Langues

(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Natalia Appezzato Pinazza

Beneficiary country: 
Brazil
Fellow: 
Appezzato Pinazza Natalia Brazil Né(e) le 29 january 1985 dans São Paulo, Brazil natiapinazz@hotmail.com
Country of study: 
Canada
Last degree obtained: 

PhD, the University of Bath, United Kingdom

Scholarly work and publications: 

Books

Pinazza, N. (2014). Journeys in Argentine and Brazilian Cinema: Road Movies in a Global Era. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Norman, J. and Pinazza, N. (2014). The Penguin Portuguese Phrasebook. London: Penguin.

Bayman, L. and  Pinazza, N. (eds) (2013). World Film Locations: São Paulo. Bristol: Intellect.

Bayman, L. and Pinazza, N. (eds) (2013). Directory of World Cinema: Brazil. Bristol: Intellect.

Chapters and Articles

Pinazza, N. (2015) “Esquecer de Lembrar em Vale dos Esquecidose Huanacache Tierra Huarpe”, Significação: Revista de Cultura Audiovisual, 42 (44).

Pinazza, N (2012). “Diaspora and National Identity in Daniel Burman’s El abrazo  partido”, Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 21 (3), pp 437-448.

Pinazza, N (2011). "Transnationality and Transitionality in Sandra Kogut´s The Hungarian Passport", Alphaville: Journal of Media and Film Studies. University College Cork: Ireland. Available at: http://www.alphavillejournal.com/Issue%201/ArticlePinazza.html

Other Book Contributions

Pinazza, N (2014). “El Abrazo Partido”. World Film Locations: Buenos Aires. Bristol: Intellect.

Pinazza, N (2013). “Transnational Minhocão: The Emblematic Viaduct”. World Film Locations: São Paulo. Bristol: Intellect.

Pinazza, N (2013). “The Re-emergence of Brazilian Cinema: A Brief History” in Louis Bayman and Natália Pinazza (eds) Directory of World Cinema: Brazil,  Bristol: Intellect.

Pinazza, N (2013). “Brazilian Road Movies” in Louis Bayman and Natália Pinazza (eds) Directory of World Cinema: Brazil, Bristol: Intellect.

Pinazza, N (2013). "Representation of Indigenous People in Brazilian Cinema" i Louis Bayman and Natália Pinazza (eds) Directory of World Cinema: Brazil, Bristol: Intellect.

Pinazza, N (2011). "Emanuele Crialese´s Nuovomondo" in Louis Bayman           (ed)      Directory of World Cinema: Italy, Bristol: Intellect, pp 265-67.

Reviews

Review of Migration in Contemporary Hispanic Cinema by Thomas G. Deveny.   Plymouth: Scarecrow Press, 2012, in WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and  Society (December 2013).

Peer reviewed a number of articles in Brazilian cinema for the Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies and Alphaville: Journal of Media and Film Studies.