Fall French Courses

Fall 2021 French courses

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FRIT-F501
4:55P - 6:55P T

Overview of French literature of the medieval period. Close readings of primary texts will focus on major themes of this period, such as amour courtois, chivalry, Arthurian legend, and the merveilleux, while secondary texts will present a variety of contemporary critical approaches.

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FRIT-F580
4:15P - 5:30P MW

Broadly speaking, Applied Linguistics is the field of study that seeks to apply findings from core areas of linguistics to real-world issues. Our focus will be the application of selected findings in linguistics to the pedagogy of French as a foreign language in the United States.

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FRIT-F671
3:15P - 4:30P, TR

In this seminar we will examine both (1) the overarching theoretical questions about the nature of syntactic change that arise in the generative tradition and (2) many specific case studies from the recent and long-term histories of French and Romance, English and Germanic, and various other languages.

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