Department of Italian Studies
Greta Maria Alessia Redaelli is a PhD Student at “La Statale” University of Milan. She holds a BA in Humanities from the University of Pisa (Le epistole di Francesco Filelfo a Federico di Montefeltro. Edizione critica, Introduzione e Traduzione, 2015) and a MA in Modern Philology with a dissertation on Arrigo Boito dialettale: il libretto di Basi e Bote secondo l'autografo di Venezia (2018). She also graduated in the Faculty of Humanities from Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa (2017), particularly studying Reinassance Italian Literature and Commentaries, and 16th-Century texts set-to-music. She graduated in harp studies from the Milan conservatory of music (2018). Her doctoral research concerns a mid-19th century literary and musical periodical, a publishing initiative managed by two prominent names of the Milanese Scapigliatura, Arrigo Boito and Emilio Praga. The project's interest is directed especially at journalistic production and at literary and music critic in the Milanese 19th-Century cultural milieu. The final aim of the research is to produce an annotated critical edition.
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