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Caterina Mongiat Farina

Caterina Mongiat Farina

Caterina Mongiat Farina (laurea Università di Padova, PhD Harvard University) is Associate Professor and Director of the Italian Program at DePaul University. Her research interests include early modern Italian literature, history of Italian language, the Italian coming-of-age novel, and translation.

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She is the author of Questione di lingua. L’ideologia del dibattito sull’italiano nel Cinquecento (Longo editore, 2014) and co-translator with Geoff Farina of Umberto Eco’s classic manual How to Write a Thesis (MIT Press, 2015). Her articles appeared in journals such as Rinascimento, Forum Italicum, Italica, and Strumenti critici.

Dr. Mongiat Farina has taught ITA 397 Italo Calvino: A Translation Workshop (Spring 2014).