After a long pause of more than two months, here I am with new Italian lessons. Basically, they are parts of my short thesis for my high school diploma. They are about a broad range of subjects:
Italian Literature: Elio Vittorini, an important novelist, translator and columnist (his life, intellectual development, some notable works, etc.)
Biology: Evolution (Charles Darwin and the Beagle’s expedition, Evolution today, some scientific facts to understand it better, etc.)
History: The mexican revolution
History of Art: the muralist movement in Mexico and the USA in the first half of the 20th century (with a focus on Diego Rivera)
Mathematics: well, nothing too technical, of course! Just the history of computer science (how computers are used in modern mathematics, Alan Turing, John von Neumann, etc.)
In total, 24 lessons. I left out the pictures that accompanied the original version of my short thesis, but I’ll try to add them (perhaps make a google document and put the link in the lessons), as soon as I can. In the meanwhile, enjoy.