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ITAL 4040I/6040I

Course Name:
Italian Cinema
Credit Hours:
3 hours

A study of the major periods and trends in Italian cinema combined with a critical analysis of selected movies by major auteurs. Given in English, with a significant portion of readings, presentations, and discussion in Italian.

This course will be taught in an integrated format. Assignments, discussions, and student oral and written work following guidelines proposed in the proposal for Integrating Languages Across the Curriculum: 1. A significant portion (more than 25%) of the total course readings is in the target language; 2. A significant portion (more than 25%) of the term papers, reports and other written work is in the target language; 3. Opportunities to give oral presentations in the target language; 4. A significant amount of time spent in discussion in the target language, either during class or in break-out sessions.

Not offered on a regular basis.

Undergraduate prerequisite: ITAL 2002 or ITAL 2002E or permission of department
Graduate prerequisite: Permission of department
Duplicate Credit:
Not open to students with credit in ITAL 4040 or ITAL 6040

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