Federico Pianzola

Research fellow - University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy

I am a research fellow at the University of Milan Bicocca, Department of Human Sciences for Education, where I am working on a research project titled “Narrative and Complexity: an Interdisciplinary Dialogue” and coordinating the Interdisciplinary Seminar on Narrative.
I am also a visiting senior researcher at Sogang University (Seoul), where I'm experimenting with the use of VR for the visualization of literary texts.
I received an international PhD in Italian Literature (University of Florence, University of Cambridge), with a dissertation on aspects of myth in Primo Levi’s fictional short stories. My most important works are: “Looking at Narrative as a Complex System: the Proteus Principle,” Narrating Complexity (Springer, forthcoming); with F. Passalacqua, “Epistemological Problems in Narrative Theory,” Narrative Sequence in Contemporary Narratology (Ohio State UP, 2016). I am also editor-in-chief of Enthymema, an international academic journal of theory, critics and philosophy of literature.

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