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The Edinburgh Gadda Prize

Honorary President: Gianrico Carofiglio

Chair: Federica G. Pedriali

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EGP International | Edinburgh 2019 Winners

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The Overall Winners

Ruth Ben-Ghiat is the Overall Winner of the Crolla Amato Prize (Cultural Studies) and Angela Borghesi is the Overall Winner of the Crolla Amato Prize (Literary Studies). Mathjis Duyck is the Overall Winner of the Vittoria Group Prize.

The Runner Up Winners

Teresa Fiore is the Runner Up Winner of the Crolla Amato Prize (Cultural Studies) and Niccolò Scaffai is the Runner Up Winner of the Crolla Amato Prize (Literary Studies). Gian Maria Annovi and Francesco Diaco are Runner Up Winners Ex Aequo of the Vittoria Group Prize.

Third Place and Special Mentions

Patrizia Guarnieri wins Third Place, with Special Mention, in the Crolla Amato Prize (Cultural Studies). Carlo Tirinanzi de Medici wins Third Place in the Vittoria Group Prize. Rhiannon N. Welch receives Special Mention in the Vittoria Group Prize.

Winning and Finalist Works

CROLLA AMATO PRIZE – CULTURAL PRIZE

Ruth Ben-Ghiat – Overall Winner (40 points)
Italian Fascism’s Empire Cinema, Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana University Press, 2015, 393pp., ISBN 978-02-5301-552-5
Teresa Fiore – Runner Up Winner (32 points)
Pre-occupied Spaces. Remapping Italy’s Transnational Migrations and Colonial Legacies, New York, Fordham, 2017, 250pp., ISBN 978-08-2327-433-8
Patrizia Guarnieri – Third Place Winner, Special Mention (31 points)
Italian Psychology and Jewish Emigration under Fascism. From Florence to Jerusalem and New York, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, 275pp., ISBN 978-1-137-30655-5
Giuliana Minghelli – Finalist, Fourth Place (30 points)
Landscape and Memory in Post-Fascist Italian Film. Cinema Year Zero, New York and London, Routledge, 2013, 251pp., ISBN 978-0-415-66108-9
Fabio Camilletti – Finalist, Fifth Place Ex Aequo (28 points)
Italia lunare. Gli anni Sessanta e l’occulto, Bern, Peter Lang, 2018, 243pp., ISBN 978-1078707-462-0
Gaia Giuliani – Finalist, Fifth Place Ex Aequo (28 points)
Race, Nation and Gender in Modern Italy. Intersectional Representations in Visual Culture, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019 (2018), 299pp., ISBN 978-1-137-59-0915-4

CROLLA AMATO PRIZE – LITERARY STUDIES

Angela Borghesi – Overall Winner (46 points)
Una storia invisibile. Morante Ortese Weil, Macerata, Quodlibet, 2015, 182pp., ISBN 978-88-7462-748-6
Niccolò Scaffai – Runner Up Winner (38 points)
Il lavoro del poeta. Montale, Sereni, Caproni, Rome, Carocci, 2014, 247pp., ISBN 978-88-430-7432-7
Anna Longoni – Finalist, Third Place Ex Aequo (29 points)
Giorgio Manganelli o l’inutile necessità della letteratura, Rome, Carocci, 2016, 263pp., ISBN 978-88-430-8461-6
Carlo Varotti – Finalist, Third Place Ex Aequo (29 points)
Luciano Bianciardi, la protesta dello stile, Rome, Carocci, 2017, 307 pp., ISBN 978-88-430-8551-4
Emanuele Zinato – Finalist, Fourth Place (28 points)
Letteratura come storiografia? Mappe e figure della mutazione italiana, Macerata, Quodlibet, 2015, 238pp., ISBN 978-88-7462-697-7
Mimmo Cangiano – Finalist, Fifth Place (19 points)
La nascita del modernismo italiano. Filosofie della crisi, storia e letteratura 1903-1922, Macerata, Quodlibet, 2018, 628pp., ISBN 978-88-2290-250-4

VITTORIA GROUP PRIZE

Mathijs Duyck – Overall Winner (45 points)
La brodaglia e le pentole. Le raccolte “solariane” di Gadda: verso uno studio della politestualità narrativa, Louvain, PUL Presses Universitaires de Louvain, 2018, 245pp., ISBN 978-2-87558-xxx-x
Gian Maria Annovi – Runner Up Winner Ex Aequo (43 points)
Pier Paolo Pasolini. Performing Authorship, New York, Columbia University Press, 2017, 246pp., ISBN 978-02-3118-0306
Francesco Diaco – Runner Up Winner Ex Aequo (43 points)
Dialettica e speranza. Sulla poesia di Franco Fortini, Macerata, Quodlibet, 2017, 373pp., ISBN 978-88-229-0062-3
Carlo Tirinanzi de Medici – Third Place Winner (42 points)
Il romanzo italiano contemporaneo. Dalla fine degli anni Settanta a oggi, Rome, Carocci, 2018, 317pp., ISBN 978-88-430-8873-7
Rhiannon Noel Welch – Finalist, Fourth Place, Special Mention (41 points)
Vital Subjects. Race and Biopolitics in Italy 1860-1920, Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, 2016, 291pp., ISBN 978-1-78138-286-8
Katharine Mitchell – Finalist, Fifth Place (39 points)
Italian Women Writers. Gender and Everyday Life in Fiction and Journalism, 1870-1910, Toronto, Toronto University Press, 2014, 264pp., ISNB 978-1442646414
Paolo Gervasi – Finalist, Sixth Place (38 points)
Vita contro letteratura. Cesare Garboli: un’idea della critica, Rome, Luca Sossella Editore, 2018, 230pp., ISBN 978-88-97356-86-8
Lorenzo Marchese – Finalist, Seventh Place (33 points)
L’io possibile. L’autofiction come paradosso del romanzo contemporaneo, Massa, Transeuropa, 2014, 272pp., ISBN 978-88-9871-619-7

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