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Welcome to the Department of Italian at Columbia University. Drawing on a distinguished history initiated in 1825 by Lorenzo Da Ponte, celebrated librettist of Mozart's operas and first teacher of Italian at Columbia University, the department is known for providing broad coverage of Italian literature and boasts a faculty that represents a diverse spectrum of interests and critical approaches.

In addition, students are able to take advantage of the rich cultural and scholarly programs sponsored by the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America. The Paterno collection, housed in Butler Library, is a unique resource for the study of Italian literature.

For inquiries into the Department and its Undergraduate and Graduate degrees offered please contact 212-854-2308 or italian@columbia.edu.


Columbia University Department of Italian
502 Hamilton Hall, Mail Code 2827
1130 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027
Phone: (212) 854-2308
Fax: (212) 854-5306

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