News & Announcements for French and Italian

News & Announcements for French and Italian

  • 12/10/2018
    Illinois, French partners digitizing Proust's letters.
  • UIUC graduate wins Dante Society of America Prize
    11/27/2018
    Asura Louise Osborne, a 2018 graduate of UIUC with a Minor in Italian, has won the Dante Society of America Prize for an undergraduate essay. Asura wrote her paper, “Time and Movement in Dante’s Comedy”, during the last academic year for ITAL 413, a class she took with Dr. Corey Flack. Since 1887 The Dante Society of America has presented annual prizes for the best student essays on a subject related to the life or works of Dante Alighieri. The Dante Prize of five hundred dollars ($500) is offered for the best essay submitted by an undergraduate enrolled in any college or university in the US, US territories, or Canada, or by anyone not enrolled as a graduate student who has received an undergraduate degree from a college or university in the US, US territories, or Canada within the past year. Visit the Dante Society website at: http://www.dantesociety.org/
  • Priority Deadline for Application to Graduate Studies in French and Italian 12/21/2018
    10/29/2018

    The priority deadline for the application to graduate studies in French and Italian this season is Friday, December 21, 2018. More information can be found at the following links: http://www.frit.illinois.edu/graduate/french/apply/ and http://www.frit.illinois.edu/graduate/italian/apply/

  • Jessica Nicholas (Ph.D., 2018) gives invited talk on language services and immigrant advocacy
    4/20/2018
  • 2/20/2018
    Professor François Proulx and graduate students enrolled in the seminar “French 578: Marcel Proust” collaborated on the online exhibition Proust and the Great War (Part 2) on the website of the Rare Book and Manuscript Library.