Four-years degree in Arts and Humanities, major in Classics, 1993. PhD in Italian Studies, 2001. Both at the University of Bologna. A two-years period as a teacher of Classics, Italian and History in high schools, 2001 and 2002. Adjunct 2002 to 2006. Assistant Professor in 2006, confirmed in 2009. Since 2014, Associate Professor of Italian Contemporary Literature.
Instructor in Seminars upon Dante, Rhetoric, and Metrics from 1994 to 1996, and upon Written Italian, Poetics and Rhetoric, and Literature from 2002 to 2006. Assistant Professor of Contemporary Italian Literature in the Dams (Fine Arts, Film and Performing Arts) undergraduate program. Then, instructor in seminars on Italian Contemporary Poetry within the undergraduate program in Literature. Teacher in Metrics, Comparative Metrics, Metrics and Contemporary Verse Theory, and ultimately, Verse and Prose Theory in the graduate program in Italian Studies, European Literature and Linguistics. From 2015 to 2018, teacher of Twentieth-Century Italian Poetry in the forementioned MA Program.
Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor in Italy (Universities of Pavia, Milano Bicocca, Urbino, Trento), France (Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III), Germany (Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Freie Universität Berlin), Belgium (Universiteit Gent), The United States (Brown University, Providence; Indiana University, Bloomington; University of California, Los Angeles; Colby College, Waterville, Maine), Japan (Senshu University in Tokyo, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto), and the Middle East (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Contributor in monthly magazines like "Lyrica" and "Opéra International"; in papers, like “Il Sole 24 Ore”, “Liberazione", and “Il manifesto”; in periodicals, such as “Alfabeta2”, "L'Indice dei Libri del Mese", "Left-Avvenimenti", "Semicerchio", "Poesia", "Alias Domenica".
Since 2014, Deputy of the Dean of Department for foreign relationships, and coordinator of the Foreign Relationships Committee at the Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies.
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