Stefania Nedderman, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Modern Languages & Literature—Spanish, Italian

Born in Sossano (Vi), Italy, Professor Nedderman transferred to the U.S. in 1978. She received her Ph.D. in Romance Languages from the University of Oregon in 1993. Before joining the Modern Languages Department at GU in 1995, she was the supervisor for...

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Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., University of Oregon

Courses Taught

ITAL 101-202 - Elementary/Intermediate Italian

ITAL 301/302 - Advanced Italian

ITAL 303 - Italian Literature and Culture

ITAL 307 - Conversation

ITAL 317 - Italian Short Stories

ITAL 330 - Literary Genres

ITAL 350 - Italian Civilization and Culture

SPAN 303/304 - Survey of Spanish Literature I & II

SPAN 403 - Spanish Theater 

SPAN 405 - Narrative Fiction in Spain

SPAN 440 - Women Writers

SPAN 470 - Picaresque Literature

 


Born in Sossano (Vi), Italy, Professor Nedderman transferred to the U.S. in 1978. She received her Ph.D. in Romance Languages from the University of Oregon in 1993. Before joining the Modern Languages Department at GU in 1995, she was the supervisor for all first year Spanish courses at the University of Oregon. She also taught for one year at the University of South Dakota. Her areas of interest are Spanish and Italian Renaissance and Baroque Literature. She has delivered several papers on the subject. Her research interest extends to Modern Italian writers. Her article "Trascolorare. Metamorphoses in Rosetta Loy's Le Strade di polvere" appears in Gendering Italian Fiction: Feminist Revisions of Italian History. Her current research focuses on Early Modern Spanish mystics. She has directed both the Cuernavaca and Granada programs and is serving on the Women's Studies Advisory Board.

“Il bosco degli urogalli. A Lieu de Mémoire.” Ecocritical Approaches to Italian Culture and Literature. The Denatured Wild. Edited by Pasquale Verdicchio (Lexington Books, 2016), pp. 97-117. 

“Trascolorare: metamorphoses in Rosetta Loy’s Le strade di polvere” in Gendering Italian Fiction, Edited by G. Brooke and M.O. Marotti (Farleigh Dickinson Press, 1999), pp. 223-42.