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Maddalena Pennacchia

Maddalena Pennacchia is Associate Professor of English Literature at Roma Tre University. She is a member of the Executive Board of the MA Course of “Languages of Tourism and Intercultural Communication” where she teaches “Literary Tourism”. She is the author of Il mito di Corinne (Carocci, 2001) on the female Grand Tour and of a book on Shakespeare and intermediality, with a specific focus on new media and technologies (Shakespeare intermediale, Editoria e Spettacolo, 2012). She is co-editor, together with Marinella Rocca Longo, of Turismo creativo e identità culturale (Roma TrE-Press, 2015) and general editor of the book series “Turismi e culture” (together with Rocca Longo) published by Roma TrE-press. On the topic of tourism, travel and leisure she has published a number of articles the most recent of which is “Adaptation-Induced Tourism for Consumers of Literature on Screen: the Experience of Jane Austen Fans” (in Almatourism, vol. 6, n. 4, 2015, pp. 261-68). She co-convened a research seminar on “Shakespeare, European Tourism and Beyond” at the ESRA Congress (June/July 2015, University of Worcester, UK) and is currently co-editing the proceedings. She co-convened literary summer schools in Rome (2014), Stratford-Upon-Avon (2015) and Oxford (2016) with the aim of closely relating teaching/ learning processes to tourism and leisure experiences. She is a member of the Local Scientific and Organising Committee for “ENTER 2017 eTourism Conference Italian Day”, to be held at Roma Tre University (January 27th, 2017). EMAIL:

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