Areas of interest: Iberian Studies, Spanish Studies, Catalan Studies
Katiuscia Darici is Lecturer of Spanish Literature and Catalan Language and Literature at the University of Turin.
She holds a Ph.D. in Foreign Literatures and Literary Studies from the University of Verona and in Humanities from the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona.She has taught Spanish literature at the universities of Mantua and Verona, and Catalan literature at the “Ca’ Foscari” University of Venice. She has co-edited the book Historieta o Cómic. Biografía de la narración gráfica en España (2017) and translated from Catalan to Italian the poetry book Fragili naufragi, by Nora Albert (2020).
Her academic interests focus on Iberian Studies as well as Contemporary Literature in Spanish and Catalan. She authored the books “La piel fría” de Albert Sánchez Piñol: una novela “in limine” (2020) and Traslaciones. Identidades híbridas en las literaturas ibéricas (2021). She has published articles or book chapters on Iberian Studies in Italy, Eduardo Mendoza, Albert Sánchez Piñol, Najat El Hachmi, among others. Since 2020 she is member of the “Glocal Perspectives in Iberian Studies” Research Group of the University of Turin (directed by Veronica Orazi).
More information: Institutional website, Academia.edu
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