Dr Enza De Francisci is Lecturer in Translation Studies at the University of Glasgow and Programme Director of the Glasgow-Nankai (China) double-degree. She has published on theatre translation in peer-reviewed journals, including Italian Studies, The Italianist, Modern
Language Review, and Pirandello Studies, for which she edits theatre reviews. Recent publications include her monograph, A “New” Woman in Verga and Pirandello: From Page to Stage (Oxford: Legenda, 2018), and co-edited volume Shakespeare and Italy:
Transnational Exchange from the Early Modern Period to the Present (London-New York: Routledge, 2017).
Enza has been an AHRC-funded Fellow at the Victoria and Albert Museum and has worked as a Linguistic Consultant and Public Lecturer at the National Theatre (London) during a recent production of Pirandello’s Liolà in a new version by Tanya Ronder, directed by Richard Eyre, and Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend by April De Angelis.