Dr. Nefeli Misuraca (1972), Yale Ph.D. in art and literature, has been teaching for more than fifteen years collectively in Universities like Yale itself, La Sapienza, John Cabot and Temple in Rome. She has been a speaker at several academic and non academic conferences, giving lectures on cinema, baroque art, Italian literature, gender studies, and, very recently, on the concept of beauty at La Sapienza.As a cultural critic, she has been a regular correspondent for The Cyprus Mail, the major English-speaking newspaper of the island, and is currently a regular correspondent for the Italian national newspaper il manifesto where she used to have her own blog.As an editor and translator she has worked on several books for many publishing houses in Italy, among which On Kubrick, by Michael Herr,(minimum fax), The Trick is to Keep Breathing, by Janice Galloway (Gaffi), Memorie Mediterranee, by Edmondo De Amicis (Socrates).As a screenwriter, film editor and director she has worked on a number of short and feature films and documentaries that have been accepted in international competitions like Berlin Film Festival, Rotterdam Film Festival and Locarno Film Festival.



Ph.D. in Literature at Yale University, USA


Courses Taught

ART HISTORY 3302: Women and Art

GSWS 3000: Topics in Women’s Studies



Caravaggio, Baroque


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