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Professore Ordinario: Corsi - Lingue, Letterature e Culture Straniere

Professore Ordinario: Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Straniere

prof. Angela LocatelliANGELA LOCATELLI - CURRICULUM VITAE (short version)

Angela Locatelli is Full Professor of English Literature at the University of Bergamo. Director of the Department of Languages and Comparative Literature for three terms (1999-2006). Director of the PhD Program in Euro-American Literatures from 2009 to 2018. Former member of the Academic Senate. Member of the Board of the PhD School (Scuola di Alta Formazione Dottorale) of the University of Bergamo.

Visiting Professor in the Department of English at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (1982).
Since 1992 Adjunct Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Visiting Professor at Nihon University Tokyo.
Visiting Professor Catholic University Lisbon (2018).

One of the founders and Faculty member of the International PhD Network in "Literary and Cultural Studies" ( established in 2008 by the University of Giessen (Germany) with the Universities of Bergamo, Helsinki, Stockholm, Graz, and The Catholic University of Portugal in Lisbon.

Her main research interests are literary and cultural theory. She has edited ten volumes on literary epistemology (The Knowledge of Literature / La conoscenza della Letteratura, 2002-2011 Sestante Edizioni). She has written extensively on Shakespeare and Early-modern Culture and Literature (3 books and over 50 articles). Her publications also include a book on the "stream of consciousness" novel, one on Harold Pinter, a critical edition (with Italian translation) of Henry Peacham Jr.?s The Merry Discourse of Meum and Tuum (1639), and several articles on Modernist and Postmodern fiction, and 20th Century drama. She has published in Italy, England, France, Germany, Finland, Romania, Sweden, the USA, and Japan.