Press reviews

L’Italo Americano (American biweekly newspaper)

L’Italo Americano (American biweekly newspaper)

Our student Rita Cipalla from Seattle wrote an article about Bologna on L’Italo-Americano, a biweekly publication of the Italian-American community (100,000 readers). Another article on the same newspaper on the 1st of June 2017 about the conference held by Massimo Maracci, Director of our school in collaboration with Professor of Classics at UC Berkeley Lisa Pieraccini. “Secret Bologna five hidden gems in the historic old town”

- 6 February 2020

StudyTravel Magazine – November 2018


L’Italo Americano (American biweekly newspaper)

The article about the lecture “Fondazione della città etrusca – l’esempio di Bologna” held by the director Massimo Maracci at the Istituto Italiano di Cultura of San Francisco

- 1 June 2017

Yoko Shibata blog

Yoko Shibata took part to the conference the Director made at I.I.G. Shibuya in Tokyo and at A.I.G. in Tokyo and wrote two articles on her blog.

- 16 September 2016

La Repubblica (Italian Newspaper)


New York Times (American Newspaper)

The American newspaper talks about the beauty of Bologna. Bologna is a culinary traveler’s delight, but there is plenty worth checking out in the culture and nightlife arenas.

- 30 September 2015

Vanity Fair (English Magazine)

Aftenposten (Norvegian Newspaper)

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Norvegian newspaper, article about “The land of the gluttons”

- 25 April 2015

University of Uppsala

The first Italian “master of languages” in Finland was Antonio Papi (1659 – 1740), a Bolognese scholar

- 21 November 2014

La Repubblica (Italian Newspaper)

The Director of Cultura Italiana, Massimo Maracci, the Professor of Medieval History at Bologna University, Rolando Dondarini, and the Deputy Mayor of Bologna, Matteo Lepore, presented the two books on Bologna written by Mary Tolaro Noyes, an American writer. “Bologna is a seductive city, for its history and beauty but it is the people who live here that bring me back” says Noyes, a guest of Cultura Italiana, an Italian language school for foreigners and where the writer’s Felsinian adventure began twenty years ago.

- 4 November 2014