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French Club Film - September 27

Le mercredi 27 septemre - 5-7pm Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis (2008) In French, with English subtitles Philippe Abrams is a post office manager in picturesque Salon-de-Provence who, to please his depressed wife Julie, tries to scam his superiors into transferring him a bit farther south to the Cote d’Azur. When... Read more »
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DANTE & DANCE - September 21

Sept. 18, 2017

Paula and Francesca: P&F 2017 September 21 5:00 PM CU ART MUSEUM A collaborative process between THDN Associate professor Erika Randall, Adjunct Faculty Megan Odom and Associate Professor Suzanne Magnanini, this installation melds text, dance, and a visual mapping of our creative process (including a print of Audubon’s secretive Black-billed... Read more »
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The Politics of Space in French Cinema

Friday, September 22 4:30 PM HUMN 125 A talk by: Ludovic Cortade In this talk, we will be casting a light on how politics has been shaping the history of French film. We will discuss how the staging of space, including cities and rural areas, has been intersecting with the... Read more »

(Re)activism: Artists and Academics as Political Agents

Sept. 5, 2017

Graduate Student Converence O ctober 6-7, 2017 Wolf Law Building at the University of Colorado Boulder Keynote speaker: Dr. Frieda Ekotto of the University of Michigan Hosted by the Department of French & Italian at the University of Colorado Boulder Call for papers Art is necessarily in conversation with the... Read more »
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Priscilla Craven wins 2017 Best Should Teach Gold Award

Aug. 24, 2017

Congratulations to Italian Senior Instructor, Priscilla Craven , for receiving the 2017 Best Should Teach Gold Award. The Best Should Teach Initiative strives to acknowledge excellence in teaching and academic leadership. The initiative is managed by the Graduate Teacher Program in coordination with the School of Education, the College of... Read more »
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Honoring their mothers, Italian scholars fund scholarship and say ‘ciao’

Aug. 3, 2017

Outgoing Associate Dean for the Arts and Humanities in the College of Arts and Sciences, Valerio Ferme, and his spouse, Giorgio Corda, a professor of Italian at the University of Colorado Boulder, have established the Andermarch Cicogna Endowed Scholarship Fund. In alternating years, the scholarship will support high-achieving students in... Read more »
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Warren Motte - Book Release

July 11, 2017

French Fiction Today focuses on the French novel in the twenty-first century, examining a series of works that are exemplary of broader currents in the genre. Each of these texts wagers insistently upon our willingness to speculate about literature and its uses, in an age when the value of literature... Read more »
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Masano Yamashita - Book Release

May 8, 2017

Jean-Jacques Rousseau face au public: problèmes d’identité by Masano Yamishita Masano Yamashita examines the articulation between Rousseau's rhetorical strategies of addressing the reader and his philosophical conception of communication. Her book, Jean-Jacques Rousseau face au public: problèmes d'identité , highlights the originality and the lucidity of Rousseau faced with the... Read more »
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Documentary Photographer - Mario Badagliacca - April 25

April 24, 2017

French and Italian Department presents: MARIO BADAGLIACCA Tuesday, April 25 at 5:00PM in HUMN 125 Reception to follow on 1st floor in Eaton Humanities What does it mean to be an Italian abroad today? This photographic essay invites us to explore the common background elements leading Italians to migrate, but... Read more »
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French & Italian Soccer Game - April 26

April 18, 2017

The Rematch 2017! French students vs. Italian students! Who will win this time? Come show your soccer spirit and cheer on your classmates! Wednesday, April 26th at 4:30pm at Sewall Field, near the Rec Center. Contact Susanna Saurini for more info.Read more »