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Shaul Bassi is associate professor of English language and literature. He graduated from the University of Venice, studied at Berkeley and Liverpool, and earned his Ph.D. from the Universities of Pisa and Florence. He was assistant professor of English at Ca’Foscari (2000-2007). His research, teaching and publications are divided between Shakespeare, postcolonial theory and literature (India and Africa) and Jewish studies. He has lectured at several Italian and international universities (London, Munich,Valencia, Berkeley, Toronto, Atlanta, New York, Praga, Nairobi); he has taught at Wake Forest University-Venice, Venice International University, Harvard-Ca’Foscari summer school and has been visiting professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz. He is the founder of the international literary festival Incroci di civiltà.
Shaul Bassi has promoted two major cultural projects for the 500 years of the Venice Ghetto in 2016: www.merchantinvenice.org, www.veniceghetto500.org.
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