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FREN 3318. TOPICS OF IDENTITY IN FRANCE AND THE FRENCH-SPEAKING WORLD. 3 Hours.

This course is a study of places, periods, persons, or questions that helped define French and French-speaking cultural identity, from its origins to the present. Issues studied include linguistic choice, immigration, citizenship, religion, schools, and the representation of women and other groups. No prior knowledge of French language or culture is necessary. Taught in English. May be repeated as the topic changes. Offered as MODL 3318 and FREN 3318; credit will be granted for either MODL or FREN. Students who are working toward a major or minor in French will be required to take FREN 3318.

Modern Languages - Undergraduate Programs

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The Department of Modern Languages (MODL) offers courses in American Sign Language ,   Arabic , Chinese , French , German , Korean , Russian , and Spanish .

Global Studies

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Sociology - Undergraduate Programs

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...FREN 3316. TOPICS IN CITIES OF FRANCE* FREN...SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT SOCI 3318. SELF AND SOCIAL...