Juliette Bellacosa

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Ph.D. Candidate, Italian Studies
Contact Information
Office Location: 
Williams Hall 536
Office Hours: 
Thursdays 2-3pm and Fridays 1-2pm

Juliette Bellacosa holds a B.A. magna cum laude from Wellesley College, where she completed a double major in Art History and French.


Her Art History major concentrated on Italian artists and Italian movements from the fifteenth through the twentieth centuries, with a focus on the Italian Renaissance and Baroque periods in particular. As part of her French major, she mainly focused on French Theatre and Cinema. Throughout her time at Wellesley, she was a writing tutor. In addition, in conjunction with a professor in the Italian Studies department at Wellesley, she was an editorial assistant for the Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies.


Her academic interests include Renaissance Art, Cinema and Media Studies and Visual Studies. She is in the process of completing the Graduate Certificate in Cinema and Media Studies. She is co-editor of the peer-reviewed journal Bibliotheca Dantesca.


Teaching Experience:


Elementary Italian 1 (ITAL 110), Fall 2019


Conference Participation:


-     Forthcoming. “Rossellini and the View in the Broken Mirror”, Italian Graduate Conference at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, November 22-23, 2019.

-     “Raphael and the Feminine Mystique”, French and Italian Graduate Society Conference, University of Pennsylvania, March 30-31, 2019.