Italian Culture Day at the U

Come check out Italian Culture Day at the  this Friday, November 16 in Anderson Hall, Room 330! Here’s the schedule:

8:00 – 8:50 AM

The History and Culture of FIAT, by Nels Berge, Italian Teaching Specialist

The FIAT 500, by Taras Tarlov, FIAT of Bloomington

9:05 – 9:55 AM

Fun at the Lago del Bosco, by Eric Dregni, Concordia Language Villages

A taste of Rossini and Bellini, by Gina Hanzilk and Elizabeth Windnagel

10:10 – 11:00 AM

CULTURE SHOCK! Panel of students from Italy who are studying at the University of

     Minnesota

Leonardo da Vinci’s Contributions to the Field of Mechanics, by Professor Roberto

     Ballarini, College of Science and Engineering

11:15 AM – 12:05 PM

Leonardo da Vinci’s Contributions to the Field of Mechanics, by Professor Roberto     

     Ballarini, College of Science and Engineering

Italian Deli Meats: Prosciutto, Mortadella, and Salsiccia, by Amy Goetz, FoodE at Lund’s

     Grocery Stores—University and Central Avenues Location (includes samples!)

12:20 – 1:10 PM

Learning Abroad Opportunities in Italy, by Jessica Hartnett, Learning Abroad Center

Italian Deli Meats: Prosciutto, Mortadella, and Salsiccia, by Amy Goetz, FoodE at Lund’s

     Grocery Stores—University and Central Avenues Location (includes samples!)

1:25 – 2:15 PM

Sustainable Food Systems of Sicily, by Professor Michael White, Department of Animal

     Science

From Ancient Rome to Renaissance Florence: Siena on the “French Road”, by

     Professor Susan Noakes, Department of French and Italian

2:30 – 3:20 PM

From Ancient Rome to Renaissance Florence: Siena on the “French Road”, by

     Professor Susan Noakes, Department of French and Italian

The Italian Studies Major and Minor, by Professor Susanna Ferlito, Department of French

     and Italian

Learning Abroad! Panel of U of M Students who studied abroad at the Bologna Consortium

 

Questions? Email Nels Berge at berge043@umn.edu

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