The Program in Italian Studies offers students in humanistic departments a chance to deepen their knowledge, in their own discipline, of Italian civilization. It fosters interdisciplinary study among students and faculty members who have an interest in ancient, early modern, and modern Italian studies and culture.

The Program sponsors a lecture series, graduate student symposia, and a Graduate Certificate in Italian Studies.

The Program in Italian Studies works in close collaboration with the Department of French and Italian but is a separate entity operated under the auspices of the Council of the Humanities.

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Carolina Mangone

Associate Professor of Art and Archaeology; Director, Program in Italian Studies

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