Aliza Wong

Aliza Wong is interim dean of the Honors College at Texas Tech University. She is the director of The Texas Liberator Project: Witness to the Holocaust, a multimedia educational project that includes an app, web resource, book, and museum exhibit, as well as the executive producer and producer of the documentary film, Narratives of Modern Genocide (dir. Hunton, 2019), both generously funded by the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. A two-time Fulbright Award winner, Wong’s academic books include Race and the Nation in Liberal Italy, 1861–1911: Meridionalism, Empire, and Diaspora (2006), The Texas Liberators: Veteran Narratives from WWII (2017), and Spaghetti Westerns: A Viewer’s Guide (2018). She has also published in the online magazine founded by Umberto Eco, Gianni Riotta, and Danco Singer, Golem L'indispensabile.