Teresa Pepe

Førsteamanuensis - Midtøstenstudier
Bilde av Teresa Pepe
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Telefon +47-22854126
Rom 380
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Besøksadresse Niels Henrik Abels vei 36 P. A. Munchs hus 0371 OSLO
Postadresse Postboks 1010 Blindern 0315 OSLO

Faglige interesser

Arabisk litteratur, litteraturhistorie, kulturhistorie, online kulturell produksjon, nye medier i Midtøsten, blogglitteratur, autofiction,

Undervisning

  • ARA4504 - Arabic Cyberspace 
  • ARA 4304 - Contemporary Arabic Literature: Texts and Contexts
  • MØNA1300 - Litteraturhistorie og språkforhold i Midtøsten og Nord-Afrika
  • ARA 1110 Arabisk språk 1, ARA 1120 Arabisk språk 2, ARA 2110 Arabisk språk 3+4

Bakgrunn

  • PhD Institutt for kulturstudier og orientalske språk, Universitet i Oslo (2014), Fictionalized Identities in the Egyptian Blogosphere, med Prof. Stephan Guth (Universitet i Oslo) og Prof. Yves Gonzalez Quijano (Université Lumière Lyon 2) som veilederer. 
  • Bachelorgrad i sammenlignende språk og kultur (2006) og MA i sammenlignende litteratur (2008) fra Fakultet for litteratur og filosofi ved Universitetet i Napoli, "L'Orientale".
  • I løpet av disse årene har hun studert arabisk språk ved Bourghiba Institute i Tunisia, og ved Kairo Universitet, Egypt.
  • Stipendiat ved American University i Kairo i 2009-10 for å gjennomføre undersøkelser om verdenslitteraturen, arabisk litteratur og nye medier studier.
  • Italiensk språkopplæring til arabisk-talende.
  • Engelskundervisning på internasjonal Italiensk skole i Kairo, Egypt.
  • Italiensk-arabisk juridisk oversetter for arabiske innvandrere.

Pågående prosjekter

  • "The adīb and adab —Demise, or metamorphosis, of a key figure and of a key concept of the Arab modernist project?"
Emneord: Arabisk, Midtøsten, Islam, Internett, Sosiale medier, Litteratur, SIMS

Publikasjoner

  • 2016, Literature is on Trial in Egypt, Mada Masr, December 2016. 
  • 2016, “Cultivating the Self and Building Communities in Egyptian Autofictional Blogs”, in La littérature à l'heure du Printemps arabe: analyse et perspectives, Proceedings of EURAMAL 10, ed. by Sobhi Boustani and Rashid al-Enany.
  • 2015    When Writers Activate Readers. How the autofictional blog transforms the Arab understanding of Literature, in Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, vol. 15, pp. 73-91.
  • 2014    Fictionalized Identities in the Egyptian Blogosphere, Doctoral Dissertation, IKOS, University of Oslo.      
  • 2012    “Autofiction on screen” in Women and New Media in the Mediterranean Region, edited by Fatima Sadiqi, Imprimerie des Universités (Fez), pp. 243-256. 
  • 2012    Improper Narratives: Egyptian personal blogs and the Arabic notion of adab, in  LEA- Lingue e Letterature d’Oriente e d’Occidente, vol. 1, pp. 547-562.  
  • 2012    Autofiction on Screen: Self-representation of an Egyptian “Spinster” in a Literary  Blog, in Journal of New Media Studies in MENA, issue 1, winter, pp. 1-10.
  • 2010    From the Blogosphere to the Bookshop: Publishing Literary Blogs in Egypt, in “Between Everyday Life and Political Revolution: The Social Web in the Middle East”, Oriente Moderno, Nuova Serie, Anno XCI, 1, pp. 75-89.
  • 2010, “I blogger d’Egitto” (Egyptian Bloggers), Il Manifesto, 7 September.
  • 2008, “Sāḥibah aḥdaṯ dirāsah ʼacādīmīyyah ʿan ʼaʿmāl Yaḥyà fī ǧāmiat nabūlī tiktib ʿan rasūl as-Ṣa’āydah” (The author of last academic study on Yaḥyà [al-Ṭāhir ʿAbdallāh] writes about the Prophet of the South), al-Badeel, 1 May. 
  • Pepe, Teresa (2019). Aḥmad Nājī’s Istikhdām al-ḥayāh (Using Life) as “Critical Dystopia”, In Stephan Guth & Teresa Pepe (ed.),  Upholding Humanity in an Unhuman World : Arab Writing after the “Arab Spring” [= Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo].  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-447-11116-4.  kapittel.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2019). Critics, Moralists and Intellectuals: The Transformation of the Udabāʾ in the Arab Nahḍah: a Historical-Conceptual Approach. Oriente Moderno.  ISSN 0030-5472.  99, s 179- 202
  • Pepe, Teresa & Guth, Stephan (2019). Foreword / Introduction, In Stephan Guth & Teresa Pepe (ed.),  Upholding Humanity in an Unhuman World : Arab Writing after the “Arab Spring” [= Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo].  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-447-11116-4.  forord.  s V - X
  • Pepe, Teresa (2017). Crowdfunding. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies.  ISSN 0806-198X.  17, s 479- 481 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2017). “Mixed Arabic as a Subversive Literary Style (2005-2011)”. In: Sociolinguistics, Translation and Society in the Middle East, eds. Nora Eggen and Rana Issa, Oslo: Novus Forlag, pp. 363-394., In Nora Sunniva Eggen & Rana Issa (ed.),  Philologists in the World: A Festschrift in Honour of Gunvor Mejdell.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 978-82-7099-904-0.  15.  s 363 - 394
  • Pepe, Teresa (2016). Cultivating the Self and Building Communities in Egyptian Autofictional Blogs, In Sobhi Boustani; Rasheed El-Enany & Walid Hamarneh (ed.),  La littérature à l'heure du Printemps arabe.  Karthala.  ISBN 9782811116491.  21.  s 333 - 348
  • Pepe, Teresa (2015). ​When Writers Activate Readers. How the autofictional blog transforms Arabic Literature. Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies.  ISSN 0806-198X.  15, s 73- 91 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2012). Autofiction on Screen: Self-representation of an Egyptian ‘Spinster’ in a Literary Blog. Journal of New Media Studies in MENA.  ISSN 2162-6669.  (1)
  • Pepe, Teresa (2012). Improper Narratives: Egyptian Personal Blogs and the Arabic Notion of Adab. LEA - Lingue e letterature d’Oriente e d’Occidente.  ISSN 1824-484X.  1(1), s 547- 562
  • Pepe, Teresa (2011). From the Blogosphere to the Bookshop: Publishing Literary Blogs in Egypt. Oriente Moderno.  ISSN 0030-5472.  91(1), s 75- 90

Se alle arbeider i Cristin

  • Guth, Stephan & Pepe, Teresa (ed.) (2019). Arabic Literature in a Posthuman World [= Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Association for Modern Arabic Literature (EURAMAL), May 2016, Oslo]. Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-447-11261-1.  430 s.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2019). Blogging From Egypt: Digital Literature, 2005-2016.. Edinburgh University Press.  ISBN 9781474433990.  256 s.

Se alle arbeider i Cristin

  • Pepe, Teresa (2019, 18. juni). NEWTON Interview on Jadaliyya, "Blogging From Egypt" (New Texts Out). [Tidsskrift].  Jadaliyya.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2017). Modernità Arabe. Nazione, narrazione e nuovi soggetti nel romanzo egiziano. Edebiyât: A journal of Middle Eastern literatures.  ISSN 1475-262X.  20(3), s 303- 304 . doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/1475262X.2017.1385697
  • Guth, Stephan & Pepe, Teresa (2012). The Arab Spring and the Individual: Literary aspects from before and after the Revolution.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2012). Narratives of the Egyptian revolution in Egyptian Personal Blogs.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2011). Autofiction on Screen: Self-representation of Egyptian women in Literary Blogs.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2011). Self-writing in Egyptian Literary Blogs.
  • Pepe, Teresa (2010). Turning blogs into books in Egypt.

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Publisert 30. sep. 2010 12:52 - Sist endret 15. feb. 2019 12:16

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