The third edition of the Prize, which this year is dedicated to the theme ‘Dante, the Italian language’.
Thanks to the collaboration between the Italian Cultural Institute of Buenos Aires, the Italian Cultural Institute of Cordoba and the ADILLI (Associación de Docentes e Investigadores de Lengua y Literatura Italiana – Association of Teachers and Researchers of Italian Language and Literature), the Premio per l’Italiano in Argentina competition is being held for the third year in a row, aimed at students of Italian from public universities and teacher training institutes from Argentina.
The prize is connected to the theme of the Week of the Italian Language in the World, which this year is dedicated to Dante. Students will participate with an original work in Italian: the text may be narrative or non-fiction, of a maximum of 1500 words, on the theme ‘Dante, the Italian’. The author of the best entry will win a return flight ticket to Rome, to be used by 2021.
Entries must be sent by e-mail by 5 October 2021 to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org. They must also be accompanied by a brief letter of presentation and motivation from the author and a certificate of attendance from a University or teacher training institute for the current academic year. The email must have as its subject: PREMIO PER LA LINGUA ITALIANA IN ARGENTINA (PRIZE FOR THE ITALIAN LANGUAGE IN ARGENTINA).
For more information, visit iicbuenosaires.esteri.it