Sole Anatrone holds a Ph.D. in Italian Studies with a Designated Emphasis in Women and Gender Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on gender, race, immigration and sexuality in Italian literature and cinema. Sole's publications include “'Almeno non hai un nome da negra:' Race, Gender and National Belonging in Laila Wadia’s Amiche per la pelle," in Gender/Sexuality/Italy Journal, 2 (2015); and “Disciplining Narratives and Damaged Identities in Rossana Campo’s Lezioni di arabo,” in California Italian Studies, vol. 4: 2. She is currently researching representations of women in the context of the immigration influx in the Mediterranean basin. Sole completed her B.A. at Smith College, in Massachusetts.
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