Laura Oreggioni

Laura Oreggioni

Adjunct Lecturer, Modern Languages

Ph.D. candidate (A.B.D.), Indiana University Bloomington, U.S.A.
M.A. Indiana University Bloomington, U.S.A.
B.A. Università di Bergamo, Italy

Office: Kaletsch Campus, Office 8 
Phone: +41 91 986 53 20


Laura Oreggioni graduated in Modern German Literature and Culture at Indiana University Bloomington. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship, an E.O. Wooley Scholarship, a Women in Science Travel Grant Award, an Academic Exchange Fellowship with the Freie Universität Berlin, and a A.T. Kearney Scholarship of the Falling Walls Foundation in Berlin. Her current research interests focus on the boundaries between literary and philosophical discourse, on Modernist literature and aesthetics, on Nietzsche's philosophy, and on the figure of the genius.

2018-2019 Courses:

GER 100Introductory German, Part IFALL 2018
GER 200Intermediate German, Part IFALL 2018
ITA 100TIntroductory Italian: Pianura PadanaFALL 2018
GER 101Introductory German, Part IISPRING 2019
GER 201Intermediate German, Part IISPRING 2019
ITA 101Introductory Italian, Part IISUMMER 2019
ITA 200Intermediate Italian, Part ISUMMER 2019
ITA 201Introductory Italian, Part IISUMMER 2019