Gina Crocenzi (Masterson)

Gina Crocenzi (Masterson)

Gina Crocenzi (Masterson)

Adjunct Faculty

French: Literary Theory, 20th century Philosophy, Theology, Comparative Literature

Professional Background
Professor, Georgetown University French Dept.
Professor, Princeton University Dept. of French and Italian
Professor, George Mason University and NOVA, Dept. of Modern Languages
International Business, project manager, US federal government

Selected Publications

Gina Crocenzi (Masterson), Literature and the Science of the Unknowable: Julia Kristeva and Gaston Bachelard. Lambert Academic Publishing, 2009 (PhD dissertation).


Gina Crocenzi (Masterson), “Science as Spectacle: Technology at the 1900 Paris Exhibition,” Memories for the 21st Century: Selected Cultural Experiments in 20th Century France.  Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, Georgetown University, 2002.


Georgetown University, B.A. Philosophy/History; summa cum laude
Catholic University of America, PhD - Modern French Literature and Literary Criticism

Excellence in Teaching Award, Northern Va Community College, Office of the Dean, Spring 2021.

Certified, Hybrid Learning, American University, Washington, DC. 2018.

Certified, Online Instruction, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, Virginia. 2020.