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Enrico Mattioda

  • Associate professor
  • Università degli Studi di Torino - University of Torino

    Research interests

    ShoahRenaissance LiteratureItalian Literature

    About

    Education Enrico Mattioda (born in 1964) is now Associate Professor of Italian Literature at the Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici of the University of Turin. - 2006: he became Associate Professor of Italian literature at the Facoltà di Scienze della formazione of the University of Turin - 1998: he became Assistant Professor in Italian literature at the Facoltà di Scienze della formazione of the University of Turin - 1996-97: Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Turin. In september 1996 he was awarded the Prize “Fondazione Arcangela Todaro Faranda” for twentieth-century criticism - 1993-1995: teacher of Italian language and literature at high school. - 1994: he took the PhD in Italian Studies at the Universities of Turin and Genoa with a dissertation on Eighteenth-Century Theories of Tragedy - 1989: he took his degree in Lettere e Filosofia at the University of Turin, summa cum laude. - 1983: Secondary School Diploma. Research fields : - Italian literature of the sixteenth century and the literary sources of art history (“Kunstliteratur”, especially Giorgio Vasari). - Comparative literature of the eighteenth century (Theories of tragedy in Europe, Ossianism, etc.). - Literature of the Shoah (Primo Levi, Jorge Semprun, etc.). - Philology and test edition (editions of manuscripts, e.g. Vasari’s Poems, and philology of prints, e.g. edition of Goldoni’s Theatre de société). He is participating in the following research projects: - ARPREGO (Archivio del Teatro Pregoldoniano) project financed by the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (n. FFI2011-23663): the international research group is coordinated by the University of Santiago de Compostela. - Editing Novecento (“Progetto di ricerca di interesse nazionale” n. 2010W2LM2L) project financed by the Italian Ministero dell’Università e della Ricerca Scientifica and coordinated by the University of Genoa. He is chief sub-editor of the most ancient and prestigious academic journal of Italian literature, the «Giornale storico della letteratura italiana». He is also member of the scientific committee of the journal “Laboratoire italien” published by the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon. Since 2009 he has been member of the scientific board of the “Matteo Bandello Foundation” of Castelnuovo Scrivia. He is editor of the series “Contributi e proposte. Collana di letteratura italiana” and “Gillo Menagio. Les classiques italiens dans le miroir de la critique française” by Edizioni dell’Orso, Alessandria. Teaching experiences: - From 1998 to 2005 he taught Textual Philology and History of Italian Literature at the University of Turin; since 2006 he has been teaching Italian Literature and Structures and techniques of Narration. - From 2006 to 2009 he was coordinator of PhD studies in Italian Language and Literature. After being vicepresident of PhD School in Classic and Modern Cultures he is now member of the board of PhD School in Letters of the University of Turin. He is co-tutor of PhD researches with the Universities of Ghent, Paris III and Stuttgart. - He is institutional coordinator for the Erasmus exchanges with the Universities of Ghent and Heidelberg. - He was visiting professor at the Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo in Vitoria (Brazil) in August 2005; at the University of Paris 8 (March-April 2008); at the Université “Charles De Gaulle” Lille III (a semester in 2011); at the Université Paris III “Sorbonne Nouvelle” (four months in 2012) and at the Universiteit Gent (February-September 2012).

    Professional experience

    Associate professor

    Università degli Studi di Torino - University of Torino

    January 1998 - Present

    Education

    Associate Professor

    Università degli Studi di Torino - University of Torino

    January 1998 - October 2013(16 years)