Christine Sansalone

Christine Sansalone

Associate Professor

Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Arts
L-723, R.D. Parker Building Sudbury Campus

Biography

Dr. Christine Sansalone is an associate professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Laurentian University.  Born in Canada from Italian parents, Dr. Sansalone was raised in Tuscany, Italy.  She has been teaching at Laurentian University since 2005.

Education

  • 2005  Ph.D.  University of Toronto, Doctorate of Philosophy, Italian Studies

    Major Area: Contemporary Italian Literature

    Minor Area: Medieval Italian Literature

    Thesis Topic: “The Image of the Woman in Late Eighteenth, Early Nineteenth Century Italian Theatre”

    Supervisor: Professor Manuela Gieri

  •                          2000    M.A., University of Toronto, Italian Department
  •                          1999  Honors B.A., University of Toronto at Mississauga
                             Specialist in Italian


Academic Appointments

2005 Assistant Professor (LTC)

2007 Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)

2010 Assistant Professor (Tenured)

2018 Associate Professor

Research

Eighteenth-Nineteenth Century Italian Theatre

Italian-Canadian Studies

Second language acquisition

Awards

  • Publications

    Colilli, Paul and Christine Sansalone, eds. Documenting the Italian Diaspora. Special Issue of

                Italian Canadiana. Volume 31, 2017.

    Colilli, Paul, Diana Iuele-Colilli and Christine Sansalone.  La sala verde & Divorzio alla

                canadese. Legas: Ottawa, 2017.

     

    Iuele-Colilli, Diana  and Sansalone, Christine.  Nozze all’arrabbiata.  Soleil: Welland, 2011.

     

    Iuele-Colilli, Diana  and Sansalone, Christine.  Vita di tutti i giorni.  Soleil: Welland, 2010.

     

    Iuele-Colilli, Diana  and Sansalone, Christine. Ma che brava gente.  Soleil: Welland, 2009.

     

    Iuele-Colilli, Diana  and Sansalone, Christine.  I panni sporchi si lavano in famigliaSoleil:

    Welland, 2008.

    Sansalone, Christine. “Una rivalutazine del teatro borghese della seconda metà dell’Ottocento.” Cultura e Comunicazione.  Anno VII, N. 10, 2016.  (p 12-15)

     

    Sansalone, Christine.  “Svevo e Muccino: Le ragioni di un’omologia.” Cultura e Comunicazione.  Anno VI, N. 06, 2015.  (p 32-35)

     

    Sansalone, Christine.  “Issues of Adaptation and Identity in The Lives of Italian-Canadians: After the Age of Immigration.”  Italian Canadiana. Volume 23, 2009,  (p 59-68)

     

    Sansalone, Christine.  “Note su La Voragine e il Teatro S-Naturalista di Enrico Bernard.” in Rivista di studi italianiGiugno 2003, (p.142-150)

    Sansalone, Christine. “Enemy Aliens: Sudbury’s Italian Community during WWII” in Italian Canadiana. Volume 31, 2017. (p 51-62)

     

    Sansalone, Christine. “A Community on Stage: Italiese in Contemporary Theatre.” In Language and Territory. Literary Spaces. Ed. Norman Cheadle, Julie Boissonneault & Ali Reguigui.  Sudbury: Human Science Monograph Series, 2014. (p. 255-268)

     

    Sansalone, Christine.  “A Community on Stage: Italian-Canadian Theatre in Sudbury.”  In Italian Outside of Italy: The Situation in Canada, USA and the English-Speaking WorldEd. Salvatore Bancheri. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012. (p. 139-148)

     

    Sansalone, Christine.  “I Malavoglia e La terra trema: dal romanzo al film.”  In Transitions: prospettive di studio sulle trasformazioni letterarie e linguistiche nella cultura italianaFirenze, Edizioni Cadmo, 2004. (p. 231-238)