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Ph.D. Candidate in Italian
NeMLA; “L’ossessione lirica della materia: Futurist Montage in Poetry and the Visual Arts,” March 2013.
Paper accepted, UCLA Graduate Conference on Italian Polarities; “Fra tradizione e avanguardia: Maria Ginanni e Amelia Rosselli,” January 2013.
Carolina Conference on Romance Languages; "The Dynamics of Representation: Italian Futurist Photography and the Montage Aesthetic," March 2012.
Graduate session of the Middlebury Italian School, summer 2013.
FLAS/CREEES grant for intensive Russian language study, summer 2012.
Graduate Theme Associate, Stanford Casa italiana, academic years 2012-2013 and 2013-2014.
Languages: Italian, Russian, Spanish (reading)
December 2010: B.A., Bennington College. Thesis title: “L’ossessione lirica della materia”: il montaggio futurista nella poesia e nelle arti visive.
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