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Pubblicazioni

Pubblicazioni presenti sul Catalogo Istituzionale


Elenco delle pubblicazioni

Monografie

 

  1. Laura Tommaso, Of and About Ageing: Discourse, Language, and Culture. Mimesis International, Milano-Udine, in preparazione;
  2. Laura Tommaso, Disorderly Families. La teatralizzazione dell’incesto da Shakespeare a Ford. Aracne, Roma, 2016, pp. 224, ISBN 978-88-548-9313-9. 

 

Curatele

 

  1. C. Mucci, C. Magni, L. Tommaso (a cura di), Shakespeare: Le ultime opere. Da Pericles al caso Cardenio, Liguori, Napoli, 2009, pp. 320, ISBN 9788820747169. 

 

Articoli in riviste, riviste scientifiche e riviste di Classe A

 

  1. Laura Tommaso, ““Enjoying life to the full”: A Discourse Analysis of Senior Travel Insurance TV Adverts”, in Vicentini A., Grego K. (eds) (2019), “Ageing Issues, Ethics and Ideology: Discursive Reflections and Dissemination Strategies”, numero speciale di Expressio. Rivista di linguistica, letteratura e comunicazione, ISSN 2532-439X, in corso di pubblicazione;
  2. Massimo Verzella and Laura Tommaso, “The Pragmatics of Refusing a Request in Italian and American English: A Comparative Study”, Discourse and Interaction Journal, Volume 13, Issue 1, 2020 ISSN 1802-9930, in corso di pubblicazione;
  3. Laura Tommaso, “Content Teachers’ Perspectives from a CLIL Methodology Training Course”, in EL.LE Educazione Linguistica.Language Education, numero 3, anno 2019, e-ISSN 2280-6792, in corso di pubblicazione;
  4. Massimo Verzella and Laura Tommaso, “Learning to Write for an International Audience through Cross-Cultural  Collaboration and Text-Negotiation”, in Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, Volume 21, Issue 4, 2014, pp. 310-321, DOI: 10.1080/1358684X.2014.968469; 
  5. Laura Tommaso, “‘When beggars die, there are no comets seen’: The Role of Prophecy in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar”, British and American Studies, (8) 2011, pp. 421-430, ISSN: 1584-37-34; 
  6. Laura Tommaso, “Polluting Beauty and Unadulterated Virtue: Images of Femininity in Pericles”, in Michael Hattaway and Clara Mucci (eds) “Shakespeare Studies in Italy Today”, Merope, XVII, 46-47 2006, pp. 181-196, ISBN 978-88-7433-427-8;
  7. Laura Tommaso, ’Th’ receiving earth’: Shakespeare and the Land/Woman Trope”, Textus XVIII, 2005, pp. 267-282, ISSN: 18243967; DOI:10.1400/52181. 

 

Capitoli in volume

 

  1. Laura Tommaso, “Ageing and Caring across Cultures: The Construction of Older Italians in Australian Interprofessional Aged-Care Texts” In M. Carreras, G. Russo & M. Venuti (a cura di), Lingua, identità, alterità, ETS, Pisa, 2018, pp. 193-205, ISBN: 978-884675314-4;
  2. Massimo Verzella and Laura Tommaso, “‘Why you talk like a white girl?’: Linguistic Identities in Insecure and its Italian Dubbed Adaptation”, in C. Diglio, A. Napolitano & F. Perilli (eds), Identité, Diversité et Langue, entre ponts et murs / Identity, Language and Diversity, between Walls and Bridges, Iniziative Editoriali Paolo Loffredo, Napoli, 2018, pp. 547-582, ISBN: 978-88-99306-77-9; 
  3. Laura Tommaso, “The Televisual Representation of Ageing Gay Males: The Case of Vicious”, in P. Baker & G. Balirano (eds), Queering Masculinities in Language and Culture, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2018, pp. 87-109, ISBN: 978-1-349-95326-4; DOI 10.1057/978-1-349-95327-1_5;
  4. Laura Tommaso and Massimo Verzella, “Fostering Audience Awareness and Iterative Collaboration for the Creation of Promotional Texts: An Online Trans-cultural Writing Project between Theory and Practice”, in B. Mousten; S. Vandepitte, E. Arnó, & B. Maylath (eds), Handbook of Research on Multilingual Writing and Pedagogical Cooperation in Virtual Learning Environments, IGI Global, Hershey, 2018, pp. 1-25, ISBN: 9781522541547;  DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-4154-7;
  5. Laura Tommaso, “Old Age and Motherhood in April De Angelis’ After Electra”, in K. Bronk (Ed.) Autumnal Faces Old Age in British and Irish Dramatic Narratives, Peter Lang, Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Wien, 2017, pp. 308-321, ISBN: 9781787076198;
  6. Laura Tommaso, “Tackling Ageism and Promoting Professionalism in EMP Teaching”, in A. Pop & A. Năznean (eds), Trends in Medical Language Teaching and Learning, University Press, Tîrgu Mureș, 2016, pp. 151-168, ISBN: 9789731694641; 
  7. Laura Tommaso, “Deep down in the heart of Molise: Raising Genre Awareness and Enhancing Writing Skills in the ESP Classroom”, in J. Leśniewska & M. Urban (eds), Beyond Borders. Crossing Borders in English Studies vol. 2 (2016), Tertium, Krakow, pp. 89-112, ISBN: 978-83-61678-17-5;
  8. Laura Tommaso, “The Construction of Age Identity in an Online Discourse Community: The Case of Boomer Women Speak”, in G. Balirano & M.C. Nisco (Eds.), Languaging Diversity: Identities, Genres, Discourses, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge, 2015, pp. 163-175, ISBN: 9781443871228; 
  9. Laura Tommaso, “Space, Evolution and Function of the House in Jane Eyre”, in F. Saggini & A.E. Soccio (eds), The House of Fiction as the House of Life. Representations of the House from Richardson to Woolf, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge, 2012, pp. 83-89; ISBN: 1-4438-3976-0; 
  10. 10.Laura Tommaso, “Is this winning”: L’imposizione rituale dell’ordine in The Two Noble Kinsmen”, in C. Mucci, C. Magni, & L. Tommaso (eds), Shakespeare: Le ultime opere. Da Pericles al caso Cardenio, Liguori, Napoli, 2009, pp. 215-230, ISBN: 9788820747169; 
  11. 11.Laura Tommaso, “‘Our obese imagination’: Beauchamp’s Career e la dinamica testo-lettore”, in Anna Enrichetta Soccio (Ed.), Beauchamp’s Career, George Meredith: testo e contesto, Aracne, Roma, 2008, pp. 167-79, ISBN: 978-88-548-2222-1. 

 

Note recensive

 

  1. Laura Tommaso, “Ned Condini, ed. and trans. Ned Condini, ed. and trans. An Anthology of Modern Italian Poetry. In English Translation, with Italian Text,” Modern Language Studies, vol. 40, (2011), pp. 99-101; ISBN: 978-88-7433-520-6; 
  2. Laura Tommaso, “Lisanna Calvi, La corona e la croce. Gli scritti dell‟esilio di Giacomo II Stuart, 1688-1701,” Merope, 55-56, (2009), pp. 220-222; 
  3. Laura Tommaso, “Vito Carrassi, Il fairy tale nella tradizione narrativa irlandese. Un itinerario storico e culturale,” Merope, 55-56 (2009), pp. 222-224; 
  4. Laura Tommaso, “Angela Leonardi, Tempeste. Eduardo incontra Shakespeare,” Traduttologia 5 (2008), pp. 197-199; 
  5. Laura Tommaso, “Lola Lemire Tostevin, ‘sofia,” Traduttologia, vol. 4 (2007), pp. 170-172; 
  6. Laura Tommaso, “Laura Tosi, La fiaba letteraria inglese: metamorfosi di un genere,” RSV. Rivista di Studi Vittoriani, vol. 21 (2006), pp. 164-168. 

 

Abstract

 

  1. Laura Tommaso, “Targeting Mature Travelers: Flattery, Nostalgia and Euphemism”. Discourse and Communication in the Enterprise - DICOEN VIII Pre-Conference Proceedings, DISES, Napoli, 2015, pp. 163-164.