·          Antoine Acker (University of Turin): Negotiating Nature in the Americas


·          Esterino Adami (University of Turin): Texts that Change Your Life: Commitment and Imagination in Indian Graphic Narratives


·          Roberto Beneduce (University of Turin):  Ethnopsychiatry


·          Michela Borzaga (University of Vienna): Ecological Laboratories: Rewriting Human Rights in Africa


·          Roger Bromley (Professor Emeritus University of Nottingham): Writing as Resistance: 'dollars for oil' and the coloniality of being.


·          Marta Cariello & Olga Solombrino (University of Naples): Different Allocations of Humanness: Humanitarian Crises, Human Frames


·          Franca Cavagnoli (University of Milan): Translation Theories and Practice


·          Luigi Cazzato (University of Bari): Postcolonial Studies, Decolonial Thinking, Human Rights


·          Carmen Concilio (University of Turin): Amitav Ghosh's Environmental Concern


·          Irene De Angelis (University of Turin): Contemporary Irish Ecopoetry


·          Paola Della Valle (University of Turin):  Translating The Whale Rider by Witi Ihimaera


·          Sonia Di Loreto (University of Turin): Transnational Digital Humanities and American Studies


·          Serenella Iovino (University of Turin): Written on Landscapes and Bodies: Dimensions of Environmental Justice and Planetary Metaphors


·          Marilena Parlati (University of Padua): Garbage and Trash


·          Virginia Pignagnoli (Universitą di Venezia): An Introduction to Literature in the Digital Age


·          Alessandro Vescovi (University of Milan): Amitav Ghosh, Language in the Ibis trilogy