Gabriella Colussi-Arthur

Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

Lecturer

Office: Founders College, 235
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 23094
Emailgcolussi@yorku.ca

Gabriella Colussi Arthur's main areas of expertise and publication include teaching Italian language and culture, Italian L2 pedagogy, translation, and Italian-Canadian Studies.

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Gabriella Colussi Arthur, a Founders College Fellow, recently celebrated thirty years at York University and upgraded her academic and professional expertise by completing a doctoral degree in Education with a dissertation titled Methodological Reflections in Italian-Canadian Storytelling. She continues to teach and publish in the areas of Italian language and culture, Italian L2 pedagogy, translation, and Italian-Canadian Studies. Her service record includes Italian Studies Program Coordinator, Multimedia Language Centre Academic Coordinator, Program Director of the Mariano A. Elia Chair in Italian-Canadian Studies, Director of Undergraduate Programs, LL and Associate Dean—Curriculum in the former Faculty of Arts, and Canadian Regional Representative in the American Association of Teachers of Italian. She is co-director of the York University-University of Bologna Immersion Summer School program and currently serves as Vice-President of the Italian-Canadian Archive Project (ICAP).

Area of Specialization

Italian L2, translation, Italian-Canadian Studies

Degrees


Research Interests

Italian L2 pedagogy, Italian-Canadian immigration

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/IT1000 6.0  Elementary Italian LGCL  
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/IT2000 6.0  Intermediate Italian LGCL  


Gabriella Colussi Arthur's main areas of expertise and publication include teaching Italian language and culture, Italian L2 pedagogy, translation, and Italian-Canadian Studies.


Gabriella Colussi Arthur, a Founders College Fellow, recently celebrated thirty years at York University and upgraded her academic and professional expertise by completing a doctoral degree in Education with a dissertation titled Methodological Reflections in Italian-Canadian Storytelling. She continues to teach and publish in the areas of Italian language and culture, Italian L2 pedagogy, translation, and Italian-Canadian Studies. Her service record includes Italian Studies Program Coordinator, Multimedia Language Centre Academic Coordinator, Program Director of the Mariano A. Elia Chair in Italian-Canadian Studies, Director of Undergraduate Programs, LL and Associate Dean—Curriculum in the former Faculty of Arts, and Canadian Regional Representative in the American Association of Teachers of Italian. She is co-director of the York University-University of Bologna Immersion Summer School program and currently serves as Vice-President of the Italian-Canadian Archive Project (ICAP).

Area of Specialization

Italian L2, translation, Italian-Canadian Studies

Degrees

Research Interests:

Italian L2 pedagogy, Italian-Canadian immigration


Teaching:

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/IT1000 6.0  Elementary Italian LGCL  
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/IT2000 6.0  Intermediate Italian LGCL