Carlo Santoli is Associate Professor of Contemporary Italian Literature (L-FIL-LET/11) at the University of Salerno, Department of Humanities.
He teaches modern and contemporary Italian literature in the three-year degree course in Arts and Humanities.
Graduated in Modern Literature cum laude at the University of Salerno, PhD in Études Romanes at the University of Paris IV “Sorbonne” with the mention: “Très honorable avec félicitations”.
His research activity concerns Italian poetry and novels of the twentieth century, theater and modern criticism. He is the author of monographs, essays and notes on D’Annunzio, Goldoni, De Sanctis, Carducci, Campana, Rebora, Pascoli, Betocchi, Quasimodo, Stuparich.
Full CV – link: https://docenti.unisa.it/uploads/rescue/466/4121/curriculum.pdf
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