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Flaminia Cervesi

Senior Lecturer of Italian Language

Flaminia Cervesi

Klarman Hall, Room K143


Flaminia Cervesi, Senior Lecturer in Italian, is a native of Forlì, Italy. She has studied in Italy and in the United States, and received her M.A. in French language and literature from Washington University in St. Louis. Since her arrival in Ithaca, she has been teaching Italian language at various levels and introductory courses on Italian literature that explores twentieth century short stories and novels. She is the recipient of the Clark Award for Distinguished Teaching. She served many years as the Faculty Fellow for the Italian Language House program and she still enjoys sharing her culture and language with the students. More recently she has worked on developing a multimedia program for the elementary language course. Flaminia lives in Ithaca with her family.


  • Elementary Italian
  • Italian Intermediate Composition and Conversation I & II
  • Introduction to Italian Literature I&II


  • Romance Studies