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Below you'll find some of the courses we've previously featured on our website. This is just a taste of all the great content you'll get with CU French & Italian!
Taught in-person Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:40-1:30pm
Discover Paris as experienced by foreigners and locals alike
Taught in-person Tuesday, Thursday 12:45-2:00pm
French thinkers understood early on that literature and the arts could be persuasive tools in consolidating the power and prestige of France
Taught in-person Wednesday 3:00-5:30pm
Participate in a vigorous debate about what the novel is as a cultural form
Taught in-person Monday-Thursday 10:20-11:10am
Designed for students who enjoy learning at a fast pace, have studied other languages, or have had previous exposure to Italian
Taught in-person Tuesday Thursday 9:35-10:50am
Watch Italian films and learn about Italian culture while practicing conversation and writing!
(taught in Italian)
Taught in-person Tuesday Thursday 12:45-2:00pm
What does literature written 700 years ago in Italy have to do with our 21st Century? Everything!!!
(taught in Italian)
Enjoy the classic story - I promessi sposi
Medieval Epic and Romance, through the lens of Game of Thrones
Encounter animals in their habitats and in the texts of our Western authors
Naturalism, Idealism, and the Dialectics of Art
Explore the development of Italian identity in the 20th and 21st century
Italian culture including art, literature, language, history, and film
Have you ever dreamed of working for Ferrari, Prada, Gucci, Eataly, or actually beginning your own Start Up in Italy?
Philosophy, Sex, and Knowledge in the Eighteenth-Century
Medieval and Renaissance Readings
Recent innovations in the French novel, and upon the postmodernist literary aesthetic
From the Ancien Régime to the French Revolution
The history and cultural productions of culturally diverse groups shaping today’s idea of Italianness
French perspectives on ecological & environmental issues