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* WWU Global Learning Program: Summer, Italy- A Tuscan Summer of Language and Culture
Siena, Italy (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer
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Program Description:
Siena, Italy: Tuscan Language and Culture. Join Dr. Massimiliano Tomasi from the Department of Modern and Classical Languages for this 10-credit, four-week program including ITAL and INTL courses. Learn the language and cultural traditions that make Siena and the Tuscan region one of the most fascinating places in the world.
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Siena, Italy

ITAL 137A: First Year Italian AND
INTL 305: Art/History Tuscan Art 
10 credits (5 credits each)

Tuscan Language and Culture

August 4 – 24, 2014

Join Dr. Massimiliano Tomasi from the Department of Modern and Classical Languages for this 10-credit, four-week program including ITAL and INTL courses. Learn the language and cultural traditions that make Siena and the Tuscan region one of the most fascinating places in the world.

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Program Details

Join Dr. Massimiliano Tomasi from the Department of Modern and Classical Languages for this 10-credit, four-week program including ITAL and INTL courses. Learn the language and cultural traditions that make Siena and the Tuscan region one of the most fascinating places in the world.

Program highlights:

  • Visit Florence
  • Learn beginning Italian
  • Discover the rich art history and culture of central Italy
  • Visit Pisa and Massa Carrara
  • Visit Pienza, Montalcino, Sant’Antimo and Monteoliveto
  • Explore the Tuscan countryside

Click here to download a detailed, printable itinerary.

ITAL 137A – First Year Italian Course Syllabus
INTL 305 – Art/History Tuscan Art Course Syllabus


 

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Instructor

Massimiliano Tomasi is a Professor of Japanese with Western Washington University Department of Modern and Classical Languages. His areas of expertise are modern Japanese literature and Japanese rhetoric. Tomasi earned his B.A. from the University of Florence, Italy, and his M.A. and Ph.D from Nagoya University in Japan.

Email: Massimiliano.tomasi@wwu.edu
Phone: 360-650-3339
Office Location: MH222C


 

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Cost

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This program is currently not accepting applications.