Catalog Year: 2016-2017
Associate Professor Jellenik
Visiting Instructor Cottrant-Estell
The courses for this program are organized into the following categories:
Taught in English translation, interdisciplinary or comparative literature courses approach the literature of a particular language discipline in a larger cultural context. These courses are open to students of all majors.
This class examines the existentialist trend in French theory and fiction. Recommended for but not limited to French majors. French majors read the fiction (not the theory) in French and write papers and essays in French. This course is taught in English. Cross-Listed FREN 202.
A topics course exploring an author, movement, or genre in depth. This course can be repeated for additional credits as long as the section topics are different Recent section topics include French Literature and Film, Women Writers of France, French Short Story. Readings may be done in translation. Consult the online course schedule for information about the topics currently scheduled to be taught. Cross-listed as FREN 460.
Studies the literary expression of French speaking peoples of France, Africa, the Caribean, and Canada. Cross-listed as FREN 261.
Studies the various theories pertaining to the translation of literature. Cross-listed as FREN 361.
This class examines the existentialist trend in French theory and fiction. This course is taught in English. Cross-listed as FREN 402.
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