University of Turin, Italy, adjunct professor
Robert Moscaliuc holds a PhD from the University of Genoa, Italy, and is conducting research in the field of contemporary American literature. His research focuses on the literature produced and developed in the aftermath of the American ‘war on terror’ in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Robert Moscaliuc holds a BA in English and Romanian Languages and Literature from the University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania), a first-level MA in American Studies from the University of Turin, and a second MA in Modern Languages and Literature from the same university. Along the years, he has conducted research in various fields including the ethics of fiction, the AIDS crisis of the 1980s in the United States, and representations of Italian culture in American literature and film. Among his most recent publications is an article entitled The Proximal – Ancillary Coverage Continuum and the Discourse of the American ‘War on Terror’, included in the volume Harbors, Flows, and Migrations: The USA in/and the World (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017). He has conducted part of his research at the City University of New York and the John F. Kennedy Institute, Berlin, as a visiting research scholar.
Areas of interest
Contemporary American literature, war literature, nonfiction writing