Structuring a CV

a PORT for Modern Languages tutorial

2 Sample CVs

2.3 CV - Example 3


Personal details

Name    Philip Sousa
Date of birth  13 September 1975
Address    8 Redhill Road – WC1E 8UC - London
Phone number 0044-020-7606885


1994-1998 BA (Hons) Italian and French at Pembroke College, Oxford. Class of degree: I
1998-1999 MA in Critical Theory at the University of Sussex
1999-2003 D.Phil. at the University of Sussex: Representations of the Italian South, 1860-1900


Chapters in edited volumes
'The notion of Italy', in Zygmunt Baranski and Rebecca West (eds), Introduction to Italian Culture, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, (forthcoming)

Refereed articles
'La logica dello stereotipo: "Un omicida" della Contessa Lara', Lettere Italiane, 7, 2001, pp. 286-294.
'Nationalist discourse as idées reçues: the case of Alfredo Rocco', forthcoming in Nations and Nationalism.

Bibliographic research for Bibliografia gramsciana 1922-1988, J. Cammett (ed.), Editori Riuniti, Rome 2001.
Assistant Editor of Gino Bedani, Remo Catani and Monica Slowikowska (eds), The Italian Lyric Tradition, Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 2002.

Piero Bevilacqua, 'A reply to Anna Bull', Modern Italy, vol. 4, no. 1/2, 1999, pp. 77-80.
Emilio Gentile, 'Mussolini's charisma', in Modern Italy, vol. 5, no. 2, 2000


1998-2001 Major state studentship from British Academy to support postgraduate work
4-5/2002    British School at Rome Grant in Aid of Research (value £1,000 approx)

Invited talks

3/2001         '"The moral value of violence": Leopoldo Franchetti and the mafia', Italian Department Seminar, University of Kent

12/2001       'Sententiousness, stupidity and the nation: Alfredo Rocco and Gustave Flaubert', Italian Department seminar, University of Cambridge

4/2002         '"The ancient fiery matter": the South and the nation in post-Unification Italy', Commonwealth Fund Conference. Two Souths: Towards an Agenda for Comparative Study of the American South and the Italian Mezzogiorno, UCL

Conference organization

8/2002 Organizer of Association for the Study of Modern Italy conference on 'Disastro! Disasters in Italy since 1860: culture, politics and society', at History Department, Yale University. Two-day international conference.

Teaching experience

10-12/2000: Temporary lecturer in Italian at UCL
10-12/2000: Tutorial and language teaching in European School, University of Sussex
2001-2003: Lecturer in Italian, University of Wales, College of Cardiff

Other appointments and affiliations

Society for Italian Studies: member since 2001
Association for the Study of Modern Italy: member since 2000
2002-2003: reviews editor of Newsletter of Association for the Study of Modern Italy