Eny V. Di Iorio was born in Italy in 1949, and is the Dean of Academic Development at the Institute Lorenzo de’ Medici, in Florence, Italy, since 2009. He holds a Ph.D. degree from Rutgers University, and M.A. degrees from Rutgers University, NYU and La Sorbonne/Paris IV. He promotes activities that lead to the internationalization of the programs, assesses teaching methodologies, learning outcomes, program evaluations and quality assurance. He develops both degree and non-degree programs across disciplines offered at LdM sites. He works with faculty members to contribute to classroom teaching methodology, and program evaluations. He represents the institute at conferences, fairs, and visits universities across the US and overseas. He has taught courses in Italian and Comparative Literature. His current studies concern postmodern philosophy, and has published several articles, and books related to the doubles in literature. He has published literary texts, and various essays and reviews. His studies concern the unknowable subtleties of the human personality in areas such as naturalism, realism, poetry.
I have published “Sinestesie newyorkesi (Village lost & found)”, New York. Rinascimento moderno, De Ferrari Editore, Genoa, 2022.