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Giada Goracci

Adjunct Professor of English Language

Department of Medicine and Surgery

University of Verona, Italy

email: giada.goracci@univr.it

web: www.dlls.univr/?ent=persona&id=8839&lang=it









ACADEMIC CURRICULUM VITAE


DEGREES AND ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS



  • JANUARY 2018 - present day: appointed as Reviewer in English Language, Literature and Culture (ELLC) - ISSN 2575-2376 (print), 2575-2413 (online) – website: http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/j/ellc. English Language, Literature & Culture has been included by the following Abstracting and Indexing databases: WorldCat, CrossRef, Academickeys, ResearchBib, Polish Scholarly Bibliography, Directory of Research Journals Indexing.



  • SEPTEMBER 2015 - present day: Adjunct Professor of English Language at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of Verona (Italy).





  • MAY 2015: PhD in English Studies (University of Verona), dissertation titled “Male Perspectives in Atwood’s ‘Bluebeard’s Egg’ and Hazzard’s The Transit of Venus”.

Supervisor: Prof. Chiara Battisti.



  • JULY 2014: Special Professional Teaching Qualification, (English Language and Civilization – A/346, A/345 upper and lower secondary school), at the University “Cà Foscari”, Venice.



  • APRIL 2012 - present day: appointed as “Scholar on the Subject” of SSD L-LIN/10 ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE at the Faculty of Humanities, Department of Foreign Languages, University of Verona.



  • JANUARY 2012: enrolled as PhD student in English Studies at the University of Verona.

Supervisor: Prof. Chiara Battisti (University of Verona).


  • MAY 2010: Post Graduate Degree in “Foreign Languages for Didactics”, (1500 hours - 60 CFU).



  • NOVEMBER 2004: graduated at the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Siena (Italy), specialized degree in Philology and Literature. Degree thesis titled “Oscar Wilde e il Ritratto Immaginario fin-de-siècle”, (Oscar Wilde and the fin-de-siècle imaginary portrait), supervised by Prof. Roger Alex Falzon.


PUBLICATIONS
MONOGRAPHY:


  • Goracci G., (2016), Male Perspectives in Atwood’s “Bluebeard’s Egg” and Hazzard’s The Transit of Venus, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, ISBN 978-1-4438-9109-7.



ARTICLES:


  • Patuzzo S., Goracci G., Ciliberti R., (2017), “Thomas Percival. Discussing the Foundation of Medical Ethics”, in Perspectives in Biology and Medicine.




  • Patuzzo S., Goracci G., Gasperini L., Ciliberti R., (2017), “3D Bioprinting Technology. Scientific Aspects and Ethical Issues”, in JSEE Science and Engineering Ethics, DOI: 10.1007/s11948-017-9918-y, Springer Link, June 2017, (pp. 1-14).




  • Goracci G., (2017), “Naked Lunch: Deformazione dei Confini tra Realtà e Immaginazione”, in Il Cibo come Cultura, Chiara Battisti, Sidia Fiorato (a cura di), Aracne.



  • Goracci G., Corrizzato S., (2016), “Gamification: A Motivating Approach in English Language Teaching”, in Going Forward, Recent Developments in Higher Education, (edited by Natasa Bakic-Miric and Davronzhon Erkinovich Gaipov), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newscastle upon Tyne, (pp. 71-85), ISSN 978-1-4438-9483-8.




  • Goracci G., (2016), “Playing it Fashionably Queer: Mae West’s Performing Sexuality”, in Polemos, Journal of Law, Literature and Culture, edited by Daniela Carpi and Piergiuseppe Monateri, De Gruyter, Berlin/Boston, vol. 10, Issue 1, (pp. 63-80), ISSN 2035-5262 (Class A ANVUR).




  • Goracci G., (2015), “The Birth of a Feminist: Gender, Religion, and Silence in Anne Askew’s Trials”, in “Curators of Memory”: Women’s Voices in Literature in English, edited by L. Sikorska, K. Bronk, M. Fratczak, J. Jarzab, Wydzial Anglistyki UAM, Poznan (Poland), (pp. 113-127), ISBN 978-83-938256-6-0.




  • Percival Thomas, (1803), Medical Ethics, Italian translation by Giada Goracci, edited by Sara Patuzzo, Etica Medica, ovvero un Codice di Istituzioni e Precetti adattati alla Condotta Professionale dei Medici e dei Chirurghi, (2015), Mimesis Edizioni, ISBN 978-88-5753-173-1.




  • Goracci G., (2015), “LGBT and Queer Research in ESP: Theoretical Reflections”, in Iperstoria 5, (pp. 27-33), www.iperstoria.it




  • Goracci G., (2015), Review: La Grande Famiglia – Un Romanzo di 12 Autori, (edited by Giovanna Mochi), in Iperstoria 5, (pp. 214-217), www.iperstoria.it




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2015) “Beyond the Borders: (De)constructing Genderlects in High Education Coursebooks”, in Current Trends and Issues in Higher Education, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, (pp. 85-100), ISBN 978-1-4438-7214-0.




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2014) “Pragmatics in Aeronautics: Teaching Instructions and Procedures”, Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes Vol. 2 N. 2, 2014, (pp. 235-244).




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2014), “Mirroring the Other: Orientalism, Nomads and Ethnomasquerading in Lawrence’s Seven Pillars of Wisdom”, in The European Scientific Journal, ESJ, Special Edition, May 2014, (pp. 566-571).




  • Goracci G. (2014) “Memoria Semantica e Memoria Episodica: Walter Pater e il Ritratto”, Ed. QuiEdit, Verona, (pp. 109-122).




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2013) “Adjusting Emotions/Linguistic Adaptation: Cinematic Multi-Perspectives on The Hours”, European Scientific Journal (Febbraio 2014 – Special Edition Vol.2), (pp. 265-272).




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2013) “English for Nursing: The Importance of Developing Communicative Competences”, in Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2013, (pp. 177-184).




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2013) “Adjusting Emotions/Linguistic Adaptation: Cinematic Multi-Perspectives on The Hours”, in International Scientific Forum, 12 –14 December 2013 – Tirana, Proceedings Vol. 2 (ISBN: 978-608-4642-16-9).




  • Goracci G., (2013), “Mocking the Queer Stereotype in the TV Series Little Britain”, Iperstoria 1, www.iperstoria.it




  • Goracci G., (2013), “The Postmodern Feminine Beauty Ideal in Shrek”, Iperstoria 2, www.iperstoria.it




  • Goracci G., (2013), Review: Women and Tudor Tragedy, Feminizing Counsel and Representing Gender, Allyna E. Ward, Iperstoria 2, www.iperstoria.it




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2013) “Televised Undead: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Conceptualization of Vampires in Contemporary TV Shows”, in European Scientific Journal (December 2013 – Special Edition Vol.2, pp. 457-467).




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2013) “Televised Undead: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Conceptualization of Vampires in Contemporary TV Shows”. 1st Eurasian Multidisciplinary Forum, Proceedings Vol. 2 (ISBN: 978-608-4642-11-4).




  • Goracci G., S. Corrizzato (2013) “English Learning Training Courses for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers: a Project based on Innovative Approaches” (sections: 1-3), Proceedings (ISBN: 978-86-6125-080-4), Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University if Niš – Serbia, (pp. 612-620).



FORTHCOMING PUBLICATIONS


  • Goracci G., “Wallis Simpson, Queen of the Fashion Style, between Power and Decline”, De Gruyter.




  • Patuzzo S., Goracci G., S. Longaretti, R. Pangrazio, R. Andorno, “Time for a Common European Code of Medical Ethics?”, in Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy.


CONFERENCE PAPERS



  • MAY 2015: “Naked Lunch: Deformazione dei Confini tra Realtà e Immaginazione” (Naked Lunch: Deformation of the Borders between Reality and Imagination), delivered at the conference “Il Cibo come Cultura – Dialoghi Interdisciplinari”, 13th-15th May 2015, UniVr for EXPO, (University of Verona).




  • JUNE 2013: “Wallis Simpson, Queen of the Fashion Style, between Power and Decline” delivered at the conference “Fashioning/Empowering the Body in English Literature and Culture”, (University of Verona).




  • APRIL 2013: “Anne Askew: A Reformed Sinner”, delivered at the conference “Literature in English Symposium ‘I am an exile from heaven beating on its closed doors’ – Saints and Sinners: Postmodernism, Feminism and Medievalism in Literature in English”, at the University “Adam Mickiewicz”, Poznan, (Poland).


ACADEMIC MEMBERSHIP
AIA, (Italian Association of English Studies)

http://www.anglisti.it/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=33&Itemid=194


AIDEL, (Italian Association of Law and Literature), www.aidel.it

EDITORIAL BOARD


  • Member of the academic journal SDU Journal of English Studies, (Suleyman Demirel University in Almaty, Kazakhstan).




  • Member of the academic journal Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes (University of Niš).

ONGOING PROJECTS
Fashion Studies in English Literature, (supervisor: Prof. Chiara Battisti)
Power on the body and body of power in English literature and culture, (supervisor: Prof. Chiara Battisti)


AREAS OF INTEREST
Gender Studies

Fashion Studies in English Literature ENGLISH LITERATURE - Cultural Studies and Mentalities

Film and Literature - ENGLISH LITERATURE - Film Studies

Power and the Body

Medical Ethics


TEACHING ACTIVITY

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018: “Scientific English” at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Verona, first-year undergraduate students, degree in Physiotherapy, 45 hours, 3 CFU.


ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017: “Scientific English” at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Verona, first-year undergraduate students, degree in Physiotherapy, 45 hours, 3 CFU.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016: “Scientific English” at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Verona, first-year undergraduate students, degree in Physiotherapy, 45 hours, 3 CFU.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016: “Scientific English” at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Brescia, first-year undergraduate students, degree in Nursing, 45 hours, 3 CFU.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016: “Scientific English” at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Brescia, first-year undergraduate students, degree in Nursing and Midwifery Sciences (Mod. 1), 24 hours, 2 CFU.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016: “Scientific English” at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Brescia, first-year undergraduate students, degree in Nursing and Midwifery Sciences (Mod. 2), 24 hours, 2 CFU.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016: “Scientific English” at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Brescia, first-year undergraduate students, degree in Biomedical Laboratory Technicians, 12 hours, 1 CFU.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016: “Scientific English” at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Brescia, third-year undergraduate students, degree in Environment and Workplace Prevention Techniques, 12 hours, 1 CFU.


SUPERVISING ACTIVITY
NOVEMBER 2016: Co-supervision of the BA Thesis “Efficacy of Physical Therapy Treatment and Influence of Prognostic Factors in Stroke Patients: A Retrospective Study”, Lara Alberti (she was awarded summa cum laude), Degree in Physiotherapy at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, University of Verona.

Cerea, 20/02/2018




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