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FREN 3309 Topics in French Culture and Civilization (Spring/Fall: 3 )

Course Description

This course introduces students to the study of French culture and its tradition by exploring questions related to contemporary France, its cultural history, monuments, and institutions. Discussions and students' work focus on a selection of relevant documents chosen from a variety of print and audio-visual documents. Students also continue to work on advanced topics of French grammar through structural exercises and guided written compositions. This course prepares students for 400-level courses in culture and civilization.

Schedule: Biennially

Instructor(s): Anne Kearney

Prerequisites: Four years of high school French or RL 209 or RL 210.

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Comments: Conducted in French
Fulfills one of the 3000-level requirements for the French major

Last Updated: 20-Feb-17