Thomas E. Peterson is Professor of Italian at the University of Georgia. He has published widely in the area of 20th-century Italian literature. His books include monographs on Pier Paolo Pasolini, Alberto Moravia, and Franco Fortini, as well as the panoramic studies The Rose in Contemporary Italian Poetry (University of Florida Press, 2000) and The Revolt of the Scribe in Modern Italian Literature (University of Toronto Press, 2010). He has also published numerous essays on process thinking and pedagogy, notably in Educational Philosophy and Theory.
Fortini and the Middle East
The Conscience of an Italian Jew...