Indiana University Bloomington
Department of French and Italian

Alicia Vitti

Alicia Vitti

Lecturer in Italian

Office: Ballantine Hall 614
Office phone: 855-6324
amvitti@indiana.edu

Research Areas

Second language acquisition and foreign language pedagogy, translation, contemporary Italian theater

Education

  • DML, Italian and French, Middlebury College, 2005
  • MA, French Literature, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1995
  • BA, International Relations and French, summa cum laude, Salem College, 1990

Background

Information forthcoming.

Selected Publications

Book Reviews

"Voci: Encounters with Italian" by F. Bosco and N. Glassman, reviewed in Italica Vol.76, no.4 (Winter 1999), 516-18.

"Avanti!Beginning Italian" by Janice M. Aski and Diane Musumeci,reviewed in Italica Vol. 84, no.1 (Spring 2007).

"Il Quadro commune europeo a disposizione della classe: un percorso verso l'eccellenza" by Marco Mezzadri, Guerra edizioni/Soleil: 2004, reviewed in Italica Vol. 87, no.1 (Spring 2010).

Courses

  • M100
  • M150
  • M200
  • M250
  • M491
  • M492

Honors, Fellowships, and Awards

  • Certificate of Excellence in French Phonetics, awarded at the French School, Middlebury College, Summer 2000
  • Director's Prize as best graduate student at Middlebury College (Italian School), Summer 1997
  • President's Award in French, Salem College, 1990
  • Union College Conference for Undergraduate Research 1990. Selected to represent Salem College with a paper on the resurgence of Islam in the Soviet Union