Lucamante joined the Italian faculty at Georgetown University, where she worked for seven years, first as a lecturer and then as an Assistant Visiting Professor. In 2000 Lucamante accepted a position in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the Catholic University of America where she has been the coordinator of the Italian Studies Program until recently. She has taught at the University of Maryland. She has also been Visiting Professor in the Department of History at the University of Cagliari, Italy (Spring 2011) and Emilio Goggio Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto (2014-15). She has taught both at the undergraduate and graduate level courses ranging from the twentieth century Italian novel to the representations of Rome in film and literature; International women writers' fiction and autobiography, the Holocaust in comparative studies, Italian American studies and social issues in Italian cinema.
She serves on the Committee for Appointments and Promotions of the Academic Senate, has served on the Academic Senate of CUA and on its Executive Committee, has served on the Committee for Appointments and Promotions of School of Arts and Sciences, and has been the director and faculty of the Rome Summer Institute (2015-17).
This Fall (2018), Prof. Lucamante will be teaching a course on family and the novel at the University of Turin, Italy.
Forging Shoah Memories
Lucamante, Stefania. Forging Shoah Memories: Italian Women Writers, Jewish Identity, and the Holocaust. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.