Dr. Filippo Dornetti is postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies, Ca’ Foscari University. He is also Italian lecturer at the Faculty of Letters at Keio University, Tokyo. His main interests are social history of modern northeast China and comparative history of water management in moden Japan and Italy. He enjoys reading poetry and collaborates with Phonodia project.
Maira Aurora Firţa PhD (b. 1981) is Senior lecturer in the Department of Romance Languages of the University of Bucharest, where she delivers lectures about the Italian Literature in the 18th and 19th centuries, and hands over classes of Terminology and seminaries of Translation. Since 2011, she holds the PhD degree in Italian Philology, dealing with a comparative research on the poetry written by Giacomo Leopardi and Salvatore Quasimodo (Leopardi în secolul XX. Cazul Quasimodo, …Read More
Alessia Cavallaro graduated from University Ca’ Foscari in “European, American and Postcolonial Languages and Literatures” (Slavic and Balkan Studies). Since 2013 she is doing her PhD in “History of Art” with a research project entitled “The persistence of the icon in Russian art of the twentieth and twenty-first century”. She currently works as scientific secretary at the Centre for Studies on the arts of Russia (CSAR) and collaborates with Phonodia project.
Carlotta Favaro is a MA student in Italian Literature at the Department of Humanities at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. She collaborates to Phonodia project.
Currently working as Scientific Secretary at the Study Centre for Verbo-Visual Research SCORE at the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, I am developing a research project on the role played by “voice” in the contemporary poetic language as well as realizing a digital on-line archive for recorded poetry reading in order to allow scholars to critically engage with literary recordings: Phonodia. With a PhD in Hispanic Studies, I have taught in …Read More
Dr. Marek Maurizio is Visiting Lecturer at the Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics and at present is also working at Phonodia project.