is an Associate Professor of English and Literary Theory at Ghent University in Belgium. Marco’s work explores the phenomenology of narrative, or the structure of the experiences afforded by literary fiction and other narrative media. He is the author of five books, including most recently Narrating the Mesh: Form and Story in the Anthropocene (University of Virginia Press, 2021).
is a joint PhD student at Ghent University and at University of Wuppertal. She obtained her MA in English and American Studies in the Joint Degree Programme at the University of Venice and at the University of Bamberg. Her PhD project, supervised by Prof. Marco Caracciolo and Prof. Roy Sommer, focuses on narratives of migration in anglophone literature.
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