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ITST 232 Introduction to Italian Culture II: From the Modern to the Post-Colonial Age

The debate around nation vs. empire vs. republic, from the Napoleonic age to our days, as captured in Italy's microcosm, condensing and often anticipating issues that have later become global.

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Credits: 3


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ITST 232 201Web-Oriented Course2 Tue Thu11:0012:30

Title: "Italian Food Cultures" | Italy is world-renowned for its food cultures. Examine representations of Italian or Italian-derived foodways and the role they play in articulating larger issues concerning contemporary Italy, including regionalism, anti-globalization, family history, gender and sexual identities, Italian American food, tourism in Italy, and immigration to Italy. View full description.