Silvia Carlorosi is an Assistant Professor of Italian at Bronx Community College of the City University of New York. She received a Laurea in Lingue Straniere from the Unversity of Urbino, an M.A. in Mass Communications at Miami University of Ohio, and a Ph.D. in Italian at the University of Pennsylvania. She published various articles on Italian cinema, literature, pedagogy and translation, the latest of which are “Re-negotiation of Identities on Screen: Rebellious Italian Stories of Girlhood” in Italian Quarterly (2021); and “Incontri: Ragazze in fuga verso il postfemminismo” in Fata Morgana (vol.43, 2021). She is the author of A Grammar of Cinepoiesis: Poetic Cameras of Italian Cinema (Rowman and Littlefield, 2015), which analyzes the interaction between cinema and poetry and evaluates the modes of a poetic camera. She also co-edited the volume Il secondo occhio di Ulisse: Saggi di letteratura italiana attraverso lo sguardo del forestiero. (Pisa: Pacini Editori, 2019).