Sandro Puiatti

Lecturer of Italian
NCH 466
Office Hours:
Monday 3:00pm-4:00pm & Wednesday 12:00pm-1:00pm and by appt

Sandro Puiatti is a doctoral candidate in Italian at Indiana University Bloomington. He received an M.A. in Italian from Florida State University in 2009 after completing a B.A. in Italian Philology and Literature at Ca' Foscari University of Venice in 2006. His current research focuses on the transition from Medieval to Humanistic culture and the continuity between manuscript and printed culture. His research interests include Medieval and Renaissance comic literature and the interaction between authors and early printing presses.

Sandro has been teaching Italian language and civilization to college students of all levels of proficiency for eight years.