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1 Equal Opportunity in Education and Employment Department of French and Italian Graduate Student Handbook Equal Opportunity in Education and Employment

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents Important Dates Graduate Faculty 2 Master of Arts in French Program Description 3 Advising 5 Core Reading List Description 6 Thesis 7 Master s Degree Graduation Checklist 8 Intensive French in Dijon, France 9 Recent Graduate Course Offerings 10 Core Reading List 13 Resources 16

3 IMPORTANT DATES Important Dates Fall Term 2014 Aug 18 Graduate School Orientation (1 st year students) Aug 18 International Education Orientation (1 st year foreign students) Aug Department of French and Italian G.A. Orientation (1 st year students) Aug 22 Department of French and Italian G.A. Orientation (1 st & 2 nd year students) Aug 25 Fall semester begins Aug 27 Department Meeting (4pm in 220 IRV/15 min. meet and greet) Sept (TBD) Department Party Sept 1 Labor Day holiday (No classes/office closed) Oct Fall Midterm Break (No classes) Nov 1 Deadline to file for Dec. 14 graduation Nov 5-16 M.A. Reading List examinations (2 nd year students) Nov Thanksgiving Break (No classes/office closed) Dec 6 Classes end Dec 8-13 Finals Week Dec 16 Final grades due in to BannerWeb by noon Winter Term 2015 Jan 2-24, 2015 Winter term classes Jan 19 MLK, Jr. Day (University Closed) Spring Term 2015 Jan 26 Spring semester classes begin Feb 1 Prospectus due to Advisors (2 nd year students) Feb 27 Deadline to file for May 15 graduation Mar Spring break End of April Draft of thesis due to Advisor (2 nd year students) May 9 Classes end May Finals Week Mid-late May M.A. Thesis defenses (2 nd year students) May 1 All G.As must be registered for 3-6 credit hours for the summer (See pg. 4) May 19 Final grades due in to BannerWeb by noon Jul 3 Deadline to apply for Graduate Application (Registrar) Jul 3 Deadline to file for August 15 graduation (Graduate School) 1

4 GRADUATE FACULTY Graduate Faculty CYRIL FRANCES, Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Universite Jean Moulin Lyon III, 2012 Fields of Study: Eighteenth-Century French Literature, Memoirs and autobiography, libertinage, links between philosophy and literature Contact Info: Office-213 Irvin Hall; Phone ; ELISABETH HODGES, Graduate Director, Ph.D. Harvard University, 2002 Fields of Study: Renaissance Literature, French Cinema, Critical Theory, Visual Culture Contact Info: Office-222 IRV; Phone ; ANNA KLOSOWSKA, Ph.D. Brown University, 1994 Fields of Study: Medieval and Early Modern Literature, Critical Theory, Queer Theory Contact Info: Office-228 IRV; Phone ; SANTE MATTEO, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University, 1983 Post-Renaissance Italian Literature and Cinema, Intellectual Tradition Contact Info: Office-208 IRV; Phone ; MARK MCKINNEY, Chief Departmental Advisor, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1994 Fields of Study: Francophone Studies, 20 th -Century Literature, Comic and Graphic Novels, Popular Cultures Contact Info: Office-204 IRV; Phone ; MICHEL PACTAT, M.A., University of Oregon, 1986 Language Pedagogy, 20 th -Century Literature Contact Info: Office-215 IRV; Phone ; RANDOLPH RUNYON, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University, 1973 Modern Literature and Criticism, 16 th - Century Literature, Comparative Literature Contact Info: Office-TBD; Phone: TBD; JONATHAN STRAUSS, Chair, Ph.D. Yale University, 1993 Fields of Study: 19 th and 20 th -Century Literary Theory, Poetry, Literature and Visual Arts Contact Info: Office-207A IRV; Phone ; AUDREY WASSER, Ph.D., Cornell University, 2010 Fields of Study: 20 th -Century French Literature, Literary Theory, European Modernism, Contemporary French Philosophy Contact Info: Office-206 IRV; Phone ; Please familiarize yourself with the policies and procedures of the Graduate School available on the web at 2

5 MASTER OF ARTS IN FRENCH PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Master of Arts in French Program Description The Master's of Arts in French requires a minimum of thirty semester hours of graduate coursework, a reading list examination, and a thesis. Students are required to take all 600-level graduate seminars in French offered during fall/spring semesters. Six of the thirty hours may be taken outside the department, however only with permission from the Graduate Director. Courses taken outside the department must be directly related to the student's primary field of study. Other courses, such as language courses, choir, creative writing, or drawing may not be counted for credit toward the Master s degree. The length of the program is four semesters plus two summers. Students holding graduate assistantships must enroll in at least ten but no more than thirteen credit hours per semester. During the first three semesters of study, students take two graduate seminars, a required 600-level seminar and second seminar of their choice at the 500 or 600 level. Students take 2 to 4 credit hours of French 680 (reading list preparation) supervised by faculty members in French & Italian in preparation for the master s reading list exam. In the fourth semester of study, students enroll in one graduate seminar (600) and 7 hours of French 700 (thesis hours) as they write their theses. Graduate students generally teach two sections of introductory French ( ) and are expected to devote less than 20 hours a week to their teaching responsibilities. Students are expected to participate at least once in the Dijon summer program, however this is contingent on budgetary approval for graduate assistants. In Dijon, students may take a combination of graduate courses and reading hours in preparation for their oral examination or thesis hours. The required combination of courses will be determined by the Dijon Director in collaboration with the Graduate Director. During the summer, students work independently as they prepare for the reading list exam, or, during the second summer, while they revise their master s thesis. Students defend the master s thesis in May of the second year, complete revisions to their thesis over their second summer, and file for graduation in August. 3

6 MASTER OF ARTS IN FRENCH PROGRAM DESCRIPTION FIRST YEAR STUDENTS: Fall Term (10 hrs total) SECOND YEAR STUDENTS: Fall Term (10 hrs total) One 500 and one 600-level 6 hrs One 500 and one 600 level 6 hrs FRE hrs FRE hrs FRE hrs Spring Term (10 hrs total) Spring Term (10 hrs total) One 500 and one 600-level 6 hrs One 600 level 3 hrs FRE hrs FRE 700 (thesis hours) 7 hrs Summer Term (Oxford option) Summer Term (Oxford option) FRE 680 (reading list hours) 3-6 hrs FRE 680 (reading list hours) 3-6 hrs Summer Term (Dijon option) Summer Term (Dijon option) FRE 699 seminar 3 hrs FRE 699 Seminar (if Dijon) 3 hrs FRE 680 (reading list hours) 3 hrs FRE 700 (thesis hours) 3 hrs TOTAL HOURS YEAR ONE: TOTAL HOURS YEAR TWO:

7 ADVISING Advising All students meet regularly with the Graduate Director in order to plan their course of study. Students have the freedom and responsibility of creating a coherent program of study, choosing courses relevant to their thesis as well as developing general knowledge of French literature. At the end of their first year, students should consult with the Graduate Director to discuss the M.A. Reading list examination and to discuss their choice of thesis director. It is strongly recommended that the Director have expertise in the areas pertaining to the student's research interest. Students are encouraged to seek advice from the entire faculty who are available for advising students in matters related to their degree program and academic plans after the M.A. 5

8 CORE READING LIST DESCRIPTION Core Reading List Description M.A. candidates prepare a core reading list of the masterworks of French & Francophone literature (see pages 13-15). Students prepare for the exam independently of their other responsibilities (coursework and teaching). For the first three semesters, students take reading list hours under the supervision of faculty members in French & Italian. At the beginning of the third semester of study, the graduate director will form a committee consisting of three faculty members for each student taking the exam that fall. Whenever possible, the chair of this committee will be chosen in accord with students research interests and will serve as their thesis advisor. Students may request no more than three substitutions to the reading list and only with approval from the graduate committee. Students must submit any request for substitutions to the graduate committee at least four weeks prior to the exam. The examination consists of an informal, oral review, about one hour in length. The student responds to objective factual questions about the reading list. If there are areas where the student shows deficiencies, a re-examination for any portion of the list may be scheduled by the committee. Students should consult with the Graduate Director no later than the first few weeks of their third semester of study in order to schedule their oral examination, which should take place before Thanksgiving break. 6

9 THESIS Thesis In addition to coursework and the reading list examination, the M.A. degree in French requires a thesis (minimum length of fifty pages doubled-spaced and a bibliography) representing an original contribution to scholarship written under the guidance of a faculty member from the department. Students are to complete their thesis by the end of their second year. Students must submit a prospectus (a thesis proposal) and preliminary bibliography to their advisor on Feb. 1 and are expected to complete a rough draft of the entire thesis by the end of spring semester. Once the thesis draft is near completion, the student selects two other faculty members who serve as readers on their defense committee. In consultation with their advisor, students schedule a thesis defense, a one-hour oral examination with the entire committee, preferably during finals week of spring semester or shortly thereafter. During the defense, the committee will determine if the thesis is acceptable and may recommend required revisions before the committee will officially enter a passing grade for the thesis. Students must submit a revised and corrected version of their thesis to their advisor shortly after their defense. Please note that in order to file for graduation in August, December, or May, your revised thesis must be submitted about a month prior, for example, to graduate in August 2014, the deadline to apply for August graduation is July 11, thesis format check deadline is July 25, and approval theses must be uploaded by August 8. Students must also submit an application to graduate to the Registrar s office well before the thesis deadline and should familiarize themselves with these procedures well in advance of filing for their degree. Theses must follow the guidelines established by the Graduate School (See their website located at for more information on these guidelines.) and must be checked for formatting by Lou Ann Haines in the Graduate School before students are allowed to submit their thesis electronically and file for graduation. 7

10 MASTER S DEGREE GRADUATION CHECKLIST Master s Degree Graduation Checklist Spring Semester of Second Year Submit thesis prospectus and bibliography to your Advisor & the Graduate Director by Feb. 1. File for degree with the Registrar s Office by late June (see Reg s site for deadlines) Complete entire rough draft of thesis by April 15. Once thesis draft is revised and approved by Advisor, contact committee members and schedule a tentative date for thesis defense for early May. Please give all committee members sufficient time (at least two weeks) to read the thesis. Summer of Second Year After the defense, make all required corrections (major & minor) to thesis draft. Submit corrected thesis to Advisor for final approval (June-July) Submit final version of thesis to Lou Haines for format approval by Graduate School deadline (usually late July). Once approval from Lou Haines is obtained, make any necessary changes and upload to OhioLink by deadline (deadline is August 6). 8

11 INTENSIVE FRENCH IN DIJON, FRANCE Intensive French in Dijon, France As part of the Master s program, students are expected to participate at least once in the Department of French & Italian s Intensive French Study in Dijon summer workshop. Graduate students work as either teaching assistants (native speakers of French) or as resident advisors (non-native speakers). In exchange for their work for the program, students are paid a salary and are provided dormitory housing at the Universite de Bourgogne (if the program budget allows for these benefits). In addition to their teaching or advising responsibilities, graduate students may take up to 6 hours of graduate course work while in Dijon. Course offerings vary each year and may include a combination of the following: Romanesque and Medieval Architecture in Burgundy, French Civilization, 600-level graduate seminar, thesis hours, etc. 9

12 RECENT GRADUATE COURSE OFFERINGS Recent Graduate Course Offerings French 600 Level Seminars (recent sampling) Early Modern Subjects. Travel and print culture were two radical agents of change in early modern Europe. The dynamic and diverse cultural landscape generated new ways of pondering and a new kind of urgency to the most basic of questions: Who am I? This seminar engages philosophical and literary enquiries into the nature of human subjectivity, with a commitment to understanding the specificity of pre-romantic modes of self-understanding. Primary texts, including readings by Montaigne, Descartes, Racine, Corneille, Guyon, Pascal, Molie re, Lafayette, Cha telet, and Diderot, will be studied in tandem with a wide variety of critical interventions (Certeau, Farge, Grafton, Greenberg, Greenblatt, Jones & Stallybrass, Judovitz, Winnecott, Zemon Davis). Histoires amoureuses. Dans les anne es 30 du sie cle dernier, Denis de Rougemont a de crit un amour qui selon lui, est non seulement caracte ristique de la culture occidentale mais qui plus encore lui confe re son identite unique et pathe tique. C est l amour de la passion, l e ros a la fois charnel et mystique qui de passe les limites du monde connu et nous ouvre, dans une souffrance infinie, au de sir de l autre. Ce cours retracera l histoire de l amour et des amours dans les lettres françaises, depuis le moyen a ge de Tristan et Iseut jusqu aux visions tragiquement jubilatoires de Michel Houellebecq. Une histoire de l amour non seulement dans le sens d une e volution des diffe rentes re actions face a l expe rience e rotique, mais aussi dans le sens d une histoire de l Occident, et surtout de la litte rature française, qui prend forme et sens dans l e rotisme, c est-a -dire, l histoire telle que l amour l a cre e e. L e tude, donc, d une expe rience fondamentale et de finitoire qui se cache dans le myste re de sa simplicite me me et qui n aura jamais dit son dernier mot. En dehors des auteurs de ja cite s, nous e tudierons des trouve res me die vaux, Saint Bernard de Clairvaux, Molie re, Mme de Lafayette, le marquis de Sade, des poe tes romantiques, Stendhal, Kierkegaard, Apollinaire, Lacan, Kristeva, Levinas et Annie Ernaux, aussi bien qu un film de Jean Cocteau. Mais nous prendrons aussi le temps d appre cier ces textes selon leurs propres crite res, en dehors de la question directrice du cours. Discussions, lectures et devoirs en français. Cinema, Space, & Memory. Cinema, like photography, has long been thought of as a site of memory. It preserves an image of the real mummified, as Andre Bazin notes, in the celluloid strip. While the cinema does enact this miraculous effect, it animates the dead & sustains their memory so long as the material is conserved; it also produces what we might call memorial spaces, places in time and space in which to commemorate moments, individuals, and events. In this seminar, we will interrogate how space relates to the work of memory and how the cinematographic image functions to place and preserve experiences of personal and collective memory. Readings and viewings to include the works 10

13 RECENT GRADUATE COURSE OFFERINGS of Harvey, Z iz ek, Silverman, Jameson, Bachelard, Varda, Resnais, Schnabel, Marker, Auster and Kieslowski among others. The Question of Literature. What is literature? What is in this philosophical question par excellence, something called literature is confronted, as if philosophy could determine its essence, as if it were already decided that literature were a stable and coherent entity, something separate from philosophy or criticism, something that these discourses could hold at a distance, identify, and reflect on in a coherent way. But perhaps literature escapes this question, not only in the plurality of its forms and uses, but also because it is itself the site of a question posed to philosophy. That is, perhaps literature is capable of posing the question of its own being and mode of thinking, and in doing so, challenging some of philosophy s most deep-rooted assumptions. Literature s power to challenge philosophy has made the question what is literature? vital to contemporary French thought. In this seminar, we will explore this question by studying a few key works of modern literature alongside competing theorizations of the literary. We will examine the fraught relationship between literature and philosophy, as well as connections between literature and the other arts, through the question of the literary object and its various articulations. How has the question of literature been posed historically, and how might it be reconfigured for the future? We will begin with the stakes of the problem: Why, as Derrida claims, is literature the most interesting thing in the world, maybe more interesting than the world? Transgender French Literature. This graduate seminar conducted in English will focus on French texts before 1980 and contemporary US transgender theory (Transgender Studies Reader 1 and 2, Stryker's Transgender History). Variously interpreted through the centuries as any flavor of LGBTQ, these French texts should be re-examined in the light of what we now know about sex and gender. Among the French texts we will study are Balzac's short stories, Barthes's S/Z, and fictional stories and historical documents including medieval romance and hagiography (stories of gender-switching saints), Ovid's Metamorphoses, Joan of Arc, and figures like Beaumont, Choisy, Benserade, Philippe d'orle ans: spies, writers, and aristocrats who lived or performed as men and women, and wrote fictions, memoirs, theatrical scripts and other texts that called for, or recalled, their experience as another gender. What terms did they use to describe their experience? Why was that experience so relevant to their audience? How can we read pre-modern texts to expand our understanding of gender experience? Readings: literary texts from the 11th-20th c. and selections from: The Transgender Studies Reader (TSR) 1 and 2 (2006, 2013). Stryker, Transgender History (TH). Postcolonial/Queer/OOO Approaches to Pre-modern Literature. Queer and postcolonial theory analyze cultural phenomena that describe gays and urban working class as "racial deviants," label colonized people as "sexual deviants," and equate being gay and being colonized with being effeminate. To unravel these overlapping discourse structures, queer and postcolonial studies rely on the same theoretical foundation: French critical theory. In this seminar we will read some hallmark texts of French-inspired postcolonial and queer studies, as well as enter the emerging field of object studies, and discuss how these theoretical practices would apply to pre-modern texts. We will analyze fundamental theoretical texts of this tradition (Foucault, Fanon, Sedgwick, Edelman, Saïd, Serres). We 11

14 RECENT GRADUATE COURSE OFFERINGS will discuss the application of these theories to works of literature and cultural phenomena (McClintock, Ahmed, Freeman, Julien, Morton, Benett, Harman). We will debate the issue of historical vs. ahistorical readings as we apply postcolonial/queer/object theories to pre-modern texts, such as Marie de France s Lais and Molie re s Tartuffe. FRE 614: Introduction to the Literary Theory. This course offers an introduction to literary theory by concentrating on four different approaches to texts. The first part will address linguistic issues in literature by focusing on structuralism and its aftermath. Readings will include Saussure, Barthes, and Derrida. In the second part we will study psychoanalytic interpretations, with readings from Freud, Lacan, and Kristeva. Devoted to philosophical approaches, the third part will examine the peculiar being of literary texts and the specific thinking and experiences they construct. Readings will range from Hegel and Heidegger to Paul De Man. In the final part, we will talk about identity and political issues, including gender and globalism. Readings for this last part will include Luce Irigaray and Alain Badiou. This does not pretend to be a comprehensive overview of literary theory, but an attempt to examine some of literature s most fundamental questions through extreme thinkers and selected texts. Open to graduate students throughout the humanities by permission of the instructor. Discussions will be in English. Papers and readings will be in French only for students in the Department of French and Italian, in English for all others. 12

15 CORE READING LIST Core Reading List A literary history that will give a good over-view of the period is listed at the end of most sections; students should consult these to acquire background knowledge of general trends of each period. We recommend A New History of French Literature, ed. Denis Hollier for an overview of literary and cultural history. All of the poetry and selected readings may be found in a packet available in the Department Office. MEDIEVAL (in modern French translation): Representative poems by: Trouve res et Troubadours, d Orle ans, Pisan, and Villon La Chanson de Roland La Farce du cuvier Lais de Marie de France Lorris, Guillaume de. Le Roman de la rose Pisan, Christine de. La Cite des dames (prologue) Tristan et Iseut Troyes, Chre tien de. Yvain ou le chevalier au lion Recommended : Zink, Michel Litte rature française du Moyen Age SIXTEENTH CENTURY: Representative poems by: du Bellay, Labe, Sce ve, and Ronsard D Aubigne, Les Tragiques (Livre I: Mise res ) Du Bellay, De fense et illustration de la langue françoise Montaigne, Livre I: Avis au lecteur, de l oisivete, de l amitie, des cannibales Livre II: De l exercitation, de la ressemblance des enfants aux pe res Livre III: Des coches, De l experience Navarre, Heptame ron (prologue & 1 st day s nouvelles) Rabelais, Pantagruel Recommended : Aulotte, Robert Pre cis de la litte rature française du XVIe sie cle SEVENTEENTH CENTURY: (Selections available in the Supplemental Packet) Corneille, Le Cid, Illusion comique Descartes, Discours de la me thode La Bruye re, Les Caracte res (selections) La Fontaine, Fables (selections) La Rochefoucauld, Re flexions, ou sentences et maximes morales (selections) Lafayette, La Princesse de Cle ves 13

16 CORE READING LIST Molie re, Tartuffe, Le Misanthrope Pascal, Pense es (selections) Racine, Phe dre, Andromaque EIGHTEENTH CENTURY: Beaumarchais, Le Mariage de Figaro Cassirer, Ernst, The Philosophy of the Enlightenment (Chapter 1) D'Alembert, Discours pre liminaire a l'encyclope die Diderot, La religieuse, Le Re ve de D'Alembert Laclos, Les Liaisons dangereuses Montesquieu, Lettres persanes Pre vost, Manon Lescaut Rousseau, Les Confessions (livre I), Discours sur l'ine galite Sade, La philosophie dans le boudoir Voltaire, Lettres philosophiques NINETEENTH CENTURY: Representative poems by: Baudelaire, Hugo, Lamartine, Lautre amont, Mallarme, Musset, Nerval, Rimbaud, and Verlaine Balzac, Illusions perdues or La fille aux yeux d or, Adieu, and le Chef-d oeuvre inconnu Chateaubriand, Rene Duras, Ourika Flaubert, Madame Bovary Hugo, Le dernier jour d un condamne Musset, Lorenzaccio Stendhal, Le Rouge et le noir Zola, Nana TWENTIETH CENTURY: Representative poems by: Apollinaire, Char, Eluard, Ponge, Saint-John Perse and Vale ry Beckett, En attendant Godot Breton, Nadja Ce saire, La Trage die du roi Christophe Conde, Traverse e de la mangrove Djebar, L amour, la fantasia Duras, La douleur Genet, Les bonnes Gide, L'Immoraliste 14

17 CORE READING LIST Hebert, Les fous de Bassan Houellebecq, Les particules e le mentaires Modiano, Dora Bruder Proust, Combray Robbe-Grillet, La jalousie Salvayre, La compagnie des spectres Sartre, La nause e Recommended: Kritzman, Lawrence, ed. The Columbia History of Twentieth-Century French Thought Cultural Theorists (Two works from the following selection in the Theory Packet) Ce saire, Discours sur le colonialisme (excerpt) Cixous, Le rire de la me duse Deleuze & Guattari, Les machines de sirantes or Rhizome Derrida, Ce dangereux supple ment" or La Pharmacie de Platon Fanon, De la violence Foucault L ordre du discours or Nous autres victoriens Glissant, Poe tique de la relation (excerpt) Levinas, La philosophie et l ide e de l infini Lacan Le re ve de l injection d Irma or La signification du phallus, or Le stade du miroir comme formateur de la fonction du Je Memmi, Portrait du colonise, pre ce de de Portrait du colonisateur. (excerpt) Kristeva Nerval, El Desdichado Filmakers (two films of your choice) Renoir «La Re gle du jeu» Godard «A bout de souffle» Truffaut «Les 400 coups» Varda «Sans toit ni loi» Kieslowski «Bleu» Kassovitz «La Haine» 15

18 RESOURCES Resources The Graduate Student Association (GSA) promotes the academic, social and economic goals of Miami University's graduate students. GSA ensures that graduate students' needs are met by preserving and representing the rights and interests of all graduate students at Miami University. The GSA is a community of graduate students helping to make Miami University a great place to work, study, and live. Certain funds reserved for graduate student use are only available if a representative from the department attends every monthly meeting (see below). Website: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/miamigsa Oxford Visitor s Bureau: For those new to town, this is a great starting point to discover what Oxford has to offer in terms of food, drink, shopping, events, and more. Website: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enjoyoxford The Parking and Transportation Services Office manages access to and availability of campus parking resources and safe, reliable transportation alternatives for students, employees and guests at Miami University in support of the institution s mission and commitments to sustainability. Contact us for information regarding bus schedules, airport shuttles, and graduate faculty parking permits. Website: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/muparking International Students and Scholar Services provides international education services, consulting assistance, programming activities, and advocacy leadership in support of the University's international education goals. We help students, faculty and staff, academic departments and divisions, other campus units, and the administration to expand the international dimension in learning, teaching, research, creative activities, and service. Contact us for information regarding visas, immigration, housing, taxes, programs, and workshops. Website: https://www.units.miamioh.edu/internationalprograms/about.php Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/miamiohisss 16

19 RESOURCES The International Student Organization welcomes anyone with an interest in international and/or multicultural issues. Our organization aims to increase understanding of international issues, offer dynamic and relevant international-themed programming, improve and lobby for the creation of international student services, and provide avenues for intercultural exchange at Miami University by collaborating with university offices, student organizations and individuals in an atmosphere of mutual respect and positive engagement. Website: https://muhub.collegiatelink.net/organization/iso Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/muinternationalstudentorganization Conference Travel Funding: In the event that a student has submitted a paper to an academic conference outside of Oxford and been accepted, they may be eligible to receive funding from a combination of sources, including the Department of French and Italian, the Graduate School, and the Graduate Student Association. Contact the Graduate Director for more information, and download the appropriate form here. Website (all graduate forms): 17

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