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Andrew Korn

  • Lecturer in Italian

PhD, University of Pennsylvania

411 Lattimore Hall
(585) 275-4251
andrew.korn@rochester.edu

Office Hours: By appointment only

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Biography

Andrew Korn is an independent researcher. He completed his BA in Italian studies at the University of Rochester, and his MA and PhD in Italian studies at the University of Pennsylvania. His research interests lie within modern culture and critical theories, particularly twentieth-century Italian literature and cinema, and issues of revolution and of bonds between men. In his research, he works to develop unique concepts through close analyses of his objects of study. He has published articles on the films of Liliana Cavani, Michelangelo Antonioni and Marco Berger. His research has been awarded grants and fellowships from the Northeast Modern Language Association and the Center for Italian Studies and Penn Humanities Forum at the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently writing a book on Pier Paolo Pasolini's tragic theater.

Korn is also a Lecturer in Italian at the University of Rochester, where he teaches Italian language, literature and cinema.

Courses Offered (subject to change)

  • ITAL 101:  Elementary Italian I (Fall)
  • ITAL 102:  Elementary Italian II (Spring)
  • ITAL 151:  Intermediate Italian I (Fall)
  • ITAL 152:  Intermediate Italian II (Spring)
  • ITAL 242:  The Films of Pier Paolo Pasolini (Fall 2019)
  • ITAL 243:  Postwar Italian Directors: Fellini, Antonioni, Cavani (Spring 2019)
  • ITAL 246:  Italian Neorealist Directors: Rossellini, De Sica, Visconti - in English
  • ITAL 250:  Love in Italian WWII Novels

Selected Publications

Awards, Fellowships, and Grants

  • CAITY Caucus Travel Grant, Northeast Modern Language Association, January 2019
  • Salvatori Research Grant, Center for Italian Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Summer 2017
  • Teacher Study Grant, Center for Italian Studies Babilonia and American Association of Teachers of Italian, June 2016
  • Andrew W. Mellon Graduate Research Fellowship, Penn Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania, Fall 2014
  • Salvatori Research Grant, Center for Italian Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Summer 2014
  • Benjamin Franklin Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, 2011-2014