Luciana Dadico’s research interests are focused on reading experience, the mediation of reading through books and electronic devices, Literature and subjectivity, Aesthetic Theory, Critical Theory of Society, Digital Media and Technology, Literary Criticism, German Philosophy and Psychoanalysis. She has published papers about the immanent categories of books (Book “physiognomics” in a psychological study on the reading, 2012) and the vision of subject in Flaubert’s writings (Flaubert and the subject twilight: an analysis of the tale “A simple heart”, 2011) among others.
She taught in the Graduate Program of Psychology of Learning and Human Development of the University of São Paulo (USP) and in undergraduate programs of the University of São Paulo State (UNESP) and the University of Guarulhos (UnG). She has been Director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Children Care (CATI). Her PhD thesis was developed in the University of São Paulo and in the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and was supported by The Brazilian Research Council (CNPq) and by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
She is supported by the Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (2013-2015) to do a Post-Doc at the Psychology Institute of the University of São Paulo and to do research as a Visiting Scholar at The Program in Critical Theory.