The Center for Italian Studies, school of language literature and Italian Culture
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The Center for Italian Studies has been founded with the idea of spreading the knowledge and the appreciation of the Italian language and culture outside the boundaries of the academic institution, at reasonable costs, in a pleasant atmosphere.

The program with its numerous non-credit courses is designed to bring students closer to the many aspects of the unique and rich culture of Italy, that has deeply contributed throughout the centuries to the development of the western civilization with its language, its literature, its art, its music, its design. In order to promote the Italian Culture The Center for Italian Studies organizes monthly conferences on literary topics, and film forum nights followed by group discussions opened to the public. It is possible to become a member of The Center by contributing with a minimum annual fee. People interested in the Cultural Meetings at The Center should call the school and ask for details on special events and on seating availability.
The Center for Italian Studies is directed by Rossana Fenu Barbera, Ph.D. in Italian Literature (Johns Hopkins University, 1998). A native Italian, Dr. Barbera is a resident of Baltimore since 1987.

The Center for Italian Studies started its courses for the first time September 1st 2004 and since then has gradually developed its classes, the programs, and the students' enrollment and participation.
Classrooms are spacious and bright, equipped with television, VCR, and overhead projectors. Located in the Roland Park area The Center for Italian Studies is located inside the beautiful campus of The Bryn Mawr School.

The Center for Italian Studies is on the 2 floor of a nice stone building and ample free parking space is available.

The Center For Italian Studies
School of Language Literature and Culture
The Bryn Mawr School
109 W. Melrose Ave. Baltimore, Md. 21210
tel. 410-484-0066
Copyright by Rossana Barbera 2010. All Right Reserved