Guido received his BA and his Master of Modern Philology at the University of Siena, after which he went on to receive his PhD from the School of Comparative Literature of the University Paris 3, Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris Sorbonne Cité). He also holds a MAS in Literature and Aesthetics, as well as two graduate degrees in Media Literacy and Jewish Studies. Before returning to Paris 3 as Associate Professor in Comparative Literature & Migration Studies (Maître de conférences), he worked for Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD), the Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah (Paris), the Swiss International School of Paris and Dijon (where he supervised the Division of French and Italian) and Durham University (Institute for Medical Humanities/School of Modern Languages and Cultures). One of his current research projects is about the possibility of using dreams to come to terms with various kind of concentrationary experiences.Pr