From 21st to 23rd September 2023 I will be participating to the 27th AISNA Biennal Conference in Narni, Italy. I am especially pleased because the paper I submitted for the panel on “Shaping an Image of the Self: Identity Formation as Resistance and Possibility” has been accepted, and so for the first time I will …
I summarise my experience at the annual seminar of American Studies at the CSA in Rome.
In this post I analyse Thoreau’s metaphor of the veil, asking questions about language, the classics, and the relationship between reader and writer.
My first impressions after reading the debut novel by C. Pam Zhang.
Here are 10 things I learned in 2022, in random order, including stationery, world politics, literature and… Poland.
In this post, I explore the main reasons which make reading in a foreign language both useful and enjoyable for me.
What the title says: seven reasons why you should read Beloved by Toni Morrison if you haven’t yet.
Here’s why I think you should read the books you love more than once.
My thoughts on this masterpiece by the Canadian writer.