Claudia Moscovici

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Industry Arts
Occupation writer and art critic
Location Saline, Michigan, United States
Introduction Bio Claudia Moscovici is the author of the critically acclaimed novels "Velvet Totalitarianism" (2009) and "The Seducer" (2011). "Velvet Totalitarianism" was republished in translation in her native country, Romania, under the title "Intre Doua Lumi" (Curtea Veche Publishing, 2011). In 2002, she co-founded with Mexican sculptor Leonardo Pereznieto the international aesthetic movement called “postromanticism”, devoted to celebrating beauty, passion and sensuality in contemporary art. She wrote a book on Romanticism and its postromantic survival called "Romanticism and Postromanticism," (Lexington Books, 2007) and taught philosophy, literature and arts and ideas at Boston University and at the University of Michigan. She also published a nonfiction book on predatory relationships, called "Dangerous Liaisons" (Rowman & Littlefield Publishing, 2011), which has been translated into Italian under the title “Relazioni Pericolose” (Edizioni Sonda, 2017). She has recently completed a book of reviews of Holocaust memoirs, novels, histories and films.
Interests writing, art, Romanticism, literature, psychology, Holocaust and WWII history
Favorite Movies Intimate Strangers, Talk to Her, The Lives of Others
Favorite Music Amy Winehouse, Adele, Beth Hart, Journey
Favorite Books Lolita, Anna Karenina, Madame Bovary, Memoirs of a Geisha