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ITAL40070 - Pirandello: Theatre and Theory(Level 4, Semester Semester One, Credits 10)

This course investigates well-known, and not so well-known, plays by Luigi Pirandello alongside his theoretical writings on theatre. We will explore how Pirandello's views on theatre evolved alongside his writing of plays and his work as a director in the theatre. The context of ..

ITAL40110 - Italian Linguistics(Level 4, Semester Semester Two, Credits 10)

This course provides a general introduction to the linguistic study of the Italian language. It is organized into different sections, each of which may receive greater or lesser emphasis according to students' background and interests. These comprise: an overview of the phonologi..

ITAL40120 - Advanced Italian Language(Level 4, Semester Semester One, Credits 10)

This module, while intended to develop participants' all-round mastery of Italian, focuses principally on the comprehension and translation of challenging Italian prose and on advanced translation into Italian. Various linguistic registers are explored, from the literary to the s..

ITAL40280 - Advanced Spoken Italian(Level 4, Semester Semester Two, Credits 10)

This module aims to help students perfect their listening and speaking skills, through conversations, debates, interviews and speeches. It will also involve extensive reading and researching of newspapers and websites, and listening to a variety of live or recorded radio, TV or w..

ITAL40300 - Writing World War 1 in Italy(Level 4, Semester Semester One, Credits 10)

2015 marked the 100-year anniversary of Italy’s entry into World War 1. In light of the centenary, this module examines the military, cultural and societal aspects of Italy’s involvement in the war, through an examination of different kinds of textual production. This interdiscip..

ITAL40330 - Italian Chivalric Poetry(Level 4, Semester Semester Two, Credits 10)

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