Academic interests and Background
Dr. Riccardo Raimondo has obtained a BA in Modern Literatures at uCatania (2013), a Master in Comparative Literature at uParis-Sorbonne (2015), and a PhD in French and Italian Literatures at USPC Paris (2018). He has also been Visiting Researcher at uOttawa (2016) and uOxford (2017), and Post-doc Associate at UZH Zurich (2018-2019). He is Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellow at uMontréal and uOslo with a project entitled ‘Translational Traditions and Imaginaries: A Comparative History of Petrarch’s Fragmenta in France and England’ (2019-2022). He is interested in several areas of the studies on Intellectual history and Book history, as well as the reception of Italian literature from a European transnational and translational perspective.
Dr. R. Raimondo, together with Dr. Christina Bezari (uGhent) and Dr. Th. Vuong (uParis-Nord), have coordinated a volume dedicated to the Imaginaries of Translation (2018):
- Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Individual Fellowship
- Publication grant financed by the FNS (Fond National Suisse)
- Prof. Dr. Francesco Venturi (uOslo)
- Prof. Dr. Marie-Alice Belle (UdeM, Montréal)