FRIT faculty are currently inviting undergraduates interested in doing research or teaching under the mentorship of a faculty member in the following areas for spring term 2021 [and beyond]:... View »
New Spring Courses: "Kings & Queens" and "Green France"
Francesca Savoia, Professor of Italian, taught her last course in April of 2020. She started teaching at Pitt in 1985, after having finished her PhD at the University of California, Los Angeles.... View »
Hannah Svelling, a double major in Italian Studies and Communication with a minor in Economics, has been awarded a Spring internship position with
As a group of committed scholar-teachers, the faculty of the Department of French and Italian condemn the killing of George Floyd and the underlying culture of racism and racist violence that led... View »
We congratulate Dr. Maxime Bey-Rozet, who successfully defended his dissertation, “Irredeemable: Céline, Extreme Cinemas, and the Opacity of Trauma." His committee (Profs. Pettersen, chair; Reeser... View »
Congratulazioni to MA student Eliza Jermyn and Visiting Assistant Prof. of Italian Alberto Iozzia for their contributions to the latest issue of Rutgers Italian Department journal La... View »
On April 21, 2020, French major Zeinab Abbas defended an Honors Thesis entitled, "Étude de cas: géographie et politique de la langue française dans les provinces des prairies au Canada" in which... View »
Congratulations to Chloe Hogg who was recently promoted to Associate Professor with tenure. Prof. Hogg will be on research leave in fall term for some much deserved time to focus on her second... View »
Food. Fashion. Film. Creative Writing. Performance. Dante. French Kisses. One-credit conversation courses. We do it all! Check out our Flipbook for more info on our fall 2020 courses, and sign up today.
Pitt campuses remain open, but the University is shifting classes to remote learning approaches, beginning March 23. Please check this site for updates: ... View »