'The Poetics of Uncontrollability in Keats's Endymion': A talk by Anna Anselmo
Friday 29 March at 5 p.m.
Advance booking not essential/ Participation included in the standard museum entrance ticket.
Anna Anselmo is a PhD in English Literature in the Department of Linguistic Sciences and Foreign Literatures at the Catholic University of Milan. She has been the Director of Studies for an International Language School and taught English at Brescia State University. She is currently teaching English Language and Culture at the University of Vallée d’Aoste and Milan State University. Her research interests focus on the long Eighteenth Century, Romantic Periodicals, Twentieth-century Poetry, Cultural Criticism, and the Digital Humanities. She has published articles on John Keats (2011, 2013) Seamus Heaney (2016), and Anglo-French Fashion Terminology between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (2014). She has edited two poetry collections: An Introduction to Gray and Goldsmith (2011) and Twentieth-Century Poets: A Selection with Notes (2011). More recently, she has published her first book: The Poetics of Uncontrollability in Keats’s Endymion: Language Theory and Romantic Periodicals (Cambridge Scholars, 2016).