Stefano Rozzoni

Affiliation: University of Bergamo

Research Areas:
Period: 19th Century Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Eco-Gothic, Spirituality and Religion
Genres and Media: Arts, Poetry, Virtual Gothic

Stefano Rozzoni (PhD) is a Postdoc Research Fellow at the University of Bergamo (Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures). He previously worked as a Postdoc University Assistant at the University of Graz, Austria. He holds a PhD in Transcultural Studies in Humanities from the University of Bergamo, as well as a PhD in Literary and Cultural Studies (cotutelle) from Justus-Liebig-University Gie├čen, where he collaborated with the Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC) as a member of the International PhD Programme “Literary and Cultural Studies” and an affiliate member of the PhdNet Literary and Cultural Studies.

His upcoming monograph provides an ecocritical and posthuman perspective on Edward Marsh’s anthology Georgian Poetry 1911-1922. Dr. Rozzoni’s research interests in the Environmental Humanities and Posthumanism encompass: the pastoral, Modernist literature, contemporary environmental narratives in Anglophone literature and culture across various media (films, videogames, contemporary art) and themes such as urban and rural spaces and places, franciscan philosophy, economic discourse, and ecofascism.