Below are descriptions of every course potentially offered by the department.  Please check ConnectCarolina for the most up-to-date offerings.

 

Course Name
FREN 401 Beginning Accelerated French
FREN 402 Intermediate Accelerated French
FREN 437 Literary and Cultural Theory in France
FREN 452 Muslim Women in France and the United States
FREN 490 The Climate of Modernity: Literary Ecologies of the Anthropocene
FREN 500 Research Methods in French and European Studies
FREN 504 Cultural Wars: French/United States Perspectives
FREN 515 Social Networks: Technology and Community in Modern France
FREN 554 Writing the Mediterranean: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on the Early Modern World
FREN 555 Crossing Gazes: Multidirectional and Conflicting Memories of Algeria
FREN 561 French Renaissance Literature and Culture
FREN 563 Studies in the Anglo-French Renaissance: Montaigne, Shakespeare, and Early Modern Political Thought
FREN 565 French Phonetics and Phonology
FREN 575 20th- and 21st-Century Francophone Literature and the Visual Arts
FREN 583 Eighteenth-Century Literature & Culture
FREN 590 Special Topics: Jean-Luc Godard and Cinema
FREN 594 Writing the Mediterranean
FREN 601 French for Reading
FREN 611 French Novelists of the 20th Century
FREN 613 20th-Century Literature
FREN 615 Readings in Francophone Literature
FREN 616 Readings in Cultural Studies
FREN 617 Framing Identities: Franco-Arab Transvisual Transcultural Contexts
FREN 630 Postmodernisms
FREN 661 Studies in French Renaissance
FREN 662 Poetry of the French Renaissance
FREN 670 News, Media, and Culture in 17th-Century France (1650-1715). Manufacturing ‘The Latest’ in Early Modernity
FREN 675 Literature and Enlightenment (17th-18th centuries)
FREN 685 Libertinism
FREN 687 Diaspora and Transculturalism in Québécois Literature
FREN 690 Theater and the Past: History as Repertoire
FREN 691H Honors Thesis in French
FREN 692H Honors Thesis in French