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Ph.D. Student in Italian | Dey 217

At UNC Since 2021 [iconheading type=”h3″ style=”fa fa-graduation-cap”]Education[/iconheading]
  • MA Italian Studies, European Literary Cultures, Linguistics, University of Bologna, Italy
  • BA Italian Language and Literature, University of Florence, Italy
[iconheading type=”h3″ style=”fa fa-user”]Bio[/iconheading]

Daniele is a first-year PhD student and a Teacher Assistant in the Italian Department at UNC. His research especially focuses on Italian literature and philosophy between the end of the 19th and the first decades of the 20th-century, and particularly on symbolism, aestheticism, avant-gardes, and neoidealism. He is also interested in other important 20th-century cultural movements related to the “fundamentals crisis”, such as Konservative Revolution, and the “long wave” that, starting from postmodernism and post-structuralism, reaches cultural debates of great topical relevance, such as Italian Theory, posthumanism and accelerationism.

[iconheading type=”h3″ style=”fa fa-book”]Publications[/iconheading]
  • “La Testa di Ferro (1920-1921): Vita editoriale del Giornale del fiumanesimo”, Storia e problemi contemporanei, n. 68 (January-April 2015), pp. 153-164.
[iconheading type=”h3″ style=”fa fa-group”]Courses Taught[/iconheading]
  • ITAL 101
  • ITAL 102
  • ITAL 122