Paola Italia

How do they work? Presentation of the Authorial Philology Collection (Roma, Carocci, 2017-)

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Outubro, 24, 12 h – 13 h

Sala B112.B, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa

Paola Italia

was born in Milan and lives in Florence. She teaches Italian Philology and Scholarly Editing at the University of Bologna. She has worked on various nineteenth - and twentieth-century authors and topics, with a particular focus on philological and linguistic issues related to editions of paper and digital texts (Editing Novecento, Salerno, 2013; Editing Duemila, Salerno, 2020) and on the study and edition of authorial variants (Che cos'è la filologia d'autore, written with Giulia Raboni, Carocci, 202010, recently translated into English: What is authorial philology? OBP, Cambridge, 2021), including Manzoni and Leopardi (Il metodo di Leopardi, Carocci, 2016; Manzoni, Carocci, 2020). In the twentieth-century field, she has worked on Savinio, Bassani, Tobino and Gadda (Come lavorava Gadda, Carocci, 2017). With Giorgio Pinotti and Claudio Vela she co-directs the new Adelphi edition of Gadda's works (Accoppiamenti giudiziosi, 2011, Eros e Priapo, 2016; La Cognizione del dolore, 2017). With Simone Albonico and Giulia Raboni she co-directs the Carocci series Filologia d'autore. She founded and maintains (which has had more than 800,000 hits since 2010). Within DHaRC she is developing new models for Scholarly Digital Editions and she is currently working on the new critical edition of Gadda’s WWI Diaries (Adelphi, 2022).


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