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Harvard 2015
24-27 April 2015

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The Edinburgh Gadda Prize

Honorary President: Gianrico Carofiglio

Chair: Federica G. Pedriali

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The Prize in Brief

Three scholarly awards – Crolla Amato Gadda, Gadda First and Novecento in Saggio – make up Edinburgh International, with past editions in 2010 and 2012, and a special edition in one category this year, Harvard 2015, sponsored by Tony Crolla, Vittoria Group Edinburgh. The prize was established in 2010 as part of the first EJGS Decennial.

Harvard 2015 | Special Edition

Harvard and Edinburgh are proud to announce a special edition of Novecento in Saggio, Category Three of the Edinburgh Gadda Prize. The aim is to celebrate emerging early career scholarship in contemporary Italian Studies. For this reason the award is open to scholarly works on any aspects of 20thc Italian creative writing by authors aged 35 or younger. For further information on how to register click here. Closing date: 10 March 2015.

Harvard 2015 | The Winners

Alessandro Giammei and Lorenzo Peri are Ex Aequo Winners of the fifth edition of the Edinburgh Gadda Prize. Ida Grasso wins the Runner-up Prize. Special Mentions go to Damiano Frasca, Eloisa Morra and Monica Zanardo. For more results click here.

Frasca, Damiano – Special Mention, 4th Place
Posture dell’io. Luzi, Sereni, Giudici, Caproni, Rosselli. Ghezzano (Pisa), Felici Editore, 2014, 262pp., ISBN 978-8860197306.
Giammei, Alessandro – Ex Aequo Winner
Nell’officina del nonsense di Toti Scialoja. Topi, toponimi, tropi, cronotopi. Milan, Edizioni del Verri, 2014, 239pp., ISBN 978-8898514090.
Grasso, Ida – Runner Up
Un topos moderno. Il pellegrinaggio sentimentale nella poesia tra Otto e Novecento. Pisa, Pacini Editore, 2013, 294pp., ISBN 978-8863156737.
Morra, Eloisa – Special Mention, 5th Place
Un allegro fischiettare nelle tenebre. Ritratto di Toti Scialoja. Macerata, Quodlibet, 2014, 233pp., ISBN 978-8874626847.
Peri, Lorenzo – Ex Aequo Winner
Là dove non esiste paura. Percorsi e forme del ‘pensare in musica’ nella poesia di Giorgio Caproni. Florence, Società Editrice Fiorentina, 2014, 245pp., ISBN 978-8860322982.
Zanardo, Monica – Special Mention, 6th Place
I manoscritti per la stesura di “La Storia” di Elsa Morante, 2 vols. PhD Thesis, University of Rome La Sapienza.

Harvard 2015 | Award Ceremony

The award ceremony will take place in Cambridge, 25 April 2015, as the closing event of the Conference Translation in Time | Time to Translate, 24-25 April, organised by Chiasmi at Harvard. The public events programme, which extends to 27 April and is generously sponsored by The Lauro De Bosis Foundation, Harvard, includes a lecture-performance by Fabrizio Gifuni based on his award-winning show Gadda Goes to War, and the official presentation of Gadda Goes to War. Translational Provocations around an Emergency (EUP 2013), which resulted from the British premiere of the show and Edinburgh 2012. For the full programme click here, with further click to pdf poster.

EGP International | Previous Winners (2012)

Gabriele Frasca wins Crolla Amato Gadda. Giuliano Cenati wins the Runner-up Prize. Alberto Godioli wins Gadda First. Katrin Wehling-Giorgi wins the Runner-up Prize and Marco Bernini the Third Prize. Domenico Scarpa wins Novecento in Saggio. Giancarlo Alfano wins the Runner-up Prize and Florian Mussgnug wins Third Prize. For more results click here. Cara Pacitti, Freddie Green and Gabriella Pacitti win Scottish Gadda Juniors.

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