Time: 01:00 PM
Location: Online - Register in advance for link.
The St. Jerome's University Department of Italian and French Studies is pleased to host an online lecture featuring Professor Ruth Glynn, a reader in modern Italian culture at the University of Bristol, UK. Glynn will be presenting “Giorgia Meloni: Populism and Femonationalism, Italian Style” on March 29th at 1:00 p.m. EST.
Glynn's research focuses on modern and contemporary Italian culture, and ranges across critical thought, collective memory dynamics and issues of gender. A monograph on Naples and the role it plays in the Italian cultural imaginary of the Second Republic is nearing completion. Previous research addressed Italy’s experience of political violence in the 1970s, focusing on gender, trauma and the cultural construction of terrorist and victim. Key publications include Women, Terrorism, and Trauma in Italian Culture (2013), and the co-edited volumes Terrorism, Italian Style (2012) and Remembering Aldo Moro (2012).
All are welcome to join us for this online talk. Registration in advance is required by emailing SJU Assistant Professor, Roberta Cauchi-Santoro - firstname.lastname@example.org.