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Italian Studies Research Guide: Getting Started

Italian Studies Research Guide


Hello and welcome to the Woodruff Library's Italian Literature and Language Research Guide.  The guide is designed to encourage scholarship as well as to offer resources for students in French language and literature courses. Be sure to reference the Italian Studies Department Homepage for useful departmental information

Faculty Publications

Italian Studies Department Resources


I.V.C. (Italian Virtual Class) is a groundbreaking aproach to language acquisition for use at colleges at universities. The program includes three volumes of interactive learning featuring video interviews with native Italian speakers, interactive online exercises, PDF chapter downloads, itunes listening sessions, travel photo exercises, "Life in Italy" videos, and specially trained professors. As a student in this program, you will find yourself immersed in a multi-faceted approach to language learning.

 Italian Studies on iTunes connects the Emory community with the world. Download courses, speeches, lectures, music, news and more; play the audio and/or video files on your computer, iPod or any other MP3 player.

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Phil MacLeod
Philip S. MacLeod

Bibliographer for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Luso-Hispanic Studies,and Comparative Literature

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