Fall Italian Courses

Fall 2020 Italian courses

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FRIT-M604
4:00P-6:00P M

This graduate course examines the classical genealogy, the social and historical milieu and the rhetorical matrix of this new form of social interaction, which was to become the generative model of early modern European ethics, and which was governed by the values of moderation, convenience, conformity, adaptability, grace, and dissimulation.

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FRIT-M605
10:10A-12:05P R

This course will cover some of the main authors of the 17th century in Italy. We will explore their style, works, and significance within their religious, political, and scientific context. Authors will include Marino, Galileo, Bartoli, and Tesauro, among others.

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