Faculty of the Department of European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
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Gioacchino Balducci, MA, Lecturer, Italian Language and Literature, Theater and Cinema.
Robert K. Bloomer, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the German Program: Ph.D., University of Michigan: Germanic linguistics; morphology; etymology.
Peter Carravetta, Alfonse M. D'Amato Chair in Italian and Italian American Studies and Coordinator of Italians American Studies. PhD, New York University: Italian and French Critical Theory, Postmodernism, Italian American Studies, Migration and Post-Colonial Studies, Early Modern Europe, Poetics.
Giuseppe Costa, Lecturer in Italian. DA Stony Brook University. Italian Language.
Frank Dalmas, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, French Language and Literature.
Andrea Fedi, Associate Professor: Laurea in Lettere e Filosofia, UniversitÓ di Firenze; Ph.D., University of Toronto: Italian Renaissance literature; historiography.
Luigi Fontanella, Professor: Ph.D. Harvard University: Modern Italian Literature, Contemporary Italian Poetry
Charles Franco, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Italian Program, Academic Adviser of Italian Programs, Coordinator of Medieval Studies Program: Ph.D., Rutgers University: Medieval Italian Literature.
Giuseppe Gazzola, Assistant Professor: Ph.D. Yale University, 19-century Italian literature,
Aaron W. Godfrey, Lecturer and Coordinator of Classics Studies Program: M.A. Hunter College: Latin; Medieval Studies.
Sarah Jourdain, Assistant Professor and Director of the Teacher Preparation Program: PhD. Pedagogy, Teacher Preparation & Applied French Linguistics.
Thomas A. Kerth, Professor, Ph.D.Yale University: Medieval literature; Middle High German; philology; German poetry. Recipient of the State University Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1992, and the President's Award for excellence in Teaching, 1992.
Irene Marchegiani, Lecturer, Professor Emerita CSULB, Pedagogy, Director of Undergraduate Studies. Italian Language and Literature. Doctorate from the University of Florence, Italy.
Antonio Morena, Lectrurer, Ph.D. Harvard University. Italian & Italian American Studies.
Sophie Raynard Leroy, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies: Ph.D., Columbia University; Doctorate UniversitÚ de Paris IV-Sorbonne; Pre-Modern French Literature (17th-18th)
Nicholas Rzhevsky, Professor and Chair: Ph.D., Princeton University: Russian and Soviet literature; Russian theater; Russian intellectual history.
Prosper Sanou, Lecturer, French Language and Pedagogy.
Birgit Grosse-Middeldorf Viola, Lecturer: D.A., SUNY at Stony Brook: German Language and Culture, Business German.
Timothy Westphalen, Associate Professor: Ph.D., Harvard University: Russian poetry; Russian Symbolism; Russian Literature of the 19th century; Bakhtin.
John F. Bailyn, (Department of Linguistics) Associate Professor, Ph.D., Cornell University: Slavic Linguistics; Russian language and linguistics; syntax.
Christina Y. Bethin, (Department of Linguistics) Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Slavic linguistics; Russian, Polish, and Ukrainian languages; phonology. Recipient of the State University Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1983.
Mary Jo Bona, (Comparative and Cultural Studies) Professor: Ph.D., University of Wisconsin at Madison: Italian American Studies.
Izabella Kalinowska-Blackwood, Associate Professor, Ph.D. Yale University, Russian and Polish Literature, Culture and Film.
Mikle Ledgerwood, (Samford University, Birmingham, AL) Ph.D. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Education and Technology; semiotics, French civilization, Quebec.
Robert Harvey, (Comparative and Cultural Studies), Professor: Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley; Contemporary French and Maghrebian Francophone literature, critical theory, and film. Recipient of the State University Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1996.
E. Anthony Hurley, (Department of Africana Studies) Associate Professor: Ph.D. Rutgers University; Francophone Literature of the Caribbean and Africa; 19th-century French literature.
Sandy Petrey, (Comparative and Cultural Studies) Professor: Ph.D. Yale University; 19th-century French Literature; Comparative literature; literary theory.
Jacqueline Reich, (Comparative and Cultural Studies) Associate Professor: Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley: Italian Film Studies.
Lori Repetti, (Department of Linguistics) Associate Professor: Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles: Romance linguistics, Italian dialectology, history of the Italian language
Hugh Silverman, Professor (Department of Philosophy) Ph.D. Stanford University. Continental philosophy (hermeneutics / semiologies / deconstructions) and contemporary European thought.
Part Time Lecturers
Anna Geisherik, D.A. Stony Brook University, Russian Language, Heritage Speaker Pedagogy
Michele Giua, MAT, Stony Brook University, Italian Language
Eva Gold, Lecturer, Ph.D., New York University: Modern Italian Literature, Cultural Studies.
George Guida, Ph.D. Italian American Studies
Franco Varuolo, MA: Stony Brook University, Italian Language, Pedagogy
Harriet Allentuch, Professor Emerita: Ph.D. Columbia University: 17th-century French literature.
Carol Blum, Professor Emerita: Ph.D., Columbia University: 18th-century French Literature; Literature of the French Revolution.
Frederick Brown, Professor Emeritus: Ph.D., Yale University: 19th- and 20th-century French Literature.
Anthony Rizzuto, Professor Emeritus: Ph.D. Columbia University; 19th- and 20th-century French literature.
Joseph Tursi, Professor Emeritus: Ph.D., CUNY; Italian Language and Foreign Language Pedagogy.
Monique Watts, Lecturer: M.A., SUNY at Stony Brook: French Language.