Dr. Delogu has taught Italian language, literature and culture courses in the United States and Italy since 1995. Her research includes gender studies, Italian women writers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, especially Anna Banti, and Italian films and songs. Her language teaching merges Humanistic and Cognitive theories with Communicative principles.



Ph.D. in Italian Literature, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

ACTFL Certification American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

M.A. in Italian Literature, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

B.A. in  Modern Languages and Literature (English and Russian), Università degli Studi di Sassari, Sassari, Italy


Courses Taught

ITALIAN 1001: Italian Language I

ITALIAN 4130: Topics in Italian Literature

Art History 2300/English 2160/Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies 2160: Special Topics in Women’s Literature and Art: Artemisia Gentileschi (co-taught with Prof. Anna Tuck-Scala)

GREEK & ROMAN CLASSICS 0804: Race in the Ancient Mediterranean



Lucy Delogu (cured by). La letteratura italiana e il concetto di maternità, Ca’ Foscari,Venezia, 2015

Who Am I” Historical Narrative and Subjectivity in Anna Banti’s Camicia bruciata. Cambridge Scholar Publishing, London, 2012.


Service Provision/ Professional Associations / Membership

Associazione Internazionale Professori di Italiano (AIPI)

American Association of Teachers of Italian (AATI)

American Association for Italian Studies (AASI

American Council Teacher of Foreign Language (ACTFL)

The Canadian Society for Italian Studies (CSIS)


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