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History of the Italian Language

Lexical and Grammatical Abilities in Deaf Italian Preschoolers: The Role of Duration of Formal Language Experience

RICHARDSON, Brian Frederick (born 1946), Professor of Italian Language, University of Leeds, 1996–2012, now Emeritus

WHITFIELD, John Humphreys (1906 - 1995), Serena Professor of Italian Language and Literature in the University of Birmingham, 1946–74

BUTLER, Arthur John (1844 - 1910), Professor of Italian language and literature, University College, London; Editor, Public Record Office

Writing disorders in Italian aphasic patients. A multiple single-case study of dysgraphia in a language with shallow orthography.

Règlement between France and Italy respecting the Exchange of Language Teachers, signed at Paris/Rome, 5 February/29 May 1912

Review: Studies in Italian History in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Vol. I: Political Thought and the Language of Politics. Art and Politics

GRILLO, Ernesto N. G. (1877 - 1946), First Stevenson Professor of Italian Language and Literature, University of Glasgow, 1925–40; Director of Italian Studies, University of Glasgow, 1910–40; Head of Italian Department, Athenæum Commercial College, Glasgow, 1911–40; Interim Italian Lecturer, University of Edinburgh, 1918–20; Professor of English and German, University of Urbino, 1903–05; Director, Anglo-American Institute, Florence, 1905–09; Italian Examiner to Civil Service Commission, 1912–40; Italian Examiner to Royal Society of Arts, since 1919; Italian Examiner to University of Edinburgh, 1919–25; Interim Italian Consul-General for Scotland, 1921; Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Perugia Summer Sessions, 1927–30; Knight Officer of the Crown of Italy

PRAZ, Mario (1896 - 1982), Professor of English Language and Literature, University of Rome, 1934–66, Professor Emerito, 1966; British Academy Gold Medallist for Anglo-Italian Studies, 1935; Italian Gold Medal, for cultural merits, 1958; national member of the Accademia dei Lincei; Hon. Member, Modern Language Association of America, 1954

A New Language, A New World Italian Immigrants in the United States, 1890–1945. By Nancy C. Carnevale (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2009. 243 pp.)

A New Language, a New World: Italian Immigrants in the United States, 1890–1945. By Nancy C. Carnevale. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2009. xii, 243 pp. $45.00, ISBN 978-0-252-03403-9.)

 

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After the introduction of the alphabet by the Greeks in the 8th cent. bc and its adoption by the native peoples, literacy gradually spread throughout Italy. Epigraphic remains (see epigraphy) provide evidence for a variety of languages down to the 1st cent. bc, when the spread of Latin that accompanied the extension of Roman power throughout the peninsula led to the disappearance of all other tongues (except only Greek), at least in their written form, by the Augustan period.

See etruscan language; latin language.

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