Tombola poster

Tombola!

Thursday, December 2nd 4:00-5:30pm in HUMN 150 Join us for a game of Tombola, win prizes and enjoy Italian holiday specialty treats: panettone, pandoro and torrone. All levels are welcome! for more info, Email Susanna.saurini@colorado.edu

Prof. Julia Prest

Sadler Lecture: Writing Enslaved People into the (Hi)story of Public Theatre in Colonial Saint-Domingue

Professor Julia Prest University of St. Andrews, Scotland Monday, November 1st I 3:00p.m. I Virtual Public Lecture The Department of French and Italian presents this year’s Sadler lecture; please join us as Professor Julia Prest speaks about her research on theatrical performances by the enslaved people of colonial Saint-Domingue. This...

Il a déjà tes yeux poster

Il a déjà tes yeux Film Screening

Oct. 24, 2021

Join the CU French Club for a screening of Il a déjà tes yeux!

crafternoon poster

Crafternoon - Language and Crafts

Oct. 22, 2021

Join the CU French Club for an afternoon of crafting and language!

Dante Statue

Omaggio a Dante, l’Italiano: Dante’s 700th Death Anniversary

Oct. 18, 2021

The Italian Conversation Table invites you to celebrate Dante, the father of Italian language on his seven hundredth death anniversary.

Bienvenue à Marly-Gomont poster

Bienvenue à Marly-Gomont Film Screening

Oct. 8, 2021

Join the CU French Club for a screening of Bienvenue à Marly-Gomont!

Dakar street and bus

NEW! Certificate in Art and Social Change

Sept. 21, 2021

The Certificate in Art and Social Change allows students to engage with some of the most urgent issues in our societies, as they relate to justice, equality, and diversity.

Fall 2021 French Club Poster

French Club, Fall 2021

Aug. 31, 2021

Get involved with French Club today! Awesome events all semester long!

Chiara Torriani

2021 Teaching Award

Congratulations, Chiara Torriani!

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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