Membership Options

Overview

The American Association of Teachers of Italian was founded in 1923 to promote the study of Italian language, literature, and culture in schools, colleges and universities in North America.

Some information and benefits:

  • It has approximately 1500 members worldwide.
  • The Association publishes the quarterly journal, Italica, mailed to you.
  • A twice-yearly online newsletter.
  • It sponsors seminars and workshops in the broad area of Italian studies
  • Holds annual meetings, usually in conjunction with ACTFL but also in Italy.
  • Eligible to give papers at our annual meeting.

Benefits

Please allow 24 hours for your membership payment to be processed.

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$50

INSTRUCTOR
FULL-TIME

For any full-time instructor of the Italian language, culture, or history.

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$20

STUDENT

For any student of the Italian language, culture, or history.

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$30

INSTRUCTOR
PART-TIME

For any part-time instructor of the Italian language, culture, or history.

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$60

COUPLE

$30

EMERITUS
$1000
LIFETIME

$350

INSTITUTION

Membership by
Purchase Order
or Check

If your institution or school uses purchase orders, please download and mail in the form from here.

LIBRARIES

Please visit the University of Illinois Press to subscribe to Italica. Print, digital, or both are available.

Testimonials

Membership in AATI connects you with every aspect of the profession, from the teaching of Italian language and culture, K-16, to cutting-edge research on all topics related to transnational and transhistorical Italy through its top-ranked journal Itali ...read more
Clorinda Donato, Ph.D.

Professor of French and Italian
Director, The Clorinda Donato Center for
Global Romance Languages and Translation Studies

AATI offers K-12 teachers the opportunity to attend and collaborate at numerous live and streamed conferences on a variety of interesting topics. Their workshops provide teachers with material that they can then differentiate for their different learni ...read more
Valeria Luppino

Lead Italian Teacher Millburn High School
Advisor of the Italian Club and La Parola Italian Literary Magazine

The AATI consistently supports graduate students teachers and scholars through travel grants and mentorship programs. Each conference offers opportunities to receive focused feedback on their dissertations in progress and to integrate with experienced ...read more
Colleen Ryan
Being an AATI member has given me the opportunity to collaborate with dedicated Italian teachers of all levels. Events like the Annual Conference are perfect for networking and meeting new colleagues from all over the world....read more
Steven LaPeruta

AATI Vice-President K-12
(’24-’26)

Teacher of Italian
Nutley High School

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