News and Events
In the News. The Department of French & Italian is delighted to welcome and host two long-term guests this year: Andrew Ryder (PhD Emory 2010), Dietrich School Postdoctoral Associate (Fall and Spring); and Giuseppina Pellegrino (University of Calabria), Distinguished Fulbright Professor (Spring) | read more
We are pleased to announce the new PhD in Film Studies with a Concentration in French degree program
Join us for a full slate of spring events
Join us on Thurs, Apr 25 at 7:00 in the 7th floor Alumni Hall Auditorium for the fifth film of Pitt's Italian Film Festival USA, Romanzo di una strage. This will be followed by Tormenti, on Fri, Apr 26 at 7:00 in the same venue.
We are pleased to co-sponsor the upcoming reading and book signing by Berkeley City College professor Laura Ruberto, translator and editor of her grandmother's memoir Ma la vita è fatta così/ Such is Life (Bordighera Press, 2010). Students presenting valid Pitt ID pay reduced $5 admission fee.
Congratulations to Alumna Hillary Gulley (BA Italian, '04), recipient of a 2012 PEN Center Translation Fund Fellowship for her translation of Marcelo Cohen's El fin de lo mismo (The End of the Same).
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We are pleased to announce the release of the Department of French & Italian Newsletter: Concatenations, Volume IV (PDF)
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