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Daniela Carpi – Bio

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Daniela Carpi is full professor of English Literature at the Department of English Studies, Faculty of Foreign Literatures, University of Verona.

 

Modules offered

Professor Carpi taught modules to the third year of the Bachelor degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures, to the first and second year of the Master degree in comparative European and Non-European Languages and Literatures, and to the Master degree in Languages and Cultures for Publishing.

She also taught lessons and organised seminars and conferences for the PhD in English Studies and for the PhD in Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.

The main themes ranged among the following subjects:

  • The Elizabethan Age, with particular regard to Shakespeare’s text, from various perspectives:

a) Shakespeare and visual arts; b) legal perspectives in Shakespeare’s texts; c) the concepts of power and legitimacy; d) the iconography of law; d) Law and equity .

  • Development of the English Novel in the Twentieth century
  • Critical Theory
  • Postmodern Revision of Fairy Tales
  • The English Gothic Novel
  • Law and Literature
  • The Postmodern Novel
  • Culture and Civilization from Burke to Cultural Studies
  • Story and narration in the contemporary English Novel

 

Academic Positions

In the last decade, Prof. Carpi occupied the following academic positions:

  • Head of the Doctoral Course in English Studies (2006-2012)
  • Vice-Head of the Doctoral School in the Humanities (2006-2009)
  • Vice-President of AIA (Associazioine Italiana di Anglistica)(2005-2007)
  • Member of AIA board (2003-2005)
  • Member of Comitato Garanti per l’Università della Valle d’Aosta ((2007-2012)
  • Vice-Head of the Department of English Studies (2006-2009)
  • President of the Committee for Internal Affairs for the Faculty of Foreign Literatures (CIVR) (2006-2009)
  • Member of the Giunta di Presidenza for the Faculty of Foreign Literatures (2004-2007)
  • Member of the Giunta of the PhD in Modern Languages, Literature and Cultures (2013-..)
  • Founder and Head of AIDEL: Associazione Italiana di Diritto e Letteratura since 2008.
  • National Referee of the VQR since 2012.
  • Member of the Academia Europaea (July 2014)
  • Member of the scientific board of the Centre for Cultural Studies of the University of Graz (2015)
  • Head of the Committee for Departmental Research of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures since 2015

 

Organisation of conferences and seminars:

  • 2003: “Il diritto patrimoniale nella letteratura del Rinascimento” at the University of Verona.
  • 2004: “L’influsso di Platone sulla letteratura del XX secolo” a collaboration between the University of Verona and Regione Marche. (Sponsored by Regione Marche)
  • 2005: “The Concept of Equity in Law and Literature” at the University of Verona.
  • 2007: “Practising Equity, addressing Law” at the University of Verona.
  • 2009: “Bioethics, Biolaw and Literature” at the University of Verona.
  • 2010: “Diritto e immagine” at the University of Verona.
  • 2010- “Law and Literature: Theory and Practice” at the University Paris III, conference organised by Prof. Carpi and Christian Biet.
  • 2011: “Diritto, letteratura e cultura” at the University of Verona.
  • 2012: “Literature and Human Rights” at the University of Verona.
  • 2013: “Voices of Power/Power of Voices”, November, Verona.
  • 2013: “Diaspora” at Villa Vigoni, Italo-German centre, May, with Prof. Stierstorfer.
  • 2014, “Legal Perspectives on Shakespearean Theatre”, Paris, April, with Prof. Gaakeer.
  • 2014, “Fables of the Law”, Verona, November.
  • 2015, “Cibo come cultura”, Verona, May.
  • 2015, “Visualizing Law”, Verona, 13-15 November.
  • 2016, “As you Law It. Negotiating Shakespeare”, Verona, November.
  • 2017, Monster and monstrosity: from the canon to the anti-canon”, November, Verona.
  • 2017,“Pseudo-modernism and the Transformation of Narrative”, May , Brno, a panel organized with prof. Jeanne Gaakeer within the international conference on “New Trends and Possibilities In Law and Literature “
  • 2017, “Visualizing Shakespearean Justice” a panel within the International conference at John Jay College in New York on “Visualizing Justice”.

 

Erasmus

Prof. Carpi is Erasmus Coordinator for the exchanges of the University of Verona with the Universities of Koeln and Muenster in Germany.

 

PhD at the University of Verona

Professor Carpi was a member of the scientific board from 2003 to 2006, then she was Head of the PhD in English Studies from 2006 to 2012. From 2006 to 2009 she was Vice-head of the PhD School of Humanities. She is currently a member of the scientific board of the PhD in Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (since 2013).

Professor Carpi has been tutoring the following PhD students:

  • Giulia Olivato (currently underway)
  • Roberta Zanoni (currently underway)
  • Anja Meyer (currently underway)
  • Francesca Vitali, “The Contract in Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus” (PhD and Doctor Europaeus in 2014).
  • Roxanne Doerr, “The Debate Between the Concepts of Justice and Equity in the XX century Anglo-Saxon Legal Thriller” (PhD and Doctor Europaeus in 2012). PhD Thesis co-tutored by the University of Koeln.
  • Eleonora Cecchin, “The Trial in English Literature: Ian McEwan’s Evidence”, (PhD in 2012).
  • Valentina Adami, “Bioethical Issues in Margaret Atwood’s Narrative” (PhD in 2010).
  • Laura Apostoli, “Literary Investigations into Bioethics and Biolaw: Jodi Picoult’s Confrontational Novels”, (PhD in 2011). Doctor Apostoli’s thesis won the prize for best thesis awarded by AIA: Associazione nazionale di Anglistica in 2013, published by Carocci.
  • Alice Bendinelli, “Vision and Desire in Jonathan Coe’s novels” (PhD in 2006).

 

PRIN

Prof. Carpi was National coordinator of the following PRIN projects:

  • 2005 PRIN “Fra legge ed equità: il concetto di equità nella legge e nella letteratura inglese”. The project was sponsored by MUIR.
  • 2007 “Bioethics and Biolaw in English Literature”, the project received a positive evaluation but no financing.
  • 2008  “Il concetto di persona legale in letteratura inglese e nel diritto”, the project received a positive evaluation but no financing.
  • 2009 “Le immagini del diritto nella letteratura inglese e nelle arti”, the project received a positive evaluation but no financing.
  • 2011 “La mobilità culturale in Europa: costruzione di testi, costruzione di culture”, Prof. Carpi was the local coordinator of the project while the project’s national coordinator was Prof. Carla Dente of the University of Pisa. The project received a positive evaluation

   

Partecipation to conferences on invitation:

  • 2003- Invitation to the Conference organised by the University of Zaragoza on “Memory, Imagination and Desire in Contemporary Anglo-American Literature”, with a presentation titled: “From Past to Future: the Postmodern City in Literature and Cinema”.
  • 2004- Invitation to the Conference organised by Cardozo School of Law of New York celebrating the 20th anniversary of the publication of Richard Weisberg’s book The Failure of the Word, with a paper on: “Law, Discretion, Equity in The Merchant of Venice and Measure for Measure”.
  • 2004- Invitation to the Conference “Inscenare/Interpretare Otello” organised by the University of Trieste, speech titled “Crisi della concezione estetica in Otello”.
  • 2006- Invitation to the Conference “Literature and Visual Arts”, with a speech on “Cinema as Transfiguration: Tracy Chevalier from Painting to Narration to Cinema back to Painting”.
  • 2006- Invitation to the Conference “Droit et Justice dans l’Europe de la Renaissance” organised by the University of Troyes, speech titled: “Faustus must «buy my service with his soul»: the immoral contract in Dr. Faustus”.
  • 2007- Invitation to the International Conference organised by the University of Warwick on “Shakespeare and the Law”, participation with a paper: “Law and its Subversion in Romeo and Juliet
  • 2007- Invitation to the University of Szeged to the Conference “Iconology of Law and Order”, with a speech titled: “Iconological subversion of the law in P.D. James’s A Certain Justice“.
  • 2007- Conference on “European Cultural Studies” organised by the University of Linköping, Sweden, with a speech on: “William Golding’s Lord of the Flies: The Failure of the Law”.
  • 2009- International Conference organised by the Italian-German centre in Villa Vigoni on “Dialogues on Justice. European Perspectives on Law and Humanities”, speech titled: “Renaissance into Postmodernism: Anticipations of Legal Unrest”.
  • 2009- Conference organised by the University of Viterbo on Thriller. Speech with the title: “Morality Play di Barry Unsworth: la messa in scena della legge”.
  • 2009- Invitation by the University of Lugano, Franklin College, to the Conference “Intesections of Law and Culture”, with a speech with the title “Iconological Subversion of the Law in P.D. James’s A Certain Justice
  • 2009- Invitation by the University of Muenster to the Conference “Constructions of Home”, speech titled: ““The Law Firm as the House/ Home of Law in P.D.James’ A Certain Justice
  • 2010- Conference organised by Prof. Carpi and Christian Biet at the University of Paris III on “Law and Literature. Theory and Practice”, speech titled: “Equity: Assessing the Results of a project”.
  • 2011- Invitation by the Franklin College of the University of Lugano to the Conference “Intersections of Law and Culture: Human Rights”, with a speech titled: “Human Rights and children’s rights: some literary examples”.
  • 2011-Conference organised by the Royal Institute of Technology di Stockholm on “Visualizing Law and Authority”, speech with the title “Crime evidence: ‘Simulacres et Simulations’ Photography as Forensic evidence”.
  • 2011- Conference organised by the University of Paris-Nanterre on “Law, Language and Literature”, speech titled: “A Biojuridical reading of Dracula”.
  • 2012- International Conference “Gardens of Justice”, at the l’University of Stocholm. Speech with the title: ““The Gothic Picturesque Garden and the Historical Sense”.
  • 2013- Invitation by the National Forensic Council to give a speech on “Law ands…”
  • 2013- University of Torino, Invitation to the Conference on Law and Religion. Speech with the title: “Diritto e religione: esempi dal romanzo gotico inglese”.
  • 2013- Invitation by London Birkbeck College to the conference “Law, Culture and the Humanities”, with a speech on: “Violation of Human Rights in the Post-Holocaust Era”.
  • 2013- Invitation by the University of Graz to the Conference “Law and Literature. Possibilities and Boundaries of Inter- and Transdisciplinarity”, with a speech on: “From Law and Literature to the many law-ands…”
  • 2014, March 13-14: Invitation by the University of Lund to the conference “Art, Life and the Rule of Law”. Speech on “Jodi Picoult’s ‘My Sister’s Keeper’: new definitions of human dignity in novel and film”
  • 2015 -March 27-29, Villa Vigoni, Conference “Finzione e simulazione: teorie, metodi, pratiche”. Speech on: “Digital Narration of Law”.
  • 2015- May 6-9, University of Zaragoza, Conference on “MEMORY FRICTIONS: CONFLICT-NEGOTIATION-POLITICS”. Speech with the title: “Cultural Mobility as a Consequence of Diaspora”.
  • 2015- June 28-29, Conference at the University of Kent. Speech with the title: “Equity as Human dignity”.
  • 2015- September 7-9, Conference at the University of Darmstadt on “Symbiosis-Synergy of Human and Technology”. 1) Speech with the title: “Bioethics and Biolaw through Literature: a literary investigation into ethics, technology, and law”. 2) Speech with the title: Monsters and humans in Angela Carter’s revision of the fairy tale.
  • 2016- 14-16 December, Conference “Borders of Modernism” at the University of Perugia. Paper titled “Culture vs Civilisation. A Modernist Discourse”.
  • 2016- 6 December, at the University of Luzern. Lecture on “Shakespeare in Between: Law and Literature”
  • 2017- 26-28 April, University of Zaragoza, Conference “Transmodern Perspectives on Contemporary Literatures in English”. Paper: “What after Postmodernism?”
  • 2017- 25 April, Lesson at the University of Zaragoza on “Fairy Tales in the Postmodern World”.
  • 2017, 31 May – 2 June, University of Brno. Seminar co-convened with Prof. Jeanne Gaakeer “New Trends and Possibilities in Law and Literature”.
  • 2017- 5-6 June, University of Verona, Department of Law Studies, Conference on hybris. Paper: “From Doctor Faustus’s ‘hybris’ to contemporary posthumanism”

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

A) JOURNAL

2007- Founding of the journal Pólemos, Law Literature and Culture, at first published by Carocci, afterwards by Giappichelli and, since 2012 by DeGruyter, Berlin/Boston. The Journal is rated as A class in ANVUR classification. Prof. Carpi is the managing editor of the journal.

 

B) MANAGING EDITOR OF THE FOLLOWING SERIES

Professor Carpi is the managing editor of the following series:
1) ”Culture” for the publishing house Ombre Corte, Verona, since 2006
2) “Agon” for the publishing house Ombre Corte, Verona, since 2008
3) “Law and Literature” with Prof. Klaus Stierstorfer for the publishing house DeGruyter, Berlin/Boston since 2009.

 

C) MONOGRAPHS:

  • Sintomi di Modernità. Trasformazione di Convenzioni Drammatiche nel Teatro Rinascimentale Inglese, Bologna, Editrice Compositori, 1990.
  • L’Ansia della Scrittura. Parola e Silenzio nella Narrativa Inglese Contemporanea, Napoli, Liguori, 1995.
  • In Limine. Cultura ed enigma, Firenze, Alinea, 1997.
  • Fairy Tales in the Postmodern World. No Tales for Children, Winter, Heidelberg, 2016


D) EDITINGS (With a theoretical introduction and an essay):

  1. Shakespeare and the Law, Ravenna, Longo, 2003
  2. Letteratura e scienza, Bologna, Re Enzo, 2003
  3. Focus on Literature and Science, numero monografico della rivista Anglistik, n. 1, 2004, Frankfurt am Mein.
  4. Property Law in Renaissance Literature, Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2005
  5. Why Plato? The Influence of Plato on Twentieth Century English Literature, Winter, Heidelberg, 2005
  6. Platone nostro contemporaneo. L’influsso di Platone sulla letteratura del ventesimo secolo, Librati, Ascoli Piceno, 2005
  7. The Concept of Equity: an Interdisciplinary Assessment, Winter, Heidelberg, 2007.
  8. Practising Equity, Addressing Law. Equity in Law and Literature, Winter, Heidelberg, 2008.
  9. Polemos 1/2007, “Law &”,  (Introduction with Monateri and Somma)
  10.   Polemos 2/2007, “Diritto e religione” (Introduction with Monateri and Somma
  11. Textus, 3/2008, “Literature and Law”, focus with Ian Ward
  12. Polemos, Diritto e Cultura, 2/2008,  “Diritto e corpo” focus with P.G.Monateri
  13. Polemos, 1/2008 “Legge ed equità”, focus with P.G.Monateri
  14.  Symbolism, a Journal of Critical Aesthetics, on “Literature and Painting”, 2008.
  15.  Pòlemos, “Iconologia del diritto”, n. 2/2009.
  16.  Polemos “Il potere come fenomeno culturale”, 2/2010.
  17.  Bioethics and Biolaw Through Literature,  De Gruyter, Berlin/New York, 2011
  18. Polemos “Spettacolarizzazione del diritto”, 1/2011.
  19. (with Sidia Fiorato), Iconologia del Potere. Rappresentazioni della sovranità nel Rinascimento, Ombre Corte, Verona, 2011
  20. Polemos “Legal Metaphor”, 6/1, 2012
  21. Polemos “Identity”, 6/2, 2012
  22. Medicina e bioetica nella letteratura inglese contemporanea, Cierre Grafica, Verona, 2012.
  23. D.Carpi e Jeanne Gaakeer eds, Liminal Discourses. Subliminal Tensions in Law and Literature, Berlin/Boston, DeGruyter, 2013
  24.  Pólemos (9.1.2015) “Legal Perspectives in Shakespearean Theatre” with Prof. Gaakeer.
  25.  Pólemos (8/1/2014) “Law Literature and Culture”.
  26. Riccardo III: dal testo alla scena, Emil di Odoya, Bologna, 2016.
  27. Edition of the volume Fables of the Law, with Marett Leiboff, DeGruyter, Berlin, 2016.
  28.  Edition of the volume Diaspora, Law and Literature, with Klaus Stierstorfer (University of Muenster), DeGruyter, 2017 (with introduction).

 

 

E) ESSAYS IN VOLUMES AND JOURNALS

  1. “Si può parlare di moralità nelle commedie di Thomas Middleton?”- Atti dell’Accademia delle Scienze dell’Istituto di Bologna, Classe di Scienze Morali, vol. LXII,1973-74.
  2. ” Per un’interpretazione psicanalitica di A Severed Head di Iris Murdoch”, Il Lettore di Provincia ,n.33, Luglio 1978.
  3. “Emanuel Carnevali: un esempio di emigrazione culturale”, Convergenze III, Bologna, Tipografia Compositori, 1978.
  4. Darkness Visible di William Golding: una metafora della storia della salvezza”, Atti del V Convegno Nazionale dell’Associazione Italiana di Anglistica ,Bologna, Clueb, 1983.
  5. ” I romanzi di occultismo di Dennis Wheatley: tra metafisico e sociale”, Quaderni di Filologia Germanica della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell’Università di Bologna,vol. II, 1982.
  6. ” Emanuel Carnevali: an Italian Emigrant to the United States or an American Emigrant to Italy?” , In Their Own Words ,vol.II, n.I, Winter 1984.
  7. ” Golding bambino”, presentazione e traduzione del racconto di William Golding, La Scala e l’Albero , pubblicato in In Forma di Parole ,anno VI, n. IV, 1985.
  8. “Emanuel Carnevali and Guido Gozzano: an analysis of a literary influence “, Rivista di Studi Anglo- Americani,Anno III, n.4-5, Piovan Editore, Abano Terme, 1985.
  9. Murder in the Cathedral e The Power and the Glory:un esempio di contaminazione letteraria”, Quaderni di Filologia Germanica della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell’Università di Bologna ,vol. IV, 1988.
  10. “Del Sublime: studi recenti per una categoria espressiva”, Lingua e Stile ,n.4, Dicembre 1988.
  11. ” Il racconto del sogno: Bruno’s Dream di Iris Murdoch e Pincher Martin di William Golding”, Lingua e Stile ,n.3, settembre 1989.
  12. ” Parodia come fine dell’illusione mimetica in Mantissa di John Fowles”, Lingua e Stile, n.2, giugno 1990.
  13. ” Charlotte Smith: una scrittrice impegnata nei fermenti rivoluzionari” , Lingua e Stile ,n. I, marzo 1992.
  14. “Il giardino come metafora e metamorfosi in The Virgin in the Garden di A.S.Byatt”, in Raccontare i Giardini, a cura di Daniela Carpi, Giovanna Franci, Giovanna Silvani, Milano, Angelo Guerini ed., 1993.
  15. Doctor Faustus di Christopher Marlowe: il fascino perverso della scrittura”, Il Lettore di Provincia, dicembre 1993.
  16. King John o della proliferazione della parola”, in King John, Dal Testo alla Scena, a cura di Mariangela Tempera, Clueb, Bologna, 1993.
  17. ” Il problema dell’immaginazione artistica nella narrativa di Ivy Compton-Burnett”, Merope, Gennaio 1994
  18. The Magus di John Fowles da The Tempest di William Shakespeare: studio di un rapporto di filiazione” in Shakespeare e la sua eredità, atti del XV Convegno dell’Associazione Italiana di Anglistica, Zara, Parma, 1993.
  19. “L’atto dell’interpretazione in The Merchant of Venice“, in The Merchant of Venice, dal testo alla scena, a cura di Mariangela Tempera, Clueb, Bologna, 1994.
  20. “Tintin in the New World: revision d’un mythe”, in Tintin, Hergé et la Belgité, a cura di A.Soncini Fratta, Bologna, Clueb, 1994.
  21. “The Taming of the Shrew:fra legge ed equità”, in The Taming of the Shrew. Dal testo allA Scena, a cura di M.Tempera, Bologna, Clueb, 1997.
  22. “The Crisis of the Social Subject in the Contemporary English Novel” in European Journal of English Studies, vol. 1, n.2, 1997, pp. 65-183.
  23. “Perchè il fantastico?” introduzione e cura di: B.Stoker, Il segreto del fiorire dell’oro, Bologna, Re Enzo, 1998.
  24. ” Literature and Painting: John Banville’s artistic trilogy”, in Englishes, n.7, 1999.
  25. “Scrittura e realtà: cronaca di un divorzio annunciato”, I Martedì, Re Enzo, Bologna, febbraio 1999.
  26. The Infernal Desire Machine of Dr Hoffmann di Angela Carter: fantasia e conoscenza”, Strumenti Critici, n.2, maggio 1999.
  27. “La storia? E’ finita”, I Martedì, Re Enzo, Bologna, aprile 1999.
  28. “Legge e sua sovversione in Romeo and Juliet“, in Rileggere/Re-Reading Romeo and Juliet, a cura di Angelo righetti, Collana Saggi e Testi del Dipartimento di Anglistica dell’Università di Verona, 1999.
  29. “Twentieth-century Revision of Myth: the Myths of Writing” in R.Todd and L.Flora eds., Theme Parks, Rainforests and Sprouting Wastelands. European Essays on Theory and Performance in Contemporary British Fiction, Rodopi, Amsterdam and Atlanta, 2000.
  30. “L’intramarsi della conoscenza: letteratura e cultura” in Studi di Estetica, n.23, 2001
  31. “Borghesi e Mercanti: la nuova società capitalistica in The Merchant of Venice” in Strumenti Critici, n.27, settembre 2001.
  32. “The Thriller and Its Dissolution: the Postmodern Revision of a Literary Trend” in Textus, n. XIV, 2001.
  33. “Hypertext and Mystery: a Re-reading of John Fowles” Anglistik, April, 2002
  34. “Il paesaggio di morte nel teatro elisabettiano-giacobiano” Il Lettore di Provincia, settembre/dicembre 2002, anno XXXIII, fasc. 115, pp. 41-50
  35. “The Best Plagiarist is the Best Poet: Ackroyd Re-reads Wilde” in G.Franci e G.Silvani eds, The Importance of Being Misunderstood, Bologna, Patron, 2003, pp. 143-153.
  36. “Hermes God of Thieves: Plagiarism in Twentieth Century Literature” in M.Billi e Nicholas Brownlees eds., In and Around the Sixties, Viterbo, Settecittà, 2003, pp. 207-218.
  37. “Validità/invalidità del contratto in Doctor Faustus di Christopher Marlowe”, in AAVV.. Variis Linguis, numero speciale della rivista Quaderni della Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere dell’Università di Verona, maggio 2004
  38. “From Past to Future: the Postmodern City in Literature and Cinema”, in Constanza Del Rìo Alvaro e Luis Miguel Garcìa-Mainar eds., Memory, Imagination and Desire in XContemporary Anglo-American Literature and Film, Winter, Heidelberg, 2004.
  39. Prospero’s Books and The Tempest: Science, Magic and Painting” in M. Tempera e P. Kennan, Metamophosing Shakespeare: Mutual Illuminations of the Arts, Clueb, Bologna, 2004
  40. “A Just and Open trial: The Trial Based on Circumstantial Evidence in The Winter’s Tale”, in M.Tempera ed., Shakespeare: The Comedies, Clueb, Bologna, 2005
  41. “Law, Discretion, Equity in The Merchant of Venice and Measure for Measure”, Cardozo Law Review, vol. 26, May 2005, N.6
  42. “Nigel Dennis and Alfred Adler: A Study in Identity”, Symbolism, An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics, vol. 5, New York, 2005.
  43. “Londra come architettura simbolica nei romanzi di Peter Ackroyd” , La Torre di Babele, n.3, 2005, pp. 115-129.
  44. Introduzione al volume (e traduzione) di Geoffrey Hartman, Cicatrici dello spirito, Ombre Corte, Verona, 2006.
  45. “Crisi della concezione estetica in Otello” in a cura di G.Restivo e R.Crivelli, Inscenare/Interpretare Otello, il Rossetti, Università degli Studi di Trieste, 2006.
  46. “Bill Manhire’s South Pacific: A Poet’s Experiment with the Short Story” in Angelo Righetti ed., Theory and Practice of the Short Story: Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific, Università di Verona, Dipartimento di Anglistica, Saggi e Testi 2006.
  47. “Cinema as Transfiguration: Tracy Chevalier from Painting to Narration to Cinema back to Painting” Anglistik, Heidelberg, vol 18, Issue 1, March 2007.
  48. “Equity in Classical Times”, Polemos, 1/2008
  49. “Law and its Subversion in Romeo and Juliet” in Shakespeare and the Law, G.Watt and P. Raffield eds., Hart publishing, Oxford, 2008
  50. “William Golding’s Lord of the Flies: The Failure of the Law”, Inter: A European Cultural Studies: Conference in Sweden 11–13 June 2007, Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet,
  51. “Evil and Art: the case of William Golding’s Free Fall” Polemos, 2/2007, pp. 19-33.
  52.   “A Leap in the Dark: Füssli ReReading Shakespeare”,  Symbolism,  2008, pp. 69-83
  53.  “Iconological subversion of the law in P.D. James’s  A Certain Justice “ in Polemos, “Iconologia del diritto”, 2/2009,  pp.28-35
  54.  “Faustus must «buy my service with his soul»: the immoral contract in Dr. Faustus” in  Droit et Justice dans l’Europe de la Renaissance, Actes réunis par J.-P. Pittion avec la collaboration de St. Geonget, Paris, Honoré Champion Éditeur, coll. “Le savoir de Mantice”, 2009, pp.81-90.
  55.  “Introduction” to Symbolism, a Journal of Critical Aesthetics, AMS Press, New York,  2008, pp. 1-17
  56.  “Prospero’s Books by  Peter Greenaway and The Tempest by William Shakespeare  science, magic, and painting”  In Symbolism, a Journal of Critical Aesthetics, AMS  Press, New York,  2008,
  57.  “La parola iconica tra scrittura e immagine in Prospero’s Books di Peter Greenaway” in Chiara Battisti ed. , L’immagine e la parola. Percorsi tra letteratura e storia dell’arte, Ombre Corte, Verona, 2010, pp.27-37.
  58. “William Golding’s Lord of the Flies: the Failure of the Law”, Polemos, 1/2010, pp. 194-206.
  59.  “Power and Legitimacy in King Lear, King John, Julius Caesar”, Polemos, 2/2010,  pp.85-98.
  60.  “Il potere come fenomeno culturale”, Polemos, 2/2010, pp.VII- VIII.
  61.  “The Law Firm as the House/ Home of Law in P.D.James’ A Certain Justice”  in Klaus Stierstorfer ed., Constructions of Home. Interdisciplinary Studies in Architecture, Law and Literature, AMS Press, New York, 2010, pp. 23-35.
  62.  “Equity: Assessing the Results of a Project”, in Law and Humanities, vol.5, issue 1, Summer 2011, 221-229.
  63.  “Law and Culture” Prologue to H.Porsdam and T.Elholm eds, Dialogues on Justice. European Perspectives on Law and Humanities, Berlin and Boston, DeGruyter, 2012, pp. 3-14.
  64.  “Antonia Byatt’s Fairy Tales as Metaphors for the Artistic Act” in Symbolism.An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics, AMS Press, New York, 2011, Special Focus “Metaphor”,  vol.11, pp. 37-50.
  65. “Legal Metaphor” focus to Polemos, A Journal of Law, Literature and Culture, 6/1/2012, pp.1-6.
  66. “The Garden as the Law in the Renaissance: A nature metaphor in a legal setting” , Polemos, 6/1/2012, pp. 33-4
  67. “Identity” Focus to Polemos 6/2/2012, pp. 145-149
  68. “A Biojuridical reading of Dracula” , Polemos 6/2/2012, pp. 169-182
  69.  “Introduzione “ a D.Carpi ed., Medicina e bioetica nella letteratura inglese contemporanea, Cierre Grafica, Verona, 2012, pp.7-22.
  70. “Violazione dei diritti umani nell’epoca dell’Olocausto e del Post-Olocausto” in D.Carpi ed. Medicina e bioetica nella letteratura inglese contemporanea, Cierre Grafica, Verona, 2012, pp.165-197.
  71.  “The Devil’s Law Case by John Webster: Legal Fraudulence or New Professionalism?” in L.Colombo, M.Dal Corso, R.Gorris Camos, P.Frassi, S.Genetti, P.Ligas, P.Perazzolo (a cura di), La sensibilità della ragione. Studi in omaggio a Franco Piva, Fiorini, Verona, 2012, pp. 6-17.
  72.  “Crime evidence: ‘Simulacres et Simulations’ Photography as Forensic evidence” in Leif. Dahlberg (ed), Visualizing Law and Authority. Essays on Legal Aesthetics, (Berlin/Boston: DeGruyter, 2012), 253-265.
  73. “Law ands…”, in Contratto e impresa E043111 – issn: 1123-5055 (attiva dal1985), Cedam – Padova,  4/5, 2013, http://www.contrattoeimpresa.it/ , pp.1189-1199
  74.  D.Carpi, “Introduction: The Sublime of Law” introduzione a D.Carpi e Jeanne Gaakeer eds, Liminal Discourses. Subliminal Tensions in Law and Literature, Berlin/Boston, DeGruyter, 2013, pp. 1-14.
  75.   “Renaissance into Postmodernism: Anticipations of Legal Unrest” in  D.Carpi e Jeanne Gaakeer eds, Liminal Discourses. Subliminal Tensions in Law and Literature, Berlin/Boston, DeGruyter, 2013, pp.179-191
  76.  “Law and Aesthetics in Othello”, in Le Cabinet du Curieux. Culture, Savoirs, Religion de l’Antiquité à l’Ancien Régime, Mélanges en l’honneur de Jean-Paul Pittion sous la direction de Witold Konstanty Pietrzak et Magdalena Koźluk, Paris, Classiques Garnier, 2013, pp.79-90. ISBN 978-2-8124-0899-1 (livre broché)  ISBN 978-2-8124-0900-4 (livre relié) ISSN 2107-1829
  77.  “The Gothic Picturesque Garden and the Historical Sense”, in lemos, 7/2, 2013, pp. 269-284.
  78.  “Diritto e religion: esempi dal romanzo gotico inglese”, Cosmo, Comparative Studies in Modernism, 3/2013, pp. 31-40, ISSN 2281-6658. 
  79. Focus: Law, Literature and Popular Culture”, lemos, 8/1, 2014, pp. 1-9.
  80. Violation of Human Rights in Holocaust /Post-Holocaust Era”, lemos, 8/1, 2014, pp175-192.
  81. Dehumanizing the Enemy: How to Avoid Human Rights” in Ian Ward ed, Literature and Human Rights, DeGruyter, Berlin/Munich/Boston, 2015, pp, 101-112.
  82. Romeo and Juliet: The Importance of a Name”, lemos (9.1.2015), 37-50.
  83. Law and..”: A Proposal for Further Interdisciplinary Approaches”, pp.105-118, in C.Hielbaum, S.Knaller and D.Pichler, Law and Literature In-Between, (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2015).
  84. Sacralization/de-sacralization of Caesar’s body in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar”, Polemos 9.2.2015, pp.281-294
  85. Riccardo III: rielaborazione di un trauma narcisistico”, in Riccardo III: dal testo alla scena, a cura di Daniela Carpi, Emil di Odoya, Bologna, 2016, pp. 79-96.
  86. The funeral oration over Caesar’s body: Techniques of mass communication” in Sidia Fiorato e John Drakakis eds., Performing the Renaissance Body, DeGruyter, Berlin, 2016, pp. 183-206.
  87. The language of Clothing and the law”, in Polemos, 1/ 2016 (Focus: “Law, Fashion and Identity”), pp.143-156
  88. Introduzione a Fables of the Law, D. Carpi and Marett Leiboff eds, DeGruyter, Berlin and Boston, 201
  89. Fables of the Holocaust: Hansel and Gretel” in D. Carpi and Marett Leiboff eds, Fables of the Law, DeGruyter, Berlin and Boston, 2016
  90.  “Sacralization/de-sacralization of Caesar’s body in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar”, Polemos 9.2.2015, pp.281-294.
  91.  “Riccardo III: rielaborazione di un trauma narcisistico”, in Riccardo III: dal testo alla scena, ed. Daniela Carpi, Emil di Odoya, Bologna, 2016, pp. 79-96.
  92.  “The funeral oration over Caesar’s body: Techniques of mass communication” in Sidia Fiorato e John Drakakis eds., Performing the Renaissance Body, DeGruyter, Berlin, 2016, pp. 183-206.
  93.  “The language of Clothing and the law”, in Polemos, 1/ 2016 (Focus: “Law, Fashion and Identity”), pp.143-156.
  94. Introduzione a Fables of the Law, D. Carpi and Marett Leiboff eds, DeGruyter, Berlin and Boston, 2016
  95.  “Fables of the Holocaust: Hansel and Gretel” in D. Carpi and Marett Leiboff eds, Fables of the Law, DeGruyter, Berlin and Boston, 2016
  96. “Jodi Picoult’s My Sister’s Keeper: new definitions of human dignity in novel and film”, pp.411-429, Polemos 10.2, 2016.
  97.  “Cultural Mobility and Diaspora. The Case of Philip Roth’s Operation Shylock”, pp. 187-204, in D.Carpi and K.Stierstorfer eds, Diaspora, Law and Literature, DeGruyter, 2017.
  98.  “Contracts in literature: from Doctor Faustus to vampires” (forthcoming in the volume Comparative Contract Law ed. Prof. Monateri published by Edward Elgar).(2017)
  99.  “Contracts in literature: from Doctor Faustus to vampires” in Piergiuseppe Monateri ed. Comparative Contract Law , Edward Elgar, 2017.

 


F.Translations

  1. John Maynard Keynes, Trattato sulla probabilità , Bologna, Clueb, 1994.
  2. Geoffrey Hartman, Cicatrici dello spirito. Lotta contro l’inautenticità , Verona, Ombre Corte, 2006. (translation and introduction)

 

G) REVIEWS

1. Review of Mukherji Subha, Law and Representation in Early Modern Drama, Cambridge, ISBN 13-978-0-521-85035-3, Melbourne, New York, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, Sao Paulo, Cambridge University Press, 2006, pp. 291. Pubblicata in Comparative Drama, Vol.41, n.2, Summer 2007, pp.264-267.

2. Review of Richard Sherwin, Visualising Law in the Age of the Digital Baroque: Arabesques and Entanglements, Routledge, 2011, in Pólemos 1/2011

3. Review of François Ost, Shakespeare. La Comédie de la loi, Michalon, Paris, 20

4. Review of Maik Goth, Monsters and the Poetic Imagination in The Faerie Queen, Manchester, Manchester University press, 2015 (for Anglistik 2016)

5. Review of Bjôrn Quiring, Shakespeare’s Curse. The Aporias of Ritual Exclusion in Early Modern Royal Drama, Routledge, London and New York, 2014, in International Journal of English Studies (IJES), vol. 16 (1), 2016, pp.101-113. Print ISSN: 1578-7044; Online ISSN: 1989-6131

6.Review of Gary Watt, “Shakespeare’s Acts of Will”, Bloomsbury, 2016, Polemos, 2/2016

7. Review of Regina Schwartz, Loving Shakespeare, Living Justice (2016)

 

H) WEB SITES:

Creation and management of the following websites:
equity.lawliterature.eu
www.aidel.it

 

 

I) SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES:

  1. Professor Carpi is a member of the scientific committee of the following journals and series:
  2. Journal Anglistik,  Università di Heidelberg.
  3. Journal  Symbolism, AMS Press, New York.
  4. Journal La Torre di Babele, Università di Parma.
  5. Journal Law and Humanities, University of Warwick, Hart publishing.
  6. Cardozo Law Journal (Università di Trento)
  7. Cosmo, Comparative Studies in Modernism (Univ. of Turin)
  8. Since 2015 – Series “Law and Humanities” published by Edinburgh University Press
  9. Since 2016 – Series “Shakespeare dal testo alla scena”, for the publishing house Emil di Odoya of Bologna
  10. Member of the scientific board of the Centre for Cultural Studies of the University of Graz (2015)

 

 

L) Memberships

  • AIA Associazione Italiana di Anglistica
  • ESSE European Society for the Study of English
  • IASEMS Italian Association for Shakespeare and Early Modern Studies
  • AIDEL Associazione Italiana di Diritto e Letteratura
  • Member of Villa Vigoni, Italo-German cultural centre of excellency
  • Member of Academia Europaea (since July 2014)
  • Member of the scientific board of the Centre for Cultural Studies of the University of Graz

 

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