Silvia Ross is Senior Lecturer in Italian at University College Cork and was Associate Dean and Head of the Graduate School of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences from Jan 2011 to Sept 2013. Her research concentrates on the representation of central Italy in modern and contemporary literature, the subject of her monograph, Tuscan Spaces: Literary Constructions of Place (U of Toronto P, 2010). She has published in a number of scholarly journals such as Studies in Travel Writing, Italian Studies, Annali d’italianistica, Italian Culture and The Italianist and has co-edited the volumes Gendered Contexts: New Perspectives in Italian Cultural Studies (1996) and Mediterranean Travels: Writing Self and Other from the Ancient World to Contemporary Society (Legenda, 2011).
Urban Space and Literature Studies: Conflict in Tuscan Spaces (6 hours)
Wednesday Apr 27th 2016, 9.30am-0.30pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2
Wednesday Apr 27th 2016, 2.30am-5.30pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2
Concluding Session (3 hours)
Giulio Giovannoni, Silvia Ross
Wednesday June 8th – 2.30-5.30 pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2