Cinzia D Noble

Cinzia D Noble

Teaching Professor , French & Italian

3139 JFSB

801-422-2209

cinzia_noble@byu.edu

Curriculum Vitae

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Semester Schedule
TTH 3:00p.m.-4:30p.m.
Biography

 Scholarly work: 1. De Angelis, Luciano. That One Peculiar Year. Cinzia Donatelli Noble trad. Milan: IPOC, 2006. 2. De Angelis Luciano and Cinzia Donatelli Noble. Incontri con la poesia italiana del Novecento. Pescara: Tracce, 2007. 3. Mantegazza, Raffaele. The Smell of Smoke. Cinzia Donatelli Noble trad. Milan: IPOC, 2008. 4. Cinzia Donatelli Noble. “Il True Man e Umberto Eco: semiotica di un film.” Forum Italicum 34.2 (Fall 2000): 528-535. 5. Cinzia Donatelli Noble. “I manicaretti siciliani di Montalbano: a tavola con un commissario.” Italian Culture 19.2 (2001): 91-101 6. Cinzia Donatelli Noble. “Corso intensivo d’italiano: un corso in tre giorni.” L’Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero. Libri e Riviste d’Italia. II.46. Anthony Mollica and Riccardo Campa Editors. Roma: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato, 2002. 585-593. 7. Cinzia Donatelli Noble. “Prefazione” of Lampi di luce nel buio, Luciano De Angelis author. Pescara: Edizioni Tracce, 2005. 13-18. 8. Cinzia Donatelli Noble. “Prefazione.” d’altro Canto by Luciano De Angelis. Pescara: Tracce, 2007. 9. Cinzia Donatelli Noble. “Lampi di luce nel buio: The Detective Story as a Pretext for a Journey toward Regaining Lost Memory.” Paper read at the “Memory in the Crime Genre,” Friday 10-Sunday 12 June, 2005; The National University of Ireland, Galway. 10. Cinzia Donatelli Noble. “Dolore, dubbio e crisi in Abracadabra di Luciano De Angelis.” Paper read at the 38th annual Northeast Modern Language Association Convention, March 1-4, 2007, in Baltimore, MD. 11. Cinzia Donatelli Noble, Aaron Rose, and Luca Bonomi. “Crossing Roads in Italy: Education Abroad from a Faculty, Administrative, and Host Institution Perspective.” Full session presented at the NAFSA Region II conference, Oct. 21-24, 2008, in Park City, Utah. 12. “Cinzia Donatelli Noble. La nuova scuola siciliana in una penna al femminile: Marje Dolores Merenda.” Paper read at the ACIS fifth biennal conference in Auckland, NZ, Feb. 21, 2009.

Degrees

BA, Brigham Young U., 1978
Dott. in Lett., G. D’Annunzio, Italy, 1979