Assistant Professor of Romance Studies
Ziolkowski, Saskia. ““THE WORD ILLEGAL DIDN’T MAKE SENSE ANYMORE”.” Public Books, October 29, 2019.
Ziolkowski, Saskia. “THRESHOLDS AND MOTHERS: ELSA MORANTE’S “ARTURO’S ISLAND,” TRANSLATED FROM ITALIAN BY ANN GOLDSTEIN.” Reading in Translation, September 16, 2019.
Ziolkowski, Saskia. “Kafka Transformed (Review of Kafka’s Konundrum for Public Books).” Public Books, March 27, 2017.
Ziolkowski, Saskia. “Thomas Bernhard, Italo Calvino, Elena Ferrante, and Claudio Magris: From Postmodernism to Anti-Semitism.” In Thomas Bernhard’s Afterlives, 183–206. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2020.
Ziolkowski, Saskia. “Dreams and Ambiguity on Svevo’s European Stage: La rigenerazione and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” In "Oh Mio Vecchio William!” Italo Svevo and His Shakespeare, edited by Carmine DiBiase, 2015. Open Access Copy
Ziolkowski, Saskia. “Morante and Kafka: The Gothic Walking Dead and Talking Animals.” In Elsa Morante’s Politics of Writing Rethinking Subjectivity, History, and the Power of Art, edited by Stefania Lucamante. Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. Open Access Copy
Ziolkowski, Saskia. “Svevo's Dogs: Kafka and the Importance of Svevo's Animals.” In Italo Svevo and His Legacy for the Third Millennium Volume II: Contexts and Influences, edited by Giuseppe Stellardi and Emanuela Tandello Cooper. Troubador Publishing, 2014. Open Access Copy
Ziolkowski, Saskia. “Kafka and Italy: A New Perspective on the Italian Literary Landscape.” In Kafka for the Twenty-First Century, edited by Ruth V. Gross and Stanley Corngold, 2011. Open Access Copy
Ziolkowski, S. E. “Svevo's Uomo Senza Qualità: Musil and modernism in Italy.” In Gender and Modernity in Central Europe: The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and Its Legacy, 83–101, 2010. Open Access Copy
Ziolkowski, Saskia. “Names, Mediation, and Italian Literature in Emilia Galotti: From Dante’s Galeotto to Lessing’s Galotti.” Lessing Yearbook XLIII (2016). Open Access Copy
Ziolkowski, S. E. “The ends of an empire: Pier antonio quarantotti gambini's il cavallo Tripoli and joseph roth's radetzkymarsch.” Comparative Literature Studies 52, no. 2 (January 1, 2015): 349–78. https://doi.org/10.5325/complitstudies.52.2.0349. Full Text Open Access Copy
Ziolkowski, Saskia Elizabeth. ““So, then people do come here in order to live”: Interiority in the Novels of Rainer Maria Rilke and Scipio Slataper.” The Comparatist 33, no. 1 (2009): 109–31. https://doi.org/10.1353/com.0.0040. Full Text Open Access Copy