Elisabetta Bartuli

Università Ca' Foscari Venezia

Elisabetta Bartuli

Her current research interests focus on Contemporary Arabic Literature, Translation from Arabic to Italian, Trans-cultural Dialogue. From 2000 she teaches at Master MIM, where she has been scientific advisor and responsible for Human Resources, and from 2004 at Scuola Superiore Mediatori Linguistici in Vicenza. She works as a scientific advisor and scout for Arabic Literature at various publishing houses and cultural institutions.

Among her translations from Arabic: Elias Khoury (Feltrinelli 2014, Einaudi 2004, 2007 and 2009,

Jouvence 2001), Jabbour Douaihy (Feltrinelli 2010 and 2012), Rabee Jaber (Feltrinelli, 2011), Habib Selmi e Muhammad Zafzaf (Mesogea 2000 and 2013). Among the books she edited: Una trilogia palestinese by Mahmud Darwish (Comete Feltrinelli 2014), Primavere. Per una Siria democratica e un Libano indipendente (Mesogea 2006) and L’infelicità araba (Einaudi 2006) by Samir Kassir, Karawan, dal deserto al web and Islam e democrazia (Giunti 2002 and 2004) by Fatima Mernissi.