Sabrina Tatta, a native of Formia, Italy, is a lecturer who received her MA in Italian from the UW in 1997. She received her BA in English Literature from University of Puget Sound. She currently teaches second and third year Italian courses in addition to handling undergraduate and graduate advising for students of French and Italian.
Sabrina also serves as Co-Director for the University of Washington's Law, Societies and Justice Summer in Rome Program.
Summer 2018 A-term
Summer 2016 Full-term
Summer 2015 Full-term
- French Major Christelle Silué Travels to Ivory Coast to do Research and Advocacy Work - August 21, 2018
- Congratulations, 2016 FIS Graduates! - June 10, 2016
- Rome's Birthday Party a Big Hit! - April 22, 2016
- Upcoming Info Sessions for Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships - October 7, 2015
- New French and Italian Major and Minor Requirements Taking Effect Autumn Quarter 2015! - October 7, 2015
- SP 2014 Course: Survival Italian for the Rome-bound Student - February 5, 2014