Giulio Genovese

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PhD Candidate, Italian Studies
Contact Information
Office Location: 
Williams Hall 537
Office Hours: 
Mondays 11-12pm and Thursdays 3-4pm

Giulio Genovese holds a BA in Lettere Moderne from the University of Bologna (2015) and an MA cum laude in Lingua, letteratura e civiltà italiana from the Università della Svizzera Italiana (2017). He is co-editor of the peer-reviewed journal Bibliotheca Dantesca and serves as Graduate Assistant for the American Association for Italian Studies.

His academic interests include Dante Studies, gender studies, literary theory and digital humanities.


Teaching experience:

Intermediate Italian I (Fall 2019) 


Conference Participation: 

 -     Forthcoming. “The authorial voice through centuries and media. Von Trier using Dante to explain Von Trier”, Italian Graduate Conference at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 22-23 November 2019.

-     “Hidden authoriality in Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels”, Canadian Association for Italian Studies Conference, Orvieto, June 2019



Chapters in Books

-     Forthcoming. Genovese G,  “Hidden authoriality in Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels” (2020), Firenze University Press (peer-reviewed)

Other publications

-     Forthcoming. Genovese G,  “Staging Dante Today. A three-day residency of Teatro delle Albe at the University of Pennsylvania” (2019), Bibliotheca Dantesca.