Silvia Albertazzi is Professor of Literature, Postcolonial Studies, and History of English Culture at the University of Bologna, Italy. She has published and co-edited volumes on postmodern and postcolonial literature, the literary fantastic, Indian writing in English, and the relationship between literature and photography.Francesco Cattani is Adjunct Professor in Feminist Theory and Gender Studies at the University of Bologna, Italy, and teaches English Literature at Fondazione Milano, Italy. His research focuses on the narration and construction of identity in black British literature and visual culture.Rita Monticelli is Associate Professor of English Literature, Theories of Culture, Postcolonial Theories, Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Bologna, Italy. She has published extensively on gender theories, memory/trauma studies, utopia/utopianism, postcolonial theories and criticism, orientalism, and travel literature.Federica Zullo teaches English Literature at the University of Ferrara, Italy. Her main research areas include Victorian and Neo-Victorian literature, Anglophone literature (India, the Caribbean, and Africa), postcolonial and gender studies.