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Spring 2023

Undergraduate Courses being offered in Spring 2023

These are courses that may be of interest to advanced undergraduate students.

This list is for reference purposes only.  Please check ConnectCarolina for all official course offerings & meeting times for the semester.

For questions about any of our majors, minors or Study Abroad, please contact a ROMS advisor.

First Year Seminars & Special Topic Romance Language Courses

Forging Alliances: Religion, War, and Cultural Transference on the Camino de Santiago
FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR: Déjà vu–Medicine and Narration across Time and Space

To see all additional Romance Studies undergraduate courses being offered for Spring 2023, please select below:

FREN 186
Food for Thought: Cultures of Cuisine in Modern France
FREN 255
Conversation I
FREN 260
Literature and the French-Speaking World
FREN 288
Francophone Caribbean Literature in Translation
FREN 300
French Grammar Review and Composition
FREN 311 & 312
For students enrolled in UNC in Montpellier
FREN 354
Francophone Poetry and Slam
FREN 375
Francophone Literature and Film (Le Maghreb : La poétique du désert)
The History of French Cinema II
FREN 390
Special Topics in French and Francophone Studies – Les jeux
FREN 490
La culture de la mode, XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles
FREN 501
French for the Health Professions
Studies in Anglo-French Renaissance: Montaigne, Shakespeare, and Early Modern Political Thought
ITAL 241 
ITAL 340
ITAL 372
PORT 323
Advanced Communication in Portuguese: Nature, History, and Society
PORT 388
Portuguese, Brazilian, and Luso-African Identity in Film
PORT 520
Climate Change and The Cultural Imagination: Lusophone Interpretations
SPAN 255
Conversation I
SPAN 261
Advanced Spanish in Context
SPAN 267
Advanced Spanish in Context for Heritage Learners
SPAN 292
Approaches to Spanish Language Teaching
SPAN 300
Grammar and Structure of Spanish
SPAN 301
Introduction to Literary and Cultural Analysis
SPAN 320
Spanish for Business (First Semester)
SPAN 321
Spanish for the Medical Professions (First Semester)
SPAN 324
Spanish for Law (Second Semester)
SPAN 325
Spanish for Business (Second Semester)
SPAN 328
Spanish for the Medical Professions (Second Semester)
SPAN 329
Spanish for Professional and Community Engagement
SPAN 338
Trans-Atlantic Cultural Topics: The making (and unmaking) of the Spanish Empire
SPAN 344.001
Latin American Culture Topics: Latin American Culture Topics: Nation and the Transnational: Borders, Immigration, Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
SPAN 344.002
Latin American Culture Topics: Latin American Culture Topics: Latin American Futurisms
SPAN 344.003
Latin American Culture Topics: Living in the Hyphen – How Latinos are Defining and Re-defining their Identity in the US
SPAN 351
Spanish Interpreting I
SPAN 352
Spanish Interpreting II
SPAN 360
Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
SPAN 361
Hispanic Film: The Good, the Bad and the Other: Latinos in Hollywood and Hispanic Cinema
SPAN 369
Introduction to Translation
SPAN 371.001
Studies in Spanish Literature: Heroes, nemeses, damsels “in distress”, women with character, monsters, demons, and the deadly sins in Medieval and Golden Age Spanish Literature
SPAN 371.002
Studies in Spanish Literature: Love and Conflict in Spanish Literature
SPAN 373.002
Studies in Spanish American Literature:
SPAN 376
Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
SPAN 378
Afro-Hispanic Language Contacts
SPAN 381
Studies in Spanish and Spanish American Poetry: Masterpieces of Spanish and Spanish American Poetry. (La muerte viva de la poesía hispánica)
SPAN 415
Basque Language and Culture II
SPAN 613
Encountering Difference: Experience and Imagination in Spanish American Colonial through Romantic Literature (1492-1872)