1. Space and Place in the Works of D.H. Lawrence, translated by Jill Franks, McFarland, Jefferson (NC) 2002.
  2. The Poetry of Thom Gunn: A Critical Study, translated by Jill Franks, with a foreword by Clive Wilmer, McFarland, Jefferson (NC) 2009.
  3. D. H. Lawrence e il Garda, con alcuni saggi e lettere di Lawrence, Il Sommolago, Arco, 2012. 
  4. D.H. Lawrence, La volpe, bilingual edition, edited and translated by Stefania Michelucci, Marsilio, Venezia, 2017.
  5. The British Aristocracy in Popular Culture. 200 years of Representations, edited by Stefania Michelucci, Ian Duncan and Luisa Villa, McFarland, Jefferson (NC) 2020. The British Aristocracy in Popular Culture – McFarland (
  1. “Cole Street, San Francisco: A Conversation with Thom Gunn”, Quaderni del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Moderne 8, 1996, pp. 261-288.
  2. “D.H. Lawrence’s Discovery of the Etruscans: A Pacific Challenge Against Imperialism”, in Moving the Borders, a cura di Marialuisa Bignami e Caroline Patey, Unicopli, Milano 1996, pp. 374-381.
  3. The Functional Aspect of the Wood in the Shorter Fiction by D.H. Lawrence”, B. A.S. (British and American Studies) 1, 1996, pp. 50-55.
  4. “Rites and Places in D.H. Lawrence’s The Prussian Officer”, B.A.S. (British and American Studies) 2, 1997, pp. 98-105.
  5. “La fuga nel mito: D.H. Lawrence e la prima guerra mondiale”, Quaderni del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Moderne 9, 1997, pp. 401-416. Special Issue: Grande Guerra e letteratura, ed. Massimo Bacigalupo and Roberto De Pol.
  6. “Planguaces: Lawrence, Languages and Places”, Etudes Lawrenciennes 14/15, 1997, pp. 135-147.
  7. “La funzionalità dello spazio/isola in D.H. Lawrence”, L’immagine riflessa 2, 1997, pp. 263-281.
  8. “The Violated Silence: D.H. Lawrence’s ‘The Man Who Loved Islands’”, in Ann R. Cacoullous and Maria Sifianou (eds), Anatomies of Silence: Selected Papers of the 2nd HASE Conference, Parousia, Atene 1998, pp. 106-113. Selected for Translating Floating Islands, edited by Stephanos Stephanides and Susan Bassnett, COTEPRA Reader Series, Bologna 2002.
  9. , “The Large Gesture of Solitary Man: Thom Gunn and Caravaggio”, Agenda 37, 1999, pp. 64-69. Special issue: Thom Gunn at Seventy.
  10. “A Man Who Loved Islands: D.H. Lawrence and the Paradox of Rananim”, in Vite di Utopia, ed. Vita Fortunati and Paola Spinozzi, Longo Editore, Ravenna 2000, pp. 311-319.
  11. “Celare ostentando: la messa in scena della passione in Fighting Terms di Thom Gunn”, in Le passioni tra ostensione e riserbo, ed. Romana Rutelli and Luisa Villa, ETS, Pisa 2000, pp. 199-207.
  12. “Sexuality’s Mortal Trap: Sex and Contamination in Aaron’s Rod”, Etudes Lawrenciennes 23, 2000, pp. 25-44.
  13. “Lo spazio protagonista: crisi della rappresentazione e sperimentazione nel Modernismo”, Quaderni del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Moderne 11, 2000, pp. 135-146.
  14. “Laying the Ghost: D.H. Lawrence’s Fight with Ruskin”, in Ruskin and Modernism, ed. Giovanni Cianci and Peter Nicholls, Palgrave, Basingstoke 2001, pp. 181-193.
  15. “Passion and Performance in Fighting Terms”, English 50, 2001, pp. 39-46.
  16. “D.H. Lawrence’s Representation of the Body and the Visual Arts”, in Writing the Body in D.H. Lawrence: Essays on Language, Representation, and Sexuality, ed. by Paul Poplawski, Greenwood Press, Westport (Conn.) 2001, pp. 19-30.
  17. “The Peasants of the Villa Mirenda”,  D.H.. Lawrence Review 30, 2001, pp. 1-12.
  18. “Il corpo dipinto: D.H. Lawrence e Cézanne”, in Il Cézanne degli scrittori, dei poeti e dei filosofi, ed. Giovanni Cianci, Elio Franzini and Antonello Negri, Bocca Editori, Milano 2001, pp. 231-250.
  19. “Wrestling with the ‘rappel à l’ordre’: Thom Gunn the New Modernism of the Sixties”, in In and Around the Sixties, ed. Mirella Billi and Nicholas Brownless, Settecittà, Viterbo 2002, pp. 119-130.
  20. “Words and Icons: The Suggestions of Visual Arts in Lawrence from Study of Thomas Hardy to Women in Love”, Englishes 18 (6), 2002, pp. 61-78.
  21. “Metamorphoses of the Body in Thom Gunn’s Poetry”, Annales Du Monde Anglophone 17, 2003, pp. 107-117.
  22. “New Conceptios of Space: Experimentation and Crisis of Representation in Modernism”, in Raum und Zeitreisen. Studien in der Literatur und Kultur des 19te und 20te Jahrhunters, herausgegeben von Hans Ulrich Seeber und Julika Griem, Max Niemeyer Verlag, Tuebingen 2003, pp. 119-125.
  23. “L’Espace Perdu: D.H. Lawrence’s Travel Writing”, Studies in Travel Writing 8, 2004, pp. 35-48.
  24. “Introduction” to Writing and the Idea of Authority, Textus XIX (2) 2006, pp. 269-284.
  25. “D.H. Lawrence’s Fortunes in Italy”, in The Reception of D.H. Lawrence in Europe, ed. Dieter Mehl and Christa Jansohn, Continuum, London 2007, pp. 79-91. Series: The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe (Series Editor: Elinor Shaffer).
  26. “La dimensione visiva in Lady Chatterley’s Lover”, in Il corpo, la fiamma, il desiderio. D.H. Lawrence, Firenze e la sfida di Lady Chatterley, ed. Serena Cenni and Nick Ceramella, Edizioni dell’Assemblea, Firenze 2010, pp. 241-260.
  27. The Line and the Circle: D.H. Lawrence, World War I and Myth”, in New D.H. Lawrence, ed. Howard J. Booth, Manchester University Press, Manchester 2009, pp. 117-129.
  28. “Uprooting: The Beginning of Existential Crisis in The Rainbow”, in Renzo D’Agnillo, D. H. Lawrence’s The Rainbow. Re-readings of a Radical Text, ed. Renzo d’Agnillo, Aracne, Roma 2010, pp. 85-107.
  29. “For ever in Transit: D.H. Lawrence’s Displacement”, in The Politics and Poetics of Displacement. Ed. Massimo Bacigalupo and Luisa Villa, Campanotto, Udine 2011, pp. 87-98.
  30. “La Toscana etrusca e quella romana di D.H. Lawrence”, in Una sconfinata infatuazione: Firenze e la Toscana nella metamorfosi della cultura angoamericana: 1861-1915, ed. Serena Cenni and Francesca di Blasio, Edizioni dell’Assemblea, Firenze 2012.
  31. “A Means of Non-verbal Communication: D.H. Lawrence and Popular Dance”, Lake Garda: Gateway to D.H. Lawrence’s Voyage to the Sun, ed. by Nick Ceramella, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, 2013, pp. 295-313.
  32. “Kasbahs and Souks: Wyndham Lewis’s Civilized Barbary”, in Modernism and the Mediterrean: Literature and Politics, 1900-1937, Rome, Aracne, 2014, pp. 97-129.
  33. “D. H. Lawrence and the Arts: A Sketch of the Critical Heritage”, Introduction to D.H. Lawrence and the Arts, special issue of The D.H. Lawrence Review 14 (1), 2015, pp. 1-21.
  34. “E.M. Forster: ‘The Story of a Panic’: An Anthropological Reading.” In E. M. Forster Revisited, ed. Gloria Lauri-Lucente, Francesco Marroni and Tania Zulli, Merope 61-62, 2015, pp. 93-114.
  35. “I volti dell’innocenza nella poesia di Thomas Traherne” in Natura ed etologia dall’antichità al rinascimento, ed. Stefano Pittaluga, LEDIZIONI, Milano, 2015, pp. 133-151.
  36. “D.H. Lawrence’s (Un)happy Islands”, Etudes Lawrenciennes, special issue, D. H. Lawrence, his Contemporaries and the First World War, 46, 2015. 
  37. “Translating Lawrence: A Personal Experience with an Elusive Fox” in Simonetta de Filippis (ed.), D. H. Lawrence: New Critical Perspectives and Cultural Translation, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, New Castle Upon Tyne, 2016, pp. 339-358.
  38. “Flying Above California”: Il volo nella poesia di Thom Gunn, Quaderni di Palazzo Serra, 29, 2016, pp. 95-104.
  39. “The Annihilation of History in D.H. Lawrence’s Later Works”, Etudes Lawrenciennes 48, 2017.
  40. “A Cornish Influence on D.H. Lawrence’s The Fox”, JDHLS 4 (3), 2017, pp. 153-160.
  41. “A Challenge to All Authorities: Stefania Michelucci, “D.H.Lawrence’s Provocative Remote South,” Folia linguistica et litteraria. Destination/s. Niksic: Faculty of Philology, 2018, pp. 85-94.
  42. “An Introduction to Thom Gunn’s Letters and Teaching Notes on D.H. Lawrence”, The D. H. Lawrence Review 43 (1-2), 2018, pp. 141-147.
  43. “Topsy Turvy Deaths in DHL’s ‘The Fox'”, Rivista di Letterature Moderne e Comparate, LXII, n. 1, 2019, pp. 37-47.
  44. “D.H. Lawrence’s Etruscan Seduction”, Etruscan Studies, 22 (1-2), 2019, pp. 95-108.
  45. “Translation”, The Edinburgh Companion to D.H. Lawrence and the Arts, edited by Catherine Brown and Sue ReidEdinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2020, pp.  95-108.
  1. Introduction (pp. XV-XLIX) and notes (pp. 243-268) to Twilight in Italy and Other Essays by D.H. Lawrence, Penguin, London 1997. Series: “Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics”.
  2. Introduction (pp. 9-18) and notes to Sul lago di Garda by D.H. Lawrence, edited by Stefania Michelucci, Newton Compton, Roma 1999.
  3. Introduction (pp. 15-23) and notes (pp. 285-297) to John Mortimer, Avventure di un avvocato: Rumpole all’ “Old Bailey”, translated and edited by Stefania Michelucci, with an afterword by Remo Ceserani (pp. 9-11), Sellerio, Palermo 1999. Series “Judicial novels”, general editor Remo Ceserani, reprinted in the series “La memoria” in 2003.
  4. Stefania Michelucci and Michael Hollington (eds.), Writing and the Idea of Authority, Textus XIX (2) 2006.
  5. Stefania Michelucci and Paul Poplawsky (guest editors),D. H. Lawrence and the Arts, Special Issue of The D.H. Lawrence Review 41 (1), 2015.
  6. Stefania Michelucci (translated and edited by), D.H. Lawrence, La Volpe, Marsilio, Venezia, 2017.
  1. Francesco S. Tolone, Pigri santi del meridione/Lazy Saints of the South, trans. into English by Jefferson Adams and Stefania Michelucci, South Ash Press, Tempe, Arizona 1992.
  2. John Mortimer, Avventure di un avvocato: Rumpole all’ “Old Bailey”, trans. and ed. Stefania Michelucci, Sellerio, Palermo 1999. Series “Judicial stories” ed. Remo Ceserani.. Reprinted in the series “La memoria” in 2003.
  3. D.H. Lawrence, Figli e amanti, ed. Giovanni Cianci, translated by Franca Cancogni and Stefania Michelucci, Einaudi, Turin, 2003. It is the translation of the critical edition of Sons and Lovers, published for the first time by Cambridge University Press in 1992.
  4. D. H. Lawrence, La Volpe, translated by Stefania Michelucci, bilingual edition, Venice, Marsilio, 2017.
  1. “Technology and Mechanization, 1890-1930”, Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism, edited by Paul Poplawski, Greenwood Press, Westport (Conn.) 2003, pp. 417-418.
  2. D. H. Lawrence (L’amante di Lady Chatterley, Apocalisse, L’arcobaleno, Crepuscolo in Italia, Donne innamorate, Figli e amanti, Luoghi etruschi, Mare e Sardegna, Mattinate messicane, Il pavone bianco, Poesie di Lawrence, Il serpente piumato, Studi sulla letteratura classica americana, Il Trasgressore)”, “Ted Hughes” (Poesie di Hughes) e “Philip Larkin” (Jill, Poesie di Larkin), Grande Dizionario Bompiani delle opere e dei personaggi di tutti i tempi e di tutte le letterature, 12 vols., Bompiani, Milano 2005.
  3. “Miniera”, in Dizionario di temi letterari, edited by Remo Ceserani, Mario Domenichelli and Pino Fasano, 3 vols., UTET, Turin, 2007, pp. 1510-1511.
  1. Bibliography, D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love, BUR, Milano 2004, pp. 691-698.
  1. “La natura, il femminino e l’arte”, recensione di Sergio Perosa, L’isola, la donna, il ritratto, in L’indice dei libri del mese, Gennaio 1997, p. 20.
  2. Review of Stefano Manferlotti, James Joyce, Rubbettino, Catanzaro 1997, in Rivista di letterature moderne e comparate 52 (4), 1999, pp. 419-421.
  3. Review of Giuseppe Martella, Parallelo biblico e modernità, CLUEB, Bologna 1997, in Rivista di letterature moderne e comparate 53, 2000, pp. 93-95.
  4. Review of Roberto M. Dainotto, Regions, Cultures, Communities, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY and London 2000, in Textual Practice 15, 2001, pp. 18-22.
  5. Review of Sheila Taylor, On The Trail of the Phoenix: An Adventure and a Meditation, Routledge Books, Danbury (CT) 1999, D. H. Lawrence Review 30, 2001, pp. 66-67.