Pierluigi Vercesi

Pierluigi Vercesi

Corriere della Sera

Now editor at large for Corriere della Sera, he was editor-in-chief of Sette (Corriere della Sera’s magazine) for five years. He worked at La Stampa for many years, where he was co-editor of Specchio della Stampa, as well as holding other positions. He was deputy editor of daily newspaper Il Tempo in Rome, editor-in-chief of Capital and Viaggi del Sole, monthly magazine of Sole 24 Ore. He taught Theories and Techniques of Journalistic Language and Theories and Techniques of New Media Studies at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Parma. Among his books are Il Naso di Dante (Neri Pozza, Milano 2018), Fiume. L’avventura che cambiò l’Italia (Neri Pozza, Milano 2017), Il Marine (Mondadori, Milano 2017), Ne ammazza più la penna (Sellerio, Palermo 2015), L’Italia in prima pagina. I giornalisti che hanno fatto la storia (F. Brioschi, Milano 2008), Storia del giornalismo americano (Mondadori Università, Milano 2005). He has written articles on the preservation of Italy’s artistic heritage for Hruby Foundation’s publications and authored a number of historical documentaries for De Agostini, such as La Roma di Nerone (six episodes), La Germania del Novecento (ten episodes), La Prima guerra mondiale (ten episodes). He is editor-in-chief of PreText, a magazine specializing in the history of the publishing industry. He lives and works in Milan.






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