Among the free apps available for Android devices on Google Play and iOS on App Store comes italiAmo, an Italian culture and language course (level A1 level) to discover the beauty of Italy and to promote the excellence of Made in Italy. The app created by MAECI (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation) in collaboration with IED-European Institute of Design and Ovosodo.
Tra le app gratuite per dispositivi Android su Google Play e iOS su App Store arriva italiAmo, un corso di lingua e cultura italiana di livello A1 per imparare le basi dell’italiano, scoprire le bellezze del nostro paese e promuovere le eccellenze del Made in Italy. L’app e' realizzata dal MAECI in collaborazione con IED e ovosodo.
A group of Italian language experts gathered at Montclair State University in New Jersey to discuss prospects regarding the study of the language and how it fares against the study of other languages. Guest speakers included Dennis Looney of the Modern Language Association, David Ward of Wellesley College, and Lucia Pasqualini from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Rome.
Montclair University will host a conversation with the likes of Consul Francesco Genuardi and Lucia Pasqualini on the current state of the Italian language in order to foster interest in a structured and sustainable way. Discover a taste of the upcoming event's discussion through our interview with Associate Professor and Inserra Chair Dr. Teresa Fiore.
Federica Marchionni, honorees of the 2016 Columbus Day Parade
An honoree of the Columbus Citizens Foundation for 2016, Federica Marchionni is the CEO of the clothing retailer Lands’ End and has previously served as President of Dolce & Gabbana USA. Here her friend and former Vice Consul in New York describes some unique traits of her personality.
With Michael White, Head Chef and Owner of the Altamarea Group.
Musings on how much non-natives with a robust knowledge of the culture and language can help promote the lifestyle, riches, and beauty of Italy all over the world.
What struck me most about Patrizia, from the very first time I met her, was her natural curiosity for unknown situations. I was impressed by her open- mindedness, she was open to diversity as only a true citizen of the world can be.