Professor of Comparative Literature, Professor of Classics, Brown University
Joe Pucci brings a perspective on leadership steeped in the study of history and literature. To cultivate effective leaders for the future, Pucci draws on the past to gain an understanding of the forces and characteristics that make great leaders. In his course, students examine what historical and literary figures teach us about leadership, and the power of language and meaning in society and organizations.
Pucci joined the faculty at Brown in 1989 and was named one of the nation’s top 300 professors by the Princeton Review. His areas of academic expertise include the American Presidency, biography, comparative literary history, Latin and antiquity, and the western tradition. At Brown, Pucci has served as associate dean of the faculty and chair of the Department of Classics. He has published four books and nearly 70 articles, book chapters, and book reviews.
PhD, Comparative Literature, University of Chicago
MA, Medieval History, University of Chicago
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