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Forthcoming Events

Apr 5, 2019

Topic "Shame"

Sep 13, 2019

Annual picnic for faculty, staff, and graduate students of the Department of French and Italian. 

Recent Events

Feb 13, 2019
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- RESCHEDULED FROM JANUARY 30, 2019 -

This seminar will feature presentations of ongoing scholarly work by the graduate students, academic staff and faculty of the department, and a lively discussion following.  The languages will be English, French and Italian.  Discussion will be held in English.  For further information please contact 

Stefania Buccini (sbuccini@wisc.edu), Corie Marshall (cmarshall@wisc.edu) or Peter Russella (russella@wisc.edu)

Dec 7, 2018
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The symposium will explore the conditions of possibility of humanism in our posthuman times. The topic of the symposium is also the topic a series of monographs in progress authored by the scholars invited to this debate.

Nov 28, 2018

Fall climate dinner for department faculty, staff, and graduate students. Follows the Department Reserach Seminar.

Nov 28, 2018
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This seminar will feature presentations of ongoing scholarly work by the graduate students, academic staff and faculty of the department, and a lively discussion following.  The languages will be English, French and Italian.  Discussion will be held in English.  For further information please contact Stefania Buccini (sbuccini@wisc.edu), Corie Marshall (cmarshall@wisc.edu) or Peter Russella (russella@wisc.edu)

 

Nov 8, 2018

Part of the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World. The Mediterranean Diet is this year's central theme, with events taking place in November 2018. Marino Niola and Elisabetta Moro, two leading scholars of the Mediterranean diet, will give two public lectures here on campus and in the Midwest. Events are free and open to all. Sponsored by the Department of French and Italian, the Center for European Studies, and the Italian Cultural Institute in Chicago.