I've been carrying studies out, designing workshops and lecturing at the University of Bergamo for some fifteen years. I've recently been called to teach at the University of Trento, too. My stimulus material is available free on the Web. What I've been doing is retraced on LinkedIn.
 
Lectures around ItalyRoberto Peretta, July 2017

with some stimulus material

 
 
 
I've contributed tourism content - guidebooks, photos, reports and papers - to publishers and research centers since the 1980s. As summarized in my curriculum, I've been repeatedly hired for consultancy by the Touring Club of Italy, and worked for Universities, City Councils and professional associations in five Italian regions. My presentations can be found on SlideShare. My papers are mentioned on Academia.edu and ResearchGate.
 
PresentingKIWI, Milano, Via Garofalo 31

on SlideShare

Publishing papers, here...Visinada

on Academia.edu

... and thereMilano-Bergamo train

on ResearchGate

 
 
 
Non-Profit can be perceived as something frustrating, only as long as you don't practice it. I've long been dealing with House Museums. So why not helping their cause? ... or the cause of an organ in the Fiemme Valley? All this I do from my family workshop in Milano.
 
For house museumshttp://casemuseoitalia.it/

Case Museo in Italia

For an organ in Fiemme http://giulianoorganotesero.it

Giuliano per l'organo di Tesero

From a workshop9 Donatello

in Milano, Italy

 
 
 
Milano, or Milan, is my home town, and the place where I live and work. It comes as no surprise that I've delivered tourist information and photographs on Milano since the 1980s. So why not providing short-term accommodation, too? And why not sharing my workshop with the Milan headquarters of the ScriptoriA Translation & Interpreting partnership?
 
A guide for non-residentsMilano. CityLife

CiaoMilano