Foreign Area Study
Coordinator, Professor and Director of Italian Studies Rémi Lanzoni
A semester in Venice or another approved course of study in Italy (or summer program at Middlebury, Vermont) is required.
|ITA 212||Exploring the Italian World||3|
|or ITA 213||Introduction to Italian Literature|
|ITA 319||Grammar and Composition||3|
|Select three courses from the following groups: *||9|
At least one each from Groups II and III.
Additional elective courses may have been approved since publication of this bulletin. The program coordinator maintains a complete list of all approved elective courses. For course descriptions, see the relevant department’s listings in this publication.
|COM 370||Special Topics (when topic is Tree Italian Masters)||3|
|HMN 213||Studies in European Literature (appropriate topics and approval)||3|
|IAS 325||Italian Neorealism in Films and Novels||3|
|ITA 326||Comedy in Italian Cinema||3|
|ITA 327||Modern Italian Cinema||3|
|ART 245||Art and Architecture of the Roman World||3|
|ART 268||16th Century Art in Italy: Magnificence and Reform||3|
|ART 269||Venetian Renaissance Art (offered in Venice)||3|
|ART 396||Art History Seminar (when topic is Three Italian Masters)||4|
|MSC 121||Music History and Culture I||3|
|MSC 122||Music History and Culture II||3|
|MSC 123||Special Topics in Music History & Culture||3|
|HST 225||History of Venice (offered in Venice)||3|
|HST 229||Venetian Society & Culture (offered in Venice)||3|
|HST 398||Individual Study (if directed toward Italy)||1-3|
Students may also take appropriate courses in other disciplines in the Venice program and appropriate individual study topics. To graduate with a Foreign Area Study in Italian Studies, students must contact the Registrar’s Office during the spring semester of the senior year to request that a transcript copy be sent to the Italian Studies Director for approval.