Distinguished Teaching Professor
Campus Address: Twin Rise South Wing 510
Andrea Guiati, Ph.D. Distinguished Teaching Professor & Director - All College Honors Program, holds a BA from University of Scranton (1981), a Masters from State University of New York at Binghamton (1983), and a Ph.D. from Rutgers University (1992).
He is an Honors professor and coordinator Italian Section (1999-pres.). He teaches Italian Cinema, European Fascism, Religion in Contemporary Literature, Honors Foundations of Inquiry, etc. His publications include Galileo, Truman Capote, Tom Wolf and The New Journalism, Italian Cinema, Twentieth Century Italian Literature. He authored L’invenzione poetica: Ferrara e l’opera di Giorgio Bassani (Pesaro, Metauro, 2001): pp. 216; four articles appeared in anthologies “Riflessioni sul romanzo del New Journalism,” Giornalismo e Letteratura: Simposio tra due Mondi, edited by Giuseppe Costa e Franco Zangrilli, (Caltanissetta, Sciascia, 2005): 21-37; "Vittorio De Sica attore-regista," La Ciociaria tra attori e cineasti, edited by Franco Zangrilli (Pesaro, Metauro, 2004): 503-528; "Lettura del Giardino dei Finzi-Contini di Giorgio Bassani," Studi sul Novecento in onore di Umberto Mariani, edited by Anthony Costantini and Franco Zangrilli, Cadmo edizioni (Firenze, Casalini, 2000): 157-172. He also published poetry and short stories.
Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching 1997 and the Equal Opportunity Program Faculty Merit Award 2008. Nominated for Distinguished Teaching Professor 2008.