Programs and Courses

ITALIAN STUDIES PROGRAMS AND COURSES

Current courses timetable: http://www.artsandscience.utoronto.ca/ofr/timetable/winter/ita.htm

Current A&S Calendar (Italian Section): http://www.artsandscience.utoronto.ca/ofr/calendar/crs_ita.htm

Italian Specialist | Italian Major | Italian Minor | Italian Culture and Communication Studies Minor | Faculty of Arts and Science Language Citation

First Year Seminars | Italian First Year Seminars | Research Opportunity Program | Guidelines for the Selection of First-year Language Courses | Undergraduate Course List 

Undergraduate courses:

ITA100Y1 Italian Language for Beginners
ITA102Y1 Practical Italian
ITA135Y0 Conversation and Culture: An Introduction to Italian
ITA151Y1 Language Practice
ITA200H1 Major Italian Authors in Translation: from Dante to Tasso
ITA201H1 Major Italian Authors in Translation: from Marino to Calvino
ITA210Y1 Contemporary Italy
JFI225Y1 Second Language Learning
ITA233H1 Italian-Canadian Literature (formerly ITA233Y1)
ITA235Y0 Conversation and Culture: Intermediate Italian Intensive Oral Practice
ITA240Y1 History of the Italian Cinema
ITA249H1 Italians in Asia
ITA250Y1 Intermediate Italian
ITA251Y1 Intermediate Italian II
ITA299Y1 Research Opportunity Program
ITA300H1 History of Italian Literature: Middle Ages and Renaissance
ITA301H1 History of Italian Literature: Baroque to Contemporary
ITA310H1 The ‘Journey’ in the 19th century Italian Literature
ITA311H1 Mediaeval Italian Literature in Translation: Dante
ITA312H1 Mediaeval Italian Literature in Translation: Petrarch and Boccaccio
ITA315Y1 Italian Theatre: Text and Performance
ITA320H1 Dante: Vita Nuova and Divina Commedia (Inferno)
ITA321H1 Dante: Divina Commedia (Purgatorio and Paradiso)
ITA325H1 Themes and Forms of the Lyric Tradition from Petrarch to Tasso
ITA326H1 Themes and Forms of the Lyric Tradition from Late Renaissance to 20th Century
ITA330H1 Alessandro Manzoni and the 19th Century
ITA332H1 Love in the Renaissance
ITA340H1 Italian Neorealist Cinema
ITA341H1 Italian Gender and Genre in Italian Cinema
ITA342H1 Italian Popular Cinema
ITA345H1 Cinema of the Italian Diasporas
ITA347H1 Topics in Italian Cinema
ITA348H1 Mass Media in Italy: The European Context
ITA350Y1 Language Practice (formerly ITA343H1, ITA344H1)
ITA351Y1 Language Practice II (formerly ITA354H1, ITA355H1)
ITA356YO Italian Culture from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance
ITA357YO Italian Culture from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance
ITA358Y0 Modern Italian Culture
ITA359Y0 Modern Italian Culture
ITA360H1 Italian Linguistics
ITA363H1 Italian Sociolinguistics
ITA370H1 Power and Success in the Renaissance
ITA371H1 Translating and Interpreting I
ITA380H1 The Prose of the World: The Modern Italian Novel and the Realist Tradition
ITA381H1 Topics in Modern and Contemporary Literature
ITA390H1 The Commedia dell’Arte
ITA395YO Special Topics in Italian Studies
ITA398HO Independent Experiential Study Project
ITA399YO Independent Experiential Study Project
ITA400H1 Machiavelli
ITA410H1 Masterpieces of Modern Drama
ITA420H1 Spinning a Tale: The Italian Short Story from Boccaccio to Basile
ITA421H1 Spinning a Tale: The Italian Short Story after 1800
ITA431H1 History if Italian Language I-from Middle ages to Cinquecento
ITA432H1 History of Italian Language II (from Cinquecento to the Contemporary Age)
ITA441H1 Italian Cinematic Adaption
ITA451H1 Advanced Composition and Stylistics
ITA452H1 Advanced Composition and Stylistics II
ITA455H1 Women Writers in Italy
ITA460Y1 Internship in Italian
ITA471H1 Translating II
ITA489H Independent Studies
ITA490Y Independent Studies
ITA495H1 Directed Research
ITA496H1 Research Methods

 

ITALIAN FIRST YEAR SEMINARS

HUM199Y First Year Seminar
Undergraduate seminar courses focus on specific ideas, questions, phenomena or controversies and are taught by a regular Faculty member deeply engaged in the discipline. They are open only to newly admitted first-year students and may serve as a breadth requirement course (see also Research Opportunity Program in the St. George Undergraduate Calendar 2014-2015).  This academic year the Department of Italian Studies offers the following courses:

CCR 199Y1Y  L0271 Italian Tales from the Age of Shakespeare
Instructor: Dr. M. Scarci (Mondays 3-5pm)

CCR 199Y1Y  L0272    The Fine Art of Murder:  Reading Detective Fiction
Instructor:  Prof. L. Somigli (Wednesdays 10-12)

CCR 199Y1Y  L0273    Sorrows and Joys of the Immigrant Experience and the Myth of America
Instructor: Prof. G. Katz (Mondays 10-12)

 

 

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM

See Research Opportunity Program in the St. George Undergraduate Calendar 2014-2015

ITA299Y1 will not be offered by the Department of Italian in 2014-2015.