Courses in other Departments - Ph.D. in Italian

Graduate Courses in Other Departments that students in Italian Studies may take

(All courses selected in consultation with the student’s advisor in Italian)

AFAMAST 5485.02 – West Africa: Society and Culture

AFAMAST 7302 – Comparative History of The African Diaspora and Enslavement and Emancipation

AFAMAST 7303 – Comparative History of the African Diaspora and Post-Emancipation, Colonial, & Post-Colonial Reality

AFAMAST 7580 – Enslavement, Emancipation, Colonial and Post-Colonial Realities AFAMAST 7759 – Topics in African Diaspora Studies

AFAMAST 7781 – Topics in African Political Philosophy

ANTHROP 5621 – Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: The Anthropology of Women

ANTHROP 5622 – Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Peasant Society and Culture ANTHROP 5624 – Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: The Anthropology of Food: Culture, Society and Eating

ANTHROP 5625 – Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Anthropology of Religion ANTHROP 5630 – Language and Culture in Education

ANTHROP 7703 – Theories in Cultural Anthropology ANTHROP 7704 – Culture and Language

ANTHROP 7747 – Foundations of Anthropology ARCH 5110 – History of Architecture I

ARCH 5120 – History of Architecture II

ARCH 5190 – Topics in Architectural History

ARCH 5210 – Forms of Architectural Theory

ARCH 5290 – Topics in Architectural Theory

ARTEDUC5708 – Disability and Visual Culture: Issues of Representation in Art and Popular Culture

ARTSSCI 6700 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Disability Studies ARTS COLLEGE 6560: The History of Animation

CHINESE 7468: Seminar in Chinese Film

CLAS 5101 – Classical Literature: Theoretical Perspectives and Critical Readings

CLAS 5302 – Studies in Greek or Roman Topography

CLAS 5401 – Methodologies for the Study of Ancient Religions

CLAS 7803 – Graduate Seminar on Religion and Mythology of the Ancient World CLAS 7894 – Graduate Seminar en Late Antiquity and Byzantium

COMPSTD 5602 – Poetry and Politics of the 20th Century Mediterranean COMPSTD 5668 – Studies in Orality and Literary

COMPSTD 5864 – Modernity and Postmodernity: Concepts and Theories COMPSTD 5957.01 – Comparative Folklore (Topics vary)

COMPSTD 5957.02 – Folklore in Circulation (Topics vary) COMPSTD 5970 – Foundational Approaches to the Study of Religion COMPSTD 5970 – Contemporary Approaches to the Study of Religion COMPSTD 6390 – Approaches to Comparative Cultural Studies I COMPSTD 6391 – Approaches to Comparative Cultural Studies II

COMPSTD 6750.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Folklore 1: The Philology of the Vernacular

COMPSTD 6750.02 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Folklore 1: Fieldwork and the Ethnography of Communication

COMPSTD 7300 – Theorizing Genre

COMPSTD 7310 – Theorizing Literature COMPSTD  7320 –Theorizing Race and Ethnicity

COMPSTD 7350.01 – Theorizing Folklore 1: Tradition and Transmission COMPSTD 7350.02 – Theorizing Folklore 2: The Ethnography of Performance

COMPSTD 7350.03 – Theorizing Folklore 3: Differentiation, Identification, and the Folk COMPSTD 7360 – Theorizing Culture

COMPSTD 7370 – Theorizing Religion COMPSTD 7390 – Theorizing Performance COMPSTD 7465 – Introduction to Trauma Studies

COMPSTD 8822 – Seminar in Race and Citizenship: Formations in Critical Race Theory COMPSTD 8858 – Seminar in Folklore

COMPSTD 8865 – Seminar in Critical Trauma Theory COMPSTD 8866 – Seminar in Culture and Capital COMPSTD 8872 – Seminar in Religious Studies

COMPSTD 8888 – Interdepartmental Seminar in Critical Theory COMPSTD 8891 – Wexner Center Seminar

EDUTL 7306 – Language Socialization EDUTL 8610 – Second Language Acquisition

EDUTL 8615 – Classroom Oriented Second Language Research ENGLISH 4578 – Special Topics in Film

ENGLISH 6678.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Film and Film Theory ENGLISH 6716.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in the Middle Ages ENGLISH 6716.02 – Introduction to Graduate Study in the Middle Ages

ENGLISH 6718.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Chaucer

ENGLISH 6718.02 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Chaucer

ENGLISH 6750.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Literacy

ENGLISH 6750.02 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Literacy

ENGLISH 6760.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Postcolonial Literature and Theory

ENGLISH 6760.02 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Postcolonial Literature and Theory

ENGLISH 6761.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Narrative and Narrative Theory ENGLISH 6761.02 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Narrative and Narrative Theory ENGLISH 6762.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Drama and Performance ENGLISH 6762.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Drama and Performance ENGLISH 6776.01 – From Plato to Aestheticism (theory course)

ENGLISH 6776.02 – From Plato to Aestheticism (theory course) ENGLISH 8717.01 – Seminar in Early Modern Medieval Literature

ENGLISH 6778.01 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Film and Film Theory

ENGLISH 6778.02 – Introduction to Graduate Study in Film and Film Theory

ENGLISH 6790.01 – Foundations in Contemporary Critical Theory ENGLISH 6790.02 – Foundations in Contemporary Critical Theory ENGLISH 7861.01 – Studies in Narrative and Narrative Theory

ENGLISH 7861.02 – Studies in Narrative and Narrative Theory ENGLISH 7871.01 – Seminar in the Forms of Literature ENGLISH 7871.02 – Seminar in the Forms of Literature ENGLISH 7878.01 – Seminar in Film and Media Studies ENGLISH 7878.02 – Seminar in Film and Media Studies ENGLISH 7882.01 – Seminar in Critical Theory

ENGLISH 7882.02 – Seminar in Critical Theory

ENGLISH 7890.01 – Seminar in Feminist Studies in Literature and Culture ENGLISH 7890.02 – Seminar in Feminist Studies in Literature and Culture ENGLISH 7891.01 – Seminar in Disability Studies in Language and Literature ENGLISH 7891.02 – Seminar in Disability Studies in Language and Literature ENGLISH 8888.01 – Interdepartmental Seminar in Critical Theory

ENGLISH 8888.02 – Interdepartmental Seminar in Critical Theory

ENGLISH 8900 – The Long Seminar: Research in Literary History, Theory, and Forms I, II, III FILMSTUD 7000 – Graduate Studies in Film History

FILMSTUD 7001 – Advanced Theory Seminar – Methods and Applications FRENCH 5701 – Topics in French and Francophone Cinema

FRENCH 5702 – Studies in Contemporary French Cinema

FRENCH 8302 – Vocabulary Acquisition: Theory, Research, and Classroom Practice

FRENCH 8701 – French and Francophone Cinema

GEOG 5700 - Geography of Development GEOG 5502 – Social Cities

GOEG 5602 – Urban Political Geography GEOG 5802 – Globalization and Environment

GERMAN 6400 – Introduction to Film, Visual Culture and the Performing Arts GERMAN 8400 – Seminar in Film, Visual Culture and the Performing Arts HISTORY 5211 – Special Topics in Roman History

HISTORY 5230 – Special Topics in Medieval History

HISTORY 5240 – Special Topics in Early Modern European History HISTORY 5250 – Special Topics in Modern European History HISTORY 5660 – Special Topics in the History of Religion HISTORY 780 – Topics in the History of Sexuality

HISTORY 5600 – Special Topics in Women's/Gender History

HISTORY 5600 – Special Topics in World/Global/Transnational History

HISTORY 5750 – Special Topics in the History of Ethnicity, Race and Nation HISTORY 5775 – Special Topics in the History of Colonialism and Empire HISTORY 7230 – Studies in Medieval History

HISTORY 7240 – Studies in Early Modern European History HISTORY 7245– Studies in Renaissance and Reformation History HISTORY 7250 – Studies in 19th Century European History HISTORY 7255 – Studies in 20th Century European History HISTORY 7259 – European Thought and Culture, 19th-20th Century

HISTORY 7302 – Comparative History of the African Diaspora and Enslavement and Emancipation

HISTORY 7303 – Comparative History of the African Diaspora and Post-Emancipation, Colonial and Post-Colonial Realities

HISTORY 7600 – Studies in the History of Women and Gender

HISTORY 7620 – Introduction to the Field of Women’s and Gender History HISTORY 7630 – Studies in the History of Sexuality

HISTORY 7660 – Studies in the History of Religion HISTART 5001 – Topics: Western Art

HISTART 5311 – Art and Archeology of Preclassical Greece HISTART 5312 – Art and Archeology of Classical Greece

HISTART 5321 – Art and Archeology of the Hellenistic Mediterranean and Roman Republic HISTART 5322 – Art and Archeology of The Roman Empire

HISTART 5420 – Romanesque and Gothic Art HISTART 5421 – Romanesque and Gothic Sculpture

HISTART 5422 – Medieval and Renaissance Manuscript Illumination HISTART 5430 – The Age of Giotto

HISTART 5521 – Renaissance Painting in Central Italy HISTART 5522 – Renaissance Painting in Venice

HISTART 5525 – The Sacred Image in the Italian Renaissance
HISTART 5535 – Representations of Power and the Power of Representation in 17th Century European Art

HISTART 5611 – European Art in the Age of Revolution, 1774-1851 HISTART 5612 – European Art in the Age of Empire, 1852-1900 HISTART 5621 – Post-Impressionism to Dada

HISTART 5622 – From Dada to Dictatorship

HISTART 5640 – Introduction to Contemporary Art Historical Theory HISTART 5641 – Postmodernism

HISTART 5643 – New Media Art and Theory HISTART 5645 – Video Art

HISTART 5901 – Silent Cinema: 1895-1927

HISTART 5902 – Classical Sound Cinema: 1927-1948

HISTART 5903 – Recent Cinema: 1948-Present HISTART 5905 – Avant-Garde Cinema

HISTART 5910 – History of Documentary Cinema

HISTART 6001 – Historical and Conceptual Bases of Art History HISTART 8001 – Studies in Art Theory and Criticism

HISTART 8005 – Studies in History and Theory of Architecture HISTART 8015 – Studies in Museums

HISTART 8301 – Studies in Ancient Greek and Roman Art HISTART 8401 – Studies in Medieval Art

HISTART 8521 – Studies in Italian Renaissance Art HISTART 8541 – Studies in Italian Baroque Art HISTART 8551 – Studies in 18th Century European Art HISTART 8610 – Studies in Modern Art

HISTART 8641 – The Wexner Center Seminar HISTART 8901 – Cinema Studies

LING 5001 – Formal Foundations of Linguistics LING 5601 – Introduction to Sociolinguistics LING 5701 – Psycholinguistics

LING 5901 – Introduction to Historical Linguistics LING 7901 – Historical Linguistics: Phonology LING 7902 – Historical Linguistics: Morphology LING 8650 – Seminar in Contact Linguistics MEDREN 5610 – Manuscript Studies

MEDREN 5611 – History of the Book Studies

MEDREN 5631 – Survey of Latin Literature: Medieval and Renaissance MEDREN 5695 – Advanced Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Studies MUSIC 5622 – Theory and Analysis: 19th Century

MUSIC 5623 – Theory and Analysis: 20th Century MUSIC  5648 – Western Art Music I

MUSIC  5649 – Western Art Music II

MUSIC 5651 – History of Choral Music MUSIC  5651 – History of Opera

MUSIC 5652 – 18th and 19th Century Song Literature MUSIC 5655 – 20th and 21st Century Song Literature NELC 5202 – Representing the Middle East in Film PHILOS  5220 – Studies in Medieval Philosophy

PHILOS  5230 – Studies in 17th-Century Philosophy PHILOS 5240 – Studies in 18th-Century Philosophy PHILOS 5250 – Studies in 19th-Century Philosophy PHILOS 5260 – Studies in 20th-Century Philosophy PHILOS 5420 – Philosophical Topics in Feminist Theory PHILOS  5600 – Advanced Philosophy of Language PHILOS  5750 – Advanced Theory of Knowledge PHILOS  8200 – Seminar in the History of Philosophy PSYCH 5681– Development and Psychopathology

PSYCH 5718 – Developmental Disabilities: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
PORTUGESE 7440 – Cinema of the Portuguese Speaking World
ROMLING 5051 – Latin and the Romance Languages
ROMLING 8110 – Romance Linguistics I

ROMLING 8120 – Romance Linguistics II ROMLING 8310 – Seminar in Romance Linguistics RUSSIAN 6657 – Gender and National Identity

RUSSIAN 8550 – Seminar in Russian Literature, Film, or Cultural Studies SLAVIC 6457 – Film Theory, Gender and National Identity in Slavic Cinema SPANISH 7800 – Latin American Film

SPHHRNG 5717.02 – Interdisciplinary Perspective on Developmental Disability WGSST 5620 – Topics in Feminist Studies

WGSST 7700 – Feminist Inquiry: Theory

WGSST 7710 – Theorizing Race, Sexualities and Social Justice

WGSST 7720 – Theorizing Power, Institutions and Economies WGSST 7740 – Theorizing Narrative, Culture, and Representation WGSST 7760 – Feminist Inquiry: Methods

WGSST 7780 – Theorizing Global and Transnational Feminisms WGSST 7880 – Interdepartmental Studies in Critical Theory WGSST 8792 – Interdepartmental Studies in the Humanities WGSST 8800 – Topics in Feminist Studies

WGSST 8810 – Topics in Race, Sexualities and Social Change

WGSST 8820 – Topics in Power, Institutions and Economies WGSST 8840 – Topics in Narrative, Culture and Representation WGSST 8860 – Topics in Feminist Methodology

WGSST 8880 – Topics in Global Transnational Feminisms WGSST 8882 – Interdepartmental Studies in The Humanities WGSST 8892 – Interdepartmental Studies in Critical Theory

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