Fabrizio lectures in Italian and Comparative Culture, as well as in Liberal Arts. He specialises in the relationship between politics and culture, with a focus on political violence. His second year Liberal Arts course, Power and Dissent, looks at a variety of political contexts, from Italy and India to Africa and China, and different media, from political tract to literature and music. Similarly, his final year course in Italian: Shooting History: Dictatorship, Terror and Crime in Italian film, deals with movies about fascism, communist terrorism and organised crime. His final year course in Comparative Literature and Culture, Transnationalism, Diaspora and Globalisation in Contemporary Film, explores cinematic representations of the current migration crisis, global terrorism and postcolonial globalisation.