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FRENĀ 373: Genre Studies

Students study a particular genre or medium (e.g., novel, play, poetry, short story, film) from a variety of periods and authors, with particular emphasis on form. Coursework includes close reading, discussion, in-depth analysis and interpretation of works. Sample topics: "The Short Story," "Autobiography," and "The African Novel." May be repeated if genre is different. Taught in French.
Prerequisite: minimum of one 270-level course.

Management Studies

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...Studies FREN 250 Speaking (of) French FREN 251...Creative Nonfiction Writing ENGL 373 Advanced Creative Nonfiction...

Africa and the Americas

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...Americas) FREN 271 The Francophone World FREN 372 Topics in Francophone Studies FREN 373 Genre...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...ENGL 347 Topics in Post-Colonial Literatures FREN 373 Genre Studies (for majors) HIST 151...