Stefania Zezza is a teacher at Liceo classico Virgilio in Rome, where she teaches Latin, Greek, Italian, History and is the supervisor of Holocaust related conferences and teaching projects. Graduated at the International Master on Holocaust Studies at Roma Tre University, she collaborates with it. She attended international training courses on the Holocaust at the Memorial de la Shoah and at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum. She gives talks on this subject in Italy and abroad (Wiener Library in London, HL Senteret in Oslo). Her recent publications include: “Viktor Frankl: alla ricerca di un senso” (Rassegna mensile di Israele, December 2014), “Primo Levi, Salonika” and other “Greek great matters” (“Trauma and Memory”, 2014, vol. 2, number 2, http://www.eupsycho.com), “The miqwaot in the Warsaw ghetto” (Rassegna mensile di Israele, 2015), “Trauma and Memory” (Giornale di Storia Contemporanea, 2015). She has recently completed a research on the fate of the Salonikan Jews during the Holocaust, focusing also on the early testimonies and the work of David Boder “With their own voices: the interviews of David Boder with the Salonikan survivors”. Her current research interests include the relation among trauma, memory, testimony and language.
Stefania's latest articles:
- David Boder: the man who came, saw and listened for himself
- “A man who has no shoes is a fool”: The Salonikan Jews in the Concentration Camps