Dagmar Reichardt

Professor of Media Industry and Transcultural Studies
at the Latvian Academy of Culture in Riga, Latvia


Dagmar Reichardt is a proactive member of 15 international cultural and academic associations in Europe and the United States. She serves on the Scientific Boards of the International Association of Professors of Italian Studies AIPI, the Austrian-Canadian Society, and the Swiss Association for General and Comparative Literary Studies SGAVL/ASLGC, thus being member of the Swiss Academy of Humanities SAGW and the International Comparative Literature Association AILC/ICLA. Since 2016 Dagmar is member of ADS - Autorinnen und Autoren der Schweiz. Autrices et Auteurs de Suisse. Autrici ed Autori della Svizzera and Honorary Member of the German-Italian Centre for European Excellence Villa Vigoni. She campaigns for various journals (Kultur-Port, Transnational 20th Century, Culture Crossroads) and book series (Transcultural Studies/Peter Lang, Civiltà italiana/Franco Cesati, Studi transnazionali - Transnational Studies/Lithos).



Just out: "Literary Migrations in 18th Century Italy: from Movement to Stability"

Literary Migrations in 18th Century Italy: from Movement to Stability

Vol. 6 of the Book Series about "Transcultural Studies", Peter Lang Publisher


Migrazioni letterarie nel Settecento italiano: dal movimento alla stabilità, edited and with a preface by Sara Garau (Ed.), vol. 6 of the book series Transcultural Studies – Interdisciplinary Literature and Humanities for Sustainable Societies (TSIL) edited by Dagmar Reichardt, Rotraud von Kulessa and Costantino Maeder, Berlin et al.: Peter Lang, 2020.

Transcultural Studies – Interdisciplinary Literature and Humanities for Sustainable Societies (TSIL)

Pasolini's Latest King

Pasolini's Latest King

"Pasolinis letzter König", Pasolini Reading (from the filmscript Porno-Theo-Kolossal) by German actress Hannelore Hoger, Round Table with Dagmar Reichardt and Reinhold Zwick (Universität Münster, Germany), Katholische Akademie (Catholic Academy Hamburg), Herrengraben 4 (St. Michaelis-Hof),  20459 Hamburg, Germany, 25.3.2020, 19 h [postponed due to the COVID 19 pandemia; new date t.b.a.].


Igiaba Scego: "Würstchen"

Igiaba Scego, photo: Simona Filippini (2019)

Igiaba Scego: Würstchen, German translation of the short story Salsicce (2005, English translation: Sausages) by Dagmar Reichardt, online publication in KulturPort.De, 3.2.2020.