Alberto LoPinto


Research Focus: Italian Studies, Screen Cultures Graduate Minor

Background: I am a first year Ph.D. candidate in Literature. I hold a Master's degree in Italian Studies from the University of Notre Dame and a Laurea in Lettere from Università degli studi di Roma La Sapienza. My research interests include the urban space of Rome, Italian cinema and the works of Primo Levi. I have been an adjunct lecturer and professor at Fordham University, FIT and the Bronx Community College. I like playing frisbee and ping pong.

Undergraduate Institution: BA, Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, summa cum laude,

Master of Arts Institution: MA in Italian Studies, University of  Notre Dame,

Current Teaching:  Not teaching

Current Projects (developing workshops & conferences):

Grants: (special projects and summer):
Summer Language Abroad (SLA) grant $2000, one month Intensive Spanish Program at the Universidad Internacional in Curnevaca, Mexico, Summer 2011

Graduate Professional Development grant, $750, presented paper at Fellini. Disorderly and Passionate Genius of Italian Cinema, Toronto, Canada 2013

Publications: Nothing

Contact information:

323 O'Shaughnessy Hall