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Lingua e traduzione in lingua inglese

Bio

Nancy Isenberg, nata a New Haven, Connecticut (USA) e residente in Italia dal 1967 ha insegnato lingua, letteratura e cultura inglese presso l’Università La Sapienza (1977-1992) e poi presso Università Roma Tre (1992 al 2015).

Negli anni ha ricoperto numerosi incarichi di coordinamento relative alla didattica, alla formazione insegnanti, alla ricerca presso l’università, presso associazioni accademiche, presso gruppi e reti di ricerca.

Partecipa a progetti internazionali e a convegni nazionali e internazionali e pubblica gli esiti delle sue ricerche presso case editrici in Italia e all’estero.

Nel 2017 è stata resident fellow al Center for Ballet and the Arts (NY Univ)

Interessi di ricerca

Shakespeare in performance, Literature and Dance, Women Writers in European Culture

Pubblicazioni

  • Shakespeare and Ballet”, in Christopher Wilson and Mervyn Cooke (eds.), The Oxford Handbook to Shakespeare and Music (Oxford University Press), forthcoming.
  • Seduction, introspection, experimentation. The epistolary code switching of Giustiniana Wynne. In Madeleine van Strien-Chardonneau, Marie-Christine Kok Escalle, French as Language of Intimacy in the Modern Age: Le Français, Langue de l’Intime à l’Époque Moderne et Contemporaire, Amsterdam University Press, 2017, 107-122.
  • “Ballet”, in Bruce Smith (general editor), The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare , vol. II (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2016, 1819-1827.
  • Beyond lovers and French: the cases of Isabelle Charrière, Giustiniana Wynne and Louise Stolberg. In Cahiers Isabelle de Charriere/Belle de Zuylen n. 10, 2015, 47-63.
  • Foreword to Louise Stolberg’s Florentine Salon and Germaine De Stael’s Coppet Circle: The Politics Of Patronage, Neoclassicism And The Code Of Freedom In Napoleonic Italy​ by Sharon Worley, Mellen Press, 2015, vii-xii.
  • Pleasure and promise: Charrière goes global in translation. In Cahiers Isabelle de Charriere/Belle de Zuylen n. 9, 2014, 97-102.
  • “’Caesar’s word against the world’: Mussolini’s Caesarism and Discourses of Empire”, in I. R. Makaryk and M. McHugh (eds.), Shakespeare and the Second World War. Memory Culture Identity (Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press, 2012), pp. 83-105.
  • “Dramatic leaps and political falls: Russian Hamlet ballet in 1991”, in Ruth Owen (ed.), The Hamlet Zone: Reworking Hamlet in European Cultures. (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 2012), pp 17-30.
  • Caro Memmo,mon cher frère. Seduzioni epistolari di una giovane anglovenziana in viaggio per l’Europa nel tempo di Casanova. L’inedito carteggio segreto di Giustiniana Wynne ad Andrea Memmo (1758 -1760), edizione critica con introduzione ed epilogo (Treviso:Elzeviro, 2010)
  • Shakespeare and Rome: Questioning bodies, geographies, cosmographies, edited by Maria Del Sapio, Nancy Isenberg and Maddalena Pennacchia (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Unipress, 2010.
  • “Dancing with the Stars in Antony and Cleopatra” in Maria Del Sapio, Nancy Isenberg e Maddalena Pennacchia (eds.), Shakespeare and Rome: questioning bodies, geographies, cosmographies,(Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Unipress, 2010), pp. 341-353.
  • “Afterword: A Space for Farther Travel”, Epilogue to Maria Del Sapio, Nancy Isenberg e Maddalena Pennacchia (eds.), Shakespeare and Rome: questioning bodies, geographies, cosmographies, (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Unipress, 2010), pp. 355-359.
  • “Shakespeare’s Rome in Rome’s Wooden ‘O’, in Maria Del Sapio (ed.), Shakespeare and Rome. Identity, Otherness and Empire (London and Burlington (USA): Ashgate, 2009), pp. 175-190.
  • “Latino Spider Bites: Shifting vocabularies of otherness for Bianca in a recent Othello ballet”, in V. Intonti, F. Troisi, M. Vitale (eds.), Forms of Migration/ Migration of Forms (Progeit: 2009), pp. 113-121.
  • “Beyond the Black and White Paradigm: The casting of Othello and Desdemona on the ballet stage”, in Masolino D’Amico e Simona Corso (eds.), Postcolonial Shakespeare, (Roma: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 2009), pp. 157-169.
  • “Feminist Movement and the Balance of Power in John Cranko’s ballet, The Taming of the Shrew (Stuttgart, 1969)”, in Dirk Delabastita, Jozef De Vos and Paul Franssen (eds.), Shakespeare and European Politics, (Newark: Delaware University Press, 2008), pp. 169-178.
  • “Without Swapping Her Skirt for Breeches: The Hypochondria of Giustiniana Wynne, Anglo-Venetian Woman of Letters” in Glen Colburn (ed.), The English Malady: Enabling and Disabling Fictions Glen (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008), pp. 154-176.