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FRENCH AND ITALIAN.COURSES

Subject Code Number Course Instructor
ITALIAN 233 When Worlds Collide: The Trial of Galileo (HISTORY 235D, HISTORY 335D, ITALIAN 333)
ITALIAN 237 Michelangelo: Gateway to Early Modern Italy (ARTHIST 218A, ARTHIST 418A, ITALIAN 337)
ITALIAN 240 Great Minds of the Italian Renaissance and their World (ITALIAN 340)
ITALIAN 248 Cinema and the Real: Italian Neo-Realism and the French New Wave (FRENCH 148, FRENCH 248, ITALIAN 148)
ITALIAN 257 Simone de Beauvoir, Hannah Arendt, and Adriana Cavarero (COMPLIT 257, COMPLIT 357A, FEMGEN 257X, FEMGEN 357X, FRENCH 257, FRENCH 357, ITALIAN 357)
ITALIAN 261 War and Peace: Writings by and about Veterans in the 20th and 21st Centuries (FRENCH 261, FRENCH 361, ITALIAN 361)
ITALIAN 262 Symbolism in Literature and the Arts (FRENCH 262, FRENCH 362, ITALIAN 362)
ITALIAN 265 Word and Image (ARTHIST 265A, ARTHIST 465A, COMPLIT 225, ITALIAN 365)
ITALIAN 272 Body Doubles: From the Fantastic Short Story to Science-Fiction (FRENCH 272, FRENCH 372, ITALIAN 372)
ITALIAN 286 Poetry and Philosophy (FRENCH 286, FRENCH 386, ITALIAN 386)
ITALIAN 290 Magic, Science, and Religion (COMPLIT 290A, COMPLIT 390A, FRENCH 290, FRENCH 390, ITALIAN 390)
ITALIAN 300 Italian Modernities: Lecture Series and Course (ITALIAN 200)
ITALIAN 312 Feminist Activists
ITALIAN 314 Pirandello, Sartre, and Beckett (COMPLIT 281E, COMPLIT 381E, FRENCH 214, FRENCH 314, ITALIAN 214)
ITALIAN 321 Giambattista Vico (FRENCH 321)
ITALIAN 325 Petrarch & Petrarchism: Fragments of the Self
ITALIAN 327 Giambattista Vico & Claude Lévi-Strauss (FRENCH 230, FRENCH 330)
ITALIAN 332B Heretics, Prostitutes and Merchants: The Venetian Empire (HISTORY 332B)

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