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Italian Modernities: Gabrielle Pedullà

Date
Thu February 16th 2023, 5:00 - 7:00pm
Event Sponsor
Department of French and Italian
Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
Location
Building 260, Pigott Hall
450 Jane Stanford Way, Building 260, Stanford, CA 94305
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Please join the next Italian Modernities Lecture Series event with Professor Gabriele Pedullà who will present his talk How Machiavelli Thought

Gabriele Pedullà is Professor of Italian Literature at the Università deli Studi Roma Tre, and Visiting Professor in the Chair of Italian at UC Berkeley. He works principally on early modern political thought and nineteenth- and twentieth-century fiction, with special attention to the intersections between literature and politics. His publications include In Broad Daylight: Movies and Spectators after the Cinema (Verso, 2012); Machiavelli in Tumult: The Discourses on Livy and the Origins of Political Conflictualism (Cambridge University Press, 2018); and On Niccolò Machiavelli: The Bonds of Politics (Columbia University Press, forthcoming 2023); his new commented edition of The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli (Donzelli, 2022) is under translation for Verso.