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Dr Enea Zaramella

Enea ZaramellaVisiting Fellow in Hispanic Studies

Email: e dot zaramella at warwick dot ac dot uk
Humanities Building
University Road
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL

About

Enea received his PhD from Princeton University in June 2015. His dissertation, entitled “Textualidades tímbricas: Mário de Andrade, Felisberto Hernández, Alejo Carpentier”, draws attention to the multifaceted relationships between cultural practices, politics, and literary production during the first half of the 20th century in Latin America discussing the ways in which technological devices related to the recording and reproduction of sound forged the discourse of modernity within nationalistic, cosmopolitan, and capitalistic frameworks.

Research interests

  • Latin American, Caribbean and Brazilian literature and cultural production

  • Music and literature

  • Processes of transculturation

  • Sound studies (cultural history of sound and listening practices)

  • Media and technology

  • Cultural criticism

Current projects

Enea is currently working on his first monograph, tentatively entitled The Analogic Era: Listening Practices and Cultural Production in Latin America (1890-1963).

Selected publications

Qualifications

  • PhD and MA, Princeton University

  • Diploma di Laurea Specialistica and Laurea Triennale, Università degli Studi di Trieste