There is a wide variety of courses in the French and Italian Department. Please browse our full catalog of courses as well as the list of courses being offered this and next semesters.
- ITAL 413
An interpretation of Dante's Divine Comedy with special attention to its position in the medieval world; a knowledge of Italian not required.
- ITAL 510
This seminar explores the boundaries between humans and animals in the medieval world and beyond.
- ITAL 310
Study of the structure of modern Italian in both its phonological and syntactic aspects for the student who already has a functional command of the language, with an emphasis on developing ability to analyze and interpret grammatical structures.
- FR 212
Introduction to concepts of and debates on French national identity. Materials are drawn from a multiplicity of media and from many spheres of modern life in France: political, artistic, the everyday, etc.
- FR 324
Explores relationships between French literature and such fields as art, architecture, and music. Topics will vary.
- ITAL 240
The development of Medieval Italian civilization in a literary context from the Sicilian School of love poetry to the early Renaissance in Florence; lectures and readings are in English.
- FR 418
Introduction to political, judicial, linguistic, and cultural issues concerning indigenous and migrant/immigrant languages in the countries of the European Union.