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Mar 26
The University of Arizona and the UA Department of French & Italian are proud to host the AAIS AATI 2020 Conference.  For more information, please contact Prof. Beppe Cavatorta (, or visit the conference webpage at https...
Feb 19
Where in the world will your degree take you? Humanities graduates gain the most in-demand skills for the global work force: leadership, communication, intercultural competence, critical thinking, collaboration, adaptability and problem solving....


Nov 2
The College of Humanities invites you to celebrate the University of Arizona's 105th Homecoming.  Join us for our annual Young Alumni Brunch (with a mimosa bar!) while we enjoy remarks from our Alumna of the Year, Dana Vandersip (B.A. in Russian,...
Nov 1
The College of Humanities invites you to celebrate the University of Arizona's 105th Homecoming. Mingle with fellow Humanities alumni at our twilight rooftop mixer and meet Humanities faculty, friends and the 2019 COH Alumna of the Year, Dana...


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Apr 20
Please join us for the Italian 420 Student Showcase to be held April 20, 2018 at 5:00pm in the Presidio Room of the Student Union Memorial Center.   
Apr 18
Join us for a lecture by Italian faculty member, Professor Fabian Alfie, at the UA Main Library Special Collections. Professor  Alfie will talk on an important classic of Italian literature by Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375), the Decameron.  The...
Mar 28
Come mingle with fellow Italian students and Italophiles while enjoying a free cup of gelato from Bella's Gelato Shoppe truck.  March 28, 2018 5-7pm Geraldo Rivera Park (east of Learning Services Building)
Feb 21
Please save the date and join us for a discussion of the making of Those Who from Afar Look Like Flies , an anthology that aims to provide an organic profile of the evolution of Italian poetry after World War II. The book’s editors Giuseppe...
Feb 1
Join Cinema Italiano as they offer the first film showing of the Spring 2018 semester: Perfetti Sconosciuti. The event is free and all are welcome to attend.