Advanced study of French sounds, phonetic transcription, practice in pronunciation; required of teaching majors.
An integrated treatment of a specific theme, to be announced by a group of specialists in different fields.
Intensive grammar and reading for graduate students and undergraduates with little or no experience in French. Readings from appropriate texts in the humanities, sciences, social sciences. May not be counted toward L&S foreign language requirement. Does not count towards the French major.
Pre-Reqs: Not open to Fr
An introduction to political, social, intellectual, artistic and literary developments in French and Francophone culture, within the time period from the French Revolution to the current era.
An introduction to the political, social, intellectual, artistic and literary development of French culture, from its origins to the French Revolution (1789).
Introduction to important literary works of modernity (from the French Revolution to the twenty-first century). Classes conducted in French.
Introduction to important literary works from the medieval era to the French Revolution. Classes conducted in French.
Develops students' writing and oral expression at an advanced level through writing and discussion of internet journalism, translation, or creative genres.
Trains students to write essays on a variety of topics, using different registers of French, and work to correct pronunciation and improve conversation skills.