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Eva-Maria Christina Charlotte Thune

Full Professor

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-LIN/14 Language and Translation - German

Curriculum vitae

- since 1.11.2001: Professor of German Language (ssd L-LIN/14 Lingua e traduzione - Lingua tedesca) at the Modern Languages Faculty (Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere dell'Università di Bologna);

- 1997/98-2000/01: Associate Professor of German Language at the Modern Languages Faculty (Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere);

-  1995/96-1996-97: Associate Professor of German Language at the Modern Languages Faculty of the University of Verona (Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere dell'Università di Verona)

- 1992/93-1994/95: Associate Professor of German Language at the Economics Faculty of the University of Verona (Facoltà di Economia dell'Università di Verona)

- 1986/87-1991/92:  DAAD lecteur of German at Pisa University  (Istituto di Letteratura Tedesca e Filologia Germanica, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia).

- 1982/83-1983/84: lecteur of German at Macerata University  (Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia)

POSITIONS HELD

▫ from 2015/16 until 2017/18:

Dean of a International MA Degree Course (Language, Society and Communication) in the School of Language, Literature, Translation and Interpretation at the University of Bologna; 

- member of the counsil of the Department LILEC

- member of the high counsil of the School of Modern Languages and Literature, Translation and Interpretation

from 2012/13 until 2014/15: Dean of a MA Degree Course (Corso di laurea magistrale in Lingua, Società e Comunicazione) in the School of Language, Literature, Translation and Interpretation at the University of Bologna;

▫ 2013: member of the planing committee of the XV. IDT (International conference of German Studies “Deutsch von innen, Deutsch von außen”) Bozen; section leader;

- from 2013: tutor of PhD candidates at the University of Hannover (D) and the University of Valencia (ES)

▫ 2011: planning committee of “ViceVersa”: 5th meeting of Italian-German translators of literature (collaboration between the Deutscher Übersetzerfonds [DüF],  the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Translators' Residence in Looren (CH) e Il nuovo traduttore letterario, Florence, financed by Pro Helvetia and University of Bologna);

▫ 2001-2006: Director of the DILM Master Course in Modern Language Teaching (subsequently DILM Summer School) of the University of Bologna

▫ 2000-2002: board member of AIG (Associazione Italiana di Germanistica= Italian Association of German Studies);

▫ 1994/95-1996/97: academic council of the Centro Linguistico d'Ateneo CLA (Language Center) of the University of Verona

Referee

- VQR (2014-2010);

- Servizio esami di bi- e trilinguismo (Provincia autonoma di Bolzano);

- “Sparkling science” (programma di ricerca del Ministero austriaco per la scienza, la ricerca e l'economia);

-  Schweizerischer Nationalfonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (SNF)

- Referaggio per università italiane e estere (Germania, Grecia, Portogallo e Spagna).

Editorial boards

▫  (director) LisT (Lavori interculturali sul Tedesco), Aracne;

▫ “Italienische Studien zur deutschen Sprache” (ISdS), 'Istituto Italiano di Studi Germanici;

▫ “Lingua e linguistica tedesca”, Studi superiori, Carocci;

▫ ATEM, Aracne;

 Studies:

  - 1986-1989: PhD at the University of Osnabrück (Germany); "Dichtung als Widerspruch - Zur Entwicklung poetologischer Positionen bei Franco Fortini"), "summa cum laude"; 

(this work was awarded a prize in the field of cultural relationships between Italy and German speaking countries by the Accademia di Studi Italo-Tedeschi of Merano)

- 1975-1978, 1980/81: German and  Philosophy at Heidelberg University (Rupertus Carola).

- 1979: German and  Philosophy at Frankfurt a.M University (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe)

Teacher Training

 - 1984-1986: "Referendariat" in German and Philosophy in Osnabrück (Käthe-Kollwitz-Schule)

Fellowships

2019 - Visiting Scholar at Madgalene College Cambridge (UK).

2018 - Martin Miller and Hannah Norbert-Miller Fellowship, l'Institut of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London

2017 - Bologna-Clare Hall-Fellow (Cambridge, UK), now Life Member at Clare Hall

2008 - fellow at the Bogliasco Foundation