Veteran translators, illustrators, and writers from the Monkey Business journal will visit the Italian Translation Workshop and Italian Translation Studies courses to discuss challenges... View >
With Prof. Denis Provencher, Head of the Department of French & Italian at the University of Arizona, and Editor-in-Chief of the journal Contemporary French Civilization.
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Treachery? Treason? What exactly are these and how do they get woven together with love and romance in a context like the course here at Pitt called “French Kiss?” Not that anything French has... View >
Drawing from his forthcoming book Queer Maghrebi French, Prof. Provencher's talk will investigate the lives and stories of queer Maghrebi and Maghrebi French men who moved to or grew up... View >
Pitt Class of 2021, this is your chance to meet Linguistics and Language Department Faculty, choose a language to take at Pitt, chat with instructors, and even play a game of HORSE in one of... View >
Students wishing to continue their study of French or Italian should take Pitt's online placement test (password: panthers1) at any time between May 1 and the start of fall... View >
The ceremony marking the induction of four undergraduate students in the French National Honor Society Pi Delta Phi, and of eight students in the Italian National Honor Society Gamma... View >
The Department of French and Italian is happy to present a final recital featuring the students of the Italian Theatrical Workshop conducted this term by Prof. Francesca Savoia. The recital will... View >
Before the rare earths that invisibly shape and fuel your cell phone and hybrid car—minerals of costly environmental extraction and recondite names—the elements were simple: as simple, shifting,... View >
Dr. Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, Distinguished Professor of French Literature and Culture, will present her Inaugural Lecture. This event is hosted by Provost Patricia E. Beeson; a reception will... View >
A Colloquium with Haitian poet and novelist, Louis-Philippe Dalembert with an introduction by John Walsh (FRIT) and a response by Felix Germain (Africana).
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