Silvia Bigliazzi is Professor of English Literature at Verona University. Her fields of interest include literature and the visual arts, textual performance,translation studies, Shakespeare, the English Renaissance and the Classical legacy. Among her publications, Il colore del silenzio.Il Novecento tra parola e immagine (Marsilio 1998), Oltre il genere. Amleto tra scena e racconto (Edizioni dell’Orso 2001), Sull’esecuzione testuale (ETS 2002), Nel prisma del nulla. L’esperienza del non-essere nella drammaturgia shakespeariana (Liguori 2005), John Donne.Poesie (with Alessandro Serpieri, Rizzoli 20092), William Shakespeare.Romeo e Giulietta (Einaudi 2012), the Italian translation of the Arden edition of Double Falsehood (Rizzoli 2012), and the edition of several collections of essays (Distraction Individualized. Figures of Insanity in Early Modern England, Cierre 2012; Theatre Translation in Performance, Routledge 2013, Revisiting the Tempest. The Capacity to Signify, Palgrave 2014; Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, and Civic Life, Routledge 2016) as well as Journal Special Issues (Scepticism and The Culture of Paradox, English Literature1 2014; Diegesis and Mimesis, Skenè 2.2 2016; The Tyrant’s Fear, Comparative DramaPart 1: 51.4 2017, and Part 2: 52.1-2 2018). She is co-editor of Skenè. Journal of Theatre and Drama Studies, the Arden series Shakespeare Global Inverted (Bloomsbury), and Anglica (ETS).