Prof. Anne Urbancic
Office Phone: 416-585-4448
Office Location: VC107
Office Hours: M 4:30–5:30 at Ned's; W 2–4 in VC107
BEd University of Toronto
MA University of Toronto
PhD University of Toronto, 1983
Dr. Anne Urbancic is the academic programs coordinator at Victoria College. She is also coordinator of the Vic One Program where she teaches in both the Frye and Pearson streams. She was a member of the Department of Italian Studies from 1982 until 2014. Her studies have a primary focus on 19th- and 20th-century Italian literature and culture, including food culture. Dr. Urbancic has published widely in academic journals in both Europe and North America. She is co-founder of the Canadian Slovenian Historical Society. Nominated for several teaching awards, in 2012 she was awarded a Crescam Serviendo Faculty Recognition Award by Victoria College and also a Faculty of Arts and Science Outstanding Teaching Award.
She is currently working on aspects of Late Style Writing in Mario Pratesi's recently discovered final manuscript to complement her previous studies on this author.
Reviewing Mario Pratesi. The Critical Press and its Influence. Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press, 2014.
Cutrufelli, Maria Rosi. Reasonable Doubt. Translation of Complice il dubbio. Translated by G. Sanguinetti Katz and A. Urbancic and with prefatory essays byt he translators. Welland, ON: Éditions Soleil, 2007.
Bianchini, Angela. The Girl in Black, Translation of La Ragazza in nero, by G. Sanguinetti Katz and A. Urbancic. With Introductory Essay "The Role of Memory in The Girl in Black". Welland, ON: CSIS, Biblioteca di Quaderni d'Italianistica, 2002.
Winner of the Premio Nazionale per la Traduzione by the Italian Government for Translation.