Albert Sbragia arrived at the University of Washington in 1989. He is a faculty member of the European Studies program. His publications include a book, Carlo Emilio Gadda and the Modern Macaronic (University Press of Florida, 1996), and publications on 19th Century and 20th Century Italian literature and culture. His current research project is entitled “Modernity in Rome” and deals with urbanistic, literary, and visual constructions of the Italian capital from 1870 to the present.
Research Advised: Graduate Dissertations
- Virginia Agostinelli. "Mass Media, Mass Culture and Contemporary Italian Fiction." Diss., 2012.
- Jennifer Myers. "Everybody's Woman: Gender, Genre, and Transnational Intermediality in Inter-War Italy." Diss., 2011.
- Loredana DiMartino. "Carlo Emilio Gadda and the Italian modernist novel." Diss., 2009.
- Simona Bondavalli. "The Buffoon and the Magician: Poetry, spectacle and critical discourse in the works on Pier Paolo Pasolini." Diss., 2003.