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2015-16 Events

For the Spring program, click here

Fall 2015

Digital Humanities in Authorea: New Spaces for Publishing on a Shared Free Platform

  • Meeting with Alberto Pepe, co-founder of Authorea (Wed. Sept. 16, 5.30-7.30pm)                 ‌
  • In collaboration with the Feliciano Center

In Other Wor(l)ds: Jhumpa Lahiri on the Italian Language and Culture as a Place of Creative Freedom

Imparando Giocando – Teaching Italian: A Symposium/Workshop for Instructional Materials

  • The 8th Annual Symposium of Teaching Italian (Fri. Oct. 23, 8.30am-4pm)  ‌
  • Organized by the Department of Spanish and Italian and the Coccia Institute for the Italian Experience in America


UNESCO Heritage Sites in Italy: World Records and Local Challenges (On the 70th Anniversary of the Foundation of UNESCO)

Montclair Translates for Milan via Florence at EXPO 2015: Techniques and Technologies for Titling Live Performances (Presentation of the “Titling Voices Across Continents” Project) ‌

  • Workshop (Fri. Dec. 11, 9:30am-12:30pm)

Italian Translation: A Series of Talks With Experts in the Field 

  • In-class presentations (semester-long series)

Spring 2016

Italians in America: Recent Documentaries and Photographs

  • Conversation with documentary filmmakers and a photographer (Mon. Feb. 8, 6.45-8.45pm)
  • Screening of documentary clips and presentation of photo exhibit Good Bye My Love by Michele Petruzziello

Reggio Emilia Approach: The U.S. School System’s Responses to an Italian Educational Philosophy

  • Panel of advocates and practitioners in the field (Tue. March 15, 6.30-8.30pm)

From Ethnic to Multi-Cultural Italian Media in the U.S.  ‌

  • Round table with journalists and historians (Tue. April 12, 6:30-8.30pm)


Surtitling for Opera di Roma and Maggio Fiorentino with Prescott Studio‌‌

  • Student internships in translation and titling (Spring/Summer 2016‌)