Tracing regional linguistic heritage in first and second generation Italian trilinguals in Australia

Principal investigators

(in alphabetical order) 

Cinzia Avesani

Senior Researcher
Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Tecnologies (ISTC), National Research Council (CNR), Padova, Italy

 

Catherine Best

Chair in Psycholinguistic Research
MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development, Western Sydney University, Australia
Senior Scientist, Haskins Laboratories, New Haven CT, USA
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Bruno di Biase

Adjunct Professor
School of Humanities & Communication Arts, Western Sydney University, Australia
Federation of Italian Migrant Workers and their Families (FILEF), Sydney, Australia

 

Vincenzo Galatà

Post-doctoral research fellow, Faculty of Education, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
Associate researcher, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Tecnologies (ISTC), National Research Council (CNR), Padova, Italy
2017 Endeavour Research Fellow 
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Mario Vayra

Associate Professor, Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna, Italy
Associate researcher, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Tecnologies (ISTC), National Research Council (CNR), Padova, Italy

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Creative Commons License The content published on the Italian Roots In Australian Soil (IRIAS) website by Galatà, V., Avesani, C., Best, C., Di Biase, B. & Vayra, M. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
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Please cite as: Galatà, V., Avesani, C., Best, C., Di Biase, B. and Vayra, M. (2017). Italian Roots In Australian Soil (IRIAS). [online] Available at: http://irias.filefaustralia.org/

Grazie

We are grateful for assistance from the following organisations and people, without whom this project would not be possible: FILEF, CoAsIt Sydney, ItSoWel Wollongong, Italo-Australian Club Canberra, Sydney's emigrants' associations from Belluno, Rovigo and Treviso, “La Fiamma” bi-weekly newspaper and all the participants who took part in the project.

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