Universita` degli Studi di Pisa- Italy (Roman History)
University of Alberta (PhD)
I am an Italian native with a background in Roman Archaeology and many years of experience teaching both Latin and Italian languages at all levels. My degrees include a Laurea in Roman History at Universita` degli Studi di Pisa (Italy) and four years towards a Ph.D.( A.B.D.) in Roman Archaeology from University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. I currently hold the position of Adjunct Professor of Italian at a State University and at a College, and I enjoy my work very much. My students range from teenagers attending Middle/High School to adults who desire to cultivate their passion towards foreign languages. Some of my more recent previous Academic experiences include teaching at Cornell University, Colgate, Syracuse University and Uconn in Storrs. I especially love private tutoring for the one-on-one interaction.
I am an Italian native with a background in Roman Archaeology and many years of experience teaching both Latin and Italian languages at all levels. My degrees include a
Reviewed Italian words adopted by American English. We discussed similar and dissimilar meanings of the words, as well as how these words are pronounced. From the moment you walk in, the lesson begins, which extends far beyond learning the Italian language.
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I am a native speaker and currently a Professor of Italian at Western CT State University and Purchase College. I have been teaching at College level since I graduated from Universita` di Pisa, Italy. Previous institutions include University of Alberta (where I had my graduate studies in Roman Archaeology), Cornell University, Colgate University, Syracuse University, Hamilton College, St.Joseph College, and UConn in Storrs.
As a Roman Archaeologist, Latin has been my primary tool for research. I have many years of teaching experience in prestigious institutions such as University of Alberta, Syracuse University, St.Joseph College and University of CT (Storrs). I was also faculty at the private school Choate Rosemary Hall, CT.