Open Access Policy:
President Dr Anita Virga (Wits)
Vice President Dr Giovanna Sansalvadore (UNISA)
Hon. Treasurer Mrs Alida Poeti
Hon. Secretary Mr Christopher Fotheringham (Wits)
Editorial Committee Prof. Anna Meda (UNISA)
Members’ Representative Dott. Enrico Trabattoni (Educational Director, Consulate General of Italy, Johannesburg)
Dr Giovanna Sansalvadore (UNISA) / Ms Federica Belusci (UKZN)
Ass. Prof. Giona Tuccini (UCT)
Mrs Alida Poeti
Dr Anita Virga (Wits)
Dott. Enrico Trabattoni (Educational Director, Consulate General of Italy, Johannesburg)
The purpose of A.P.I. (Association of Professional Italianists/Associazione Professori d’Italiano), established in 1981, is to promote cultural exchanges and discussions on didactic and literary topics concerning the preservation and teaching of the Italian language and literature in Southern Africa both at school and university level, and to keep abreast with international developments in this field.
Congresses and Round Tables alternate every second year at various universities and cultural associations where Italian is taught. All teachers and students of Italian, as well as anybody interested in Italian culture are invited to participate.
Membership fees are as follows:
R250 (Ordinary members)
US $50 (Ordinary members)
US $25 (Students)
US $60 (Institutions)
Membership fees include subscription to this journal and are payable by the 28th February.
All enquiries about the Association and applications for membership and remittances should be sent to The Hon. Treasurer, Mrs A. Poeti, e‑mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To contact the association write to email@example.com.
1. End of printed version
The present issue marks the end of the printed version of Studi d’italianistica nell’Africa australe/Italian Studies in Southern Africa (ISSN 1012-2338). The journal will still appear regularly online on the AJOL platform and in its new website: http://italianstudiesinsa.org/
2. Open Access
As from 2018 the online version of the journal (e-ISSN 2225-7039) will be Open Access under the international licensing Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 (CC BY-NC-ND) with a two-year embargo on all articles. Issues and single articles under embargo will still be available respectively on subscription or for a fee.
print ISSN: 1012-2338