Duke University Center for Jewish Studies

    Giuseppe Prigiotti
  • Giuseppe Prigiotti

  • Department of Romance Studies
  • Campus Box 90257
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    Giuseppe Prigiotti is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Romance Studies. He received an M.A. in Italian with a graduate certificate in Jewish Culture and Society at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, an M.A. in Religious Pedagogy at Università Pontificia Salesiana, Rome. He earned a Laurea in Philosophy (Philosophy and History) at Università degli Studi di Catania, Italy. His research interests include Jewish-Christian relations and religion in Italian culture. Starting from the critical reading of Jewish and Christian Italian journals from the Risorgimento, his dissertation will explore, in a dialogic perspective, cultural and religious interconnections between Jewish and Christian communities in Italy. He has published in the Waldensian Bulletin a reduction of his archival reconstruction of the first evangelical community in Catania during the Risorgimento.

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  • Specialties

    • Italian
    • Modern and Contemporary
    • European Studies
  • Research Description

    Modern and Contemporary Jewish-Christian Relations
    Religion in Italian Culture
    Online Learning
  • Education

      • En-route M.A. in Romance Studies,
      • Romance Studies,
      • Duke University,
      • 2011
      • MA in Italian with Graduate Cert. in Jewish Culture and Society,
      • SIP,
      • University of Ilinois at Urbana-Champaign,
      • 2010
      • MA in Religious Pedagogy,
      • Universita' Pontificia Salesiana - Roma,
      • 2008
      • MA in Human Resource Education,
      • Universita' degli Studi Roma Tre,
      • 2005
      • Laurea in Philosophy,
      • Universita' degli Studi di Catania,
      • 2001
      • BA in Theology,
      • Universita' Pontificia Gregoriana - Studio Teologico Fiorentino,
      • 1997
  • Teaching

    • ITALIAN 390.01
      • ITALIAN LIT AND CIV (TOP)
      • French Sci ONLINE
      • W 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
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