Susanna began her career at Monash in 2001, as the Cassamarca Lecturer in Italian Studies. She graduated with a Master of Arts (University of Otago) and subsequently completed her PhD with the University of Auckland. She has published books and journal articles on life writing, Italian cinema, women’s writing, Italian Australian studies and feminist theory. She teaches undergraduate units in Italian cinema, contemporary Italian language and culture, and literary studies. She supervises graduate students in literary and cultural studies, cinema studies, Italian studies, feminist and gender studies, mobility and migration studies.
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- Reframing Italy: New Trends in Italian Women’s Filmmaking by Bernadette Luciano and Susanna Scarparo (forthcoming) The proliferation of films by women in Italian cinema in the past ten years has been a quiet revolution. Reframing Italy is the first study to provide a much-needed and incisive discussion of a remarkable group of Italian Women filmmakers who ... Read more