Tania Convertini

  • Research Assistant Professor

  • Director of the Language Program

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I have been teaching language and culture in the US since 2002, experiencing a variety of different academic settings.  What I find in all language students, beyond their cultural background and their ultimate academic goal, is the desire to engage and to play with new languages.  I have found that bringing to class elements of culture, literature, film, theater and authentic readings, makes the learning experience meaningful and deep.

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Contact

(603 )646-3271
314 Dartmouth Hall
HB 6087

Selected Publications

  • “The Italian Digital Classroom.” NeMLA Journal of Italian Studies XXXIV, Tania Convertini and Simona Wright (eds.), 2018.  Available on the NeMLA website

  • “Il caso Bevilacqua, da cronaca nera a scrittura della memoria: Lettera alla madre sulla felicità, Tu che mi ascolti, Lui che ti tradiva,Italica, 89.4 (2013), 532-545 

  • La difficile partita familiare di un padre e un figlio in “Anche libero va bene” di Kim Rossi Stuart, in Antonio Vitti (ed). Incontri culturali e cinematografici tra due mondi. Pesaro: Metauro (2012), 351-365 

  • “Chi ha paura del buio? La favola Sonora di Rosso come il cielo.NeMla Italian Studies, XXXIV (2012), 109-127 

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