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Italian

Departmental Contact:
Maria Luisa Gozzi
508 Hamilton
212-854-6136
mlg30@columbia.edu

ITAL S1101D Elementary Italian, I. 4 points.


Fee: Language Resource Center Fee - 15.00

$15.00= Language Resource Fee, $15.00 = Course Fee

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Equivalent to ITAL V1101. Students will develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Italian and an understanding of Italian culture. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to provide basic information in Italian about themselves, their families, interests, likes and dislikes, and daily activities; participate in a simple conversation on everyday topics; to read edited texts on familiar topics; and produce Italian with basic grammatical accuracy and accurate pronunciation.

Summer 2017: ITAL S1101D
Course Number Section/Call Number Times/Location Instructor Points Enrollment
ITAL 1101 001/25389 M T W Th 11:00am - 1:05pm
509 Hamilton Hall
Maria Luisa Gozzi 4 4/20

ITAL S1102Q Elementary Italian, II. 4 points.


Fee: Language Resource Center Fee - 15.00

Prerequisites: ITAL S1101, or the equivalent.

$15.00= Language Resource Fee, $15.00 = Course Fee

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Continues the work of ITAL 1101 and completes the study of elementary Italian. Students continue to develop communicative skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills). Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to provide basic information in Italian about wants and needs, personal opinions and wishes, personal experiences, past activities, and daily routines; read simple texts on familiar matters of high frequency everyday or job-related language; draw on a repertoire of vocabulary and syntax sufficient for dealing with everyday situations.

Summer 2017: ITAL S1102Q
Course Number Section/Call Number Times/Location Instructor Points Enrollment
ITAL 1102 001/16478 M T W Th 11:00am - 1:05pm
509 Hamilton Hall
Patrizia Palumbo 4 4/20

ITAL S3050D Reading Dante Now... in NYC. 3 points.

This course will serve as an introduction to the writings of Dante Alighieri with an emphasis on the Divine Comedy. Students will gain an understanding of the poem’s relevance, both within its original cultural context as well as the continued significance of Dante as a cultural figure around the world. As we read this monumental classic of Western literature we will have the opportunity to learn from each other and explore multiple modes of reading (postcolonial, feminist, geocritical) and interrogate the conditions of our interaction with canonical texts. Course can be used towards partial fulfillment of requirements for the following majors: English, Italian.

Summer 2017: ITAL S3050D
Course Number Section/Call Number Times/Location Instructor Points Enrollment
ITAL 3050 001/76843 M W 1:00pm - 4:10pm
507 Hamilton Hall
Allison DeWitt 3 4/15

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