Assistant Professor of Mediterranean Studies Department of Romance Languages University of Oregon
|Cornell University – Ithaca, NY||2009 – 2016|
Ph.D., Romance Studies, 2016, M.A. 2012
Committee: Medina Lasansky (Chair), Kate McCullough, Timothy Campbell
|Harvard University – Cambridge, MA||2002 – 2006|
A.B., Romance Studies, 2006, cum laude
Feeding Fascism. Under review with University of Toronto Press (September 2019).
“Reproductive Healthcare from Fascism to Forza Nuova.” Forthcoming with Signs, Spring 2021.
“Black Markets: The Production of Fascist Racism in East African Marketplace Newsreels.” Forthcoming with Journal of Modern European History (TBD 2020).
“Constructing Race through Commercial Space: Merkato Ketema under Fascist Urban Planning.” Journal of Modern Italian Studies. 25.2 (2020): 118-148.
“Singing Truth to Power: Melodic Resistance and Bodily Revolt in Italy’s Rice Fields.” Annali d’Italianistica, special edition “Speaking Truth to Power from Medieval to Modern Italy.” Eds. Jo Ann Cavallo and Carlo Lottieri. 34 (2016): 371-398. (Winner of the 2017 Russo and Linkon Award for Best Published Article for Academic Audiences, Working-Class Studies Association.)
“Taylorist Breastfeeding in Rationalist Clinics: Constructing Industrial Motherhood in Fascist Italy.” Critical Inquiry. 41 (2015): 655-674.
Essays in Edited Volumes
“Interracial Wetnursing in Italian East Africa.” Under contract with The Routledge Companion to Sexuality and Colonialism. Eds. Chelsea Schields and Dagmar Herzog. New York: Routedge, TBD.
“Producing Consumers: Gendering Italy through Food Advertisements.” In Representing Italy through Food. Eds. Peter Naccarato, Ken Albala, and Zachary Nowak. New York: Bloomsbury, 2016: 143-161.
“Communicative Blogging for Student Engagement and Blended Literacy.” In Doing Research to Improve Teaching and Learning: A Guide for College and University Faculty. Ed. Kimberly Williams. New York: Routledge, 2015: 103-106.
“Autarchic by Design: Aesthetics and Politics of Kitchenware.” In Food and Material Culture: Proceedings of the 2013 Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. London: Prospect Books, 2013: 11-19.
Antonio Negri, “To the Origins of Biopolitics. A Seminar” (“Alle origini del biopolitico”). In Biopower: Foucault and Beyond. Eds. Vernon W. Cisney and Nicolae Morar. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016: 48-64.
Roberto Esposito, “The Person and Human Life” (“Persona e vita umana”). In Theory after “Theory.” Eds. Derek Attridge and Jane Elliott. Co-trans. Thomas Kelso. New York: Routledge, 2011: 205-219.
Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Italian Fascism’s Empire Cinema (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2015). Journal of Modern Italian Studies 23.1 (2018): 122-125.
Igiaba Scego and Rino Bianchi, Roma negata: Percorsi postcoloniali nella città (Rome: Ediesse, 2014). Forum Italicum 50.3 (2016): 1270-1271.
Gaia Giuliana and Cristina Lombardi-Diop, Bianco e Nero: Storia dell’identità razziale degli italiani (Florence: Le Monnier, 2013). Forum Italicum 49.3 (2015): 211-212.
Massimo Montanari, Let the Meatballs Rest and Other Stories about Food and Culture (New York: Columbia University Press, 2012). Food, Culture, and Society 16.4 (2013): 700-702.
Richard Pells, Modernist America: Art, Music, Movies, and the Globalization of American Culture (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011). Annali d’Italianistica 30 (2012): 614-615.
Rada Bieberstein, Lost Diva Found Woman: Female Representations in New Italian Cinema and National Television from 1995 to 2005 (Marburg: Schüren, 2010). Forum Italicum 45.1 (2011): 264-265.
Cecilia Novero, Antidiets of the Avant-Garde: From Futurist Cooking to Eat Art (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010). Annali d’Italianistica 28 (2010): 619-620.
“Food, Fascism, and Language,” interview for Curious: Where Research Meets Radio on Jefferson Public Radio Exchange, National Public Radio. Recorded on February 10, 2020.
“Fascist and Neo-Fascist Oppression of Women,” interview for Treyf: A Debatably Jewish Podcast, “Fascism and the Far-Right” series. Recorded on September 8, 2019 by Sam Bick and David Zinman.
“Caffè corretto,” interview for Punch magazine, “Coffee” column. Published on October 26, 2018 by Katie Parla.
“Barley Coffee: It’s Just as Good as it Sounds,” interview for Saveur magazine, “Drink” column. Published on January 19, 2018 by Prathap Nair.
University of Oregon Interviews
“Presidential commitment LIFTs new language programs” interview for Around the O magazine, Academics and Research section. Published on June 20, 2019.
“Culinary and Cultural History of Fascism and Colonialism,” interview for UO Today television show, “New Faculty” segment. Aired on October 4, 2018.
Let’s Go: Spain and Portugal 2006. Ed. Diana Garvin. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2005.
SELECTED FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
International and National
|Fulbright Global Scholar Award||2020 – 2022|
|Getty Library Research Grant||2020|
|Rome Prize in Modern Italian Studies, American Academy of Rome||2017 – 2018|
|Columbia University Postdoctoral Fellowship, Italian Academy (Honor Declined)||2017 – 2018|
|MLA Travel Grant – conference travel||2017|
|Boston University, Department of Gender Studies Visiting Scholar||2016 – 2017|
|NWSA Travel Grant – conference travel||2016|
|CLIR Mellon Fellowship for Dissertation Research in Original Sources||2015 – 2016|
|AAUW American Fellowship (Honor Declined)||2015 – 2016|
|American University of Rome, Center for the Study of Migration Visiting Scholar||2015|
|Julia Child Foundation Scholarship – conference travel||2014|
|Oxford University Cherwell Studentship – dissertation research, symposium travel||2013|
|AFS Sue Samuelson Award for Foodways Scholarship – essay prize||2013|
|FLAS Fellowship – summer language study||2011|
|University of Oregon|
|OVPRI Summer Salary (UO NEH Summer Salary nominee)||2020|
|UO Presidential Fellow in Humanistic Studies||2019 – 2020|
|OHC Robert F. and Evelyn Nelson Wulf Professorship||2019 – 2020|
|CSWS Faculty Research Grant||2019 – 2020|
|OVPRI New Junior Faculty Research Award||2018 – 2019|
|LIFT Award||2018 – 2019|
Cornell UniversityCollege of Arts and Sciences
|Sage Fellowship – full tuition funding and stipend||2009 – 2015|
|Graduate Conference Travel Grants (7) – conference travel||2009 – 2015|
|Graduate Research Travel Grant – pre-dissertation research||2009|
Society for the Humanities
|HASTAC Scholarship||2014 – 2015|
|Mellon Graduate Fellowship on Occupation (Alternate)||2013|
Institute for African Development
|Michael Latham Travel Grant – conference travel||2015|
Institute for Comparative Modernities
|Graduate Reading Group Grant on Networks, Assemblages, and Systems||2014 – 2015|
Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
|Seed Grants (2) – “The Language of Food” conference organization||2011 – 2012|
|Michele Sicca Research Grant – dissertation research||2010|
Department of Romance Studies
|Berkowitz Grants (3) – conference travel||2012 – 2016|
|Language Research Grant – language study in Italy||2013|
Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE)
|Teagle Fellowship – pedagogic research and training||2012 – 2013|
|“Enhancing Teaching with Technology” Certificate – pedagogic training||2012|
|“Noi siam le canterine antifasciste: Voicing Resistance in Song and Testimony,” keynote for the Italian Graduate Society “Voices” conference at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ (November).||2019|
|“La Cucina Futurista,” lecture for the Food for Thought seminar series at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Bologna, Italy (June).||2018|
“Fighting for Flavor: Female Field Workers and the Battle for Taste,” lecture for the University of Gastronomic Sciences (Università degli Studi di Scienze Gastronomiche), Pollenzo, Italy (February).
“From Local Ecology to National Biology,” lecture for the Food and Sustainability Program at the Umbra Institute, Perugia, Italy (January).
|“Working Class Gender History,” lecture for the Italian Studies Colloquium at Brown University, Providence, RI (November).
“Bird Egg, Work Song, Wild Cat Strike: The Spectrum of Women’s Anti-Fascist Resistance,” lecture
for the “Food and the State” panel at the Early Career Research Network in the History of Food and
Drink in Modern Europe Invitational Workshop at University of Saint Andrews, Scotland (October).
“Black Milk: Colonial Foodways and Intimate Imperialism,” lecture for the “Feminism + the Senses” speaker series at the Center for the Study of Women, University of California at Los Angeles, CA (April).
|“Microbiostoria,” lecture for the “Liquid Modernities” panel at the Early Career Research Network in the History of Food and Drink in Modern Europe Invitational Workshop at University of Saint Andrews, Scotland (June).|
|“Colonial East Africa to Multi-Ethnic Europe: Migration over Time” lecture for the Center for the Study of Migration and Racism in Italy at the American University of Rome, Italy (December).||2015|
“Queer Pe(n)ne: Pasta Companies and Lesbigay Families” lecture for the Center for Food Studies at the American University of Rome, Italy (November).
|“Food Studies Approaches to the Historical Archive,” lecture for the Center for Food Studies at the American University of Rome, Italy (October).
|“Autarchic by Design: Aesthetics and Politics of Kitchenware,” plenary session for the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery at Oxford University, Oxford, England (July).
|“A Fine Linea: How Italian Food Advertisements Reflected and Affected Gender Division,” lecture for the Gastronomy Lecture Series, then invited to reprise lecture for “Food and the Visual Arts” Gastronomy Program seminar at Boston University, Boston, MA (March, June).|
ACADEMIC CONFERENCES AND COLLABORATIONS
|“The Language of Food: Exploring Representations of the Culinary in Culture”||2011 – 2012|
× Coordinated Anthropology, Architecture, Italian, Vintner, and Brewer panels, keynotes
× Curated “Italianissimo: Avant-Garde Food Advertising” ad exhibit at Olin Kroch Rare Books Library
× Assisted Whitten Overby’s curation of “Consuming Food in Space” photography and object exhibit at Johnson Museum, Jimena Roses-Sierra’s curation “Menu Morsels” exhibit at Kroch Rare Books Library
× Organized “Food: Italian Style!” film series, speakers, and class visits at Cornell Cinema
× Raised $3600 in co-sponsorships, procured $1000 in food and wine donations
× Created conference-related course material for Cornell’s undergraduate colleges
Collaborative Projects Co-Organized
|“Anti-Fascist Cocktail Hour” sensory event||2018|
Organized edible-architectural-musical-political event to create civil discourse around a problematic historical recipe with Chris Behr, Brandon Clifford, Jessica Peritz, and the Rome Sustainable Food Project. This project staged an edible experiment in creating civil discourse: we used our respective talents as a historian (Diana Garvin), a chef (Chris Behr), an architect (Brandon Clifford), and a musician (Jess Peritz) to mediate a cocktail from F.T. Marinetti’s La cucina futurista (The Futurist Cookbook), a recipe with Fascist associations. Reckoning with the recipe involved translating principles of egalitarian political power into material form, artistically engaging with the drink so as to disarm its political associations. This project was sponsored by the American Academy in Rome Fellows Collaborative Project Grant.
Conference Panels Organized
|“Italy in the World, the World in Italy: Transnational Commodities,” panel organized with Brian Griffith slated for the American Historical Association Annual Convention, Seattle, WA (January).||2021|
|“Colonial Ecologies from the Renaissance to Today,” panel at the American Academy in Rome, Italy (January).
|“The Business of Pasta: The Chairman, The Grandma, and the Curious Case of the Industrial Artisan,” panel at the Roger Smith Cookbook Conference, New York, NY (April).
|“Food as a Site of Coercion” panel at “The Language of Food” Conference, Ithaca, NY (April).||2012|
|“Monopolì,” presentation for “New Capitalism in Mussolini’s Italy” panel for the Society for Italian Historical Studies slated for the American Historical Association Annual Convention, Seattle, WA (January).||2021|
|“Transnational Italian Studies: Crossings, Exchanges, and Future Opportunities,” round table at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Seattle, WA (January).||2020|
|“Futurist Caffès in Postcolonial Asmara,” presentation for “Postcolonial Architecture” panel at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Seattle, WA (January).|
|“Botanical Empire: East African Plants and Animals under Italian Fascism,” presentation for “Environmental Humanities in the Mediterranean III: Natures on the Road” panel at the American Association for Italian Studies Conference, Winston-Salem, NC (March).||2019|
“When Cuisines Collide,” lecture for the Rome Modern Italy seminar series at the
American Academy in Rome in collaboration with the British School in Rome, Italy (March).
|“Mapping the Merkato: Fascist Urban Planning in Addis Ababa and Asmara,” presentation for “Colonialisms, Cinema, and Cartographic Imaginaries“ panel at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA. (January).||
“Making Mamma Africa: Breastfeeding Photography in Italian East Africa,” presentation for “New Directions in East African Gender Studies“ panel at the African Studies Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (December).
|“Steel Razors and Paper Soldiers: Handling Racism in the Eritrean and Ethiopian Collections,“ lecture for the Wolfsonian Museum, Miami, FL (November).
“An Empire You Can Hold in the Palm of Your Hand,“ lecture for the Florida International University, Miami, FL (November).
|“Imperial Wetnursing,“ lecture slated for the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Boston University, Boston, MA (October).|
|“Black Markets: Constructing Race through Commercial Space in Ethiopia and Eritrea,” presentation for “Mediating Time and Space” panel at the Association for the Study of Food and Society Conference, Pittsburgh, PA (June).
|“Feeding Under Fire: The Racial Politics of Domestic Work in Italian East Africa,” presentation for “Intersections of Race and Gender in Italy” panel at the American Association for Italian Studies Conference, Boulder, CO (March).|
“Performing Pain: Women’s Work Songs as Cultural Tools,” Skype presentation for “Gender and Trauma” panel at the American Comparative Literature Conference, Seattle, WA (March).
|“How to Build the Perfect Mother: Taylorist Breastfeeding, Double-Weighing, and the Construction of Industrial Motherhood in Fascist Italy,” presentation at the European Network for Avant-garde and Modernism Studies Conference, Helsinki, Finland (August).
|“Personal, Political, Edible: Gender and Power in the Modern Italian Kitchen,” presentation for “Progress and Propaganda” panel at the Roger Smith Conference, New York, NY (April).||2013
|“Architectural Solutions for Demographic Problems presentation for “The Poetics of Fascism” panel at American Comparative Literature Conference, New York, NY (March).
“Prescriptive Cookbooks,” presentation for “Wartime Cookbooks: Artifacts of Home Front Culture, Tools of Social Engineering, Narratives of Survival” panel at the Roger Smith Conference, New York, NY (February).
|“Producing Consumers: How 1950s Food Advertisements in La Cucina Italiana Evoked and Created Gendered Bodies,” presentation for “Il dopoguerra culinario” panel at the “Italian Food: Fact and Fiction” Conference at the Umbra Institute, Perugia, Italy (June).
|“From Fascist Ideals to Consumer Appeals: Negotiating the Significance of Food Stuffs in Media,” presentation for “Defining Society: Representations of Food in Italian Culture” panel at the Northeast Modern Language Association Convention, New Brunswick, NJ (April).||2011|
SELECTED TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Department of Romance Languages – Eugene, OR
RL 407/507: Fascism and Neo-Fascism 2020
This course examines Fascism and Neo-Fascism in Southern Europe to investigate how the 20th century past shapes the 21stcentury present. We contextualize examples of Fascist culture (art and music) alongside primary documents (propaganda and speeches) and secondary sources (political and cultural theories) to understand the fusion of public and private spheres that characterizes totalitarian politics. Students learn how to interpret primary sources and how to craft compassionate arguments. Together, these two skills prepare students to deliver a convincing case for ethical actions in real world scenarios.
|ITAL 150: Modern Italian History through Food||2019|
Mediterranean foodways show how Italy, France, and Spain connect through common politics, geography and trade routes. This course uses food as a lens to introduce you to Southern European culture and to examine broader questions of national identity in global Europe. Using the digital collections of the Barilla Gastronomic Library, you will analyze cookbooks, recipes, and menus alongside novels and films to identify the cultural commonalities linking cuisine, literature, and film in different time periods. For the final project, you will engage in the culinary arts yourself, drawing on historical articles and photographs as to recreate a Futurist happening at the Milanese Santo Palato tavern. This introductory course will provide you with a toolkit for scholarship at the university level: weekly readings will teach you to understand Mediterranean history through food, food-themed film, and literature, from Italian manifestos like F.T. Marinetti’s “Futurist Cuisine” to Carlo Petrini’s “Slow Food.”
|ITAL 491/591: Tra l’Africa Orientale e l’Italia||2019|
|“La mia casa è dove sono,” “My home is where I am.” Italo-Somali author Igiaba Scego’s famous assertion evokes our seminar’s focus: the enmeshment of colonial Africa and postcolonial Europe. To do so, we will use small research workshops and student-led discussions to apply postcolonial and critical race theory to the study of contemporary poetry, novels, and films. We will also examine the problematics of the colonial archive and historical memory, giving special attention to issues of access and information flow in government and private repositories like the Archivio Luce, the Archives Nationales d’outre-mer, and the Wolfsonian Museum.|
|ITAL 152: Feminist Lens: Italian and French Women in Film||2019|
|“Feminist Lens” focuses on films produced by Italian and French female directors, introducing you to the brilliant women behind the cameras from the 1970s to today. Questions of gender roles and violence from Fascism and Nazism through World War II inflect Lina Wertmüller’s Pasqualino Settebellezze (1975) and Liliana Cavani’s German trilogy (1974-1985). Intersections of sexuality tangle former Maghreb colonies and multi-ethnic metropoles in Claire Denis’s Beau Travail (1999) and White Material (2010). Ultimately, you will be able to describe angles, frames, and shots in films as the artistic context of second-wave feminist groups like Diotima and Rivolta Femminile as well as third-wave and contemporary alliances like Ni putes, ni soumises and Féministes indigenes.|
|ITAL 399: La cultura culinaria||2019|
|From Dante’s infernal Circle of the Gluttons to Caravaggio’s delectable fruit baskets to Artusi’s patriotic nationalist cookbook, Italian history is written in garlic and oil. This course, taught in Italian, focuses on food in the arts to teach Italian history. Opera from Verdi and Puccini sing of wedding banquets and caffè disputes. Paintings from Caravaggio and Arcimboldo reveal Renaissance repasts and Baroque feasts in vivid detail. Close readings of cookbooks and recipes will show how playwrights and painters prepared their daily minestra. We will contextualize the workshops and close readings with series of short lectures devoted to Italian culinary history. By studying masterpieces from the Renaissance to the present day through the lively and accessible theme of food, you will conclude this course with a knowledge of modern Italian history and culture that is as memorable as it is delicious.|
|RL 407/507: Mediterranean Ecocriticism||2019|
|This interdisciplinary course bridges the arts and the sciences, introducing you to human-land relationships across Northern Italy and France. Together, we will explore the Green Humanities in the greater Mediterranean: we will analyze documentary filmmaking inspired by activist winemakers from Piedmont to the Pyrenees. Our regular speaker series brings UO scientists into the classroom: you will be able to discuss Serenella Iovino, Bruno Latour, and Michel Serres’ humanist approaches to climate change with technical experts.|
|ITAL 319: Mezzogiorno||2018|
|This interdisciplinary course bridges the arts and the sciences, introducing you to human-land relationships across Southern Italy, North Africa, and East Africa. Together, we will explore the Green Humanities in the greater Mediterranean: we will analyze activist artwork of earthquakes and volcanoes. We will read investigative reporting on the eco-mafia and discuss the meaning of their slogan, “Trash is Gold.” Our Scientist Speaker Series brings experts into the classroom: here you will be able to discuss the art and architecture of Pompeii with an expert on volcanology.|
Cornell University Teaching – Ithaca, NY
Department of Romance Studies
|ITAL 1301: European Modernisms: Style in Architecture, Literature, and Film Instructor||2015|
|ITAL 2090: Italian Intermediate Composition and Conversation I Instructor||2013|
|ITAL 1220 and 1210: Elementary Italian Instructor||2012|
Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
|FGSS 2010: Introduction to FGSS Teaching Assistant||2014|
|FGSS 3720: Food, Gender, and Culture Teaching Assistant||2013|
Center for Teaching Excellence
|“Teaching with Technology” Workshop Leader||2013|
International Teaching – Italy and France
Johns Hopkins SAIS Associazione Italo-Americana Teaching – Bologna, Italy
|Levels 1-6: American Literature Instructor||2009|
|TEFL levels 1-6: English Language Instructor||2009|
Université François Rabelais Teaching – Tours, France
|American Art History Lecturer||2007|
|English for Computer Science and Technology Lecturer||2006|
|American and British English Phonetics Lecturer||2006|
Service to the Profession
Referee for peer-reviewed journals: Contemporary European History, Food and Society, Italian Culture, The Italianist
Referee for Hackett Publishing
Service to the Field
|UC Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies||2019 – present|
Affiliated Faculty Member
Service to the University of Oregon
|College of Arts and Sciences||2019|
|Provided invited lecture on “Global History of Italian Coffee”|
|Oregon Humanities Center||2020|
Research Interest Group member for “Science, Technology, and Society”
|Center for the Study of Women in Society||2020|
Provided research article for CSWS annual report.
|Research Development Office||2019|
Provided interview text for Research and Communications Coordinator OVPRI newspaper article.
Interviewed and elected new Research Development Officers with interdisciplinary faculty team.
Department of Romance Language
|Graduate Committee||2018 – 2020|
Represented Italian sector, co-authored redesign of RL PhD program, assessed graduate files
|Created CourseLeaf submissions Global Studies Perspective for 3 courses: RL 151 “Mediterranean Foodways,” ITAL 153 “Feminist Lens,” and ITAL 305, “La cultura culinaria”|
|MA Exam, Adviser: Yasmin Diaz Mendias (RL MA)||2019 – present|
|Primary Exam Field, Italian literature: Robin Okumu||2019 – 2020|
|MA Exam, period 4: Gerardo Pisacane (ITAL PhD)||2018 – 2019|
|MA Exam, period 4: Kenya Jimenez (ITAL MA)||2018 – 2019|
|Romance Languages seminar||2019|
|Provided guest lecture on “Farming under Fascism: The Ecology of Italian Empire”
Provided 4 guest lectures across ITAL 100 and 200 levels on “Italian Coffee and Food History.”
Food Studies Program
Provided guest lecture on “Eugenic Cookery: Recipes from Italy’s Fascist Regime.”
Cornell University Service and Honors
|Society for the Humanities Graduate Seminar Participant||2013|
Selected to participate in Senior Scholar in Residence Judith Butler’s graduate seminar.
Olin and Uris Library “Europe in the World” Contributing Curator
Awarded a graduate prize for exhibit of Roman and Milanese ephemera and curatorial text.
|Department of Romance Studies Service||2010 – 2011|
Graduate Representative for Graduate and Professional Student Assembly (GPSA)
Cornell University Pedagogical Training – Ithaca, NY
Knight Institute for Writing in the Disciplines
|Teaching Writing course||2014|
Department of Romance Studies
|Methodology of Romance Language Learning and Teaching course||2010|
Center for Teaching Excellence
|Teaching as Research in Higher Education course||2013|
|Teaching in Higher Education course||2012|
|Enhancing Teaching with Technology workshop series||2012|
Harvard University Pedagogical Training – Cambridge, MA
|Department of Romance Languages and Literatures Teaching Language course||2006|
|Bureau of Study Counsel Training workshop series||2003|
Italian Language Training
|Parola Italian Language School – Florence, Italy||2013|
|Middlebury Italian Graduate Program – Middlebury, VT||2011|
LANGUAGES Italian – near-native fluency
French – advanced written and spoken
Portuguese, Spanish – intermediate written and spoken
German – beginning written and spoken
Amharic – elementary spoken
|Modern Language Association||American Historical Association|
|American Comparative Literature Association||Coordinating Council for Women in History|
|American Association of Italian Studies||Society for Italian Historical Studies|
|African Studies Association||National Women’s Studies Association|
|Association for the Study of Food and Society||National Italian American Foundation|
|European Network for Avant-garde and Modernism Studies|