Italian Studies

Undergraduate Program

Learn Italian and explore the history, art, and culture of Italy from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Concentration in Italian Studies

It is quite possible to concentrate in Italian without having studied the language before coming to Brown, although doing so requires an early start.

Having fulfilled the language requirement (Italian 600), students will be able to enroll in a variety of advanced courses taught in Italian, reflecting the interdisciplinary scope of Italian Studies at Brown (including literature, history, history of art and culture). Students are strongly encouraged to take Italian Studies courses taught in English before fulfilling the language requirement.

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