Dario Biocca

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Dario Biocca teaches European history at the University of Perugia, Italy and is Coordinatore at Scuola di giornalismo Radiotelevisivo (Perugia). He has a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley and has taught at various institutions in the US and Italy. He is currently at UC Berkeley teaching a course on "Walls: Separation and Integration" and 20th Century Italy.

Biocca has published:

  • "Ignazio Silone, La Doppia Vita di un Italiano", Rizzoli 2005;
  • "L'Informatore. Silone, i Comunisti e la Polizia", Luni 2000; with Mauro Canali[1]]
  • "A Matter of Passion. Selected Letters of Bernard Berenson and Clotilde Marghieri", Berkeley and Los Angeles 1989.
  • "Il Muro di Belfast"—An astonishing article on the Belfast cemetery, where a 'sunken wall' separates Catholic graves from Protestant ones - Eerie!, La Rebubblica 15 July 2007
  • "La bella addormentata"—A reportage from the walled-up city of Famagusta, Cyprus.La Repubblica, May 5, 2008.

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