lunedì 19 gennaio 2009


Questo messaggio è stato messo in rete da Dominic Candeloro, H-Itam editor dell'American Italian Historical Association.
Facciamo la medesima cosa qualora possa interessare a qualche nostro lettore canadese.

This is an update of a message I circulate periodically. My wife and I try to make our research home in Lucca, Italy available for other academics when we are not using it ourselves. With that in mind, we thought it might be useful to post the following information:

We seek renters for our child friendly recently renovated apartment in Lucca, Italy. Our home has 880 square feet inside and a 400-square-foot terrace with excellent vistas. There are two bedrooms and a studio with sofa bed, plus a spacious kitchen/living room and bathroom. We are ideally equipped for research (high-speed internet, satellite tv, fax, voltage transformers, etc.). We have air conditioning and heating, dishwasher and washing machine. Our tenants are entitled to a 10% discount on Italian language courses. The apartment will next be available from mid August 2009 to mid June 2010.

We seek long-term renters, though we will entertain requests for shorter term rentals, particularly in the summer and spring, in case a longer term rental does not materialize. We do not rent for periods of less than two weeks. For more information and photos, see: Email contacts: Frank Burke at, Annette Burfoot at

Sincerely yours,
Frank Burke
Frank Burke, PhD
Professor, Department of Film and Media
Queen's University
Kingston, ON Canada K7L 3N6
Tel: 613 533-2178
Fax: 613 533-2063

In Italy:

Viale Castracani, 282
Lucca, Italia 55100
Tel: (011 39) 0583 49 17 73
Cell: (011 39) 334 711 3261

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