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Judith Tauber received her BA in Italian Studies and European Studies from the College of William & Mary. She has also been a visiting student at Università degli Studi di Perugia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and James Madison University. During her undergraduate career, she completed an honors thesis on the Red Brigades’ interpretation of consensus and an independent study on the representation of the Other in 1960s-1970s Italian protest music. In addition to Italy’s 1970s, her interests span cultural studies, history, literature, film, and philosophy, with a particular emphasis on social change, memory, the meanings of violence and consensus, and questions of power and representation. Thanks to her competency in six languages, her work tends to cross linguistic, cultural, and national boundaries.
- Romance Studies