Gioiella Bruni Roccia

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Roma

Gioiella Bruni Roccia

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Curriculum vitae

   

Academic Position

Gioiella Bruni Roccia is Associate Professor of English Literature at LUMSA, University of Rome. Since 2015/16 academic year she has been the Director of the newly established Bachelor’s Degree in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation .

Currently she teaches Translation Theory , English literature , and Travel Literature and the Visual Arts for the above mentioned degree course.

 

Research Interests

Her major research interests lie in the interrelations among narrative, scientific and philosophical discourse during the Long Eighteenth Century. Her publications in this field include, besides numerous articles on the most important novelists of the period, the translation and critical edition of Shaftesbury’s Sensus Communis. An Essay on the Freedom of Wit and Humour (Rome, 2006) and a monograph on John Locke (Locke e la costruzione del lettore moderno. Sulle soglie del ‘Saggio sull’intelletto umano’ , Rome, 2013).

She has also devoted her critical attention to authors and works that marked a turning-point in English literary history, such as the first generation of Romantic poets with their innovative theory of poetic language, and the experimental fiction of the major modernist writers. The intersection between these two lines of research led to the publication of a comparative and intertextual analysis, entitled Myriadminded Men. Coleridge and Joyce (Rome, 2008).

More recently, she has explored the ways in which the complex theme of personal identity is perceived and represented in literature with particular reference to Paul Ricoeur’s concept of ‘narrative identity’.

Orari di ricevimento

Lunedì, dalle ore 16:00  e  Martedì, dalle ore 17:00 

La docente riceve per appuntamento nello studio 12 (primo piano).

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Didattica e insegnamenti

Insegnamento Anno accademico CFU

LABORATORIO DI SCRITTURA E ABILITA' ARGOMENTATIVE

2023 / 2024

3

LETTERATURA INGLESE

2023 / 2024

6

LETTERATURA-MONDO (IN LINGUA INGLESE)

2023 / 2024

6

TEORIA DELLA TRADUZIONE

2023 / 2024

6

COMUNICAZIONE E INTELLIGENZA EMOTIVA

2022 / 2023

3

LABORATORIO DI SCRITTURA E ABILITA' ARGOMENTATIVE

2022 / 2023

3

LETTERATURA INGLESE

2022 / 2023

6

LETTERATURA-MONDO (IN LINGUA INGLESE)

2022 / 2023

6

TEORIA DELLA TRADUZIONE

2022 / 2023

6

LABORATORIO DI SCRITTURA E ABILITA' ARGOMENTATIVE

2021 / 2022

3

LETTERATURA INGLESE

2021 / 2022

6

LETTERATURA-MONDO (IN LINGUA INGLESE)

2021 / 2022

6

TEORIA DELLA TRADUZIONE

2021 / 2022

6

Ricerca

Tutte le pubblicazioni

  • BRUNI ROCCIA G. (2023). Fragmentation and Wholeness in Virginia Woolf's "The Waves". Journal of Literature and Art Studies, vol. 13, 12, p.931 - 940 , art. no. 1 , DOI: 10.17265/2159-5836/2023.12.001

  • BRUNI ROCCIA G. (2023). Percorsi di ecocritica: il dialogo tra le 'due culture' in "Migrations" di Charlotte McConaghy. Open Journal of Humanities, vol. 14,

  • BRUNI ROCCIA G. (2023). Strategie traduttive in una prospettiva interculturale: a proposito di "Migrations" di Charlotte McConaghy. Journal of Foreign Languages, Cultures and Civilizations, vol. 11, 1, p.32 - 40 , art. no. 3 , DOI: 10.15640/jflcc.v11n1a3

  • BRUNI ROCCIA G. (2022). Il volo dell'Albatros. Esperimenti di lettura intorno alla "Ballata" di Coleridge. Roma:Nuova Editrice Universitaria, , ISBN: 978-8832133738

  • BRUNI ROCCIA G. (2019). The discursive construction of the self in Shaftesbury and Sterne: 'Tristram Shandy' and the quest for identity. (a cura di) John Baker, Marion Leclair and Allan Ingram, Writing and constructing the self in Great Britain in the long eighteenth century. Manchester:Manchester University Press, p.170 - 187 , ISBN: 978-1-5261-2336-7

  • BRUNI ROCCIA G. (2018). Beyond the Text: An Intertextual Approach to 'Tristram Shandy'. European Journal of Literature, Language and Linguistics Studies, vol. 2, 2, p.35 - 43

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