French Studies
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Fall Quarter

Dept Course No and Title Instructor
FRENCH (F19)1A  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 (F19)1A  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 (F19)1A  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 (F19)1A  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 (F19)1A  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 (F19)1A  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 (F19)2A  INTERMEDIATESTAFF
French and Francophone texts of contemporary literary or social interest, films, art, and the media provide the focus for more advanced conversation, reading, and composition. Classes are conducted entirely in French. Prerequisite: normally three years of high school French or one year of college French.
FRENCH (F19)2A  INTERMEDIATESTAFF
French and Francophone texts of contemporary literary or social interest, films, art, and the media provide the focus for more advanced conversation, reading, and composition. Classes are conducted entirely in French. Prerequisite: normally three years of high school French or one year of college French.
FRENCH (F19)2A  INTERMEDIATESTAFF
French and Francophone texts of contemporary literary or social interest, films, art, and the media provide the focus for more advanced conversation, reading, and composition. Classes are conducted entirely in French. Prerequisite: normally three years of high school French or one year of college French.
FRENCH (F19)50  LANGUAGE OF LOVEFARBMAN, H.
This course will consider some particularly influential representations of love in French literature, film, and theory. We will pay special attention to French reflections on the complex relationship between love and language—between the “real thing” and talk about it. Reading and viewing will include classic works by Prévost, Flaubert, Bédier, Chabrol, Renoir, Barthes, Girard, and Denis de Rougemont.
FRENCH (F19)117  FRENCH THEATERVAN DEN ABBEELE, G.
No detailed description available.
FRENCH (F19)150  TBAFARBMAN, H.
No detailed description available.