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Daniela D'Eugenio, assistant professor of Italian, will initiate the University of Alabama's five-part seminar series "Comic Relief: Making the Best of Things in the Italian Tradition." D'Eugenio's talk, titled "The Hopeless Tricked and the Clever Trickster from Boccaccio to Basile," will take place via Zoom at 4 p.m. CDT Friday, Sept. 18. For info...

The event, organized by Miami Scientific Italian Community to promote the spread of the Made in Italy researhers’ culture. Leonardo Da Vinci, symbol of the Italian excellence in creativity and innovation: this is the key in understanding the project Leonardo’s Way: The discovery of modern Italian geniuses in US. The USA appreciates and looks more a...

Relatively short for an outsider hitter, Rachel Giustino excelled at collegiate volleyball through a combination of power, finesse and athleticism. In volleyball, being taller does give a player an advantage — something Rachel Giustino readily admits. Height is almost a prerequisite if a female high school player hopes to catch the eye of a major u...

Every student of architecture sooner or later encounters the great Italian Renaissance master Andrea Palladio. They learn of his classical predilections, his interest in symmetry and harmony, his simplified forms and how they determined function. They study his urban palaces and churches, his Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza and, especially, his countrys...

What a special occasion to exchange views on positive trends of scientific and economic relations between Italy and Florida! The Miami Scientific Italian Community was represented by several members of Board of Directors (from the left: Prof. Massimiliano Galeazzi, Secretary; Prof. Alessia Fornoni, Vice President; Hon. Ambassador of Italy in U.S. A...

Il Console Generale d’Italia a Miami Cristiano Musillo ha consegnato nei giorni scorsi l’onorificenza dell’Ordine della Stella d’Italia che il Presidente Mattarella ha conferito a Maria Padovan, fondatrice della Metropolitan International School of Miami. Padovan è stata nominata Cavaliere per il suo contributo alla diffusione della lingua e della...

Gustavus Adolphus College history professor Maddalena Marinari’s new book, Unwanted: Italian and Jewish Mobilization against Restrictive Immigration Laws, 1882-1965, delves into the United States’ often complicated relationship with immigration policy and the effects that those policies have on different ethnic and national groups. Published by the...

Si sposta a Miami in Florida, l’appuntamento annuale con la Conferenza dei Ricercatori Italiani nel Mondo. Organizzata dal CTIM (Comitato Tricolore per gli Italiani nel Mondo), quest’anno in collaborazione con la Miami Scientific Italian Community (MSIC), la conferenza che nelle passate edizioni si è sempre svolta in Texas – prima a Houston e poi,...

On November 21, 2019, a very important date for Venetians, the feast of Madonna della Salute (Our Lady of Health), the Venice Study Abroad Program at Florida Atlantic University was honored with the Program of the Year Award. The Venice program runs for 6 weeks in the city of Venice, between May and June, every year. Students have the chance of stu...

Con la celebrazione della Festa Italiana a Miami, si è aperta ufficialmente la diciannovesima edizione della Settimana della lingua Italiana nel mondo. Il Consolato Generale d’Italia, in collaborazione con l’ente gestore Odli Inc e il Comites di Miami, ha voluto cogliere la splendida cornice della Festa Italiana per dare il via alla settimana della...

The next CELI (Certificate of Italian as a foreign language: https://www.unistrapg.it/en/certification-italian-foreign-language) exam session administered by Florida International University in Miami will take place on November 16, 2019. Applicants must register by October 16, 2019. Please send the application form (https://www.unistrapg.it/sites/d...

A new cooperative partnership with an Italian university is giving Troy University archaeology students a chance to explore one of the world’s most historic areas. TROY students spent this summer working on a historical dig with the University of Pisa, the first in what are planned to become yearly trips to Italy. The partnership came about due to...