Professor Alex Liberto was educated in Malta, London and Rome, where he has held senior positions within International Academic Institutions and Universities, and with the International media.
He has been lecturing British and American Literature at the American University of Rome (AUR) since 1987 and has simultaneously held the position of tenure Professor at the Istituto d’Istruzione Superiore Paolo Baffi in Rome where he teaches English Language and Literature.
Professor Liberto is a Published poet and author specialising in academic texts.
His publications include: Days and Ways (a survey of Anglo-American Literature in four volumes), Linking Literature (a literary survey through art, music and cinema in three volumes), Exploring Literature (a critical survey of British and American Literature in Four Volumes), and several poetry anthologies including: The Naked Soul, The World of Verse and Daltonico Fuoco.
Due to his recognised work as a writer and poet, he was honoured with the international award of ‘IL Leone D’Oro’ and was nominated the winner, of the ‘ Premio Salvator Rosa’.
He has been awarded the title of ‘Accademico Corrispondente’ by the ‘Accademia del Mediterraneo’, presided by Principe Alliata di Montereale, and the ‘Certificate of Appreciation’ by the City of Los Angeles, in recognition of his commitment to the International Student Exchange program between Los Angeles and Rome.
Professor Liberto was born in Malta and currently lives and works in Rome.