Lorenzo Buonvivere earned his MA in Modern Languages for Management and International Cooperation (English-Chinese) at the University “G. d’Annunzio” of Chieti-Pescara in 2021. His thesis, titled “‘Looking for Wilderness’: Jay Griffiths’s and Kathleen Jamie’s Stories and Language Beyond the Human”, analysed the travel narratives of the two authors to look at positive representations of nature in British contemporary environmental discourse.

He is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Roma Tre University, where he is doing research on the discourse of ecotourism with a project titled “The Language of Ecotourism: An Ecolinguistic Approach”. His main interests include ecolinguistics, cognitive linguistics, and Critical Discourse Analysis. Previously, he has published reviews on The Gissing Journal.