Humanities

Nicoletta Pellegrino

Honors Program Director and Assistant Professor of Education and Humanities

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Education

PhD, Early Modern European History, New York University, 2006

FBI Certification, Language Tester in Italian, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC, 2003

MA, History, New York University, 1996

A Laurea, Universita Di Roma – La Sapienza, Rome, Italy, 1986

Experience

Nicoletta Pellegrino was born in Rome, Italy. Prior to joining Regis in 2010, Dr. Pellegrino lectured at Harvard Extension School in Cambridge, Seton Hall University in New Jersey, UCLA, and New York University. She is an FBI-certified Language Tester in Italian.

Publications

Nicoletta Pellegrino, "Flavio Biondo," in Craig Kallendorf ed., A Bibliographical Introduction to Italian Humanism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, in preparation

Nicoletta Pellegrino, "Flavio Biondo," Oxford Bibliographies in Renaissance and Reformation.

Nicoletta Pellegrino, “From the Roman Empire to Christian Imperialism: the Work of Flavio Biondo,” in Sharon Dale, Duane J. Osheim, and Alison Williams Lewin (eds.), Chronicling History (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2007).

Tommaso Sassetti, Il Massacro di San Bartolomeo, Nicoletta Pellegrino, trans., ed. John Tedeschi (Salerno, 1995).

Nicoletta Pellegrino, “Tutti gli uomini del papa: le istruzioni di Ercole Gonzaga al nipote,” in Laura Fortini (ed.), Un’idea di Roma: Società, arte e cultura tra Umanesimo e Rinascimento, 167-182 (Roma nel Rinascimento, 1993).

Nicoletta Pellegrino, “Nascita di una ‘burocrazia’: Il cardinale nella trattatistica del XVI secolo,” in Cesare Mozzarelli (ed.), ‘Familia’ del principe e famiglia aristocratica, 631-69 (Bulzoni, 1988).

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