Research areas: Audiences, popular cinema, Italian cinema of 1950s, exhibition, programming
“Moralizing cinema while attracting audiences: Catholic film exhibition in post-war Rome.” In Moralizing cinema: Film Catholicism and Power (eds. by Daniel Biltereyst and Daniela Treveri Gennari) Routledge (New York) forthcoming December 2014.
“Repicturing the Myth: American characters in post-war Italian cinema.” In Memories of WWII: Redefining the Self and the Nation in Post-War Europe (Berghahn Books, forthcoming 2014)
“Catholicism and Neorealism: Zavattini’s contribution to Universalia-produced Prima Comunione,” (Blasetti, 1950). In Religion, Mysticism and Heresy in Italian Culture (Palgrave, forthcoming 2014).
“If you have seen it, you cannot forget!” Film consumption and memories of cinema-going in 1950s Rome (The Historical Journal of Film Radio and Television, 2014).
Film popularity, Programming Patterns and Film Audience Choices in 1950s Rome (written in collaboration with Professor John Sedgwick, forthcoming 2015)
Treveri-Gennari, Daniela, Catherine O’Rawe & Danielle Hipkins. ‘In Search of Italian Cinema Audiences in the 1940s and 1950s: Gender, genre and national identity’, Participations, Journal Of Audiences and Reception Studies, Volume 8, Issue 2 (November 2011)
A Regional Charm: Italian Comedy versus Hollywood, October (Spring 2009, No. 128: 51–68) Available online: http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1162/octo.2009.128.1.51