Greg Bonetti is a 5th year Ph.D. candidate focusing on late 19th/early 20th century Italian, French and English literature. His major areas of interest include turn of the century Decadence and Aestheticism, Lacanian and Freudian psychoanalysis and Marxist literary criticism. Greg’s dissertation project focuses on the tension between political subjectivity and Catholic orthodoxy in post-unification Italy, with particular focus on the writers Remigio Zena, Antonio Fogazzaro and Luigi Capuana.

Courses taught: “Clothing Makes the Man: The Politics of Drag (upcoming Spring 2013),” “The Exquisite Horror of Literature,” “The Art of Decay,” “Conversion in its Contexts,” “Voices of Love in Discourse,” as well as Elementary Italian 1 and 2.