Institut d'études politiques, Paris
"The French Debate on Reparations for Slavery: A Pragmatic Approach"
This course examines the impact of immigration on contemporary French society and analyzes debates over citizenship, integration, and multiculturalism. Variable credit 3-4 credits, the fourth credit is for those who will do the study abroad segment at the end, pending funding. Recommended Prerequisite(s): Completion of one 300-level course or permission of instructor
Examination of the origins of the legend of King Arthur and reasons for its popularity, particularly in literature of the French Middle Ages but also in other medieval literatures of Western Europe. Includes discussion of the legend's influence in diverse areas even in modern times. Recommended Prerequisite(s): Completion of one 300-level course or permission of instructor
Topics may vary. Please consult with the department for additional information. Taught in French. Repeatable for Credit.
A course dedicated, to reading closely some of the great poets of the modern period - from Hugo to Baudelaire to Prevert - and, to the art of translation as a tool for reflecting on the subtleties of the French language and the special shape of the poetic. Recommended Prerequisite(s): FREN 202 or FREN 264 or placement test.
Acquisition of French phonetic system through intensive class and laboratory practice. Contrast analysis of the French and English phonetic systems. Minimal use of technical terminology. Recommended Prerequisite(s): FREN 202 or FREN 264 or placement test.