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Past Regional Visiting Fellows

Regional Visiting Fellows 2015-16

Jomarie Alano is a lecturer in Italian at Wells College. She has also taught Modern European History and Italian History at Tufts University, Cornell University, and the George Washington University. She will use her Regional Visiting Fellowship to complete two projects: a biography of Italian Resistance activist Ada Gobetti and a translation of Gobetti’s Diario partigiano (Partisan diary) from Italian into English. She taught the course “Italy and the Jews” during the 2008 Summer Session at Cornell. She is a returning Regional Visiting Fellow.

 

Maria DeFrancesco is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the Modern Languages and Literatures Department at Ithaca College. Her teaching and research interests range from elementary Spanish grammar and composition to contemporary Spanish literature and film, with a particular emphasis on post-Franco Spain women's gender roles within this period. She is a returning Regional Visiting Fellow.

Jennifer Germann is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History at Ithaca College. Her specializations 17th and 18th century French and decorative art. She is a returning Regional Visiting Fellow.

             

 

David Ost is a Professor of Political Science at Hobart and William Smith College. His interests include Postcommunist politics in Eastern Europe (particularly Poland); Labor and democracy-comparative explorations; Europe and America-the changing relationship; Globalization protests, and chances for a new international order. He is a returning Regional Visiting Fellow.

Juan Arroyo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics at Ithaca College. His specialty is in Comparative Politics.

 

Andrew Utterson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Media, Arts, Sciences, and Studies at Ithaca College. He has a particular interest in European cinema. He is a returning Regional Visiting Fellow.

Matthew Kadane is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Hobart and William Smith College. He has a particular scholarly interest in British and European history; the histories of capitalism, Christianity, and the Enlightenment.

 

Delia Popescu is an Associate Professor in the Political Science Department of Le Moyne College. She is the Chair of the Political Science Department and the Director of both the Legal Studies Program and the Peace and Global Studies Program.

Regional Visiting Fellows 2014-15

 

Maria DeFrancesco is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the Modern Languages and Literatures Department at Ithaca College. Her teaching and research interests range from elementary Spanish grammar and composition to contemporary Spanish literature and film, with a particular emphasis on post-Franco Spain women's gender roles within this period.

Jennifer Germann is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History at Ithaca College. Her specializations 17th and 18th century French and decorative art.

             

 

David Ost is a Professor of Political Science at Hobart and William Smith College. His interests include Postcommunist politics in Eastern Europe (particularly Poland); Labor and democracy-comparative explorations; Europe and America-the changing relationship; Globalization protests, and chances for a new international order.

 

Anne Theobald is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literature at Ithaca College. Her areas of specialization are Early modern French literature and culture and second language acquisition.

 

Andrew Utterson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Media, Arts, Sciences, and Studies at Ithaca College. He has a particular interest in European cinema.

Jomarie Alano is a lecturer in Italian at Wells College. She has also taught Modern European History and Italian History at Tufts University, Cornell University, and the George Washington University. She will use her Regional Visiting Fellowship to complete two projects: a biography of Italian Resistance activist Ada Gobetti and a translation of Gobetti’s Diario partigiano (Partisan diary) from Italian into English. She taught the course “Italy and the Jews” during the 2008 Summer Session at Cornell.