Intro to French/Francophone Studies: Social and Political Literature

FRIT-F300 — Fall 2020

Brett Bowles
Days and Times
9:25 - 10:40 am TR
Course Description

This course examines various genres of French literature (poetry, theater, the short story, the essay, novella) as expressions of social and political thought, focusing on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Thematic units will include inter-class power relations; religious hypocrisy; race and colonialism; anti-war protest; love, power, and gender relations.  This course will be taught entirely in French.

Class 2094 and class 12343 meet together. Class 12343 is for Hutton Honors College students only.

Interested in this course?

The full details of this course are available on the Office of the Registrar website.

See complete course details