Luca Pietromarchi (Rome, 1959) was a Researcher in French Language and Literature from 1986 to 1998 at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Trento. Associate Professor in the same Faculty, he was Professeur Invité / Visiting Professor of French Literature at Paris Sorbonne University – Paris IV during the academic year 2002-2003 and at Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle University – Paris III in 2013. Since the academic year 2007-2008 he has been working at the Faculty of Humanities, now Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures, at Roma Tre University as a Professor of French Language and Translation, after having obtained the transition to sector L-Lin/04 – French Language by the CUN. Since June 2010 he has been Full Professor of French Literature (L-Lin/03).
Graduated in French Literature at the University of Padua (academic year 1982-1983), his studies have mainly covered four research areas: the historical avant-gardes (‘Dal manichino all’uomo di ferro. Alberto Savinio a Parigi’, Unicopli, Milan, 1984; Editing of Ardengo Soffici’s ‘Rimbaud’, Trento, 2001); the romantic exoticism (‘L’illusione orientale. Flaubert e l’esotismo romantico’, Guerini, Milan, 1990; edition and translation by Nerval, ‘La Regina del Mattino’ Venice, Marsilio, 1992; the poetic work of Patrice de La Tour du Pin ‘Les anges sauvages’, ‘La Quête de Joie de PdLTP’, Paris, Champion, 2001); Baudelaire and the romantic poetry: critical reading and translation problems (commented edition of the ‘Fleurs du mal’ in Giorgio Caproni’s then unpublished translation, Venice, Marsilio, 2008 – Saint-Vincent Prize in French Studies 2009; ‘La Poesia Francese’ 1814-1914, Bari, Laterza 2012, ‘La poesia e i numeri’, Pisa, Pacini, 2013; ‘La critique italienne et Baudelaire’, L’ Année Baudelaire, 17/2013, Champion, 2015). In 2017 he edited and translated a new Italian edition of La Fontaine’s Fables for the publisher Marsilio.
Associate Professors representative in the Steering Committee of the University Society of French Language and Literature from 2004 to 2007, he is currently a member of the Association Internationale des Etudes Françaises Steering Committee. Since 2013 he has been Vice-Coordinator of the Seminar in French Philology. Member of the editorial committee of the ‘L’Année Baudelaire’ journal, he is Director of the ‘Studi di Letteratura Comparata’ collection (Pacini) by the Sigismondo Malatesta Association. In 2010 he was elected as a member of the Scientific Committee of Roma Tre University Centre for Italian-French Studies.
From 2009 to 2015 he was Institutional Coordinator of the Erasmus Programme as well as Rector’s delegate for international student mobility.
Since 2016 he has been Director of the Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures, as well as Coordinator of the Departmental Directors Board.
Since November 1st 2017 he has been Rector of Roma Tre University.
Information and contact details
|Link identifier #email@example.com|
|PEC||Link identifier #firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Link identifier #email@example.com|
|Head of Coordination Secretariat||Piera Generali|