Italian, Minor College of Letters & Science

For more information, please contact Professor Margherita Heyer-Caput or see Quarter Abroad Italy.

Minor Advisor

M. Subialka

Three required courses:
ITA 105Introduction to Italian Literature4
ITA 101Advanced Conversation, Composition & Grammar4
or ITA 101S Advanced Conversation, Composition & Grammar
Choose one Italian literature course taught in Italian:4
Medieval & Renaissance Poetry: St. Francis to Petrarch
Dante Alighieri, Divina Commedia (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso)
Boccaccio, Decameron, & the Renaissance Novella
Studies in the Cinquecento
Italian Literature of the Renaissance & the Baroque: From Cellini to Marino
Italian Drama from Machiavelli to the Enlightenment
Early Modern Italian Lyric
Italian Literature of the 18th Century
Italian Literature of the 19th Century
Italian Literature of the 20th Century: The Novel
Italian Literature of the 20th Century: Poetry & Drama
Special Topics in Italian Literature (If applicable.)
Choose two Elective Courses in Italian literature, cinema, or culture in consultation with the Italian faculty advisor. In addition to the literature courses listed above, students may choose:8
Italian Translation & Style
Topics in Italian Culture
Autobiography in Italy
Studies in Italian Cinema 1
Choose one:
Survey of Italian Culture & Institutions 1
Survey of Italian Culture & Institutions 1
Choose one:
Contemporary Issues in Italian Culture & Society 1
Contemporary Issues in Italian Culture & Society 1
Choose one:
New Italian Cinema 1
New Italian Cinema
New Italian Cinema 1
New Italian Cinema
Choose one:
Gender & Interpretation in the Renaissance 1
Gender & Interpretation in the Renaissance
Choose one:
Special Topics in Italian Literature 1
Special Topics in Italian Literature 1
Please note: a maximum of 4 units of coursework in English is allowed for the Italian Minor.
Total Units20
1

Taught in English