Title/s: Internship Coordinator and Professor
Born in Pisa (Tuscany), Nadia Cristiani has lived in Rome since 2001 where she taught Italian language classes at different levels with several American programs, including Cornell University, Rhode Island School of Design, University of Washington, De Paul University, Dartmouth College, Michigan State University, as well as the American Academy in Roma. She earned her Master’ degree cum laude in Italian Studies from the University of Bologna and her certificate for teaching Italian to foreigners from the Dilit IH in Rome. Her native language is Italian and she is fluent in English. She teaches Italian Language and Culture for some American Universities in Rome where she is involved in syllabi development and tests. She is also the Internship Coordinator at the John Felice Rome Center.