What is Parola del Giorno?
Parola del Giorno is an Italian language newsletter that shares tips on Italian grammar and growing your Italian vocabulary by sharing with our readers unique words and expressions. We also feature posts on traveling to Italy, Italian cultural events, and other artistic, literary, and musical phenomenon.
I have been publishing the web site www.paroladelgiorno.com since 2005 and the web site has also published a number of language guides. Several co-authors and collaborators have helped in the realization of this project over the years.
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Who we are
Keith Preble founded Parola del Giorno in 2005. He holds a PhD in political science from the University at Albany, SUNY. He does research on economic sanctions, economic statecraft, US foreign policy and foreign policy analysis, and European politics. Keith spent several years living in Italy while attending St. John’s University in Rome, where he earned a Master of Arts in government and politics in 2015. He also has a Masters in Public Administration and Policy from Northwestern University, which he earned in 2017. He received in Bachelor of Arts in 2003 from the University of Melbourne, where he majored in classics and art history.
Daniele Laudadio joined Parola del Giorno in 2014 and has been providing phrases for the daily words, often suggests themes and words to use, provided voice-overs for our daily examples profiled on the site. Daniele is also the co-author for Il vero italiano 2: Practice Makers Perfect and Piccole Guide: Preposizioni (both of which can be purchased from Lulu.com). He has Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts from Università di Roma “La Sapienza” in linguistics and translation and speaks Italian, Spanish, and English fluently. He is a PhD candidate in Italian Studies at the University of Toronto.
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