No. 1 - Year 14 - 12/2023
10.15291/sic/1.14

Note About Contributor(s)

Antonija Primorac

Antonija Primorac, born in Zagreb in 1976, is an associate professor at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka, Croatia. She is the author of What We Read When We Read Sherlock Holmes in Croatian: Translation, Pastiche, and the Digital Turn in World Literature (Što čitamo kad čitamo hrvatskog Sherlocka Holmesa: prijevod, pastiš i digitalni zaokret u svjetskoj književnosti, FFRI 2023) and Neo-Victorianism on Screen: Postfeminism and Contemporary Adaptations of Victorian Women (Palgrave Macmillan 2018). She has also co-edited the 2015 special issue of Neo-Victorian Studies entitled ‘Neo-Victorianism and Globalisation: Transnational Dissemination of Nineteenth-Century Cultural Texts’ and published numerous articles and chapters on adaptations and appropriations of nineteenth-century literature.