Editorial

Marco Galea
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Marco Galea

Marco Galea studied at the University of Malta and the Department of Drama and Theatre Arts of the University of Birmingham where he was awarded a PhD in 2004. He has published on Maltese theatre history, Maltese literature, postcolonial theatre and postcolonial theory.

Between 2005-2007 he was President of L-Akkademja tal-Malti (The Maltese Writers’ Union) during which time the Maltese organization was accepted into the European Writers’ Council. His play celebrating the life and works of Francis Ebejer, Għażiż Francis, was performed successfully in 2007 and during the Malta International Arts Festival in 2008. His most recent publication is Ta’ Barra minn hawn: Ir-Razza u r-Radika fil-Letteratura Maltija (Klabb Kotba Maltin, 2011), an edited collection of essays exploring the relationship between race and literature in Malta.




Albert Gatt
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Albert Gatt

Albert Gatt is a cognitive scientist whose research focuses on the computational and psychological processes underlying language processing. He lectures in Linguistics and Computer Science at the University of Malta. He has translated several works of poetry and prose (primarily from Maltese into English) by authors such as Clare Azzopardi, Immanuel Mifsud, Adrian Grima and Antoine Cassar.







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