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Italy Today: Between Immigration and Industry-Specific Sectors of Excellence (Annamaria Monaco) Paperback


Italy Today: Between Immigration and Industry-Specific Sectors of Excellence (Annamaria Monaco) Paperback

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Author: Dr. Annamaria Monaco

Annamaria Monaco graduated from the University of Pavia, Alma Ticinensis Universitas, in Lombardy, Italy, where she received a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Italian Literature and Philosophy. Immediately after her graduation, she moved to the United States of America and was admitted into a doctorate program at Stony Brook University, receiving, after completion of her coursework and a dissertation in Neapolitan Dialect, a Doctorate in Foreign Language Education.

She is currently a Full Professor of Italian at Suffolk County Community College, where she also serves as the advisor for the Italian Club and the coordinator and faculty leader of the Summer Study Program in Italy.

Since she immigrated to the United States, Dr. Monaco has always been involved in teaching and promoting Italian language and culture, first as a scholar and then as a valuable instructor. She regularly gives presentations, lectures and workshops on foreign language pedagogy and Italian culture and society. She has published several articles, translations and book reviews.

She has been President of AATI-LI (Association of Teachers of Italian/Long Island Chapter). Dr. Monaco has been coordinating workshops for teachers of Italian throughout Long Island. She also serves as member of the editorial board of the AATI online working papers.

In 2012 Dr. Monaco received the prestigious State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. She was also the recipient of the 2015 Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Award, which recognizes outstanding Italian-American women in education for their significant contributions to their profession and their communities.

Dr. Monaco’s research interests include the study of the changes of Italian society and culture in the last fifty years, immigration to Italy, Italian Cinema, and Italian language teaching materials and methodology.


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