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Thu, 09/25/2014 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Active between 1260-1270, the woman known only as La Compiuta Donzella (“the fulfilled damsel”) attracted the attention of several male writers. Two of them were astonished that such wisdom could be found in a female. The third...
Italian Faculty Student Meet and Greet, Fall 2014
Wed, 09/17/2014 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
The Italian Faculty / Student Meet and Greet will again be held at Allegro: Il gelato naturale (6th and Campbell).  Please come, meet fellow Italian students, as well as the Italian faculty and instructors in a friendly, informal event. The...
Italian Movie Nights, Fall 2014
Students of Italian--or just afficionados!--might be interested in participating in Italian Movie Nights on campus this Fall! The movies will that will be shown are: Il principe abusivo (9/11) Il postino (10/2) Sole a catinelle (10/23) Frozen: Il...
L'ora del caffe'
Students of Italian might want to practice their Italian at the "ora del caffe'": come, chat in Italian, and have a cup of coffee.  The "ora del caffe'" is organized by our instructors Borbala Gaspar and Giuliana...
Prof. LeHir publishes latest book
Prof. Marie-Pierre LeHir has published her latest book, The National Habitus: Ways of Feeling French, 1789-1870, with De Gruyter. As she explains, The National Habitus seeks to understand how and why national belonging became so central to a person...
Prof. D'Almeida publishes her book
Professor Irène Assiba d’Almeida is the co-editor of the book: Eco-Imagination: African and Diasporan Literatures and Sustainability (Africa World Press, 2014).  The book contains selected papers presented at the 2010 Conference of...
Jacob Shirley, UA Italian alum and current graduate student in Italian at the University of Virginia, will be presenting on Dante and Machiavelli at a professional conference. The title of his talk is Tyrants, Tricksters, and Brazen Bulls:...
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Vicki Hamblin (Ph.D., French, Spring 1984)
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Dr. Vicki Hamblin graduated in the spring 1984 with a Ph.D. in French Literature. She is currently Professor of French and Chair of the Department of Modern...

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