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The Bridge Book Award 2017

 

Italian Fiction

  • Maria Antonietta Saracino, docente/Dipartimento di Anglistica “La Sapienza” di Roma
  • Nadia Fusini, docente di Letteratura Inglese/Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, scrittrice
  • Maria Baiocchi, traduttrice
  • Antonella Francini, docente/Syracuse University di Firenze, scrittrice
  • Cristina Iuli, docente/Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale
  • Sara Antonelli, docente di Letteratura Americana/Università Roma Tre
  • Anna Scacchi, docente Letteratura Americana/Università degli Studi di Padova
  • Tommaso Pincio, scrittore, traduttore
  • Paola Splendore, Docente di Letteratura Inglese/Università di RomaTre,traduttrice
  • Stefano Rosso, docente di Letteratura Angloamericana/Università degli Studi di Bergamo
  • Pia Masiero, docente di Letterature Nord-Americane/Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia
  • Lorenzo Pavolini, scrittore, giornalista radiofonico
  • Maria Giulia Castagnone, direttrice editoriale, traduttrice
  • Martina Testa, traduttrice, editor
  • Christian Rocca, giornalista Gruppo Sole 24 Ore, Direttore IL
  • Marisa Caramella , editor
  • Emanuele Bevilacqua, manager editoriale
  • Andrea Barzini, regista e artista
  • Francesco Pacifico, scrittore
  • Sandro Portelli, docente di letteratura anglo-americana, storico, critico musicale
  • Andrea Bajani, scrittore, giornalista
  • Chiara Valerio, scrittrice, giornalista, editor
  • Luca Briasco, editor, traduttore
  • Leonardo Buonomo, docente di Letteratura Americana/Università di Trieste
  • Mirko Zilahy, scrittore, traduttore, editor

Italian Non-Fiction

  • Elisabetta Vezzosi, docente di Storia degli Stati Uniti d’America/Univ. di Trieste
  • Ferdinando Fasce, docente di Storia Contemporanea/Università di Genova
  • Gabriele Pedullà, docente ordinario di Letteratura italiana/Università RomaTre Roma
  • Stefano Velott, docente di Estetica/Università “La Sapienza” Roma
  • Umberto Gentiloni, docente Storia Contemporanea/Università “La Sapienza” Roma
  • Francesco Benigno, docente di Storia moderna/Università di Teramo
  • Giorgio Vasta, scrittore, critico letterario
  • Sebastiano Triulzi, giornalista culturale
  • Tommaso Giartosio, scrittore, saggista
  • Junko Terao, editor rivista “Internazionale”
  • Hansmichael Hohenegger, docente, ricercatore, filosofo
  • Francesca Barzini, giornalista terza rete e Rai uno RAI
  • Stefania Aphel Barzini, scrittrice e critica letteraria
  • Daniele Fiorentino, docente di storia e istituzioni delle Americhe/Univ. Roma Tre
  • Stefano Petrocchi, direttore Fondazione Bellonci – Premio Strega
  • Peter Miller, direttore programmi culturali American Academy in Rome
  • Kim Bowes, direttore American Academy in Rome
  • Tim Parks, scrittore , saggista, giornalista
  • Christian Caliandro, storico dell'arte contemporanea, docente/Univ. IULM Milano
  • Ileana Florescu, artista, fotografa
  • Alessio Marchionna, editor
  • Dana Prescott, direttrice Fondazione Civitella Ranieri, Perugia
  • Patricia Gaborik, docente, storica del teatro e traduttrice
  • Andrea Cane, editor, traduttore
  • Caterina Romeo, docente di Critica letteraria e Studi di genere/Università”La Sapienza" di Roma,
    traduttrice

American Fiction

  • Anthony Tamburri — Director of John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, New York, NY - Publisher Bordighera Press
  • Cosetta Seno — Associate Professor of Italian - Undergraduate Studies - French and Italian Department, Colorado University
  • Evelyn Lincoln — Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Italian Studies - List Art Center, Brown University
  • Giancarlo Lombardi — Professor French, English, and American Literature; Italian Film and Cultural Studies; Film Theory; Literary Theory; Gender Studies The Graduate Center, CUNY, NY
  • Gini Alhadeff — Author and Translator
  • Grazia Menechella — Department of French and Italian University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Jhumpa Lahiri — Pulitzer Prize Author - Professor of Creative Writing at Lewis Center of the Arts, Princeton University
  • Joseph A. Perricone — Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature, Fordham University
  • Martha Witt — Associate Professor, Creative Writing, Fiction -
    Dep of English, William Paterson University, New Jersey
  • Massimo Riva — Chair, Department of Italian Studies, Brown University, Providence, RI
  • Paola Zamperini — Department of Asian Languages & Cultures
    Northwestern University, IL
  • Paolo Valesio — Critic and Poet, Giuseppe Ungaretti Professor Emeritus in Italian Literature, Department of Italian, Columbia University
  • Patrizio Ceccagnoli — Assistant Professor of Italian
    Director of Undergraduate Studies in Italian, University of Kansas - Dept. of French and Italian, Poetry Italian Review, Managing Editor
  • Paul A. Kottman — Associate Professor of Literary Studies.
    The New School for Social Research, New York, NY
  • Robin Pickering-Iazzi — Department of French, Italian, and Comparative Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Simone Marchesi — Associate Professor of French and Italian, Princeton University
  • Stefania Lucamante — Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature, The Catholic University of America, Washington DC
  • Steven Botterill — Associate Professor of Italian Studies
    Berkeley University, CA
  • Tullio Pagano — Associate Professor of Italian, Dickinson College Carlisle PA; Director of the K. Robert Nilsson Center for European Studies in Bologna, 2016-18
  • Chiara Marchelli — Author and Professor of Creative Writing at NYU
  • Cristina Lombardi-Diop, Ph.D. — Director of the Rome Studies Program Modern Languages and Literatures Department, and the Women's Studies and Gender Studies Program Loyola University, Chicago
  • Barry McCrea - University of Notre Dame, IN - Professor of Department of English Concurrent Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures - Concurrent Professor of Irish Language and Literature
  • Teresa Fiore - Associate Professor and  Inserra Chair in Italian and Italian American Studies - Montclair State University, New Jersey
  • Ronald G. Musto - Publishers, Italica Press, Inc. New York, NY
  • Eileen Gardiner, Ph.D - Publishers, Italica Press, Inc. New York, NY

American Non-Fiction

  • Andrea Ciccarelli — Dean, Hutton Honors College Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
  • Andrea Mirabile — Associate Professor, Italian and Cinema & Media Arts- Vanderbilt U, Nashville, TN
  • Charles Klopp — Professor Emeritus of Italian - Dept. French and Italian - The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
  • Ernesto Livorni — Professor of Italian Language and Litera- ture, Comparative Literature and Religious Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI
  • Francesca d’Andrea — Journalist - Media Consultant
  • Francesca J. Parmeggiani — Associate Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature - Modern Languages and Literatures - Fordham University
  • Frank Snowden — Professor of Italian History, European social and political history & History of Medicine, Yale University
  • Giorgio Bertellini — Associate Professor in Screen Arts and Cultures and Romance Languages and Literatures - University of Michigan
  • Ilaria Serra — Associate Professor of Italian Studies - Italian and Comparative Studies, Florida Atlantic University
  • Jo Ann Cavallo — Chair, Department of Italian - Columbia University
  • Julia L. Hairston — Academic Director, University of California, Rome, Member at the School for Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study Princeton, NJ
  • Laura Wittman — Associate Professor of French and Italian- Department of French and Italian - Stanford University
  • Lucia Re — Professor of Italian and Director of Graduate Studies with an appointment in the UCLA Department of Gender Studies - UCLA University
  • Marta Saxton — Professor of History and Sexuality, Women’s and Gender Studies - Amherst College, MA
  • Nicoletta Marini-Maio — Associate Professor of Italian and Film Studies - Dickinson University
  • Sabrina Ferri — Department of Romance Languages and Literatures - University of Notre Dame, IN
  • Tiziana Rinaldi Castro — Novelist and journalist.
    Professor of Ancient Greek Literature at Montclair State University.
  • Valerio Ferme — Dean Northern Arizona University as Dean of the College of Arts and Letters - Chair, Department of French and Italian - University of Colorado
  • Victoria De Grazia — Moore Collegiate Professor of History - Department of History, Columbia University, NY
  • Vincenzo A. Binetti — Graduate Chair, Dept. of Romance Languages and LiteraturesDept. of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan
  • Peter Carravetta - Professor of Italian and Italian American Studies, in the Department of European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, at Stony Brook University, NY.
  • Fabio Girelli Carasi - Dept. of Modern Lang. and Lit. - CUNY-Brooklyn College
  • Luigi Fontanella - PhD., Professor of Italian and Chair Dept. of European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, State University of New York at Stony Brook -  Director of "Gradiva", Leo S. Olschki - Editore Redattore negli Stati Uniti di "Poesia", Crocetti Editore
  • Marella Feltrin-Morris - Associate Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty, School of Humanities and Sciences - Specialty: Modern and Contemporary Italian Literature, Translation Studies
  • Minna Proctor - Editor, The Literary Review - TLR and Creative Writing at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Madison New Jersey