Marco obtained a degree in History of Journalism and a Ph.D in History and Sociology of Modernity from the faculty of Political Science of the University of Pisa. In his course, History of Cinema is viewed not only as an art, but also as the result of a precise historical, cultural and social context, so that students have the chance to gain a truly in-depth understanding of the country they are in. CV: PDF

To understand how showing and telling, attracting and narrating have always worked together in the cinema.

Lee Foust Insegnante

Lee has a degree in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University, and after an initial study trip to Italy he went back to the same university to obtain a second degree in Italian Language and Literature. In 2008 he completed his education with a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from New York University, with a thesis on Dante. He has been living and working in Florence for many years and teaches literature at various American universities in this city. Since 2010, he has been collaborating with the Accademia Europea di Firenze where he teaches a course on Dante. CV: PDF

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With a Degree in Literature and Philosophy from the University of Bucharest, Floarea later obtained a Ph.D. in Literature from the same university and a second Ph.D. in History and Civilization from the European University of Florence. She is the author of numerous publications and has carried out intense research work. She has been teaching since 1991, initially in Romania and then in Italy, mainly in programs for the American Universities in Florence. She speaks 6 modern languages as well as several ancient ones. CV: PDF

The Italian Constitution states that Italy is a Republic founded on work. I’d say instead that it is founded on beauty. 

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