When: Saturday, October 21, 2017 From 8:00 am To 7:00 pm -  Where: Department of Italian, Georgetown University, 37th & O Streets NW, Washington, DC 20057 Join us on October 21, at Georgetown University, for the third iteration of the Italian Language and Culture Conference which this year focuses the discussion on pedagogical innovations to increa...

When: Monday, October 16, 2017 From 6:00 pm To 8:00 pm - Where: Italian Cultural Institute of New York - Organized by : ICI In collaboration with : IACE - Entrance : Free. Book now! Meeting on the teaching and learning of the Italian language organized by IACE (organizer of Italian courses in schools and at the Institute), with examples of language...

When: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 At 7:30 pm - Where: Embassy of Italy - Organized by : Italian Cultural Institute - Entrance : Free Italian cinema relinquished Italian literary language back to the shelf. Its role as a guardian of the language was handed to television, where Italian films in which dialect is prominent are still excluded from program...

Teaching Italian. A Symposium/Workshops for Instructional Materials. Meeting X: "Made in Italy" as a Tool for Language Learning. Friday, October 20, 2017. 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. University Hall - Montclair State University - Montclair, New Jersey "Made in Italy, un percorso tra italianismi e Italian sounding" - Riccardo Giumelli, Università di Vero...

The language of love it may be, but the passion we associate with Italian also makes for its fair share of arguments. For those who think a healthy debate is the best way to sort out differences, you're likely to fit right into the Italian culture of speaking your mind. And with its complex bureaucracy, sometimes arguing is the only way to get thin...

We previously said that Italians really like to use food in their expressions, but what about body parts? For instance, the eyes are a big hit when trying to create metaphors or different expressions as well. You can easily hear conversations like “Luca is the light of my eyes!” “Oh Chiara, occhio! As soon as he gave you sweet eyes, you were lost,”...

The Italian Language Program is looking for Italian teachers for Bethesda, MD, D.C. and Virginia locations. We are also looking for assistants, interns, university students or high school students in need of SSL hours, who want to experience teaching or marketing/communication/event related jobs.Please find details on our webpage http://www.italian...

To the people of physically and spiritually impoverished Gagliano in the Basilicata, it seemed that Christ Stopped at Eboli, Carlo Levi wrote in his classic eponymous memoir, and it can feel the same for those seeking Italian culture outside of New York City. Italian-American social and cultural associations abound in the Tri-State area, to be sure...

Many wonderful things take place at Italian Fest – sometimes behind the scenes.  This year, the Matt Melucci Italian Studies Fund Committee at SIUE, working with the Italian American Club of Southwestern Illinois, invites you to contribute to their special cause – helping to finance Italian language student study in Italy.  Your contribution to the...

On the occasion of the “17th Week of Italian Language in the World”, the Embassy of Italy is pleased to announce a Video Contest for students of Italian language in the United States. The Week of the Italian Language in the World is an event promoted yearly by the cultural and diplomatic network in the third week of October under the High Patronage...