Claudia Lombardo

Ph.D. Student
Italian

At UNC since 2021
Advised by Professor Serenella Iovino
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Education

MA, Environmental Humanities, Roma Tre University, Italy

MA, Modern Philology and Italian Studies, University of Palermo, Italy

BA, Italian Language and Literature, University of Palermo, Italy

About Claudia

Claudia is a Teaching Assistant and Ph.D. student in Italian at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her joint academic background in Italian Philology and Environmental Humanities fuels her research interests in Phenomenology and Material Ecocriticism, with reference to the intersections of Italian contemporary literature and material landscape.

Publications

Una valorizzazione negata. Torri di Ligini: cronaca di un non finito della demolizione, NU3, 2019.

Karen Pinkus, Fuel. A Speculative Dictionary, Lebenswelt, 12, 2018 (Book Review).

Awards & Honors

Armida Marconi Falvo Graduate Award for excellence in Italian Studies, 2022

Typical Courses Taught

ITAL 101, Elementary Italian I

ITAL 102, Elementary Italian II