Anna Stegh Camati

Dr. Anna Stegh Camati (UNIANDRADE, Curitiba, Paraná), Co-Editor for Brazil.

Dr. Camati is an active Shakespeare scholar who coordinates a major annual Shakespeare festival in the month of April in Curitiba/Brazil, together with Dr. Célia Arns de Miranda and Dr. Liana Leão, a popular event that promotes lectures, workshops, round-tables and seminars for people in love with Shakespeare. Camati will be chairing a seminar entitled “Shakespearean Metamorphoses: Intermedial Transactions”, with Dr. José Roberto O’Shea and Dr. Tom Bishop in Prague (2011) .Having published numerous articles on Shakespeare in Brazil, Camati is co-editor of the collected volume Shakespeare Sob Múltiplos Olhares [Multiple Perspectives on Shakespeare], 2009, and co-editor of the periodical Scripta Uniandrade – the last issue, nº 7, 2009, was dedicated to Shakespeare, entitled Releituras contemporâneas de Shakespeare [Contemporary Rereadings of Shakespeare].

Anna Stegh Camati is a Full Professor of English and American Literature at the Centro Universitário Campos Andrade (UNIANDRADE–PR). She lectures at the Masters Course in Literary Theory (Drama and Theatre Studies) at the UNIANDRADE since 2006. She is a retired Associate Professor of English and American Literature of the Federal University of Paraná (Brazil). Camati received her Masters degree in English and American Literature in 1978 at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) and her Ph.D. in English Language and Anglo-American Literature at the University of São Paulo (USP) in 1987. She concluded her post-doctoral studies at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) in 2008, with the research project entitled “Shakespearean Palimpsests: A Midsummer Night’s Dream in New Languages, Media, Histories and Geographies”. She has published many articles on English and American literature, focusing on theater and drama.

Contact
Anna Stegh Camati
UNIANDRADE/PR Ed. Amélia Augusta , Sala 409
Campus Cidade Universitária
Rua João Scuissiato, nº 1 Prolongamento Av. Iguaçu. Santa Quitéria
Curitiba Paraná Brazil
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Recent Publications

Camati’s recent publications include studies of textual appropriation and stage and film adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays, such as:

  1. CAMATI, A. S. A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Patricia Fagundes’ Intermedial Performance Aesthetics (PDF). Aletria, v. 23, n. 3, set./dez. 2013, p. 141-156.
  2. CAMATI, A. S. Sonho de uma noite de verão no cinema: travessias e transações intermidiáticas. Revista da Anpoll, Multimodalidade e intermidialidade: abordagens lingüísticas e literárias, vol. 2, nº 27, 2009, p. 289-313.
  3. CAMATI, A. S. Um clássico afro-brasileiro: os processos criativos do Grupo Caixa Preta em Hamlet sincrético (PDF, password required). Anais da V Reunião da ABRACE. São Paulo: USP/ECA, 2009, p. 1-5.
  4. CAMATI, A. S. Da adaptação à intermidialidade: Sonho de uma noite de verão em fantasia homoerótica. Todas as Letras, vol. 10, nº 2, 2008, p. 70-76.
  5. CAMATI, A. S. Sonho de uma noite de verão: tradução para o imaginário cultural do século XX (PDF). Scripta Uniandrade, Curitiba, nº 5, 12007, p. 137-152.
  6. CAMATI, A. S. Sonho de uma noite de verão: o erudito e o circense em cena. In: CAMATI, A. S.; MIRANDA, C.A. (orgs.). Shakespeare sob múltiplos olhares. Curitiba: Ed. Solar do Rosário, 2009, p. 269-290.
  7. CAMATI, A. S. Rereading Shakespeare’s Ophelia: Marcelo Marchioro’s Performance Aesthetics (Abstract in PDF). In: KAWACHI, Yoshiko & COURTNEY, Krystyna Kujawinska (eds.). Multicultural Shakespeare: Translation, Appropriation and Performance. Lódz: Lódz University Press, 2006. p. 69-80.
  8. CAMATI, A. S. The Shakespearean Intertext in Polanski’s The Pianist. Claritas: Revista do Departamento de Inglês. São Paulo: PUC, v. 12, n. 2, 9-23.
  9. CAMATI, A. S. Textual Appropriation: Totalitarian Violence in Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Tom Stoppard’s Cahoot’s Macbeth (PDF). In: O’SHEA, J. R.; GUIMARÃES, D. L. & BAUMGÄRTEL, S. A. Mixed with Other Matter: Shakespeare’s Drama Appropriated. Ilha do Desterro, nº 49, jul./dez. 2005. p. 339-367.
  10. “Hamletrash: a Brazilian Hamlet Made of Scraps”. In: RESENDE, Aimara (ed).
  11. “Shakespeare no Parque: Hamlet de Marcelo Marchioro”. In: AQUINO, Ricardo B. & MALUF, Sheila D. (orgs). Dramaturgia e Teatro. Maceió: EDUFAL, 2004.