Paola Giuli, Ph.D.
Office: Bellarmine 321
Ph.D., Rutgers University
MA at Rutgers University
MA at American University
Laurea at Universita` la Sapeinza, Rome
Dr. Giuli is the faculty advisor for Italian majors and minors.
She regularly teaches Intermediate Italian I & II, Italian Conversation and Italian Composition. She also teaches a wide variety of upper-division courses, including Advanced Italian Conversation and Composition, From Novel to Film, Images of Rome in Literature and Film, Italian Society in the Media, Italian Cinema from Neorealism to the Present, and Women’s Voices in Twentieth-Century Italian Fiction.
She was featured in an April 2010 issue of The Hawk for her adoption of Skype to facilitate communication with native Italian speakers. A quote from the article, "A Saint Joseph's University professor is bringing Italy to Hawk Hill one teleconference at a time." To read the full story, click here.
In the Spring of 2011 Dr. Giuli was instrumental in organizing four workshops benefiting current and future teachers of Italian at the middle and high school levels. The workshop series, titled “Teaching Italian Today: Language, Culture and Technology.” addresses the cultural, linguistic, and pedagogical aspects of teaching Italian, covers the latest trends in language teaching, and provides an updated image of Italy in the 21st century. For more information, click here.
Dr. Giuli’s teaching and research interests include:
- History of Women Writers and Intellectuals
- Eighteenth-Century Women Writers and Intellectuals
- Literary Theory and Criticism
- Eighteenth-Century Italian Culture
- Twentieth-Century Women Writers
- Italian Film