Italian studies at Bowdoin offers students the opportunity to develop their fluency in Italian and their understanding of the rich cultures and literatures of the Italian-speaking world—skills that will prepare students for international work or graduate study.
Student stands beside her fellowship presentation
Lexy Gray, major in Italian Studies and Psychology, won the Watson national fellowship. She says: ''What I proposed for the Watson project was inspired by what I did over the summer in Rome. It's what I'm doing with my independent study now in the Italian department. The project is looking at how cultural values of family impact criminal justice systems. I will be traveling in Norway, New Zealand, Japan, Israel."