Paola Scrolavezza, Università di Bologna

Paola Scrolavezza teaches Japanese Culture and Literature at University of Bologna. Her research and teaching interests include women’s literature, modern and contemporary Japanese literature, Tokyo urban space through literature and film.

Since 2011 she is the curator of NipPop, a project focused on Japanese contemporary artistic expressions, like cinema, anime and manga.

Recent publications include the following monographs and essays: Lo schermo scritto. Letteratura e cinema in Giappone (Libreria Editrice Cafoscarina 2012, con M. R. Novielli); Silhouettes in black: l’ombra del giallo nella scrittura femminile del Giappone contemporaneo (in Japan Pop. Parole, immagini, suoni dal Giappone Contemporaneo, Aracne 2013); Boom du hentai. Le marché mondialisé du porno japonais à l’ère d’internet (in L’art de l’amour au temps de Geishas, Giunti Editore, 2014); Kirino Natsuo, The Grotesque Double Life of a Business Woman (in The Poetics of Ageing: Confronting, Resisting, and Transcending Mortality in the Japanese Narrative Arts, «Proceedings of the Association for Japanese Literary Studies», 2015); Immagini di un’idea: metamorfosi identitarie nell’obiettivo dei fotografi Meiji, (in Arte e Letteratura nelle società in Asia. Aspetti tradizionali e “Renaissance orientale”, Bulzoni Editore 2016); Futakuchi otoko: stage performance and text performativity (in Am Scheideweg der Sprachen. Die poetischen Migrationen von Yoko Tawada, Stauffenberg Verlag GmbH, 2016)

She is also the editor and translator of a critical edition of Hayashi Fumiko Inazuma (Hayashi Fumiko, Lampi, Marsilio, Venezia 2011) and of Ekuni Kaori Kira kira hikaru (Ekuni Kaori, Stella stellina, Atmosphere Edizioni, Roma 2013). Besides she has translated into Italian several works by Japanese authors such as Ogawa Yoko and Higashino Keigo.

contact / paola241265@gmail.com


Laisser un commentaire

Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *

Ce site utilise Akismet pour réduire les indésirables. En savoir plus sur comment les données de vos commentaires sont utilisées.