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French Town Hall

Dec. 4, 2020

If you are interested in the French Graduate Program at CU Boulder, register today to attend this open Town Hall meeting! December 4th, 2020.

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Teaching English in France

Nov. 11, 2020

Learn more about the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF), a joint initiative of the French Ministry of Education, France Éducation international (formerly the CIEP), and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy.

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Congratulations to Sara Fischer!

Nov. 3, 2020

Fall 2020 Graduate Part Time Instructor Appreciation Award The French & Italian Department is pleased to announce that our very own Sara Fischer has received a Graduate Part Time Instructor Appreciation Award in recognition of how she has risen to the challenges presented by teaching during the pandemic. We are...

Buffalo Statue

Statement on Diversity and Inclusion

We believe in the enduring world-historical value of the literature, thought, and art of France, Italy, and the wider Francophone and Italophone worlds. We also believe that the cause of diversity and inclusion benefits immeasurably from the acquisition of foreign languages and from the experience of other cultures that foreign...

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Maymester in Rome!

Oct. 13, 2020

Learn about CU French & Italian's Maymester in Rome with Priscilla Craven - tonight, 10/13, 5:30pm

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Italian Tavola

Benvenuti! Join us to practice your listening and speaking skills at the Italian conversation table! Students from all Italian levels are welcome. We'll enjoy lively conversation and games from the comfort of your home.

Face of the Future - photo by Rachel Solko

Underground Paris - Study Abroad Summer 2021

Join professor Brian Valente-Quinn in Paris next summer! Learn more at an info session with professor Valente-Quinn on October 14th at 4 pm MDT on Zoom: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/91659522282 ! Wander the literal "underground” of Paris through its catacombs, jazz caves, and metro while exploring the figurative "underground" of Paris' history Learn...

Electromagnetism Book Cover

Electromagnetism and the Metonymic Imagination

How does the imagination work? How can it lead to both reverie and scientific insight? In this book, Kieran M. Murphy sheds new light on these perennial questions by showing how they have been closely tied to the history of electromagnetism.

Saurini and Samuelson

2020 Teaching Awards

Congratulations to Susanna Saurini and Charlie Samuelson!

Cinque Terre

Italian Photo Contest Winners

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