Books & Chapters:
Notaro A. Magiche Rifrazioni: Angela Carter e le riscritture della tradizione, Naples, Gallo, 1993
Notaro A. 'Da Rosalind alla nuova Eva: miti, maschere e travestitismi dell' uomo/donna' in Shakespeare e la sua eredita', Parma, Edizioni Zara, 1994
Notaro A. 'Drunk in charge of a narrative': the Carnivalization of Writing in Wise Children by Angela Carter', in S. Cenni and A.R. Falzon (eds.) Angela Carter Tradizioni, Innovazioni, Traduzioni, Trento, Tipi, 1997, pp. 77-97.
Notaro A. 'Resurrecting an Imperial Past: Strategies of Self-Representation and Masquerade in Fascist Rome (1934-1938)', in Renaissance and Modern Studies, vol. 40, 1997, pp. 59-70. Reprinted in Neil Leach (ed.), The Hieroglyphics of Space: Reading and Experiencing the Modern Metropolis, London: Routledge, 2002.
Notaro A., D. Cosgrove, D. Atkinson 'Monuments, Memories and Empire in Modern Rome: (Re)making the Imperial City (1870-1945)', in F. Driver & D. Gilbert (eds.), Imperial Cities, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1999, pp. 40-63.
Notaro A. et al. eds. 'Constructing the Futurist City: the Skyscraper' in City Sites: Chicago and New York, 1870s to 1930s, Electronic Book, December 2000, available at http://www.notarofam.com/annawork/citysites/
Notaro A. 'Visions of the Future in the American and European Modern(ist) Metropolis', in H. Krabbendam, M. Roholl & T. de Vries (eds.), The American Metropolis: Image and Inspiration, VU Press, Amsterdam, 2001.
Notaro A. “Going Digital: How Technology Is Shaping the Future of Urban Literature” in E. Federici and M. Parlati eds., Locating Subjects. Roma, Aracne 2009.
Notaro A. "The Magic Line in Matteo Pericoli's Unfurled Cities" in V. Bernard and H. O. Tuzun eds., IMAGES (III) Images of the City, Berlin, Verlag, 2014.
Notaro A. “Total recall: Longing in the (post)digital age” in Brigitte Lejuez et al eds. (Re)writing without borders: contemporary intermedial perspectives on literature and the visual arts, USA, Common Ground Publishing, 2018.
Notaro A. (ed.) et al. City Sites: Chicago and New York, 1870s to 1930s, Electronic Book, December 2000, available at http://www.notarofam.com/annawork/citysites/
Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals:
Notaro A. 'Richard Hoggart and the Great Tradition', in Le Lingue del Mondo, LIII, 4/5, 1988, pp. 30-33
Notaro A. 'A Woman's Place is in the Home': The Economics of Domesticity in The Yellow Wallpaper by C. Perkins Gilman (1899), in JAST, 1999,
available at http://www.notarofam.com/annawork/JASTPAP.DOC
Notaro A. 'Telling Imperial Histories: Contests of Narrativity and Representation in Post-Unification Rome (1870-1911)', in the electronic journal Paisano (University of Texas), June 2000, archived at http://www.notarofam.com/annawork/paisano/index.html
Notaro A. 'Futurist Cinematic Visions and Architectural Dreams', in The Irish Journal of American Studies, vol. 9, December 2000, pp.161-183.
Notaro A. 'Exhibiting the 'New Mussolinian City', Memories of Empire in the World Exhibition of Rome (EUR)', in Geojournal, Vol. 51, 2000, pp.15-22.
Notaro A. 'City Sites - an Electronic book', in American Studies Newsletter, July 2001.
Notaro A. 'Imagining the Cybernetic City: The Venus Project', originally presented at TECHNONATURES III, 37th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Stockholm, Sweden, 6-9 July 2005 in , Nebula 2.4 December 2005 available at http://www.nobleworld.biz/nebulaarchive.html
Notaro A. ‘Technology in search of an artist: questions of auteur/authorship in contemporary cinema', The Velvet Light Trap, JOURNAL OF FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES, issue 57, 2006, pp. 86-97. (Also translated and republished in the special issue on authorship (Autumn 2007) of “Kwartalnik Filmowy ” (“Film Quarterly”), leading film journal published by the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Science).
Notaro A. “The Lo(n)g Revolution: The Blogosphere as an alternative Public Sphere?'”
in Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 6.4 Fall 2006, available at http://www.notarofam.com/annawork/reconstruction/Reconstruction%206.4%20%282006%29.htm
Notaro A. " 'Innocence is Life' : searching for the post-humanist soul in Ghost in the Shell 2 (M. Oscii 2004)' in The International Journal of Comic Art, Spring 2007, pp.610-622.
Notaro A. “Swoosh Time: Nike’s Art of Speed ad campaign and the Blogosphere in Nebula. A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship, December 2008 (5.4) http://www.nobleworld.biz/images/Notaro2.pdf
Notaro A. ‘'Reality is in the performance': intersecting cinema, technology and the body’ in the June 2009 issue of Refractory: a Journal of Entertainment Media, published by the Screen Studies Program, School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne, available at http://blogs.arts.unimelb.edu.au/refractory/category/browse-past-volumes/volume-15/.
Notaro A. "The Spectacle of Urban Consumption", No 14, Spring Issue, March 2010 in CM: Communication Management Quarterly, pp. 5-32 available at
Notaro A. “The many futures of the book” in PKn , letnik 35, st 1, published by the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia ,June 2012 in print pp.3-19.
(2013) Notaro A. Back to the Future: Some Reflections on Authorship and Archiving in the Artistic Practice of Luciano Giaccari REWINDItalia Conference “Video Art in Italy 1968-1982” - MACRO Rome 19-20 April 2012, online http://www.rewind.ac.uk/Italia/NotaroEnglish.pdf
(2014) “How Networked Communication has changed the ways we tell stories” Between http://ojs.unica.it/index.php/between/article/view/1341 Vol 4. No 8
Co-editor with Dr Maria Laudando of a special issue of The Interdisciplinary Journal Anglistica Aion http://www.anglistica-aion-unior.org/#!blank/l2d7j on Attention, Agency, Affect in the Flow of Performing Audiences N. 18.1 (2014)
Refereed Conference Proceedings:
Notaro, A. “State-of-the-art: AI through the (artificial) Artist’s Eye” in Weinel, J., Bowen, J. P., Diprose, G., and Lambert, N. (eds.) (2020) EVA London 2020: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts. BCS, Electronic Workshops in Computing. ScienceOpen. DOI: 10.14236/ewic/EVA2020.0
(From English into Italian) H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia, (Una Utopia moderna), Milan, Mursia, 1990