Giovanni Miglianti holds a Laurea in Lettere from the University of Udine and an MPhil in European Literature and Culture from the University of Cambridge (Gonville and Caius College). His main research interests lie in Italian literature and cultural history of the 20th century, with a particular focus on Primo Levi, representations of the Holocaust, antifascist exiles in the United States, and Italian dialect poetry. At Yale University, he is the co-organizer of the Memory Studies in Modern Europe working group and a member of the committee for the Annual Festival of New Italian Cinema.
ITAL110a, Elementary Italian I
A beginning course with extensive practice in speaking, reading, writing, and listening and a thorough introduction to Italian grammar. Activities include group and pairs work, role-playing, and conversation. Introduction to Italian culture through readings and films.
Conducted in Italian. Credit only on completion of ITAL 120.
Enrollment is managed through Preference Selection.