teaches German literature at the University of Roma Tre. His main research interests include the twentieth-century German literature and theater, cultural studies and literary theory, as well as the relationship between geography and literature. He is the author of The lost sentinel. Ernst Jünger and the Great War (Florence 1993) and The literature of German-speaking Switzerland (Rome 2001). Among other things, he edited the volumes Topographies of literature (2007), Atlas of German literature (2009), Cultural icons of Europe (2009), Beyond the text. Literary criticism and cultural studies (2011), Figures and forms of cultural memory (2011). He was visiting professor at the University of Frankfurt, DAAD fellow at the same University and Fellow at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies. He edits the series of Cultural Sciences at the publisheing houses Quodlibet, welTheatro and L’orma.


Dino Buzzetti made availabe to the NH group his paper on complexity, biology and textual studies. NH will publish in this […]

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