M.A., Italian Studies
Valentina Geri graduated from the University of Siena, Tuscany, with a degree in Modern Languages and Literatures, majoring in English and German. Her first experience abroad was in Germany, where she studied German language and literature at the University of Heidelberg. She then had the chance to live and work in the U.S. for one year, at Colby College in Maine as an Italian Language Assistant, where she deeply enjoyed teaching Italian at different levels. Her current research interests deal with the work of Primo Levi, his influence in the European context and the possible interliterary connections present in the author's work, especially with Shakespeare.
"La circolarità negata in due romanzi di formazione: The Jungle Books e Trainspotting." Anglistica Pisana, vol. X, no. 1-2, 2013, 185-197.
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