‘I have cold!’ A language biography from South Tirol.

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 30 Sep 2017

CaféBabel, March 21st, 2017

South Tirol is situated in Italy and has a German and an Italian speaking population, but doesn’t have a bilingual school system. Stefan K, a 21-year-old physics student from Brixen, the main village of the South Tirolian Eisack village in Italy, talks about his experiences living between multilingualism and “language apartheid” on the cultural border between Germany and the Belpaese. Read more...>>>