Saturday Paper, 19 September, 2015, p. 26

Mary Claire Brunelli

  • "Unworlded After-Picture: The New State of Being in the Virtual Cosmos." Language, Literature, and Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. 3.4, ISSN: 2547-0044 (July 2020)
  • "Écrire le continent noir." Edizioni Sinestesie, Associazione Culturale Internazionale. ISBN 978-88-31925-44-0 (2019)

Sarah Fishman

  • Bathsheba Transatlantic, Anhinga Press, Winner of the Philip Levine Poetry Book Prize (poetry, 2010, pen name: Sarah Wetzel)
  • River Electric with Light, Red Hen Press, Winner of the AROHO Poetry Book Publication Prize (poetry, 2015, pen name: Sarah Wetzel)
  • The Davids Inside David, Terrapin Books (poetry, March 2019, pen name: Sarah Wetzel)

Coco Fitterman

Anke Geertsma

  • “Making it Work: Aesthetics and Affect in Dave Eggers’s What is the What.” Academic Quarter: The Aesthetics of Human Rights 5 (2012).
  • “Redefining Trauma Post 9/11: Freud’s Talking Cure and Foer’s Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.” Aspeers: Emerging Voices in American Studies 4 (2011).

Chelsea Largent

  • "The Absolute Self(ie): How Autofiction Writes the Relational." ESC: English Studies in Canada, vol. 45 no. 1, 2019, p. 113-140. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/esc.2019.0003.

Mattia Mossali


  • Sylvia Plath. La singolarità del femminile, Edizioni Ripostes, Salerno 2015 - Italian

Peer-reviewed articles:

  • "Condizionata alla morte essa rimava vocabolari tormentosi": declinazioni del lutto nella poesia di Amelia Rosselli e Sylvia Plath, in LEA. Lingue e Letterature d'Oriente e d'Occidente, vol. 7:2018, pp. 245-261 - Italian
  • "Reading myself elsewhere: a Few Notes on Reading Otherwise", in Comparatismi, vol. 3:2018, pp. 94-105 - English
  • Chiamami col tuo nome, commenti a margine del romanzo di André Aciman, in il Portolano: periodico di letteratura, vol. 92-93:2018, pp. 12-15 – Italian
  • A Woman Looking at Her Looking at Me: Conflicting Identities and Gazes in the “Self- Portraits” of Francesca Woodman, in estetica. studi e ricerche, 1:2018, il Mulino, Bologna,  pp. 153- 172 - English
  • L’immaginario ekfrastico nella scrittura di Sylvia Plath, in Elephant&Castle. Laboratorio dell’Immaginario, 15:2016, pp. 6-30 - Italian
  • "Lasciami soffrire, lasciami guarire, lasciami sola": spunti per una nuova lettura del Commentaire di Marcelle Sauvageot, in Enthymema. International journal of literary theory, 14:2016, pp. 82-98 - Italian
  • Ripensare la femminilità tra valenze estetiche ed etiche, on AG About Gender. International Journal of Gender’s Studies, 8:2015, pp. 284-309 - Italian

Leonardo Nolé

  • “‘Understanding the Fabric of the Natural World’: The Role of the Collective Protagonist in Annie Proulx’s Barkskins” Jam It! (2020)
  • “William Faulkner’s Go Down, Moses: A Chronicle of Im/Mobilities.” JAAAS (2020)
  • “La cronaca della terra e degli sfruttamenti in Go Down, Moses di William Faulkner.” Antroposcenari. Storie, paesaggi, ecologie, edited by Daniela Fargione and Carmen Concilio, il Mulino (2018)
  • “‘New Words Were Falling Out of her Mouth’: lingua e identità in formazione in Americanah di Chimamanda N. Adichie.” CoSMo (2017)
  • “Romanzi di racconti. La letteratura americana e la costruzione di comunità: il caso di In Our Time di Ernest Hemingway.” CoSMo (2017)
  • "Every Cancer Narrative Is an Act of Life: A Conversation with Nancy K. Miller." Altre Modernità (forthcoming)

Tatiana Nunez

  • “Alternative Literacies and Language in ​Bleak House ​and ​Great Expectations​.” ​Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction,​ volume 50, no. 2 (2019): 277-294. 

Nicole Paronzini

  • "Michele e Raskol' nikov: storia di un doppio mancato", Romance e-review (peer-reviewed BC Graduate Students Journal) 2014