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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
ROMANCE LANGUAGES & LITERATURE
FRENCH

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FRENCH 101 Elementary French (5)
Development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills to a basic level of proficiency. Teaches students to communicate in French and understand the cultural context of the language. Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Oral practice in the language laboratory is required. First in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: score of 0-14 on FR TL placement test if French is language of admission.
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FRENCH 102 Elementary French (5)
Development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills to a basic level of proficiency. Teaches students to communicate in French and understand the cultural context of the language. Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Oral practice in the language laboratory is required. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: either FRENCH 101 or score of 15-30 on FR TL placement test.
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FRENCH 103 Elementary French (5)
Development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills to a basic level of proficiency. Teaches students to communicate in French and understand the cultural context of the language. Methods and objectives are primarily oral-aural. Oral practice in the language laboratory is required. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: either FRENCH 102, FRENCH 110, or score of 31-56 on FR TL placement test.
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FRENCH 134 First-year Intensive French (15)
Equivalent of FRENCH 101, FRENCH 102, FRENCH 103. No more than 15 credits allowed for any combination of FRENCH 101, FRENCH 102, FRENCH 103, and FRENCH 134. Offered: S.
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FRENCH 199 Foreign Study - Elementary (4-16, max. 16)
Elementary level instruction in approved foreign study program. Students who wish to satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement must see the departmental adviser and may be required to take additional courses through FRENCH 103.
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FRENCH 201 Intermediate French (5) VLPA
Designed to bring students to an intermediate level of proficiency. Emphasis on experiencing the language in context through a multi-media approach. First in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: either FRENCH 103, FRENCH 134, or score of 57-100 on FR TL placement test.
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FRENCH 202 Intermediate French (5) VLPA
Designed to bring students to an intermediate level of proficiency. Emphasis on experiencing the language in context through a multi-media approach. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: FRENCH 201.
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FRENCH 203 Intermediate French (5) VLPA
Designed to bring students to an intermediate level of proficiency. Emphasis on experiencing the language in context through a multi-media approach. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: FRENCH 202.
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FRENCH 207 Second-Year Reading (5) VLPA
Intermediate vocabulary building and reading of literary texts. Students receiving credit for FRENCH 207 may subsequently earn credit for lower-division French courses involving other skills.
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FRENCH 210 Paris (5) VLPA/I&S
Taught in English. Provides an introduction to the art, architecture, politics, and literature of the City of Light.
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FRENCH 211 Renaissance, Enlightenment, Revolution: Major Works in English (5) VLPA/I&S
Introduction to major figures of French culture from the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century, their contributions to the intellectual life of the Western world. Readings include Montaigne, Descartes, Rousseau, Voltaire, and Moliere. In English. Offered: jointly with JSIS D 217.
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FRENCH 212 French Masterworks: Modern in English (5) VLPA
Introduction to major figures of French culture from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Readings include Balzac, Flaubert, Proust, Sartre, and Celine. In English.
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FRENCH 214 The French Fairy Tale Tradition in English (5) VLPA Delcourt
French fairy tales as a major trend in French literature and a continuing influence on modern fictions and films. Particular attention given to the numerous French women writers of fairy tales at the time of Charles Perrault (seventeenth century) and after. In English.
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FRENCH 224 Culture and Media Forms (5) VLPA/I&S
Explores French, Francophone, and European culture in history through a focus on varied and evolving media forms: manuscripts, printed books, digital media, visual forms, etc. Taught in English. Offered: jointly with JSIS A 224.
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FRENCH 227 Intermediate Conversational French (2, max. 8) VLPA
Practice of intermediate-level French conversational skills through class discussion and oral presentations. Topics oriented toward French culture and current events. Prerequisite: FRENCH 103
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FRENCH 228 The Water Crisis in Literature and Film (5) VLPA/I&S Watts
Interprets a variety of texts (literary, cinematic, etc.) that address the water crisis to understand how water's meaning has changed as people become more conscious of risks in supply (pollution and natural/man-made scarcity) and as access to it is increasingly mediated in light of things like privatization and commodification. Offered: jointly with LIT 228.
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FRENCH 234 Intermediate French Immersion (15) VLPA
Covers the equivalent of second-year French (FRENCH 201, FRENCH 202, FRENCH 203) through an alternative "planned immersion" method with video as the central medium of presentation. Prerequisite: either FRENCH 103, FRENCH 134, or score of 57-100 on FR TL placement test.
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FRENCH 237 Foreign Study Conversational French (2-8, max. 8) VLPA
For participants in foreign study programs.
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FRENCH 250 History of French Cinema in English (5) VLPA
History of cinema in France from the birth of film, the seventh art, to the present. Socio-historical context of French cinema explored. In English.
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FRENCH 297 Foreign Study - French Civilization (3/6, max. 6) VLPA
For participants in the Study Abroad Program. Literary tradition, social and cultural values as reflected in literature. Paper (in English) and higher degree of participation required to earn 6 credits. In English.
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FRENCH 299 Foreign Study - Intermediate (4-16, max. 16) VLPA
Intermediate instruction in approved foreign study program. Evaluation by departmental adviser required to establish proficiency. Further study at 200-level subject to departmental evaluation.
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FRENCH 301 Advanced French (5) VLPA
Designed to bring students to an advanced level of proficiency in grammar and composition. Emphasis on experiencing the language in context through a multi-media approach. FRENCH 303 prepares students for literature classes. First in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: either FRENCH 203 or FRENCH 234.
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FRENCH 302 Advanced French (5) VLPA
Designed to bring students to an advanced level of proficiency in grammar and composition. Emphasis on experiencing the language in context through a multi-media approach. FRENCH 303 prepares students for literature classes. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: FRENCH 301.
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FRENCH 303 Advanced French (5) VLPA
Designed to bring students to an advanced level of proficiency in grammar and composition. Emphasis on experiencing the language in context through a multi-media approach. FRENCH 303 prepares students for literature classes. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: FRENCH 302.
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FRENCH 304 Survey of French Literature: Origins to 1600 (5) VLPA
Thematic and formal developments in literature of the period with emphasis on movements and texts in relation to cultural background. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303, which may be taken concurrently.
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FRENCH 305 Survey of French Literature: 1600-1789 (5) VLPA
Emphasis on literary movements and texts in relation to cultural background. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303, which may be taken concurrently.
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FRENCH 306 Survey of French Literature: 1789 to the Present (5) VLPA
Development of modern literature through its most important writers and movements. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303, which may be taken concurrently.
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FRENCH 307 Survey of Francophone Literatures and Cultures (5) VLPA
Survey of contemporary Francophone (post) colonial literatures and cultures. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303, which may be taken concurrently.
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FRENCH 308 Foreign Study Composition (3-5, max. 10) VLPA
For participants in foreign study programs. Compositions on topical subjects of intermediate difficulty relating to the civilization of the French-speaking countries of Europe. Grammar review as needed. Prerequisite: FRENCH 203.
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FRENCH 313 Business Communication in French (5) VLPA
Offers students the opportunity to develop French language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) within the context of the French-speaking business world. Business-specific culture emphasized. May be taken in lieu of, or in addition to FRENCH 303. Prerequisite: FRENCH 302.
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FRENCH 320 French Language and Cultural Identity (5) VLPA/I&S
Explores the French language as social practice. Students learn of the social aspect of the evolution of the French language, the dynamic relationship between language and identity, and the linguistic and cultural diversity in the Francophone world. Texts in English. Prerequisite: either FRENCH 103 or FRENCH 134.
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FRENCH 327 Advanced Conversation (2, max. 8) VLPA
Not open to students whose native language is French. Prerequisite: FRENCH 203.
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FRENCH 337 Foreign Study Conversational French (2-8, max. 8) VLPA
For participants in foreign study programs. Prerequisite: FRENCH 203.
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FRENCH 376 Culture, Politics, and Society in France from the Religious Wars to Revolutions (5) VLPA/I&S
Studies the development of intellectual, literary, and artistic cultures in the context of the profound political and social evolutions of the Renaissance through the early nineteenth century in France. Taught in English.
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FRENCH 378 The Making of Contemporary France (5) VLPA/I&S
Study of the historical origins and subsequent development of contemporary problems and characteristics of French government and politics, economy, and society. Prerequisite: FRENCH 203.
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FRENCH 390 Supervised Study (2-6, max. 20)
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FRENCH 397 Foreign Study French Civilization (3/6, max. 6) VLPA
For participants in the foreign study program. Literary tradition, social and cultural values as reflected in literature. Paper (in French) and higher degree of participation required to earn 6 credits. In French. Prerequisite: FRENCH 203.
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FRENCH 404 Old French (5) VLPA
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FRENCH 406 Advanced French Composition (5) VLPA
Extensive guidance in advanced French composition, emphasizing stylistics and grammar. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303.
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FRENCH 411 Topics in the Middle Ages (5) VLPA
Sixteenth-century literature with emphasis on poetry and the general artistic ambiance. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304. FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 412 Topics in Sixteenth Century French Literature (5) VLPA
An introduction to major French literature and culture of the sixteenth century, usually with a guiding theme such as travel and the court. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 413 Topics in Seventeenth Century Literature (5) VLPA
Seventeenth-century literature, with emphasis on the development of classicism. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 414 French Literature of the Eighteenth Century: Enlightenment (5) VLPA
Eighteenth-century literature, with emphasis on the development of the Enlightenment ideology. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 415 French Literature of the Eighteenth Century: Post-Enlightenment (5) VLPA
Eighteenth-century literature, with emphasis on the "dark side of the Enlightenment" and nascent romanticism. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 416 French Literature of the Nineteenth Century: Romanticism (5) VLPA
Nineteenth-century literature, with emphasis on romanticism and the early manifestations of realism. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306 or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 418 French Literature of the Early Twentieth Century (5) VLPA
Twentieth-century literature, with emphasis on the period 1900-1939. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 419 French Literature Since World War II (5) VLPA
Twentieth-century literature, with emphasis on the period 1939 to the present. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 420 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature (5) VLPA
Interdisciplinary studies in French literature and culture, focusing on the complex interactions of literature and other disciplines, i.e. philosophy, psychoanalysis, anthropology, architecture. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 421 Psychoanalysis and Literature (5) VLPA Borch-Jacobsen
Readings from Freud and French critical writers regarding the relationship between psychoanalysis and literature. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 427 Fiction: Twentieth Century (5) VLPA
Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 431 Critical Approaches to French Poetry (5) VLPA
Interdisciplinary approaches to French poetry focusing on the intersection of fine art, cultural movements, and the production of literature in the Second Empire and the Third Republic. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 432 Critical Approaches to French Fiction (5) VLPA
Addresses theory and practice of fiction within the context of a given century or movement. Content varies. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 435 Topics in Non-Fiction (5) VLPA
Content varies. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 441 Quebecois Literature (5) VLPA
Readings of novels, plays, and occasionally, poetry. Special attention paid to how Quebecois authors represent in their works the complex socio-political reality of their culture. Conducted in French. French majors required to read and write in French; all others may read and write in English. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307. Offered: jointly with JSIS A 441.
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FRENCH 445 Women Writers (5) VLPA
Focuses on French women writers and writing about women. Chronological and geographic range varies. Gender issues addressed in critical fashion, considering the different historical and ideological contexts in which each of the works was produced. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 448 Cultures of Franco-America (5) VLPA/I&S, DIV
Considers a broad range of literary and cultural texts emerging from the long history of the French in North America and Americans in France. Traces processes of racialization; paying particular attention to intersections between race and class, gender, and sexuality. Texts in French and English. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 450 Themes in French Literature and Culture (5) VLPA
Interdisciplinary studies in French literature and culture, focusing on the construction and representation of gender roles in the French novel from the early eighteenth century. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 451 History and Literature of the French Religious Wars (5) VLPA/I&S
Major political, social, and religious movements and events of, and related to, the French religious wars of 1560 to the end of the century, along with the treatment of these in the prose, poetry, and drama of the period. For students receiving French credit, readings must be done in French. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 455 One Author in French Literature/Culture (5, max. 15) VLPA
In-depth focus on the works of one author in French literature or culture. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 457 One Decade in French Literature and Culture (5, max. 15) VLPA
Content varies. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 458 French Art and Literature: Period Studies (5) VLPA
Comparative studies of theme and technique in art and literature to illustrate major concerns of a particular period as expressed in these two media. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 461 Seventeenth-Century Drama (5) VLPA
Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 463 Nineteenth-Century Drama (5) VLPA
Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 465 Twentieth-Century Drama (5) VLPA
Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 470 Cinema (5) VLPA
Major films and figures of French cinema from the beginnings to the present. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 472 French-English/English-French Translation (5) VLPA
Intense practice of translation from English into French and from French into English. Translation issues specific to French and English syntactic, semantic, and grammatical differences with emphasis on the naturalness of the target language and the accuracy of the translation of the source language. Conducted in French. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 473 Introduction to Localization and Project Management (5)
Covers basic concepts of translation, localization, and internationalization. Explores rationales for localizing products; history and future of the industry; workflows, professional roles, and localization tools. Includes the application of central concepts of localization to real-life situations; and introduction to the basics of localization project management. Offered: jointly with JSIS D 473; S.
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FRENCH 474 Localization: Technology and Tools (5)
Covers basic concepts of localization and internationalization. Examines how technology and tools are applied to solving translation and localization scenarios in the real world. Includes daily tasks and basic steps; machine translation; community localization; and experience with actual localization tools. Offered: jointly with JSIS D 474; S.
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FRENCH 490 Honors Seminar (2-5, max. 10) VLPA
Special studies in French literature. Required of candidates for Honors in French. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 499 Special Topics (1-5, max. 10)
Topics to meet specific needs. Prerequisite: FRENCH 303; either FRENCH 304, FRENCH 305, FRENCH 306, or FRENCH 307.
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FRENCH 510 Methodology of French Language Teaching (3)
Theoretical and practical foundation of teaching French. Major topics include modern theories of language and language acquisition which underlie modern methods of foreign language teaching, teaching techniques, testing, and classroom relations with emphasis on the multiple-approach direct method. Required for beginning French teaching assistants. Credit/no-credit only.
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FRENCH 515 French Literature of the High Middle Ages (5, max. 10)
Old French literature, from the beginning to 1315. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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FRENCH 516 Middle French Literature (5, max. 10)
French literature from 1315 to 1500. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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FRENCH 541 History of the French Language (5)
Survey of the phonological, morphological, and syntactical development of the French language from its origins to the present.
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FRENCH 552 Manuscript Cultures (5)
Techniques, terminology, and bibliography of manuscript scholarship. The production of manuscripts from Antiquity through the Renaissance; the evolution of scripts; the rise of literacy; and the development of libraries in Italy and France. Topics and methods include material philology, textual criticism, relations between text/image, and the digitalization of manuscripts. Offered: jointly with ITAL 552.
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FRENCH 553 Topics in Print Culture (5)
Key readings, theoretical questions, and critical approaches in book history, focusing on printed texts from Gutenberg to today. The impacts of evolving technologies, material forms, and circulation within French, Italian, and other literary traditions. Methods and tools for evaluating an interpreting these impacts (bibliography, historie du livre, and textual scholarship). Offered: jointly with ITAL 553.
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FRENCH 565 Studies in French Drama (5, max. 10)
Studies in French drama, sixteenth to twentieth centuries.
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FRENCH 570 Seminar in Cinema (5, max. 10)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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FRENCH 575 Literary Criticism (5)
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FRENCH 576 Critical Methodology (5)
Basic scholarly tools of bibliography; historical review of literary doctrine; an introduction to critical methodology.
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FRENCH 577 Modern Critical Methods (5)
Modern critical methodology and theory.
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FRENCH 590 Special Seminar and Conference (1-10, max. 30)
Group seminars, or individual conferences, are scheduled under this number to meet special needs. Prerequisite: permission of the Graduate Program Coordinator.
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FRENCH 591 Literary Problems: Middle Ages (5, max. 10)
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FRENCH 592 Literary Problems: Renaissance (5, max. 10)
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FRENCH 593 Literary Problems: Seventeenth Century (5, max. 10)
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FRENCH 594 Literary Problems: Eighteenth Century (5, max. 10)
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FRENCH 595 Literary Problems: Nineteenth Century (5, max. 10)
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FRENCH 596 Literary Problems: Twentieth Century (5, max. 10)
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FRENCH 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)
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FRENCH 700 Master's Thesis (*-)
Credit/no-credit only.
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FRENCH 800 Doctoral Dissertation (*-)
Credit/no-credit only.
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