Dr. Sara Marzioli

EDUCATION/BACKGROUND
  • MA and Ph.D. Comparative Literature, The Pennsylvania State University, 2013

FIELDS OF STUDY

  • Italian and African Diasporic Literatures
  • Transnational Modernism
  • Narrative and History
  • World Literature
  • Film Studies

PUBLICATIONS

Articles

  • “Snapshots of the Eternal City: Ralph Ellison in Rome.” Modernism/Modernity. 24:3 (Fall 2017).
  • “The Subterranean Performance of History between Harlem and Rome in William Demby’s The Catacombs.” African American Review. 47.2-3 (Fall 2014): 417-29.
  • “Ralph Ellison’s Exceptional Diaspora: The View From Rome.” Atlantic Studies 9.4 (December 2012): 447-66.

Book Chapters

  • “Conservative and Internationalist: George Schuyler’s Pulp Fiction and The Imperialism of The Oppressed,” in Nerds, Wonks, and Neo-Cons, edited by Jonathan P. Eburne and Benjamin Schreier, Indiana UP, 2016.

Book Reviews

  • Barbara Alfano. The Mirage of America in Contemporary Italian Literature and Film. Comparative Literature Studies (54:1) 2017.
  • Gutiérrez Rodríguez Encarnación, Shirley Anne Tate, eds., Creolizing Europe. Legacies and Transformations. Postcolonial Studies (18:4) 2015.

WORKS IN PROGRESS

  • The Color of The Archive: Afro-Modernism Between the Atlantic and The Mediterranean (Book manuscript)
  • “Worldliness and Synesthesia of Image and Sound in P. P. Pasolini’s Notes for An African Oresteia.” (Article)