Franco Moretti

Italian scholar

1950   -  

country of citizenship: Italy
languages spoken, written or signed: Italian
educated at: Sapienza University of Rome
occupation: essayist, sociologist, literary critic, classical scholar, academic, university teacher, literary scholar

Franco Moretti (born 1950 in Sondrio) is an Italian literary historian and theorist. He graduated in Modern Literatures from the University of Rome in 1972. He has taught at the universities of Salerno (1979–1983) and Verona (1983–1990); in the US, at Columbia (1990–2000) and Stanford (2000–2016), where in 2000 he founded the Center for the Study of the Novel, and in 2010, with Matthew Jockers, the Stanford Literary Lab. Moretti has given the Gauss Seminars at Princeton, the Beckman Lectures at Berkeley, the Carpenter Lectures at the University of Chicago, and has been a lecturer and visiting professor in many countries, including, until the end of 2019, the Digital Humanities Institute at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.
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    • Banksprech : Die Sprache der Weltbank-Jahresberichte ( 2015 )

      article by Franco Moretti et. al. published in Merkur (2015), Heft: 798, pp. 5-21.

      author: Franco Moretti, Dominique Pestre

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