FRE - 3502 - Francophone Cultures

Description

A study of the cultures of countries or regions where French is used as the (or one of the) official language(s) or, in a less official capacity, by a segment of the population. Study of some of the historical, conceptual, practical and problematic aspects of Francophonie. Also concentrates on one specific area (the Caribbean or West Africa or Quebec, etc., on a rotating basis). Literary samples are included. (H and N)

Frequency: Intermittent

Last Offered: Fall 2019

Fulfills the following requirements:

Course prerequisites include some or all of:

FRE - 2221

Fall 2019 Offerings - Best viewed on a desktop

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Class times to be announced (TBA):

Period Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri
1 - 7:25am
2 - 8:30am
3 - 9:35am
4 - 10:40am
5 - 11:45am
6 - 12:50pm
7 - 1:55pm
8 - 3:00pm
9 - 4:05pm
10 - 5:10pm
11 - 6:15pm
E1 - 7:20pm
E2 - 8:20pm
E3 - 9:20pm