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ITAL0354

Italian Identity

Italian Identity through History, Literature, and Music
What does it mean to be “Italian”? What is “campanilismo”? What role do languages and dialects play, and how important is music, from Opera to contemporary songs, in the construction of Italian identity? This course acquaints students with the major 19th to 21st century debates on Italy and Italian Identity, and develops students' linguistic, critical, and analytical skills. readings will introduce literary genres within their historical framework. Special emphasis will be placed on the skill of writing in Italian. (ITAL 0252 or equivalent) 3 hrs. lect./disc., 2 hrs. screen.
Subject:
Italian
Department:
Italian
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
EUR LIT
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

ITAL0354A-F14 Lecture (Mula)

Fall 2013

ITAL0354A-F13 Lecture (Mula)

Fall 2012

ITAL0354A-F12 Lecture (Mula)

Fall 2011

ITAL0354A-F11 Lecture (Mula)

Fall 2010

ITAL0354A-F10 Lecture (Carletti)

Fall 2009

ITAL0354A-F09 Lecture (Van Order)

Fall 2008

ITAL0354A-F08 Lecture (Mula)

Fall 2007

ITAL0354A-F07 Lecture (Van Order)

Fall 2006

ITAL0354A-F06 Lecture

Fall 2005

ITAL0354A-F05 Lecture (Marini Maio)

Fall 2004

ITAL0354A-F04 Lecture (Van Order)

Fall 2003

ITAL0354A-F03 Lecture (Van Order)