Roberto Maria Dainotto

Roberto Maria Dainotto

Professor of Romance Studies

External address: 
217A Language Center, Box 90257, Durham, NC 27708
Internal office address: 
Box 90257, Durham, NC 27708-0257
Office Hours: 
TH 3:00-4:30pm, or by appointment

Modern and contemporary Italian culture. Publications include Place in Literature: Regions, Cultures, Communities (Cornell UP, 2000); Europe (in Theory) (Duke UP, 2007); The Mafia: A Cultural History (Reaction Books, 2015);  and the edited volume Racconti Americani del ‘900 (Einaudi, 1999). Work in progress: a monograph on Antonio Labriola.

Education

  • Ph.D., New York University 1995
  • M.A., New York University 1990

Marazzi, Review of Martino. “Misteri di Little Italy” 20 (January 2002): 118–19.

Fentress, Review of James. “Rebels and Mafiosi: Death in a Sicilian Landscape.” Italian Culture, January 2002.

Dainotto, R. M. “Globalism and Regionalism: Difference or Identity?” Edited by Enrique Rodriguez Larreta, 2002, 259–79.

Dainotto, R. M. “The Canonization of Heinrich Heine and the Construction of Jewish-Italian Literature.” Edited by Stanislao Pugliese, 2002, 131–38.

alia, Review of Vincenzo Cal et, Review of Vincenzo Cal et Eds, and Daniela Rossini. “Gli intellettuali e la Grande Guerra; Il mito americano nell’Italia della grande guerra.” Journal of Modern Italian Studies 7 (2002): 309–11.

Dainotto, R. M. “The American myth in Italy of the Great War.” Journal of Modern Italian Studies 7, no. 2 (2002): 309–11.

Dainotto, R. M. “The intellectuals and the Great War.” Journal of Modern Italian Studies 7, no. 2 (2002): 309–11.

Dainotto, R. M. “La citt e il represso. Moderno, postmoderno, e l’ immaginario del(la) capitale.” Edited by Fausto Carmelo Nigrelli, 2001, 49–72.

Dainotto, R. M. “The Importance of Being Sicilian: Italian Cultural Studies, sicilitudine and je ne sais quoi.” Edited by Graziella Parti and Ben Lawton, January 2001, 201–19.

Dainotto, R. M. “The Importance of Being Sicilian: Italian Cultural Studies, sicilitudine and je ne sais quoi.” Edited by Graziella Parati and Ben Lawton. Italian Cultural Studies, 2001, 201–19.

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