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Carlotta Farese

Associate Professor

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-LIN/10 English Literature

Short Bio

Carlotta Farese, DottLett (Bari), MA (QMUL), PhD (Bologna) has taught English literature at the Universities of Bolzano and Siena, and is currently Associate Professor at the University of Bologna. She has published monographs on the role of the woman reader in nineteenth-century European literature and on the eighteenth-century playwright Elizabeth Inchbald. She has worked on gender issues and women's writing between Romanticism and Victorianism (Christina Rossetti, the New Woman, M.E. Braddon); Anglo-German cultural relations between the eighteenth and the nineteenth century (Inchbald, Kotzebue, Wieland); the literary representation of London and the relationship between cinema and literature. She has edited collections of essays on the reception of romantic literature in the Victorian age and on Jane Austen. Her current research interests focus on Mansfield Park and the representation of disability in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century English literature. Go to the Curriculum vitae


+39 051 20 9 7228

Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Moderne
Via Cartoleria 5, Bologna - Go to map

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