ITAL 3015: Reading, Conversation, and Composition

4 CreditsOnline Available

How can a society manage an aging population? What steps can be taken to promote integration and overcome differences? Is technology helping or hindering our interpersonal relationship? Is history doomed to repeat itself? You are about to embark into a rewarding journey to further deepen your Italian experience while developing your critical thinking skills. This class will increase your appreciation of Italian culture through engagement with articles, short films, and literary extracts (of authors such as Nobel's prize Dario Fo, Salgari, and Natalia Ginzburg) on contemporary cultural topics ranging from social problems to the use and misuse of technology to the impact of historical events on people’s everyday lives. This intensive, intermediate course is designed for students who have passed Italian 1004 and have mastered basic Italian grammar.

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