To better support our current students through the global pandemic, admissions for the Italian Studies program will be paused for the 2021-2022 academic year. We look forward to resuming our admissions process and reviewing applications.
The doctoral program in Italian Studies prepares students for research and teaching positions in academic environments, and in the world of advanced thought more generally. The program emphasizes an interdisciplinary "cultural studies" perspective, while maintaining vital links to literary-critical, philosophical, art-historical and historical disciplines. Along with intensive training in teaching language and culture at all levels, we offer our students preparation in the most recent relevant theories and methodologies, including special training in the digital humanities.
Audio-visual equipment, online resources for teaching and research (the Virtual Humanities Lab), departmental library, and reading room.
- Fluency in Italian. Proficiency in English.
- Writing Sample: Required (in Italian and English).
- GRE General: Not required
- GRE Subject: Not required
Application Deadline: January 5