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Department of Literary Studies
Comparative literary studies
Projects as supervisor
Narrating the mesh. Ecology and the nonhuman in contemporary fiction and oral storytelling
Most recent publications
Caracciolo, Marco. “Is Factuality the Norm? A Perspective from Cognitive Narratology.”
Narrative Factuality : A Handbook
, edited by Monika Fludernik and Marie-Laure Ryan, vol. 6, De Gruyter, 2020, pp. 149–56.
Caracciolo, Marco. “Metaphor and the Place of Mind in Three Modernist Novels.”
The Fictional Minds of Modernism : Narrative Cognition from Henry James to Christopher Isherwood
, edited by Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso, Bloomsbury Academic, 2020, pp. 31–51.
Caracciolo, Marco. “Object-Oriented Plotting and Nonhuman Realities in DeLillo’s Underworld and Iñárritu’s Babel.”
Environment and Narrative : New Directions in Econarratology
, edited by Erin James and Eric Morel, Ohio State University Press, 2020, pp. 45–64.
Caracciolo, Marco. “Immersion for Entangled Audiences : The Nonhuman World and Affective Patterning in Narrative Experiences.”
, vol. 2020, 2020, pp. 8–28.
Caracciolo, Marco. “Embodying the Reader: Perspectives on Fiction, Cognition, and the Body.”
Medial Bodies between Fiction and Faction: Reinventing Corporeality
, edited by Denisa Butnaru, transcript Verlag, 2020, pp. 205–19.
English Literature II: Historical Survey: More Recent Period