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ルジチカ デイヴィッド | RUZICKA DAVID
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Language acquisition and extensive reading
  • Dante and English poetry
  • Dante and theology
Papers (26):
  • David Ruzicka. Teaching Academic English in the Age of AI: Notes on What Translation Software Means for University English Education. 信州大学総合人間科学研究. 2021. 15. 133-145
  • David Ruzicka. Metaphors of Nutrition in Inferno I: Dante's Veltro and the Philosophical Appetite. Ex-position. 2021. 45. 7-25
  • David Ruzicka. Dante's Veltro Riddle between History and Interpretation: A Material-Culture Reading of "non ciberà terra né peltro". Dante Studies. 2021. 138 (2020). 1-25
  • Mark Brierley, Amanda Gillis-Furutaka, Masaaki Niimura, David Ruzicka, Mamoru Takahashi, Takayoshi Yoshioka. Towards a Graded Reader Database. PanSIG Journal 2018: Selected Articles from the 2018 PanSIG Conference, Tokyo, Japan. 2019. 21-27
  • David Ruzicka. Poetry and Performance : Prolegomenon to a Reading of Robin Kirkpatrick's A Collection 稻草. 信州大学総合人間科学研究. 2018. 12. 182-193
MISC (4):
  • David Ruzicka. Review of Dante and the Human Body, ed. by Barnes and Petrie (Four Courts, 2008). Italian Studies. 2009. 64. 2. 315-317
  • David Ruzicka. Review of Experiencing the Afterlife: Soul and Body in Dante and Medieval Culture, by Manuele Gragnolati (University of Notre Dame Press, 2005). Modern Language Review. 2007. 102. 1. 249-251
  • David Ruzicka. Review of Dante and the Franciscans: Poverty and Papacy in the ‘Commedia’, by Nick Havely (Cambridge University Press, 2004). Italian Studies. 2006. 61. 2. 277-279
  • David Ruzicka. Review of Dante and the Human Body, ed. by Barnes and Petrie (Four Courts, 2008). Modern Language Review. 2006. 101. 2. 552-553
Lectures and oral presentations  (9):
  • Metaphors of Nutrition in Inferno I: Dante’s Veltro and the Philosophical Appetite
    (2020 TACMRS International Conference 2020)
  • ‘“Sanza danno di pecore o biade” (Purg. XXXIII, 51). L’enigma forte tra intertestualità e storia della guerra’
    (2nd International Dante Congress 2019)
  • ‘Dante’s Veltro Between Archaeology and Material Culture’
    (1st International Dante Congress 2017)
  • ‘Florence, Justice and the Topography of Dante’s Earthly Paradise’
    (ACIS [Australasian Centre for Italian Studies] 8th Biennial Conference 2015)
  • The Extensive Reading Foundation Placement Test: Teacher Interface
    (Extensive Reading World Congress Proceedings 2012)
Professional career (2):
  • PhD (Cambridge University)
  • MA (Cambridge University)
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