Romance Studies: French Language & Literature

  • GRS LF 621: Reading French for Graduate Students
    Designed for graduate degree candidates preparing for language reading examinations. Develops skills in interpreting written French with minimal phonological or cultural references. Practice in translating passages relating to the sciences and humanities. No previous knowledge of French required. Students will not receive graduate credit for this course and there is no tuition charge.
  • GRS LF 850: Topics in French Literature
    Satisfies departmental theory requirement. Topic for Fall 2018: Literary Theory from Structuralism to Post-colonialism. Survey of important theoretical works and trends from structuralism through post-colonial theory. Theoretical essays are read in tandem with literary works. Also offered as GRS LS 850 C1.
  • GRS LF 860: Seminar: Topics in French Literature
    Topic for Fall 2018: Mallarm? and the Fate of Reading. An examination of the poetry and prose of one of the central figures of the French canon. Elements of a history of French thought since World War II in terms of the light cast by various French thinkers on Mallarm?'s achievement.
  • GRS LF 951: Directed Study: French Language and Literature
    Hours arranged. Consent of instructor and department.
  • GRS LF 952: Directed Study: French Language and Literature
    Hours arranged. Consent of instructor and department.