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Dr. Mélanie Lamotte

Dr. Mélanie Lamotte joins UT Austin as an Assistant Professor of French starting in Fall 2022. Before joining us at UT, she was Assistant Professor and Andrew W. Mellon Junior Professor in the Department of French & Italian of Tulane University, and a Research Fellow (2021-22) at the Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University.

In Fall 2022 she will be teaching "Francophone Lit and Culture".

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Arianna Avalle (Graduate)

Arianna Avalle is a PhD candidate in Italian Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. In May 2020 she received a Master of Arts in Italian Studies at the University of Texas. In May 2018 she graduated Summa Cum Laude and with the Highest Honors from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and a minor in European Studies. 

In Fall 2022 she will be teaching "Ferrante Fever: Lit, Film and TV".

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Francesca Beretta (Graduate)

Francesca Beretta is an Italian Studies PhD candidate at UT FRIT. She received her MA in Language and Linguistics from Lancaster University, UK. In Spring 2022 she will be teaching "Advanced Italian".

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Why Study Italian?

๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐ŸŒ Why study Italian? Check out this video and explore course offerings in the department here

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