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Italian with Film Studies

This course (75% Italian, 25% Film Studies) has a strong focus on Italian components covering language, culture, and literature but it is also intended for those with an interest in film, both Hollywood and European, and normally includes a component on Italian film.

The below course structure is indicative. Modules on offer change year on year, dependent on staff research interests and availablility.

Year One

Core Modules
  Modern Italian Language I (at Beginners', Intermediate or Advanced level) (30 Credits)
  Discovering Cinema (30 credits)
  The History of Modern Italy (30 Credits) 
Optional Modules
  Translation: Methods and Practice (30 Credits)
  Or an approved outside option.

Year Two/Three - Spent abroad

Year Two/Three

  You are required to take 120 credits, 90 in Italian Studies and 30 in Film Studies
Core Modules
  Modern Italian Language ll or Modern Italian Language IIl
  Hollywood Cinema (30 credits)
Optional Modules
 

Intermediate year options in Italian Studies (30-60 credits)

Intermediate year SMLC options (0-30 credits)

Year Four

  You are required to take 120 credits, at least 60 of which are in Italian Studies
Core Modules
  Modern Italian Language IV (30 credits)
Optional Modules
 

Final year options in Italian Studies (30-60 credits)

An approved outside option

Film Optional Modules
  Choose one of the following two modules: (30 credits)
  Silent Cinema (FI203-30)
  National Cinemas (FI204-30)

Course Structure

Dr David Lines

Italian

Dr Helen Wheatley

Film Studies