Áine O'Healy is Professor of Italian at Loyola Marymount University, where she teaches cinema and cultural studies in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. Former chair of Classics and Archaeology from 2018-21.
University of Wisconsin: Ph.D.
University College Galway, National University of Ireland: B.A. and M.A.
Areas of Expertise (3)
Italian Cultural Studies
Transnational Film Studies
Indiana University Press, 2019.
(Editor with Anikó Imre and Katarzyna Marciniak). Palgrave, 2007. [Paperback edition, 2011]
Special Issue of California Italian Studies, vol 7, nos. 1 & 2 (2017) [Editor with Marguerite Waller].
Special Issue of Feminist Media Studies vol. 9, no. 4 (2009).[Editor with Katarzyna Marciniak and Anikó Imre]
"Cabiria in the Classroom: Teaching Fellini in the 21st Century"A Companion to Federico Fellini
edited by Frank Burke and Marguerite Waller. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2020.
"Cinema accentato: Pratiche filmiche ccontroculturali"Le storie del cinema dalle origini al digitale
edited by Christian Uva and Vito Zagarrio. Rome: Carocci. 2020.
“Witnessing Mediterranean Migration through a Postcolonial Lens"Narrazioni postcoloniali della contemporaneità tra conflitto e convivenza
Special Issue of Imago no. 19, vol. 1 (2019) pp. 105-120.
Introduction (with Marguerite Waller)Moving Images
Special Issue of California Italian Studies vol. 7, no. 1 (2017), pp.1-6
“An Accented Gaze: Migrant and Transmigrant Filmmaking”A Companion to Italian Cinema
ed. Frank Burke, Wiley Blackwell, 2017. 484-499.
“Bound to Care: Gender, Affect, and Immigrant Labor”Italian Political Cinema: Public Life, Imaginary, and Identity in Contemporary Italian Film
ed. Giancarlo Lombardi and Christian Uva, Lang, 2016, pp. 56-67.
“‘Grateful to be American’: The Challenges of Teaching Transnational Documentaries”Teaching Transnational Cinema
ed. Katarzyna Marciniak and Bruce Bennett. Routledge, 2016. 202-215.
“Regarding the Pain of Others: Migrant Self-Narration, Participatory Filmmaking and Academic Collaboration” (with Clarissa Clò, Valerio Ferme, and Pasquale Verdicchio)California Italian Studies
6.1 (2016). 1-30. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/8z9679b3
“Imagining Lampedusa”Italian Mobilities
edited by Ruth Ben-Ghiat and Stephanie Malia Hom. Routledge, 2015, pp. 152-174.
“Witnessing History, Recounting Suffering: The Documentary Project of Andrea Segre”Destination Italy
ed. Emma Bond, Guido Bonsaver, Lang, 2015, pp. 415-430.
“Postcolonial Theory and Italy’s ‘Multicultural’ Cinema”The Italian Cinema Book
edited by Peter Bondanella, Palgrave, 2014, pp. 295-302.
“Towards a Transnational Approach to the Study of Contemporary Italian Film”The Italianist
vol. 34, No. 2 (2014), pp. 269–272.
“La nuova scuola napoletana: sogni, ricordi, fantasmi di una città mediterranea”Sindbad mediterraneo: Per una topografia della memoria da Oriente a Occidente
edited by Roberta Morosini and Charmaine Lee. Pensa Multimedia 2013, pp. 337-346.
“Transnational Mobility and Precarious Labor in Post-Cold War Europe: The Spectral Disruptions of Carmine Amoroso’s Cover Boy” (with Alice Bardan)The Cinemas of Italian Migration: European and Transatlantic Narratives
edited by Sabine Schrader and Daniel Winkler. CSP, 2013, pp. 68-90.