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Name
Troiani, Sara
 
 
 
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UC Researcher
Biography
Sara Troiani received her PhD in Greek Language and Literature in 2020 from the University of Trento, where she also obtained her BA (2012) and MA (2016) in Classics. During the academic year 2012-2013 she spent a Semester as Erasmus Student at the Albert-​Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg.
Her PhD dissertation, supervised by Prof. Giorgio Ieranò, investigates the translations and performances of ancient Greek drama by the Italian scholar Ettore Romagnoli (early 20th Century). Her interests of research also relate to Ancient Greek Music, New Dithyramb and Reception of Ancient Drama from antiquity to the contemporary age.
She worked as Project Coordinator of Laboratorio Dionysos – Archivio digitale del teatro antico (Trento) and spent the Michaelmas term 2018/2019 as academic visitor at the Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (Oxford). In partnership with Laboratorio Dionysos, APGRD and University of Groningen, she took part as convener to the joint Symposia on the Reception of Classics in Fascist Italy (2019, 2021).
She is currently post-doctoral researcher at the Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos (University of Coimbra), working on the CECH Secondary Project Rewriting Myth, under the supervision of Prof. Carmen Soares and Prof. Margarida Miranda. Her main research projects will focus on a new digital archive of the modern plays of ancient dramas in Portugal and on the re-writings and performances of Greek myths under Italian Fascism.
In 2016 she also gained a Master in Performing Arts Management at the Accademia Teatro Alla Scala and was intern at Piccolo Teatro di Milano. Thanks to this experience she had worked for many years as assistant director and production manager for Italian theatres and ensembles. She also directed two plays based on ancient Greek dramas: The Persians from Aeschylus (2015) and Ajax by Yiannis Ritsos (2018).
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