Julia Claire Pucci and Matthew Christopher Dudley ended up married March 14 at the residence of the bride’s mothers and fathers in Drinking water Mill, N.Y. Rabbi Laurie Gold officiated.
The few achieved at Yale, from which the bride, 28, graduated and is currently researching for a Ph.D. in Italian language and literature. The groom, 27, is pursuing a Ph.D. in historical past there.
The bride also received two other degrees from Yale, a Master of Arts and a Grasp of Philosophy, both in Italian language and literature, and the groom holds an M.A. in European and Russian Studies, also from Yale. The bride’s doctoral work focuses on testimony, historiography, and storytelling in postwar Italy. The groom’s study explores language and id in the early, modern Mediterranean.
The bride is the daughter of Linda M. Pucci and Edward L. Pucci of Drinking water Mill, N.Y. Her mom and dad own Drinking water Mill Masonry, a development company whose structures are mainly during Suffolk County.
The groom graduated from St. Lawrence University in 2014, right after which he served as a International Academic Fellow at N.Y.U. Abu-Dhabi.
He is the son of Jill M. Dudley and William A. Dudley of Manlius, N.Y. The groom’s mother is a social employee at the Salvation Military in Syracuse, N.Y. His father, who goes by Andrew, functions as an accountant in personal apply in Norwich, N.Y.
The pair achieved in 2016 in the Romance Language Lounge at Yale.