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
Environmental Humanities, Sociolinguistics, Media and Technology
Our research exemplifies the best of contemporary interdisciplinary humanistic study.Research & Publications
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
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
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
This course develops advanced translation skills through work on a variety of genres (literary, commercial, journalistic, etc.) and in a variety of modes (interpreting, subtitling, etc.). It also engages translation theory by considering the problem... Learn more
French & Italian Studies Photo Contest Results!
The 5th Annual French & Italian Studies Study Abroad Photo Contest was a resounding success. Over 20 students submitted photos and over 120 people from the French & Italian studies community voted on their favorite photos.Read more
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- Geoffrey Turnovsky, "Les lecteurs du Mercure Galant. Trois aperçus."
- French Thinking About Animals, edited by Louisa Mackenzie and Stephanie Posthumus.
- Louisa Mackenzie, "Don’t Panic: The Unknowability of Early Modern Nature"
- Louisa Mackenzie, French Thinking About Animals
- Geoffrey Turnovsky, "Touched by an Author: Books and 'Intensive' Reading in the Late Eighteenth Century"