Prof. Applauso is honored to be involved in a virtual forum with distinguished Dante Scholars Deborah Parker (University of Virginia) and Catherine Adoyo (George Washington University) hosted by the Dean of the Calandra Italian American Institute (Queens College NY), Anthony Tamburri about diversity in Italian Studies. You can read here a summary of our discussion from La Voce di New York Newspaper (it's in Italian language):www.lavocedinewyork.com/arts/2021/07/13/la-diversita-nello-studio-degli-italiani-con-il-calandra-italian-american-institute/?fbclid=IwAR1OWlji1FdjoilJQVhhV0m1eLq5-VDqqQOR6JiQ533-mWXVGUt2rASlr1w
Very busy summer! We have an amazing group of new beginning Italian students (among them we have three couples who will soon be traveling to Italy!). This is the first beginning in-person class after the pandemic! We are almost SOLD OUT!
We are also offering PRIVATE CLASSES FOR FAMILIES IN OUR CENTER. We have a family of six who is moving to Italy in a month and are in need to learn Italian! They are doing some great progress in learning the basic of Italian conversation, culture and etiquette! Here are all of us in action practicing and playing fun Italian games and making ITALIAN BREAD to reinforce speaking and writing and reading in Italian!
Here below is a picture of an Individual class for a student in need to perfect reading and speaking abilities at the advanced level
We continue to offer Italian lessons also ONLINE! Here is the latest picture of our intermediate Italian class! Very proud of our students and grateful to have such a great instructor: Prof.ssa Vivivana!
The Beginning Italian 104 is SOLD OUT! Here is the latest picture of our students
JUST AIRED TODAY! Honored to be with fellow dantista Inga Pierson presenting the Canto 14 from Dante's Purgatorio for the Canto per Canto podcast created by the Dante Society of America....I hope you'll like the song at the very end!
After a whole year we are so excited to be back to in-person teaching this week! We had our Italian cinema discussion at our center and students brought some delicious food to share (and lots of good vino!) Grazie mille! We are looking forward to start some new classes soon!
Prof. Applauso is happy to share an educational video about the birthday of the Italian Republic. This year is particularly important as it marks the 75th anniversary of the Italian Republic. With this short video you’ll learn the details for this important celebration! Buona festa della repubblica: CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE VIDEO.
Happy Birthday Repubblica italiana! Today is the 75th anniversary of the Italian Republic. On June 2nd, 1946 women first voted on a national election in Italy and their votes were crucial. This was the first referendum in Italian history. 12,718,641 votes 'for' the Repubblica (54 %) and 10,718,502 votes for Monrchia (45 %)… Here are the 2 options on that historic day
Prof. Applauso is honored to be part of this valuable and much needed work! CONGRATULATION to Emerita prof. Julia Holloway for her groundbreaking summa of Dante's teacher Brunetto Latini, which will be presented today the Laurenziana Library in Florence, and tomorrow, at the Accademia della Crusca (the most important research institution of the Italian language, and the oldest linguistic academy in the world).!😃
New lesson from Prof. Applauso on our channel: What is the difference between BENE and BUONO? Also BUONO vs. BRAVO! A surprise at the end (il bene vs. IL MALE!)Check it out: https://youtu.be/GKqg5j9Qddg
Our virtual Italian cinema class is a lot of fun with viewing and discussion of recent and hilarious Italian comedies centered on love, friendship, family relations, political satire and MUCH MORE! If you are interested to join email us at email@example.com
How to order at the Italian bar? Check out our newest video from our channel! You will also learn how to use the indefinite article uno, un, una and un'! A lesson for beginning Italian students! Click here below https://youtu.be/gEgtkdHJ8h4