Massimo Mandolini-Pesaresi

Massimo Mandolini-Pesaresi

Massimo Mandolini-PesaresiOccupation: Professor; Author

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

Career:
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)

Civic:
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

Memberships:
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

Family:
Son of Bruna Mandolini-Pesaresi and Leandro Pesaresi

Hobbies:
Study of Arabic and Classical Hebrew

Email:
mmp23@aya.yale.edu
mmandolinipesaresi@saddleback.edu

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

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