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Daniela Cavallero

Daniela Cavallero received a Laurea in Lingue e Letterature Straniere from the Università degli Studi di Pavia (Italy) and a Master in Italian from the University of Chicago. In addition she holds a DITALS certification from the Università per Stranieri di Siena. Her interests include Italian language pedagogy, Renaissance women poets, women and gender studies, and cross-cultural studies. Daniela is very active in the Chicago community and the profession; she is the founder and president of the private language school Sentieri italiani and a reader for the AP Italian Language and Culture Exam. At DePaul Daniela teaches Italian language and culture at all levels, the CILS examination preparation course, and a popular course on Italian American culture in the First Year Program.

Recent publications

“Insegnare la lingua, insegnare la cultura”, Supplemento Stati Uniti/Canada a In.IT. Quadrimestrale di servizio per gli insegnanti di di italiano come lingua straniera, 23 (Spring 2009)

“Liliana e Zamira: due riflessi dell’Altro. Quer Pasticciaccio brutto de’ via Merulana visto attraverso le donne”. RLA, VII (1996)

“IO e LEI: una Donna e Cosima. Due esempi di autobiografia al femminile”, RLA, V (1994)