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FREN-333 Contemporary French Canada: Culture, Language and Society
Faculty:
  • Santoro, Milena
  • After a brief historical summary, this course will focus on contemporary Quebec. Novels, poetry, films, and songs will be used to study important aspects of the culture, including societal structures, politics, education, language, and immigration, as well as aboriginal and gender issues. This course fulfills the upper-division culture requirement for the French major.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: FREN 151 and 1 course between FREN 161-262, or FREN 250 and FREN 251, or instructor's permission
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