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FREN 4310. GRAPHIC NOVELS AND THE MEDICAL WORLD. 3 Hours.

This course examines the ways in which the comic book medium can bring new insights to patient, healthcare, and clinical experiences. Students will become familiar with both major works of graphic medicine and key theoretical texts related to sequential art and to pathographies (autobiographies that revolve particularly around health issues). Includes a cultural comparison component through patient and practitioner stories from an American and from a French perspective. Taught in English. Students in French can read the material in French and write assignments in French with permission of the instructor. Prerequisite:FREN 2314.

Global Studies

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Sociology - Undergraduate Programs

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...FREN 3316. TOPICS IN CITIES OF FRANCE* FREN...MODERN THEATRE HISTORY THEA 4310. MUSICAL THEATRE HISTORY...