Emanuel Stelzer

Foto,  March 14, 2021
Position
Temporary Assistant Professor
Academic sector
L-LIN/10 - ENGLISH LITERATURE
Office
Palazzo di Lingue,  Floor Primo,  Room 1.11
Telephone
+39 045802 8678
E-mail
emanuel|stelzer*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.

Office Hours

Tuesday, Hours 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM,  

Il ricevimento ha luogo il martedì dalle 15.45 alle 17.30 (studio 1.11, Palazzo di Lingue)

Curriculum
  • pdf   CV   (pdf, en, 245 KB, 16/03/21)

Emanuel Stelzer è RtdB in Letteratura inglese. I suoi interessi principali sono il teatro e la letteratura early modern, gli studi filologici e i rapporti tra cultura visuale e testualità. È l’autore di una monografia, Portraits in Early Modern English Drama: Visual Culture, Play-Texts, and Performances (Routledge, 2019) e del volume Shakespeare Among Italian Criminologists and Psychiatrists, 1870s-1920s (Skenè. Texts and Studies, 2021) e ha pubblicato vari saggi raccolti in volume. I suoi articoli sono apparsi su riviste internazionali come The Huntington Library Quarterly, Critical Survey, Early Theatre, The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, English Studies, e Notes and Queries. Il suo lavoro sull'autore secentesco William Sampson ha portato a un ‘Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Seal of Excellence’ e allo ‘Centennial Essay Prize’ dello Huntington Library Quarterly. Ha anche tradotto in italiano The Picture di Philip Massinger (Aracne, 2017) e il Comus di John Milton (ETS, 2020). Il Dott. Stelzer è anche managing editor di Skenè: Journal of Theatre and Drama Studies e contribuisce allo YWES (The Year’s Work in English Studies, Oxford University Press).

 
 
Research interests
Topic Description Research area
Literature and material and visual culture Literary texts and material and visual culture studies English and Anglophone Literatures
Visual Arts & Image Studies
Mediations of classical mythology in early modern English drama Mediations of classical mythology in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English drama English and Anglophone Literatures
Historical period codes: 1500-1600
Early modern paradoxes Early modern texts belonging to paradoxical genres English and Anglophone Literatures
Literature (General): Comparative literature
Shakespeare Shakespeare textual criticism English and Anglophone Literatures
Shakespeare
Shakespeare and criminology The uses of Shakespeare among nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century criminologists English and Anglophone Literatures
Shakespeare
Early modern literature and drama Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century British literature and drama English and Anglophone Literatures
Historical period codes: 1500-1600
Projects
Title Starting date
Perform/Ability 10/1/19
PRIN 2017: Classical Receptions in Early Modern English Drama 5/1/19
ISS - Intercultural Shakespeare Studies 1/1/19
SENS: Shakespeare’s Narrative Sources: Italian novellas and their European dissemination. 6/1/18
SCS - Shakespeare's Classical Sources 6/1/18
CLASSED: CLAssical and Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-century English Drama: Reception and Source Study 1/1/18
Progetto di eccellenza: Le Digital Humanities applicate alle lingue e letterature straniere 1/1/18