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During her time as an undergrad Erin also studied abroad in Cádiz, Spain and served as a translator/interpreter at the Villanova Law School where she worked with undocumented immigrants. These language experiences not only improved her command of the Spanish language but also demonstrated to her the connectedness between language and historical and social understanding. Erin is looking forward to utilizing her Spanish communication skills at Columbia and LSE while studying modern Latin American history.
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Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Giancarlo graduated summa cum laude in corsu honorem from Fordham University with a BA in History and Italian Studies in 2015. His bachelor’s thesis examined the political self-conceptions of Italian intellectuals Italo Calvino and Pier Paolo Pasolini during Palmiro Togliatti’s reign over the Italian Communist Party, from 1944-1964. While he didn’t spend a semester abroad, Giancarlo took two wonderful academic trips: studying in Rome during the summer of 2013, and hiking the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain the following year. Theatre, photography, and sport are all other interests.
After graduating in 2015, Giancarlo spent one year teaching at Regis High School in New York. His current research interests include 20th century international history, Italo-European relations, the history of the European Union, nationalism, identity, and historical political memory, particularly as manifested in cultural media like film and literature.