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The Italian Experience

Urbino, Italy ITAL 308: With Denise Caterinacci

A three-week summer study course in Italy which includes travel to important locations and an extended stay at L’Universita` di Urbino Carlo Bo in Urbino, Italy, a city well-known for its cultural and linguistic heritage. This course focuses on language immersion and the processing of cultural experience. It features intense collaboration with Italian student peers and seminars co-taught by Italian faculty. Students meet Mondays through Fridays in a formal setting for advanced language study designed to improve proficiency in speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Visits to museums, galleries, and cultural events are included. Prerequisite: ITAL 202 or permission. For more information, contact denise.caterinacci@case.edu, 216-368-2374.

Estimated cost: TBA includes room, two meals per day, airport transfers, activities. Tuition and airfare extra.

For more information, contact denise.caterinacci@case.edu, 216-368-2374

Denise Caterinacci has taught Italian language courses at Case Western Reserve University since 1989. Previously, she consulted with multi-national corporations, preparing executives with language and culture orientation for extended periods of relocation. Her Italian roots are in both the Veneto and Abruzzo regions.

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