Department of French and Italian

College of Letters & Science

Events Calendar

Forthcoming Events

Mar 27, 2017
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Habemus papam

7pm, Education L196

Mar 29, 2017

Students from Milton High School visit UW and FRIT!

Mar 29, 2017

FRIT Student Advising Fair will be held on Wednesday, March 29 from noon – 1:30pm in 1418 Van Hise

Mar 29, 2017

Katherine Blackman

                Remembering Shame: “La fausse honte” in Rousseau’s La Novelle Héloïse

Jarmila Sawicka

                Sheets of Sound: Composing Jazz om Christian Gailly’s Un Sloir au club

Patrick Rumble 

                Paolo Gioli: The Last of the [First] Filmmakers

Recent Events

Mar 17, 2017
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Éric LE CALVEZ, Professor of French at Georgia State University

General topic title: "Et la lourde machine se mit en route.": L’analyse génétique de Madame Bovary

Professor Le Calvez’s particular specialty in genetic criticism: 2017 will be the year celebrating 160 years since the initial volume-publication of Madame Bovary.  He is currently preparing a monograph dedicated to the “avant-textes” & “brouillons” of this same novel.  Interaction with Prof. Le Calvez would provide our graduate students with a unique experience with this critical approach to literature that not only is asserting its importance in 19th-century studies, but to literary criticism as a whole.

Mar 16, 2017
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Free screening of Martin Talbot's Henri Henri. "Il allait rallumer le monde...Une ampoule à la fois." 

Mar 16, 2017
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Éric LE CALVEZ, Professor of French at Georgia State University

General topic title: "Et la lourde machine se mit en route.": L’analyse génétique de Madame Bovary

 

Mar 14, 2017

Come to learn about: academics, housing, scholarships and funding, life and travel abroad, and how to connect with fellow students in Italy

Mar 13, 2017
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Le notti di Cabiria

7pm, Education L196