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Monthly Archives: June, 2012

Memory

Luigi Meneghello and Italian at the University of Reading by Chris Wagstaff (University of Reading) The Professor of Italian Studies at the University of Reading began publishing novels in 1963 … Continue reading

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Academia

 How language conveys discrimination: a conversation with Federico Faloppa (University of Reading) One of the key points of your research is that language, far from being a set of neutral … Continue reading

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Critic’s corner

BookIdea Anna Cento Bull and Paul Corner, From peasant to entrepreneur: the survival of the family economy in Italy, Oxford: Berg, 1993 by Gian Paolo Ghirardini  “Anyone looking through the … Continue reading

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Voices

Being a PhD student in the UK by Valentina Ciciliot (University of Reading) My PhD experience at the University of Reading: a period of my life I enjoyed, and which … Continue reading

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