Irina Markina, Double Major in Romance Languages (French and Italian), Minor in Art History

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Penn Post-Doctoral Fellowship for Academic Diversity

The University is currently receiving applications for its three-year Post-Doctoral Fellowships for Academic Diversity. The application deadline is September 30, 2014, with fellowships starting July 1, 2015.

For full details, visit the page of the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, http://www.upenn.edu/research/postdocs_students/postdoctoral_fellowships...

CILS Certificate of Italian as Foreign Language


Get your Diploma CILS (Certificate of Italian as a Foreign Language) at Penn! Put you Italian to practical use! Under an agreement between the University of Pennsylvania and the University for Foreigners in Siena, Italy, the CILS (Certificate of Italian as

FIGS - The French Italian Graduate Society


Among the many resources that make life at Penn richer and more interesting, the French Italian Graduate Society is a student-run organization that represents graduate students in French and Italian. FIGS plans monthly meetings on topics of shared professional and academic interest, and organizes the annual FIGS Conference. Would you like to join them? Keep informed of their activities? Click here for contacts.

The Center for Italian Studies

The Center for Italian Studies assists Italian Studies students and others by offering access to a variety of resources. In addition, it fosters the study of Italian language and culture in an interdisciplinary perspective by sponsoring events like lectures, readings by Italian authors, and international conferences across and beyond the traditional spectrum of Italian Studies.

Academic Programs in Italian Studies

The University of Pennsylvania, strong in its interdisciplinary and international dimensions, supports a flourishing Italian Studies Program. The Program's distinctive configuration reflects our setting on the Penn campus and in the heart of Philadelphia. Students can choose a traditional concentration in language and literature or shape more individualized curriculums that connect to sister programs.