Federico Sabatini holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from Turin University where he’s currently teaching. He has published the book Im-marginable, a critical and philosophical study on space/place in the narratives by Joyce, Beckett and Genet. His research interests and publications focus on Modernism (Joyce, Woolf, Pound), Intertextuality, Philosophy, Visual Arts and Science. He’s the co-editor (with Teresa Prudente) of Cinematic Strategies in XXth Century Narratives and Beyond (Cambria Press, 2010) and has published articles in The Anachronist, Nebula and Rilune. His forthcoming publications include an essay on Joyce and Giordano Bruno in the forthcoming proceedings of James Joyce 2008 Symposium (Florida Press) and an essay on Woolf and Phenomenology in the forthcoming proceedings of "Woolf and The City 2009" (annual conference of the Virginia Woolf Society, Clemson Press.