Born in Milan, Italy, Daniele comes from a family of writers. His father, Franco Bolelli, is one of the most influential modern Italian philosophers. His mother, Gloria Mattioni, is the author of four books and a freelance journalist.
Daniele regularly teaches at several colleges and universities in Southern California. Unlike most scholars who tend to specialize in one particular field of knowledge, Bolelli adopts a “renaissance” man-approach to teaching that has led him to lecture for diverse departments including History, Social Sciences, American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies, and World Arts and Cultures. Has also trained in several styles of martial arts including kung fu san soo, taijiquan, baguazhang, xingyiquan, shuai jiao, submission wrestling, Brazilian jiujitsu, boxing, and judo.
Daniele holds a B.A. in Anthropology, and continued his graduate work at UCLA (in American Indian Studies), CSULB (History) and Cardiff University (History), and is a fifth degree black belt in kung fu san soo.
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