Tag Archives: Museum Studies

The Dirty South – Italian Style

Probably one of the most emotionally fulfilling experiences I’ve had since moving abroad occurred two weeks ago when I visited my father’s first cousin and his family outside of Naples. The last time I saw this side of the family … Continue reading

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55 hours in Rome

One of the great joys of studying in a city in the middle of Italy is the short distance between centralized Tuscany and other parts of the country. For example, the local train between Florence and Venice is just under … Continue reading

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FIRST BREAKDOWN

Well, I am already lying to you. I would consider the first day (paint issue/apartment anxiety/I want my Mommy) freak out a semi-breakdown as it did involve a few hours of excessive sweating and some hyperventilating. I have also had … Continue reading

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La mia famiglia in Prato

So I just finished by first week of classes and have a much better perspective of what this Masters program is all about. This is the first year of the program but it’s been a work in progress for years. … Continue reading

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Ciao amici!

Can you believe it? Everything I’ve criticized about the internet, texting, sexting, spacebook, j date to eliminate, intergalactic messaging via blackberry secret society has gone out the window. It’s blog time baby! The focus of my blog is to document … Continue reading

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