Join the Italian Program for a carefully curated selection of classic and contemporary Italian films that are sure to delight, inspire, and entertain! Free admission. All films shown with English... View >
Dr. Parasecoli provides an analysis of media development in Italy since Fascism, when Mussolini used mass communication as a propaganda tool, and will show how producing and eating contribute to... View >
Learn about Italian and Italian American culture, language, history, food, and genealogy at this annual Heinz History Center event. For more detailed information about vendors and activities,... View >
“The Geography of German Prisoner of War Camps in the Soviet Union: Industry, Infrastructure, and the Environment,” with a response from John Walsh. For more information about the talk visit the... View >
Join us for International Week's 2nd annual "You Say Potato!" event, in collaboration with the Study Abroad Office and Dietrich School foreign language programs. Enjoy a taste of how over 25... View >
For one week every year, students at universities and colleges across the United States celebrate and experience the benefits of international education and exchange. Pitt actively participates in... View >
The Debussy 100th Memorial Concert featuring works for voice and piano will take place on Saturday, October 13th, 7pm in the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium. The concert is a part of the "Exploring the... View >
Annual welcome-back reception for students, faculty, and staff. By invitation only; please check your Evite for location and other details.View >
Conversations on Europe is a virtual roundtable series hosted by the European Studies Center of the University of Pittsburgh. This Conversation, conducted entirely in Italian, will address Italian... View >
The Italian Film Festival continues tonight with Easy--Un viaggio facile facile. Director Andrea Magnani joins us for a post-screening Q&A.
Join us for the 6th edition of... View >
Prof. Watts’ talk is drawn from a manuscript in progress, “Water Narratives: Imagining Global Environmental Change in the Francophone Post/colonial World.” It considers the symbolic and material... View >
Le’mil Eiland will lead a theatrical workshop entitled “Performing Francophone Geographies,” followed by a brief recap discussion with participants. With the assistance of French Program graduate... View >
Please note change of venue and earlier start time with respect to FRIT events flyer information.
After a screening of Niang’s documentary film, French Program... View >