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This spring, Professor Nick Nesbitt and graduate student Robert Decker are c

In 2018, the Department of French and Italian lost two stalwart members of our community, Professor André Maman and Professor Léon-François Hoffman. Both Maman and Hoffman contributed tremendously to the department and are deeply missed by the many colleagues and students whose lives they influenced.

Pascal Rambert, a celebrated French writer, choreographer and director for the stage and screen, has joined Princeton this spring as a Belknap Fellow in the Council of the Humanities and visiting lecturer in French and Italian. In 2016, Rambert received the “Grand prix de l’Académie Française pour l’ensemble de son oeuvre” or “Theater Prize from...

In mid-February, L’Avant-Scène performed “La double inconstance,” one of Marivaux's most beloved

Maxime Rovère Philosopher and professor, the PUC University of Rio de Janeiro,  pr

Congratulations to Yann Robert, FIT Graduate Alumnus (May 2010), has received the University of Illinois at Chicago, 2018 Scholar of the Year Award.

A review of David Bellos' La Traduction dans tous ses états ou comment on inventa l'arbre à vodka et autres (a p

This summer (2018), 24 rising sophomores studied abroad in Aix and got an introduction to sociolinguistics through the ethnographic project "Voices in the City," designed by Christine Sagnier.

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