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Se siete nei paraggi...si parlerà dei libri di Vànvere alla Salisbury University, Stati Uniti

                            Please Join Us
For a seminar on Italian picture books with a guest speaker from Italy!
                             Tuesday, September 16th
                           Wednesday, September 17th
                                5:30 p.m.
               Curriculum Resource Center (TETC 226)

                              Marcella Terrusi

Tuesday, September 16, 5:30 P.M.
Wordlessbooks: Big Picture and Little Pictures-
Discovering Silence, Poetry and Movement in 
Children’s Books’ Pictures.

Wednesday, September 17, 5:30 P.M.
Italian Visions:  Picture Books and a Few Critical Proposals in Education

Marcella Terrusi, PhD is an expert in Children Literature. Terrusi is among other things a Specialized Grant Researcher with the Department of Quality Life at the University of Bologna and an instructor of the History of Picture Books at Isia-Urbino School of Art and Design. She has given lectures around the world including Bologna and Roma (Italy), Cambridge (UK), and New York (while researching at The New School for Art and Design). Over the past ten years she has worked with the Bologna Children’s Book Fair’s Illustrator Cafè, where she annually presents internationally acclaimed authors/illustrators. She is the Past President of the Italian chapter of IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People). Marcella is author of Albi illustrati. Leggere, guardare, nominare il mondo nei libri per l'infanzia, the first Italian monograph on picture books, and co-authored with Giorgia Grilli of the University of Bologna, “A (Visual) Journey to Italy: Bewilderment, Surprise and Wonder in Reading a Silent Book” in Visual Journeys through Wordless Narratives: An international inquiry with immigrant children and The Arrival (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014).