Senior Lecturer and Director of Language Studies, Concentration Advisor
Cristina Abbona-Sneider (Brown Ph.D., 1998) is Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies, and teaches language and culture courses at all levels. She also coordinates and administers all aspects of the language program and serves as supervisor and trainer for graduate teaching assistants. She is co-...
Professor of Italian Studies , Professor of History, On leave, Fall 2022
Caroline Castiglione is Professor of Italian Studies and History. Her research interests include political, legal, gender, and women's history in Italy and Europe between 1500-1800. Her first book, Patrons and Adversaries: Nobles and Villagers in Italian Politics, 1640-1760 (Oxford...
Dupee University Professor, Professor of Anthropology and Italian Studies, On leave, Fall 2022
David Kertzer joined Brown in 1992 as Paul Dupee, Jr., University Professor of Social Science. A Professor of Anthropology and Italian Studies, he was appointed Provost in 2006, serving in that role until 2011. Kertzer founded and directed the Anthropological Demography program. He was also...
Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Italian Studies
Evelyn Lincoln is an art historian specializing in the history of print culture and the book in the early modern period, with a special focus on Rome. She is also the chair of History of Art and Architecture and a member of the Center for the Study of the Early Modern World. She received...
Professor of Italian Studies , On leave, Spring 2023
R.L. Martinez has published extensively on Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio, Ariosto, and Machiavelli. He is the co-editor, with Robert Durling, of the Oxford University Press edition of Dante's Comedy, and, also with Durling, co-authored a book on Dante's lyrics (Time and the Crystal:...
Professor of Italian Studies, Director of Graduate Studies, Coordinator of the Virtual Humanities Lab, Affiliated Professor of Modern Culture and Media
Massimo Riva was educated in Italy (Laurea in Filosofia, University of Florence, 1979) and the United States (Ph.D. in Italian literature, Rutgers University, 1986). His teaching ranges from Boccaccio's Decameron to modern and contemporary literature, film, media and the...
Professor and Chair of Italian Studies , Professor of Comparative Literature, Affiliated Professor of Modern Culture and Media
Suzanne Stewart-Steinberg works on the literature, culture and politics of nineteenth and twentieth century Italy and Germany. She received her B.A. (Hons.) from the University of Essex, Great Britain, her Ph.D. in Political Science from Yale University, and M.A. in German Studies from Cornell...