University of Bologna
Elena Lamberti teaches North American Literature and Media Studies at the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at the University of Bologna. Her areas of research include: Anglo-American Modernism, Literature and Technology, Cultural Memory, War Literature.
She has published books and essays on English and Anglo-American Modernism, as well as Anglo-American culture of the late 20th Century. Her volume Marshall McLuhan’s Mosaic. Probing the Literary Origins of Media Studies was a finalist for the 2013 Canada Prizes and received the 2016 Award for Outstanding Book in the Field of Media Ecology.
She coordinated the EU/Canada Cultural Project: “PERFORMIGRATIONS: People Are the Territory” (www.performigrations.eu) investigating shifting ideas on/of ‘mobility’ (both cultural and technological).
Ana R. Calero
University of Valencia
Ana R. Calero Valera
Ana R. Calero Valera, Senior Lecturer of German Studies at the University of Valencia (Spain), received her PhD. from the same university with a dissertation about Heiner Müller’s rewriting of Shakespeare’s plays. Her current research centers on German Documentary Theatre and Freies Theater, and on topics such as migration, globalization, and the representation of perpetrators in literary texts.
At present, she is Vice-Dean of Internationalization and Participation of the Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication of the University of Valencia (Spain), and coordinator of the project “INNOVA-TEA” on innovation in educational methodologies through drama techniques (Lecture-Performance and Radio-Podcast).