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Andrea Rizzi

Cassamarca Associate Professor In Italian Studies
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Italy
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Literary history
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Translation studies
Renaissance studies
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Translation History
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Andrea Rizzi

 

Andrea Rizzi is Cassamarca Associate Professor of Italian Studies at the University of Melbourne. Born in Rome and raised in Italy in a bilingual family, Andrea was trained as a scholar and teacher at the Universita' Statale di Pavia (Italy) and the University of Kent at Canterbury (UK).

Before coming to The University of Melbourne (2005), Andrea held positions in the UK, at the University of Western Australia, and at the University of South Australia.

Between 2015 and 2019 Andrea has been an Australian Research Council Future Fellow.

In 2010-2011 he was awarded the Harvard University's Deborah Loeb Fellowship at the Villa I Tatti Center for Italian Renaissance Studies.

Andrea is an early modern literary and translation history scholar with an interdisciplinary approach to the study of this significant period of European culture: having been trained as a philologist as an undergraduate student at the University of Pavia (Italy), Andrea then developed a focus on the transmission and tradition of historical Latin texts throughout the Italian Renaissance. Cultural history, literature, and translation studies are therefore the three interconnected streams of Andrea's research.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 37 most recent scholarly works by Andrea Rizzi.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2014

FARC - Fellow of the Australian Research Council


2010

Harvard University Villa i Tatti Fellowship (Deborah Loeb Fellow)


2008

Honorary Fellow at the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, The University of London


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Cassamarca Associate Professor In Italian Studies

Languages And Linguistics

Member

Renaissance Society of America

Member Of The Acis Committee

Australasian Centre for Italian Studies

Education


PhD in Italian Studies (Renaissance)

University of Kent at Canterbury