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Andrea Grover

Andrea Grover

Adjunct Associate Professor

Andrea Grover, MA, is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Humanities in the Center for Applied Liberal Arts, NYUSPS.  She has taught courses on Italian cultural history and on her specialty, Italian Jewish history, at NYU since 1984 receiving the School’s Excellence in Teaching Award.  She is also a translator (Italian to English).  Among her translations is The Jews of Europe After the Black Death by Anna Foa (U. of California Press, 2001).  She designs and conducts cultural tours of Italy, leading several for NYU and two of Jewish Italy for the Jewish Federation of MetroWest (NJ). Among her publications is L’osservatore romano and the Holocaust 1933-45 which she presented at a conference at Yeshiva University and at the U.S. Holocaust Museum.

Currently Teaching

Southern Italy: The Roads Less Traveled

Learn about the historically and culturally rich regions of southern Italy, from Amalfi to Matera, the 2019 European Capital of Culture.

The Jews of Italy: Past and Present

Learn about the Jewish community in Italy since Roman times and its many important contributions in literature, journalism, the arts, and more.