Stanislao G. PUGLIESE
Hofstra University
Stanislao G. Pugliese Aracne editrice

Professor of modern European history and the Queensboro Unico Distinguished Professor of Italian and Italian American Studies at Hofstra University. 
A specialist on modern Italy, the anti-fascist Resistance and Italian Jews, Dr. Pugliese is the author, editor or translator of fifteen books on Italian and Italian American history, including Bitter Spring: A Life of Ignazio Silone; Carlo Rosselli: Socialist Heretic and Antifascist Exile, and Desperate Inscriptions: Graffiti from the Nazi Prison in Rome, 1943-1944.
He has edited numerous volumes of conference proceedings including The Most Ancient of Minorities: The Jews of Italy; The Political Legacy of Margaret Thatcher; Frank Sinatra: History, Identity and Italian-American Culture; as well as The Legacy of Primo Levi and Answering Auschwitz: Primo Levi’s Science and Humanism After the Fall. Other books are  an anthology, Fascism, Anti-Fascism and the Resistance in Italy. He edited a new English edition of Carlo Levi’s Fear of Freedom and the first English translation of Claudio Pavone’s landmark work A Civil War: A History of the Italian Resistance. With Brenda Elsey, he is co-editor of Football and the Boundaries of History: Critical Studies in Soccer; with William J. Connell he is co-editor of The Routledge History of Italian Americans (Italian translation by Mondadori); with Pellegrino D’Acierno he is co-editor of Delirious Naples: A Cultural History of the City of the Sun.
He also serves as the editor of the Italian and Italian American Studies series published by Palgrave Macmillan.
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