Joseph Luzzi, PhD

Joseph Luzzi (PhD, Yale) is Professor of Comparative Literature at Bard College and the founder of DeepRead, a program dedicated to educating leaders through literature and the humanities. His books include "My Two Italies," a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice, and "In a Dark Wood: What Dante Taught Me About Grief, Healing, and the Mysteries of Love," which has been translated into Italian, German, and Korean. Luzzi’s honors and awards include a Yale College Teaching Prize and Dante Society of America Essay Prize. Dr. Luzzi speaks and consults regularly for businesses, corporations, and conferences.
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Never Stop Learning//

The Reader’s “Rule of Fours” Will Help You Carve Out More Time for Reading

by Joseph Luzzi, PhD, NSL Experience
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Shakespeare and PayPal

by Joseph Luzzi, PhD, NSL Experience
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Four Books Every Leader Should Read

by Joseph Luzzi, PhD, NSL Experience
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From Great Reader to Great Leader

by NSL Experience, Joseph Luzzi, PhD

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