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Luca Di Gregorio

Luca Di Gregorio is a lecturer in liberal arts and in medical humanities at the universities of Winchester and Southampton (UK). Previously, he taught European cinema and literature, Italian language and British culture at the universities of Kent and Southampton. His academic research encompasses the fields of psychoanalysis, critical theory and film studies. His publications include a chapter on the representation of madness in Italian cinema in the edited book The Years of Alienation in Italy (Diazzi and Sforza Tarabochia) (Palgrave, 2019) and an article on curriculum innovation and student engagement published in the assessment Special Issues of Higher Education Pedagogies. Currently, he is working on the monograph Lacan in Italy: Clinic, Politics, Aesthetics (Palgrave, forthcoming 2022). He has been editorial assistant for JICMS since 2021.