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Veronica De Pieri

Professoressa a contratto

Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Moderne

Assegnista di ricerca

Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Moderne

Pubblicazioni

Pubblicazioni

  1. Ōta Yōko’s legacy in post-3.11 female journalism - Yoshida Chia’s Sono ato no Fukushima - in “Contemporary Perspectives on the Nuclear World: Seventy-five years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki”, Sydney, forthcoming.
  2. Takahashi Genichirō’s Shinsai bungaku ron in “Asiatische Studien / Études Asiatiques”, Berlin, forthcoming.
  3. “Itō Seikō’s mourning voice(s)” in BUNRON. Studies in Japanese Literature No. 8, 2021.
  4. Città di cadaveri di Ōta Yōko, trad. a cura di De Pieri Veronica, Torino, Inari Books, 2021.
  5. Quando il cielo piove di indifferenza di Shiga Izumi, trad. a cura di De Pieri Veronica, Roma, Atmosphere Libri, giugno 2021.
  6. Human beings after catastrophe: poetical portraits by Primo Levi and Hara Tamiki in “Narrative Crossing Borders”, Dalarna University Publishing, Dalarna, 2021.
  7. Oro e argento, trad. a cura di De Pieri Veronica, in “Tanizaki Jun’ichirō. Racconti del Crimine. Volume 2”, Venezia, Marsilio, 2020.
  8. Il ruolo attivo del lettore nella produzione letteraria post 3.11 in “AISTUGIA conference proceedings”, Roma, 2020.
  9. Il caso ai Bagni Yanagi, trad. a cura di De Pieri Veronica, in “Tanizaki Jun’ichirō. Racconti del Crimine. Volume I”, Venezia, Marsilio, 2019.
  10. Literary Agency in the Wake of Catastrophe: the Canonization of the Literary Responses to Trauma in “Ca' Foscari Annali”, Serie Orientale, Ca' Foscari University, Venice, 2019.
  11. Kintsugi identities in the post-catastrophe Japan: the hibakusha in the post-1954 and post-2011 literature in “Orientalia Parthenopea”, Naples, 2018.
  12. Nostalgia as a means to overcome trauma: the case of Yoshimoto Banana's Sweet Hereafter in “Conference Proceedings of the 4th International Interdisciplinary Memory conference - Memory, Melancholy and Nostalgia”, Gdańsk Przymorze Uniwersytet, Gdańsk, 2018.
  13. WAGŌ RYŌICHI'S NET-POETRY: TRADITION AND INNOVATION in “Conference Proceedings of the 1st International Conference Comparative Studies of Language and Culture – Tradition and Innovation”, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, February 2017.
  14. New trend in teaching contemporary Japanese literature: the case of multidisciplinary courses on Fukushima disaster in “Conference Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium for Japanese Language Education and Japanese Studies”, Hong Kong, 2017.
  15. Literature remakes: how catastrophe influences the communication of trauma in literature - An inquiry on Nakamori Akio and Kawakami Hiromi 2011 short novels - in “Conference Proceedings of the 22nd Current Issues in Literary and Cultural Research Conference”, Liepāja universitāte, Liepāja, 2017.
  16. The "literature of the catastrophe" as a Canon: from genbaku bungaku to Fukushima bungaku in “IAFOR Conference Proceeding”, International Academic Forum, Kōbe, July 2016.
  17. Dystopia as a narrative keyword: Tawada Yōko's responses to Japanese 3/11 in “Loxias 54: Doctoriales XIII”, CTEL, Nice, July 2016.
  18. Wagō Ryōichi's net-poetry and the revolutionary “shared literature” in “Ca' Foscari Annali”, Serie Orientale, Ca' Foscari University, Venice, July 2016.