Careers in French & Italian
Our alumni find their language skills in demand in a global economy. They embark on careers in tech, teaching, marketing, and more.Alumni Profiles
More Than Languages
Discover the cultural and artistic history of Rome, French translation theory, Les Misérables, and eighteenth-century France through digital archives and tools.Featured Courses
Discover the Path to a New Language and New Perspectives
Enjoy small class sizes and a rich, interdisciplinary curriculum with one of our major or minor programs.Undergraduate Programs
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Immerse Yourself in a New Culture
Experience cultural immersion and perfect your language skills with one of our study abroad programs in Rome, Québec City, Paris, Nantes, or Martinique.Study Abroad
Explores cultural production of contemporary immigrant populations, primarily in France and the United States. Uses an interdisciplinary approach from fields of sociolinguistics, migrant/identity/... Learn more
French & Italian Studies Winter & Spring Courses!
Registration for winter quarter is just around the corner! See what French & Italian Studies is offering winter and spring and plan your courses for the next two quarters. Download the 2018-2019 Course Schedule here.Read more
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- Geoffrey Turnovsky, "Touched by an Author: Books and 'Intensive' Reading in the Late Eighteenth Century"