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Staff List - CULP Italian Team

Nebojša Radić

Position:

  • Director of CULP
  • CULP Italian Coordinator & Teacher

Contact Information

Telephone: +44 (0)1223(3)335051
Email: nr236@cam.ac.uk

Nebojša Radić

Profile

Nebojša is Director of CULP and responsible for leading and managing the Language Centre's University-wide foreign language programmes as well as a number of courses for various Schools and Departments.
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Cristiana Brown

Position:

  • CULP Italian Teacher

Contact Information

Email: cmsb2@cam.ac.uk

Cristiana Brown

Profile

Cristiana holds a BA in Italian Language and Literature from the University of Genoa, Italy. She is a teacher of Italian for CULP and is also an Affiliated Lecturer at the Department of Italian, Faculty of Modern Languages where she teaches, supervises and examines undergraduate students. She won in 1987 a literary prize from the Istituto Lombardo - Accademia di Scienze e Lettere in Milan. Her teaching experience is wide-ranging and includes also GCSE and A-level teaching as well as language teaching in primary schools and further education.

She is involved in the development of the CULP online learning support material and has co-written learning objects about Machiavelli, Boccaccio and Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. Her particular interests are Italian literature, language teaching methodology and translation.


Maria Contrino

Position:

  • CULP Italian Teacher

Contact Information

Email: mm2287@cam.ac.uk

Maria Contrino

Profile

Maria just started teaching with us and she will let us know more very soon.


Dr Emanuela Davey

Position:

  • CULP Italian Teacher

Contact Information

Email: emd20@cam.ac.uk

Dr Emanuela Davey

Profile

Dr Emanuel Davey completed her studies in Italy, specializing in Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures, with a doctorate thesis on the process of estrangement in Joseph Roth's life and work, in the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, in Milan, where she started lecturing before coming to England. She continued to work in the field of Philology and History of Italian language and grammar while teaching classes for and examining every Italian language paper in the Part I and Part II MML Tripos, and supervising students for most of the colleges in the University of Cambridge. A member of the Modern and Medieval Languages Faculty and an Affiliated Lecturer in the Department of Italian, she is currently Director of Studies in Italian and Modern Greek at Murray Edwards College.

Alongside modern languages and late XIX and XX century literature, her other interests include history of art, theatre and cinema. Apart from being a free-lance translator, she also develops, runs and assesses courses on Italian language and culture for other institutions in the University of Cambridge.