French Studies
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Spring Quarter

Dept Course No and Title Instructor
FRENCH (S20)1C  FUNDAMENTALSSTAFF
Students are taught to conceptualize in French as they learn to understand, read, write, and speak. Students develop an awareness of and sensibility to French and Francophone life and culture through reading, film, the media, and class discussion. Classes are conducted in French.
FRENCH (S20)1C  FUNDAMENTALSMIJALSKI, M.
Students are taught to conceptualize in French as they learn to understand, read, write, and speak. Students develop an awareness of and sensibility to French and Francophone life and culture through reading, film, the media, and class discussion. Classes are conducted in French.
FRENCH (S20)1C  FUNDAMENTALSMIJALSKI, M.
Students are taught to conceptualize in French as they learn to understand, read, write, and speak. Students develop an awareness of and sensibility to French and Francophone life and culture through reading, film, the media, and class discussion. Classes are conducted in French.
FRENCH (S20)1C  FUNDAMENTALSSTAFF
Students are taught to conceptualize in French as they learn to understand, read, write, and speak. Students develop an awareness of and sensibility to French and Francophone life and culture through reading, film, the media, and class discussion. Classes are conducted in French.
FRENCH (S20)1BC  INTENSV FUND FRENCHKLEIN TOPAN, L.
No detailed description available.
FRENCH (S20)1BC  INTENSV FUND FRENCHMIJALSKI, M.
No detailed description available.
FRENCH (S20)1BCSP  ACCELERATED FRENCHMIJALSKI, M.
Accelerated second half of first-year French for Hispanophone students.
Teaches conceptualizing in French while learning to read, write, and
speak using knowledge of Spanish. Develops awareness of and sensibility
to French and Francophone life and culture through reading, viewing,
discussing.

Prerequisite: FRENCH 1ABSP or FRENCH 1AB or FRENCH S1AB or FRENCH 1B.
FRENCH 1ABSP with a grade of C or better. FRENCH 1AB with a grade of C
or better. FRENCH S1AB with a grade of C or better. FRENCH 1B with a
grade of C or better. Two years of high school Spanish, one semester of
college Spanish, or heritage speaker of Spanish.

Overlaps with FRENCH 1B, FRENCH 1BC, FRENCH S1BC, FRENCH 1C.
FRENCH (S20)2C  INTERMEDIATEMIJALSKI, M.
No detailed description available.
FRENCH (S20)2C  INTERMEDIATEKLEIN TOPAN, L.
No detailed description available.
FRENCH (S20)50  FRENCH INTELLECTUALFREI, P.
No detailed description available.
FRENCH (S20)63  FRENCH WORK WORLDMIJALSKI, M.
French 63:  Culture of Business in France

This course explores the culture of work and business in France with an
emphasis on oral communication while also developing reading and writing
skills for French in a professional context. Students will learn to
describe and discuss professional interactions in French, business
practices in France, compose letters and reports in French including a
French curriculum vitae and cover letter, and build vocabulary in
specific professional fields. Taught in French.
FRENCH (S20)120  FRENCH CINEMA 1930-FARBMAN, H.
An introduction to French film from 1930-present, through close analysis of selected major works. Topics to be discussed will include the relation between fiction and documentary; shifting relations between film and the other arts; and questions concerning the representation of race, class, gender, and sexuality. This course complements the other film courses in the French curriculum; the course will include no films studied in other French film courses. This course is taught in French. All viewing, writing, and reading for the course will be done in French.
FRENCH (S20)170  BLK INTERNATIONALSMNOLAND, C.
The term “Black Internationalism” refers to a movement of African and African diasporic peoples to unite across national and ethnic boundaries.  In dialogue with the Socialist tradition (often identified with the rise of the industrial worker in the late 18th century) and Communism (a movement established by Marx and Engels in 1848), Black Internationalism developed into a race- and culture-based critique of these allied European movements.  The first Pan-African Conference was held in London in 1900, giving birth to many subsequent activities that joined together the cultural elites of the Black world and advancing what is arguably the greatest challenge to—and extension of—Enlightenment thought.  In this course, we will study the literature of Black writers involved in the political and cultural agitation of the 20th century.  Readings will include writings by W. E. B. Dubois, Marcus Garvey, Claude McKay, Langston Hughes, Paulette Nardal, Aimé Césaire, Frantz Fanon, C. L. R. James, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, Edouard Glissant, Paul Gilroy, and Brent Hayes Edwards.