Public Life, Imaginary, and Identity in Contemporary Italian Film
About the author(s)/editor(s)
is Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature at the College of Staten Island and at the Graduate Center/CUNY. He has published extensively on Italian film, television studies, and contemporary Italian literature. He is author of (2002) and coeditor of (2012), and (2012).is Associate Professor at the University of Roma Tre. His books include (2007), (2013), and (2015). He is the author of numerous articles in international journals and edited volumes, both on the intersection of politics and history in Italian cinema and on the theoretical implications of the advent of the digital era.
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