Massimo Mandolini-Pesaresi

Massimo Mandolini-Pesaresi

Massimo Mandolini-PesaresiOccupation: Professor; Author

PhD in Italian Lit., Yale University, New Haven (1990)
Laurea in Letter Classiche, University Rome (1974)
Laurea in Filosofia, University Rome (1980)

Retired (2009)
Associate Faculty, Italian Dept., Saddleback College (2003-2009)
Visiting Professor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2001-2002)
Visiting Research Fellow, Columbia University (2000-2001)
Associate Professor, Italian Dept, Columbia University (1999-2000)
Assistant Professor, Italian Dept., Columbia University (1992-1999)
Visiting Assistant Professor, Italian Dept., Columbia University (1991-1992)
Visiting Assistant Professor, Italian Dept., Georgetown University (1990-1991)
Visiting Assistant Professor, French and Italian Dept., Emory University (1989-1990)
Visiting Lecturer French and Italian Dept., Yale University (1988-1989)
Part time Acting Instructor Italian Dept., Yale University (1987-1988)
Teaching Assistant, Italian Dept., Yale University (1984-1987)

Involved in Activism for Human Rights (Palestinian human rights); Donated to Islamic Relief

Creative Works:
Author: Grecian Vistas: Giacomo Leopardi and Romantic Hellas, 1999, A Companion for Darkness: Classical Twilights in the II Millennium, 2006

Holderlin-Gesellschaft, University of Tubingen (Germany); US Campaign for Palestinian Rights; Byron Society of America, University of Delaware; Jewish boys for Peace; Society of Crypto-Jewish Studies, Los Angeles, CA

Son of Bruna Mandolini-Pesaresi and Leandro Pesaresi

Study of Arabic and Classical Hebrew


Biography Sources:
Who’s Who in America – 2010, 64th Edition (pub. 2009)


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