1 Luca Caminati, Ph.D Associate Dean, School of Gradaute Studies Associate Professor, Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema Concordia University 1245 Rue McKay, S-301 Montreal, QC, H3G 1M x 3039 Academic Employment Associate Dean of Recruitment and Awards, School of Graduate Studies, Concordia University, Montreal Associate Professor of Film Studies, Graduate Program Director (MA) and Film Studies Area Head, Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University, Montreal Visiting Professor of Film Studies, talleres internacionales, Escuela International de Cine y TV, San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba (one week- long yearly seminars) Associate Professor of Film Studies, Graduate Program Director (MA), Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University, Montreal Associate Professor of Italian with an affiliation with the Film & Media Studies Program, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York Assistant Professor of Italian with an affiliation with the Film & Media Studies Program, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York Lecturer, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Education Ph.D.: University of Wisconsin-Madison. December Laurea: Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy. Summa cum laude. March Honors and Awards Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant. Project Title: Traveling Auteurs: The Geopolitical Afterlife of Italian Art Cinema ($171,507) Center for Interdisciplinary Study in Society and Culture Working Group, Transnational Cultural Flow, Concordia University ($1,500) 2012 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Travel Grant ($500) The Rome Prize, Paul Mellon/National Endowments in the Humanities Post- Doctoral 11-month Residential Fellowship. American Academy in Rome, Italy ($70,000).
2 Picker Research Fellowship, Colgate University ($ 6,004) 2007 Discretionary Grant, Colgate University (US$682) Discretionary Grant: Research Travel. Colgate University ($ 5,000) Discretionary Grant: Research Travel. Colgate University ($ 5,000). Nominated for a NEH Summer Stipend. Colgate University Humanities Division Summer Student-Faculty Assistantship. Colgate University ($ 2,700) Discretionary Grant: Research Travel. Colgate University ($1,000) College of Letters and Science Teaching Fellow. The Graduate School of the University of Wisconsin-Madison ($ 1,000). Languages: French (intermediate); English (near-native); Italian (native); Spanish (intermediate). RESEARCH Membership in Research Groups Transnational Cultural Flows, Center for Interdisciplinary Study in Society and Culture, Concordia University, Founding Menber ( ) Publications Books in Print Roberto Rossellini documentarista. Una cultura della realtà. Rome: Fondazione Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia/Carocci, 2012, 142 pp. Il cinema come happening. Il primitivismo pasoliniano e la scena artistica italiana degli anni Sessanta/ Cinema As Happening. Pasolini s Primitivism and the Sixties Italian Art Scene (bilingual edition). Milan: Postmedia, 2010, 61pp. Orientalismo eretico: Pasolini e il cinema del Terzo Mondo. Milan: Bruno Mondadori, 2007, 131 pp. Books (in progress) Traveling Auteurs: The Geopolitical Afterlife of Italian Art Cinema Chapters in Books (as author) Italian Documentary and the Prejudice of the Auteur. The Continuum Reader in Italian Cinema. Ed. Luzzi, Joseph. New York: Continuum, Forthcoming (with Mauro Sassi). Notes on the History of Italian Non-Fiction Film. Blackwell Companion to Italian Cinema. Eds. Frank Burke and Peter Brunette. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. Forthcoming. (with Mauro Sassi).
3 Gianni Amelio s Lamerica, Nuovo Cinema Politico. Public Life, Imaginary and Identity in Contemporary Italian Film. Eds, Lombardi, Giancarlo and Christian Uva, New York: Peter Lang, Forthcoming. Il cinema come scoperta dei micromondi: Intervista a Giovanni Princigalli (with Mauro Sassi). Quaderni gitani. Bari: Héros Fragiles, 2014, 31-7 The Role of Documentary in the Formation of Neorealist Cinema in Giovacchini, Saverio and Robert Sklar, eds. Global Neorealism. The Transitional History of a Film Style. University of Mississippi Press, 2012, Il cinema come happening : Pasolini s Primitivism and the arte povera Movement, proceedings of the XVI International Udine Film Conference In the very Beginning, at the very End. Udine: Università degli Studi di Udine, 2010, Lo sguardo di Sandro Penna: appunti per una cartografia omoerotica della città, proceedings of the VIII Jornadas Internacionales dos Estudios Italianos. Mexico City: UNAM (Catedra Extraordinaria Italo Calvino), 2010, L Italia multiculturale di Edoardo Winspeare in De Pau, Daniela and Simone Dubrovic, eds. Zoom d oltreoceano : istantanee sui registi italiani e sull Italia. Vecchiarelli: (Manziana) Rome, 2010, The Amphibolic Nature of Pasolini s Theorem in De Pau, Daniela and Georgina Torello, eds. Watching Pages, Reading Pictures: Cinema and Modern Literature in Italy. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009, "Oltre la Via Emilia e ritorno." Nasi, Franco, ed. Intorno alla Via Emilia. Boca Raton: Bordighera, 2001, Journals Associate Editor, Italica, Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Italian. Peer-Reviewed Articles in Journals Narrative Non-Fictions in Contemporary Italian Cinema: Francesco Munzi s Saimir (2002), Giorgio Diritti s Il vento fa il suo giro (2005), and Pietro Marcello s La bocca del lupo (2009), Studies in Documentary Film, 5:2-3 (2011): Alberto Cavalcanti e il documentario narrativo : il ruolo della tradizione documentaristica nella formazione del cinema neorealista. Bianco e nero 567 (2010): Filming Coming Communities: Ferzan Ozpetek s Le fate ignoranti. Italica 85, 4 (2008): The Return of History: Gianni Amelio's Lamerica, Memory and National Identity. Italica 83, 3-4 (2006): Esperimento con l Africa: Pasolini e gli Appunti per un Orestiade Africana. L anello che non tiene: Journal of Modern Italian Literature 16-17, 1-2, ( ): 9-24.
4 "Interrogating Reality: Pasolini's Experimental Ethnography in Appunti per un film sull'india." Romance Languages Annual XII (2001): Non Peer-Reviewed Publications "Esotismo, parole, immagini. Pasolini in India." Nuova Prosa 30 (2001): Book Reviews Review of Ponzanesi, Sandra and Marguerite Waller (Eds.) Postcolonial Cinema Studies, (2012) New York: Routledge, Review of Magris, Claudio. Utopia e disincanto: storie speranze illusioni del moderno. Milan: Mondadori, Utopian Studies. 13:2 (2002): Presentations/Conferences Invited Public Lectures and Keynotes 2015 Pasolini s Thirld World, Die Revolution findet trotzdem statt: Das Kino von Pier Paolo Pasolini. Deutsches Filminstitut, Frankfurt, January 2014 Transnational Cinema and Theory, Toronto Film Seminar, March. Pasolini s Contaminations, opening address of the retrospective Pier Paolo Pasolini The Poet of Contamination, TIFF, Toronto Pasolini e le cinema du tier monde, L autre neorealism, Festival international du film d Amiens, November 2011 Notes on Pasolini s Third World. Pasolini s Body. New Directions in Pasolini s Scholarship. University of Santa Cruz, April Pasolini in Africa.. Università degli Studi Roma Tre, March Rouch, Rossellini and the Ethnographic Tradition in Italian Auteur Cinema. Cinema Verité Then, Cinema Verité Now: A Conference in Honor of Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker. Yale University, April Italian Neorealism in/and the Soviet Union: Reception and Influences. Neorealism: Examining the History and Politics of a Transnational Cultural Movement Conference. University of Maryland, October. Rossellini in India. Italian Cinema for the New Millennium Conference. Faculty Symposium: Homage to Rossellini. Yale University, April. Trauma/(Melo-)Drama: Cristina Comencini s Don t Tell. Catholic University of America in Rome, Italy, April
5 Cinema of Poetry. Closing remarks offered at the Italian Cinema for the New Millennium Conference organized by the Graduate Students in the Italian Language and Literature Department at Yale University, April. Lessons from Boccaccio. Remarks offered at the Boccaccio 06 Symposium organized by the Theater Program at Colgate University, March Ferzan Ozpetek s Coming Community. Smith College, March 17, "Sugarcoated Nitrate: An Introduction to Gianikian and Ricci Lucchi's Dal polo all'equatore. Risk Cinema, The Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL, October. "Italian Cinema: A Retrospective". Sarasota Italian Culture Event Series, Sarasota, FL, February "Running with the Nuns: Memories from the G8". Dept. of Romance Languages and Lit. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, December. "Fellini's I vitelloni: Uncanny Repetitions and the Carnevalesque". Carnevale/Carnival Conference. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, February "Oltre la Via Emilia e ritorno: i documentari". Conference on the Via Emilia organized by the Istituto italiano di cultura, Chicago, IL, May. Peer-Reviewed Conferences/Symposia Presentations 2014: The World Cinema Turn, roundtable participant. Society for Film and Media Studies, Montreal, March 2013: Abebe Bikila according to LUCE. Society for Film and Media Studies, Seattle, March. 2012: Rossellini s A Question of People: a UNESCO Documentary. Society for Film and Media Studies, Boston, March 2011 I had a great trip. Rossellini, India and Television. Visible Evidence, New York, August. Alberto Cavalcanti and the Story-Documentary in Fascist Italy. Society for Film and Media Studies, New Orleans, March Il cinema come happening: Pasolini s Primitivism and the arte povera Movement. XVI Udine International Film Studies Conference: In the very beginning, at the very end. Università di Udine, Italy, April Only Marxists Love the Past: Pier Paolo Pasolini s The Walls of Sana a. Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Philadelphia, March.
6 Screened Communities: Italian Cinema and National Identity. Colgate University Humanities Colloquium. Colgate University, February Lo sguardo cinematografico sullo spazio omoerotico nella poesia di Sandro Penna, VIII Jornadas Internacionales de Estudios Italianos, UNAM, Mexico City, October Edipo africano. American Association for Italian Studies/American Association of Teachers of Italian, Genova, Italy, May Matteo Garrone s Anti-Nostalgic Gaze. Modern Languages Association, Washington, D.C., December. A Certain Realism in the Cinema of Pedro Almodovar. North East Modern Languages Association, Boston, April Il piano di fuga di Pier Paolo Pasolini. First Annual Dombrowski Italian Conference, Storrs, CT, September. Filming Coming Communities: The Cinema of Ferzan Ozpetek. American Association for Italian Studies, Ottawa, Canada, April "Rossellini dall'india alla RAI: la televisione socratica?" American Association for Italian Studies, Columbia, MO, April "The Other's Other: Gianni Amelio's Lamerica and National Identity". Italian Cultural Studies Association, Boca Raton, FL, October "Interrogating Reality: Pasolini's Experimental Ethnography of Appunti per un film sull'india". Twelfth Annual Purdue University Conference on Romance Languages, Literatures & Film, West Lafayette, IN, October "Back to the Future: Using Technologies to Revive the Past". American Conference of Teachers of Foreign Languages. Dallas, TX, November. "'Il calco della superfice esterna': Pasolini in India". American Association for Italian Studies. Eugene, OR, April. "Sul 45o parallelo: Reality and the Representation of the Orient". French and Italian Graduate Student Symposium. Madison, WI, April "Il male di scrivere: Camere Separate di Pier Vittorio Tondelli". American Association of Teachers of Italian, Nashville, TN, November "L'orizzonte novecentesco pasoliniano da Le ceneri di Gramsci a Mamma Roma". American Association for Italian Studies, St. Louis, MI, April.
7 1995 "La 'vita nuova' di Michelangelo Antonioni: premesse e promesse in Identificazione di una donna". American Association for Italian Studies, Tempe, AZ, April Residencies Rome Prize, Paul Mellon/National Endowments in the Humanities Post- Doctoral 11-month Residential Fellowship. American Academy in Rome, Italy ($ 70,000). Funding Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant. Project Title: Traveling Auteurs: The Geopolitical Afterlife of Italian Art Cinema ($171,507) Center for Interdisciplinary Study in Society and Culture Working Group, Transnational Cultural Flow, Concordia University ($1,500) 2012 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Travel Grant ($500) Picker Research Fellowship, Colgate University ($ 6,004) 2007 Discretionary Grant, Colgate University (US$682) Discretionary Grant: Research Travel. Colgate University ($ 5,000) Discretionary Grant: Research Travel. Colgate University ($ 5,000). Nominated for a NEH Summer Stipend. Colgate University Humanities Division Summer Student-Faculty Assistantship. Colgate University ($ 2,700) Discretionary Grant: Research Travel. Colgate University ($1,000) College of Letters and Science Teaching Fellow. The Graduate School of the University of Wisconsin-Madison ($ 1,000).
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