President of the 2016 Outstanding Peace Education Luxembourg Award winner and Nobel Prize Peace Nominee Institution Rondine – Cittadella della Pace Franco Vaccari and its Education Director Dr. Blerina Duli are coming to Western to give a talk on “The Rondine Method” on February 8th, 2018 at 4:30pm! This talk will take place in 2N05 Dr. David S. Chu International Student Centre (A&H International Graduates Affairs Building).
Rondine is an NGO that works towards bringing young students from conflict areas around the globe together to build peaceful communication and understanding between different cultures. The event is organized by Rondine Italian Study Abroad Program of Modern Languages and Literatures.
Love to speak Italian? Come and debate contemporary issues while improving your Italian communication skills! Register now for Italian 2220B for this unique opportunity!
The annual MLL Photo Contest is back!
Did you capture an awesome memory with a photo? We want to see it! Send all submissions to UMLL@uwo.ca by January 9, 2018.
For more information, visit: http://www.uwo.ca/modlang/news/photo_contest.html
To see the 2016 winners, visit: https://www.uwo.ca/modlang/news/photo_contest_20162017.html
Free tutoring available for students of Italian every day of the week!
Cari amici e amiche:
We are happy to announce that the Club di Conversazione returns this coming Wednesday (September 20) for another year of exciting meetings and conversations about all things Italian in….Italian.
As in previous years, the Club di Conversazione will be directed by Teresa Aconito. The meetings will take place every Wednesday, 2:30-4, in AHB 3R19.
Everyone is welcome/Siete tutti benvenuti!
Looking for a new Wednesday night escape? (.. to ITALY?)
Look no further!
Movie nights are BACK!
Join us in AHB 2B02 at 7:30pm, starting Wednesday, October 4.
Cineclub italiano presents: Four Movies for Four Cities!
All screenings are FREE!
See you soon!
PhD candidate Andrea Privitera uses role-playing video games to teach Italian Renaissance Epic poetry because he wants to show how Early Modern literature can be just as exciting as modern-day pop culture.