ITALIAN 100 — ITALIAN LANGUAGE ABROAD I

1-4 credits.

First semester Italian language course taken on a study abroad program for which there is no equivalent on this campus.

ITALIAN 101 — FIRST SEMESTER ITALIAN

4 credits.

For students who have not studied Italian.

ITALIAN 102 — SECOND SEMESTER ITALIAN

4 credits.

Open to Fr

ITALIAN 103 — ITALIAN LANGUAGE ABROAD II

1-4 credits.

Second semester Italian language course taken on a study abroad program for which there is no equivalent on this campus.

ITALIAN 181 — FIRST SEMESTER ITALIAN HONORS

4 credits.

Accelerated course for honors students with no previous training in the language; oral practice, grammar, reading, reading. Stdts may not receive credit for both 101 181

ITALIAN 182 — SECOND SEMESTER ITALIAN HONORS

4 credits.

Accelerated course for honors students. Oral practice, grammar, reading. Open to Fr. Stdts may not receive credit for both 102 182

ITALIAN 200 — ITALIAN LANGUAGE ABROAD III

1-4 credits.

Third semester Italian language course taken on a study abroad program for which there is no equivalent on this campus.

ITALIAN 201 — ITALIAN FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER ROMANCE LANGUAGES

4 credits.

Accelerated development of oral, reading and writing skills up to a level equivalent to that of the end of second semester Italian (102). Instruction draws on features shared by Romance languages, with focus on distinctions particular to Italian. No previous knowledge of Italian is required.

ITALIAN 203 — THIRD SEMESTER ITALIAN

4 credits.

Class reading of modern Italian plays, novels, and short stories; study of idioms, conversation practice; review of grammar. Open to Fr

ITALIAN 204 — FOURTH SEMESTER ITALIAN

4 credits.

Continuation of ITALIAN 203, with more advanced materials. Open to Fr

ITALIAN 210 — ITALIAN STUDIES ABROAD IN THE HUMANITIES I

1-4 credits.

Italian studies course taken on a study abroad program for which there is no equivalent on this campus.

ITALIAN 230 — MODERN ITALIAN CULTURE

3 credits.

A survey of Italian history, art, music, politics, and general culture from the Risorgimento to the present.

ITALIAN 298 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-3 credits.

Graded on a Cr/N basis; requires cons inst

ITALIAN 299 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-3 credits.

Graded on a lettered basis; requires cons inst

ITALIAN 301 — ITALIAN FOR READING KNOWLEDGE

3 credits.

For students with language proficiency and graduate students who wish to acquire a reading knowledge of Italian. Intensive grammar; readings from appropriate texts in the humanities, sciences and social sciences. Gives no language credit.

ITALIAN 310 — ITALIAN STUDIES ABROAD IN THE HUMANITIES II

1-4 credits.

Italian studies course taken on a study abroad program for which there is no equivalent on this campus.

ITALIAN 311 — ADVANCED ITALIAN LANGUAGE

3 credits.

Development of accurate and nuanced capacity for expression in Italian and for understanding the spoken and written language. The course will also address Italian phonetics and phonology to develop accurate pronunciation.

ITALIAN 312 — WRITING WORKSHOP

3 credits.

Continuation of 311. Development of composition and editing skills with focus on grammatical accuracy, conventions, and rhetorical techniques for organizing information, presenting coherent arguments, and appropriateness of language to topic.

ITALIAN 321 — INTRODUCTION TO ITALIAN LITERATURE

3 credits.

From its beginnings through the Renaissance. Readings and discussion.

ITALIAN 322 — INTRODUCTION TO ITALIAN LITERATURE

3 credits.

Continuation of 321. From the end of the Renaissance to the twentieth century. Open to Fr

ITALIAN 340 — STRUCTURES OF ITALIAN

3 credits.

Examination of Italian phonetics and phonology, morphology and word formation, and syntax, with attention to contrasts with English. Prepares for advanced courses in Italian linguistics.

ITALIAN/​CLASSICS  350 — ROME: THE CHANGING SHAPE OF THE ETERNAL CITY

3-4 credits.

Changing shape of Rome as a physical city and as a cultural metaphor from the Augustan age to the Renaissance.

ITALIAN 420 — TOPICS IN ITALIAN: STUDY ABROAD

1-6 credits.

A course carried with a UW-Madison Study Abroad Program which has no equivalent on this campus.

ITALIAN 423 — CORSO DI STILISTICA APPLICATA

3 credits.

ITALIAN/​FRENCH/​PORTUG/​SPANISH  429 — INTRODUCTION TO THE ROMANCE LANGUAGES

3 credits.

Introduction to structural similarities and differences apparent in major Romance languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish) and to their historical developments, with reference to basic linguistic features of each language: phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexicon. Does not count towards French major.

ITALIAN 450 — SPECIAL TOPICS IN ITALIAN LITERATURE

3 credits.

Senior Proseminar; topics vary.

ITALIAN 452 — SPECIAL TOPICS IN ITALIAN STUDIES: CULTURE, FILM, LANGUAGE

3 credits.

Examination of an aspect of Italian studies: culture, film, language; topic varies.

ITALIAN 453 — SPECIAL TOPICS IN ITALIAN STUDIES: CULTURE, FILM, LANGUAGE

1 credit.

Examination of a particular aspect of Italian culture; topic varies.

ITALIAN/​COM ARTS  460 — ITALIAN FILM

3 credits.

General survey of Italian film and of the relationship between film and the other arts. Consideration of film theory and of the Italian and European socio-political situation in the context of film production.

ITALIAN/​CLASSICS/​FRENCH/​HISTORY/​MEDIEVAL  550 — ADVANCED INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL CIVILIZATION

3 credits.

An integrated treatment of a specific theme, to be announced by a group of specialists in different fields.

ITALIAN 601 — L'OTTOCENTO

3 credits.

Major currents and writers of Italian Romanticism; Foscolo, Leopardi, Manzoni.

ITALIAN 621 — IL SETTECENTO

3 credits.

ITALIAN 622 — IL SETTECENTO

3 credits.

Continuation of 621

ITALIAN 623 — IL TEATRO ITALIANO

3 credits.

ITALIAN 631 — LINEAMENTI DI LETTERATURA ITALIANA

3 credits.

ITALIAN 632 — LINEAMENTI DI LETTERATURA ITALIANA

3 credits.

ITALIAN 635 — IL ROMANZO ITALIANO

3 credits.

ITALIAN 636 — IL ROMANZO ITALIANO

3 credits.

Continuation of 635

ITALIAN 637 — LA POESIA DEL NOVECENTO

3 credits.

A survey of major poets and poetic currents of the early twentieth century; the "Crepuscolari," Hermeticism.

ITALIAN 641 — IL SEICENTO: RIBELLI, LIBERTINI E ORTODOSSI

3 credits.

Lo sviluppo della cultura barocca; letture e discussioni.

ITALIAN 651 — IL RINASCIMENTO

3 credits.

I: Il Quattrocento. Lo sviluppo dell'umanesimo; Poliziano, Lorenzo de' Medici, Pulci, Boiardo, e Alberti; II: Il Cinquecento. Ariosto, Machiavelli, Castiglione, Tasso.

ITALIAN/​MEDIEVAL  659 — DANTE'S DIVINA COMMEDIA

3 credits.

Lectures on Dante's life and times, reading Divine Comedy, commentary, discussion, reports.

ITALIAN/​MEDIEVAL  660 — DANTE'S DIVINA COMMEDIA

3 credits.

Continuation of 659

ITALIAN/​MEDIEVAL  671 — IL DUECENTO

3 credits.

I: A systematic study of the earliest literary texts in Italy; the rise of the love lyric among the Sicilian poets; representative narrative works. II: The development of the lyric from Guittone d'Arezzo to the poets of the Dolce Stil Nuovo (Guinizzelli, Cavalcanti, Dante).

ITALIAN/​MEDIEVAL  672 — IL DUECENTO

3 credits.

Continuation of 671

ITALIAN 681 — SENIOR HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

ITALIAN 682 — SENIOR HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

ITALIAN 691 — SENIOR THESIS

2 credits.

ITALIAN 692 — SENIOR THESIS

2 credits.

ITALIAN 698 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-6 credits.

Cr/N. Graded on a Cr/N basis; requires cons inst

ITALIAN 699 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-6 credits.

Graded on a lettered basis; requires cons inst

ITALIAN 730 — TOPICS IN ITALIAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE

3 credits.

Graduate-level examination of aspects of Italian literature and culture, including disciplines such as language and cinema. Topic varies.

ITALIAN 731 — LINEAMENTI DI LETTERATURA ITALIANA

3 credits.

ITALIAN 732 — LINEAMENTI DI LETTERATURA ITALIANA

3 credits.

ITALIAN 741 — SEICENTO E L ARCADIA

3 credits.

ITALIAN 772 — HISTORY OF THE ITALIAN LANGUAGE

3 credits.

Continuation of 771

ITALIAN 799 — INDEPENDENT STUDY

1-6 credits.

ITALIAN/​FRENCH/​PORTUG/​SPANISH  817 — ROMANCE PHILOLOGY

3 credits.

ITALIAN/​FRENCH  821 — ISSUES IN METHODS OF TEACHING FRENCH AND ITALIAN

1-3 credits.

ITALIAN 951 — SEMINAR-STUDIES IN ITALIAN LITERATURE

3 credits.

ITALIAN 952 — SEMINAR-STUDIES IN ITALIAN LITERATURE

3 credits.

ITALIAN 990 — INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH

1-12 credits.

In connection with the doctoral dissertation.