Nicoletta Peluffo serves as coordinator for the College of the Arts & Sciences and Italian Language at Kent State University, Florence Center, where she also teaches Italian language and culture. She has been working for Kent State University Florence Center for 15 years, contributing in the development of the Italian language program, Internships Program for EHHS (she has served as EHHS local coordinator until 2016), and the Exchange Program with Italian schools. She earned her B.A. and M.A. in Modern Languages and Literature at IULM (University of Language and Communication) in Milan and her diploma as Interpreter and Translator at Scuola Interpreti in Florence. In 2004 she earned her certificate for Teaching Italian as a Second Language (Ditals) from the University of Siena. In 2010 she earned her Second Level Master degree in Teaching Italian as a Second/Foreign Language from the University Ca’ Foscari in Venice. Actually, she is Ph.D. candidate at IULM: her final dissertation focuses on transmedia narrative and parody in the novel The Adventures of Pinocchio. Her publications and lectures focus on transmediality, narratology and language teaching.