Natasa Gavrilovic*

University of Belgrade


Received Sylff fellowship in 2020.
Academic supervisor: Dr. Snežana Milinković, full professor

Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
2016: Master degree in Language, Literature and Culture Programme (Italian literature)
2016–2020: PhD student scholarship (The Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia)
2016–2020: Collaborator at the Faculty of Philology of Belgrade as a PhD student
2020: Erasmus + Scholarship, Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy (Study visit, research activities)
2020–Present: Teaching Assistant, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology (Italian Literature of the Medieval Period, Humanism and the Renaissance); Organizer and organizing team member for various events related to Italian culture at the Faculty of Philology and the Italian Institute in Belgrade (some by now established as traditional literary evenings dedicated to Dante Alighieri – “Happy Hour Dante")

PhD Student at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade (Serbia), where she earned her master’s degree in 2016. Her main interest is the dialogue between form and content in literature, with a particular attention to the “problematic” and hardly definable literary forms. She is currently working on the short form with moralistic content in Italian prose tradition, with the intention to extend this research to a larger field. From December 2020, she is a teaching assistant at the Department of Italian Studies of Belgrade. She also collaborates with the Italian Cultural Centre in Belgrade in various events. Her research areas also include the literary history of the city of Trieste, Claudio Magris’ oeuvres and European moralistic prose. After a year spent at the University of Padua doing research activities, she is currently living in Belgrade.

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