Monthly Archives: January 2010

The Bologna process (1) – Hung out to dry

An ingress of water into my office saturated my press cuttings – so everything has been hung out to dry. One piece, drying between two towels, is an article from The Times Higher Education Supplement, 13 February 1998, reporting on  a forum … Continue reading

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2010 could be breakthrough year for “lettori” in Italian Universities

I am pleased to announce that British politicians are showing strong support for those non-Italian lecturers known as “lettori” still suffering discrimination based on nationality in most of Italy’s universities. The British Foreign Office issued this statement, “Europe Minister Chris … Continue reading

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