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Gioseffi, Massimo

Massimo GIOSEFFI, born in Milan, 14th April 1965. Professor of Latin Language and Literature, State University, Milan (Italy).
- 2017-now Full Professor at the State University of Milan
2001-2017 Associate Professor at the State University of Milan
1996-2001 Adjunct Professor at the State University of Milan ("professore aggregato")
1992-2001 Researcher at the State University of Milan (Senior Researcher since 1995)
2010-2015 Adjunct Professor at the Catholic University of Milan ("professore a contratto")
2015-now Tutoring and Teaching in a PhD Program at the Catholic University of Milan ("Humanities, Tradition and Contemporaneity")
1996-2014 Teaching of Latin Literature in a PhD Program at the State University of Milan ("Classics") - in these activities, Advisor of more than one hundred and fifty BA and MA dissertations and supervisor of ten PhD thesis (State University: 7; Catholic University: 1; co-tutor at the University of Salerno: 2)
2000-2018 Teaching of "Latin Literature and Language" at the Postgraduate School for Training Secondary Schools Teachers, both at the State University and at the Catholic University of Milan (SSIS, TFA, PAS, FOR24)
2007-2008 Head of the Committee for the Examinations of New Teachers for Secondary Schools at the State University of Milan
2014-2018 Responsible for a Grant for a Young Researcher (Research Subject: “The Latin School in the Imperial Age and the Formation of a Latin Literary Canon”, winner Amedeo Alessandro Raschieri)
2005-2009 Responsible for a Grant for a Young Researcher (Research Subject: “The Language of the Latin Grammarians: the Late Antique Commentators to Vergil”, winner Luigi Pirovano)

E-Mail: massimo.gioseffi(at)unimi.it


Buchbeitrag

‘Introducing Virgil’. Forme di presentazione dell’Eneide in età tardoantica
Seite 120-143, in: Paulo Farmhouse Alberto/David Paniagua (ed.)
Ways of approaching Knowledge in late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages
Studia Classica et Mediaevalia, Band 8
Nordhausen 2012