Istituto cultura italiana (NGO)

Non-profit organization operating in the linguistic and literary field, active in Tbilisi, Georgia


Teachers

Here are the teachers and other members of our organization and school. If you wish to arrange a meeting with one of them, or to directly book a lesson, just choose the one you feel more appropriate to you and let's go!


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Eleonora Febbe
Eleonora Febbe Eleonora Febbe has a degree in Applied Interlinguistic Communication from University of Trieste, a Master in Russian Studies from University College London and a Master degree in Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe (MIREES, joint diploma from the University of Bologna and Saint-Petersburg State University). She has completed internships at the Italian Embassy to Kazakhstan and at “Istituto Affari Internazionali”, a think-tank based in Rome. Eleonora taught Italian in a secondary school in London as part of a volunteering project and has taken part in summer schools in Georgia, Romania and Bulgaria organized by the “Centre International de Formation Européenne”. She speaks English, French and Russian, in addition to her native Italian. She is a contributor for the online magazines “Affarinternazionali.it” and “Eastjournal.net”.

Taught languages
  • Italian intermediate advanced
Claudia Palazzo
Claudia Palazzo Claudia Palazzo holds a bachelor degree in Sociology from University of Trento and a diploma in International Politics at ISPI (Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale, Milan). She has been intern at CSSEO (Centro Studi sulla Storia dell'Europa Orientale, Trento) and has delivered speeches on Eastern Europe at many conferences, including at Columbia University, Università Ca' Foscari, Al Farabi University, AUCA (American University of Central Asia, AUCA), and more. Claudia has participated in European training courses and youth exchanges in Romania, Lithuania, Turkey and Azerbaijan. She speaks English, German, French and Russian, besides being Italian mother tongue. Among other publications, she is the author of the book “Morte del piccolo principe e altre vendette” published by “Il Palindromo” (2016).

Taught languages
  • Italian intermediate advanced
Manana Jokharidze
Manana Jokharidze Manana Jokharidze has a degree in Management of cultural tourism (2009, Theater and Film University, in Tbilisi) followed by a specialization course as tour guide, as well as a curriculum in the Italian language studies. She has attended courses of Italian language from 2012 to 2014 at Dante Alighieri Society; from 2014 to 2016 at NGO “Minerva” (still in Tbilisi) and in the same period she obtained a scholarship for an intensive course of Italian at “Villa Feltrinelli”, in Gargnano del Garda (an initiative by University of Milan). In 2016 she worked as operator and assistant at National Screening Center, and in 2018 she carried out an internship at National Archives of Georgia. Besides her expertise in Italian language and culture, Manana has a vocation for youth and childhood education.

Taught languages
  • Italian elementary
 

 
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