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Oct 07
Learn about Italian and Italian American culture, language, history, food, and genealogy at this annual Heinz History
Oct 10
“The Geography of German Prisoner of War Camps in the Soviet Union: Industry, Infrastructure, and the Environment,” with
Oct 13
For one week every year, students at universities and colleges across the United States celebrate and experience the
Oct 13
The Debussy 100th Memorial Concert featuring works for voice and piano will take place on Saturday, October 13th, 7pm in
Oct 16
Join us for International Week's 2nd annual "You Say Potato!" event, in collaboration with the Study Abroad Office and
Oct 25
David Pettersen will present ongoing work on banlieue cinema, with responses by Adam Lowenstein (Film and Media


Congratulations to French & Italian double major Zachary Enick, who has been awarded a Fall 2018 THINK Fellowship (Formerly Fall Brackenridge/Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Research Fellowships). This award comes in recognition of Zac's research project, on the use of Anglicisms in the archived minutes of an early-20th c. Italian beneficial society. 

Todd Reeser, Professor of French and Director of the GSWS Program, has been awarded a ten-month senior residential fellowship in AY2019 in Lyon, France under the auspices of the EURIAS to conduct archival research on his ongoing "Transgender France" book project, and become part of a research team at the Max Weber Center. His research community in Lyon is focused on the subcategory of "Sexualités, couples, identités."

Prof. James Coleman has co-edited (with Andrea Moudarres, UCLA) Luigi Pulci in Renaissance Florence and Beyond: New Perspectives on his Poetry and Influence (Brepols).

Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, Distinguished Professor of French, has been elected as an Officer of the Medieval Academy of America. She will serve on the Academy's Council, its primary governing body, for three years, culminating in 2020-2021 when she will serve as President of the Academy.