Dr. Sole Anatrone has been a professor and educator for students of all ages for over a decade, has won awards for her teaching, and has taught in a variety of different educational environments including public, private, primary and higher education. Her pedagogical philosophy is informed by her training in the Communicative Method, the Reggio Approach and the practice of Scaffolded Instruction, all of which aim at modeling inclusive, civic-minded educational environments, and promote the student’s sense of personal ownership in learning.

Sole Anatrone is also a translator of fiction, journalism and professional publications, she is on the steering committee of the Consortium on Forced Migration, and is a member of the advisory board to the Queer Studies Caucus of the American Association of Italian Studies. She is an Assistant Professor of Italian Studies; she has a PhD in Italian Studies and Women and Gender Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.