The letters of the alphabet were invented almost four thousand years ago, in Mesopotamia, to speed up communication: drawing objects to be sold or exchanged wasted precious time for trading. Over the past thirty years, we have been reintroducing pictograms into our writing. This time mainly to express emotions and feelings.
(Ma)donne con la melagrana: nuove narrative per un antico simbolo
"20 years ago, people thought migration wasn’t an issue in South Tyrol"
Conversations between disciplines: interview with linguist Andrea Abel and lawyer Günther Rautz.
Students, entren in classe, ju lutem!
Studio esplorativo sulla didattica plurilingue nelle scuole dell’Alto Adige
"We owe it to the global community”
Conversations between disciplines: interview with lawyer Marc Röggla and Asia expert Günther Cologna.