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FREN 100: French for Reading Knowledge (3 ) U
Special course for candidates for advanced degrees in other departments. Fundamentals of grammar and reading of material of medium difficulty. Intended primarily for graduate students, but open also to seniors planning graduate study. Does not satisfy any part of the undergraduate language requirement. Presupposes no previous study of French. Conducted in English. LEC
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FREN 104: Elementary French, Overseas (1-5 ) U
Basic language instruction in French for beginners participating in study abroad programs in France or a French-speaking country. Graded satisfactory/unsatisfactory. LEC
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FREN 107: Elementary French I for the Professional Schools (3 )
Essentials of French grammar; practice in speaking, reading, and writing French. Introduction to French business culture. Three hours of class per week. This course does not satisfy the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences foreign language requirement. LEC
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FREN 108: Elementary French II for the Professional Schools (3 ) U
Essentials of French grammar; practice in speaking, reading, and writing French. Introduction to French business culture. Three hours of class per week. This course does not satisfy the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences foreign language requirement. Prerequisite: FREN 107 or equivalent. LEC
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FREN 109: Elementary French III for the Professional Schools (3 ) U
Essentials of French grammar; practice in speaking, reading, and writing French. Introduction to French business culture. Three hours of class per week. This course does not satisfy the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences foreign language requirement. Prerequisite: FREN 108 or equivalent. LEC
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FREN 110: Elementary French I (5 ) U
Five hours of class per week. A balanced approach stressing understanding, speaking, reading, and writing. LEC
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FREN 120: Elementary French II (5 ) U
Five hours of class per week. A balanced approach stressing understanding, speaking, reading, and writing. Prerequisite: FREN 110 or by departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 152: France and the French (3 ) HL H
A comprehensive, interdisciplinary survey of French culture that may include topics ranging from the earliest times to the present, with particular attention to literature, the arts, thought, politics, society, food, and customs. Taught in English. Does not fulfill any requirement in the French major or minor. LEC
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FREN 177: First Year Seminar: _____ (3 ) U
A limited-enrollment, seminar course for first-time freshmen, addressing current issues in French. Course is designed to meet the critical thinking learning outcome of the KU Core. First-Year Seminar topics are coordinated and approved by the Office of First-Year Experience. Prerequisite: First-time freshman status. LEC
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FREN 230: Intermediate French I (3 ) U
Third-semester course stressing oral and written work in French; systematic review of grammar and introduction to reading in cultural texts. (See also FREN 231, FREN 234.) Prerequisite: FREN 120 or by departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 231: Intermediate French I, Honors (3 ) U
Similar in approach and content to FREN 230; smaller class size; open to students who had done very good to excellent work in previous French classes. Prerequisite: Grade of B or A in FREN 120 or departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 234: Intermediate French I and II (6 ) U
One-semester course meeting five times a week for six hours credit. Material same as in FREN 230 and FREN 240. (FREN 234, FREN 240, FREN 241--each completes foreign language requirement.) Prerequisite: FREN 120 or by departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 240: Intermediate French II (3 ) U
Continuation of FREN 230. (FREN 234, FREN 240, FREN 241--each completes foreign language requirement.) (See also FREN 241.) Prerequisite: FREN 230, FREN 231, or by departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 241: Intermediate French II, Honors (3 ) U
Similar in approach and content to FREN 240; smaller class size; open to students who have done very good to excellent work in previous French classes. Prerequisite: A grade of A in FREN 230 or FREN 231, or departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 300: Intensive Review of French Grammar (3 ) H/W
Designed to provide essential skills for advanced courses. Prerequisite: FREN 234, FREN 240, FREN 241, or by departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 310: French Phonetics (3 ) H/W
A course in practical phonetics with exercises stressing rhythm, intonation, and individual sounds. Prerequisite: FREN 240, FREN 241, or by departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 315: Le Francais Pratique (1-6 ) H/W
Supplementary non-major language course that can be a sequel to the first four semesters of French. Primarily for students studying abroad. Covers vocabulary study, oral exercises, discussion of texts, writing, and free conversation. Prerequisite: FREN 230/231 or FREN 234, FREN 240/241. LEC
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FREN 326: Introduction to French Literature (3 ) HL H
Analysis of selected texts from various genres; special emphasis on explication de texte. Prerequisite: FREN 300 (or with FREN 300), or by departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 330: French Language and Civilization I (3 ) H
A study of French grammar, conversation, and composition, with selected aspects of French civilization. Available to participants in the Summer Language Institutes, and selected Study Abroad programs. LEC
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FREN 340: French Language and Civilization II (3 ) H
A study of French grammar, conversation, and composition, with selected aspects of French civilization. Available to participants in the Summer Language Institutes, and selected Study Abroad Programs. LEC
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FREN 350: Applied French Grammar and Composition I (3 ) H/W
Systematic grammar review with extensive practice in writing French. Prerequisite: FREN 300 or FREN 326. LEC
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FREN 352: French for Journalism and Business (3 ) H/W
Practical acquisition of skills necessary to understand the language of journalism and business. Prerequisite: FREN 300. LEC
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FREN 375: Intermediate French Conversation (3 ) H/W
Three meetings per week. Guided discussions designed to increase fluency, improve pronunciation, and acquire vocabulary. Sections limited to twelve students. May be designated a KULAC class at the discretion of the instructor. Prerequisite: FREN 300 or concurrent enrollment in FREN 300. LEC
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FREN 376: Advanced French Conversation (3 ) H/W
Three meetings per week. Guided discussions designed to increase fluency, improve pronunciation, and knowledge of French culture and language. Classes have centered around topics such as the French Revolution, the Arts, Renaissance Festivals, and French cinema. Sections limited to twelve students. May be designated a KULAC class at the discretion of the instructor. Prerequisite: FREN 375. LEC
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FREN 401: Paris, City of Lights and Legends (3 ) HL H
An exploration of the French capital from its origins to present as emblem and icon of the social, literary, cultural, and political development of the French nation and of French ideals. Topics include great persons, events, works, symbols, and myths since the founding of the city to the present. Taught in English. Does not fulfill any requirement in the French major or minor. LEC
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FREN 405: French Literature in Translation (3 ) HL H
Readings and discussions of representative great masterpieces of French literature from the medieval Arthurian romances and chansons de geste to the present, with particular emphasis on the question of the interrelations of form and content. Includes such authors as Rabelais, Montaigne, Racine, Moliere, Voltaire, Balzac, Flaubert, Baudelaire, Proust, Gide, Camus, and Beckett. Conducted in English. A reading knowledge of French is extremely useful but not a requirement. LEC
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FREN 406: Introduction to French Culture Through Film (3 ) H/W
Discussion of great masterpieces of French film from the silent era to the present, with a particular emphasis on how film portrays and conveys important aspects of French culture past and present. The works of a variety of film-makers may be covered, and may include among others Georges Melies, Jean Vigo, Jean Renoir, Abel Gance, Rene Clair, Marcel Carne, Jean Cocteau, Alain Resnais, Jean-Luc Godard, Francois Truffaut, Agnes Varda, Louis Malle, Eric Rohmer, and Claude Berri. Films will be shown in French with subtitles in English. Knowledge of French is useful, but not required. LEC
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FREN 410: Survey of French Culture I (3 ) H/W
A survey of the historical, philosophical, literary, and artistic development of France, from the beginning through the 17th century. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. May be designated a KULAC class at the discretion of the instructor. LEC
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FREN 420: Survey of French Culture II (3 ) H/W
Continuation of FREN 410, from the 18th century to the present. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. May be designated a KULAC class at the discretion of the instructor. LEC
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FREN 430: La France d'Aujourd'Hui (3 ) H/W
Social, political, and economic trends from 1939 to present, with emphasis on period since 1968. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. May be designated a KULAC class at the discretion of the instructor. LEC
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FREN 431: French-Speaking World (Outside France) (3 ) H/W
Cultures of the some 235 million persons in the five world areas whose everyday and/or official language is French: Canada; Caribbean (e.g., Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique); Europe (e.g., Belgium, Switzerland); Africa and Indian Ocean (23 former French or Belgian colonies); Pacific (e.g., Tahiti, New Caledonia). Also French-speaking settlers in the United States (Louisiana, South Carolina, New England, Kansas). French presence in Indo-China and the Near East. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. (May be taken concurrently with FREN 300 and/or FREN 326.) May be designated a KULAC class at the discretion of the instructor. LEC
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FREN 432: Francophone African Literature (3 ) NW H/W
This course is an introduction of 20th Century African literature written in French, covering selected works by major authors from both sub-Saharan Africa and the Maghreb. Attention will be given primarily to the novel, although some poetry will also be read. Topics and themes include negritude, African identity in the wake of colonialism, Islam, and women's writing. Classes will be conducted in English. Students may read the texts in French or in translation. (Same as AAAS 432.) Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and a 200-level English course. LEC
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FREN 440: Studies in French Culture: _____ (3 ) H/W
Representative topics are: History of Paris, Role of Women in French Literature and Culture, Interrelationships of the Arts, French-speaking African Culture, Culture of French Canada. May be repeated for credit with departmental permission; may also be repeated as part of major in French language and culture. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. May be designated a KULAC class at the discretion of the instructor. LEC
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FREN 450: French Literature of the Middle Ages (3 ) H/W
Study of the principal authors, movements, and themes of the period. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. LEC
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FREN 455: French Literature of the Renaissance (3 ) H/W
Study of the principal authors, movements, and themes of the period. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. LEC
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FREN 460: French Literature of the Seventeenth Century (3 ) H/W
Study of the principal authors, movements, and themes of the period. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and 326. LEC
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FREN 462: French Literature of the Eighteenth Century (3 ) H/W
Study of the principal authors, movements, and themes of the period. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and 326. LEC
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FREN 465: French Literature of the 19th Century (3 ) H/W
Study of the principal authors, movements, and themes of the period. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. LEC
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FREN 470: French Literature of the Twentieth Century (3 ) H/W
Study of the principal authors, movements, and themes of the period. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. LEC
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FREN 480: Studies in French Literature: _____ (3 ) H/W
A study of a period, theme, group of authors, or movement. Subject matter will vary; may be taken more than once if subject differs. Prerequisite: FREN 300 and FREN 326. LEC
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FREN 495: Directed Readings in French (1-15 ) U
May be taken more than once, total credit not to exceed fifteen hours. Fields not covered by course work, and/or field of student's special interest. Conferences. Counts as humanities when taken for two or three hours. Prerequisite: Twenty-five hours of French and consent of instructor. IND
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FREN 499: Honors in French (3 ) H/W
Various topics in French or Francophone literature or culture. May be taken more than once, total credit not to exceed nine hours. Minimum of six hours of FREN 499 required for B.A. with Honors in French. Student must discuss Honors eligibility and their topic with a faculty member before enrolling. IND
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FREN 500: Advanced French Phonetics (3 ) H/W
Advanced theory and practice of French pronunciation. Not open to students who have taken FREN 310, except by departmental permission. Prerequisite: FREN 300 or FREN 326 or graduate standing. LEC
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FREN 530: Studies in Film: _____ (3 ) H/W
Studies in an aspect of film, a director or group of directors. Emphasis on French film. Given in French or English. LEC
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FREN 592: French Culture Through Film I, Beginnings to 1950 (3 ) H/W
A survey of the major public images of French culture as surveyed in French silent and sound film from the early 1900s through World War II and its immediate aftermath. Students will view and discuss a selection of films that address crucial aspects of French culture such as (but not limited to) gender, war and peace, daily life, art and artists, tradition and revolution, city life versus country life, social classes, moral choice, and individual freedoms. The course will include discussion of the cultural and artistic significance of major French film movements like Poetic Realism. In addition to viewing and discussing films, students will read and analyze the writings of a number of French intellectuals, writers, and artists who have had a major influence on French culture as it appears in films from 1900-1950. May be taught in French or English. For students who already have some knowledge of French culture. LEC
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FREN 593: French Culture Through Film II, 1950-Present (3 ) H/W
A survey of the major public images of French culture as surveyed in French silent and sound film from 1950 to present. Students will view and discuss a selection of films that address crucial aspects of French culture such as (but not limited to) gender, war and peace, daily life, art and artists, tradition and revolution, city life versus country life, colonialism and post-colonialism, social classes, moral choice, and individual freedoms. The course will include discussion of the cultural and artistic significance of major French film movements like the New Wave. In addition to viewing and discussing films, students will read and analyze the writings of a number of French intellectuals, writers, and artists who have had a major influence on French culture as it appears in films from 1950-present. May be taught in French or English. For students who already have some knowledge of French culture. LEC
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FREN 600: Studies in: _____ (3 ) H/W
Topics vary by semester. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Departmental permission. LEC
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FREN 610: Theme et Version (3 ) H/W
Exercises in English-French and French-English translation, designed to enable the student to write with greater clarity and precision in both languages. LEC
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FREN 620: Expository French Writing (3 ) H/W
Intensive practice in writing French, designed to clarify fine points of grammar and usage and to aid the student in developing an accurate and graceful prose style. LEC
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FREN 680: Language Teaching and Advanced Conversation (2-3 ) U
A summer course designed principally for secondary school language teachers. Discussion of current theory in language acquisition integrated into an intensive oral review of French. Meets three hours daily for two weeks; includes lab. (Not applicable toward a major or graduate degree in French.) LEC
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FREN 681: Language Teaching for Oral Proficiency (1 ) U
A summer course designed principally for secondary school language teachers. Provides an orientation to proficiency-based models in foreign language instruction, national standards in the rating of foreign language proficiency, and curriculum development sessions which address issues of articulation in foreign language curricula. (Not applicable toward a major or graduate degree in French.) (Same as GERM 681 and SPAN 681.) LEC
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FREN 700: Old French (3 )
Introduction to grammar and structure through the reading of representative works. LEC
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FREN 701: History of the French Language (3 )
Major aspects of development and growth. Conducted in English. LEC
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FREN 702: Provencal (3 )
Introduction to grammar and structure of the language through a reading of representative works from the Troubadour period. LEC
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FREN 703: Structure of Modern French (3 )
Linguistic analysis of the phonological, morphological, and syntactic structure of modern French. Description in terms of current theories and models. Application of linguistic analyses to the teaching of French. LEC
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FREN 704: Methods in French Language Instruction (3 )
This course provides an overview of current and historical approaches to foreign language teaching, with reference to the instruction of French. Past and current trends and methodologies of language instruction are examined in order to acquaint students with various classroom approaches. Research findings in second language acquisition are explored and their implications discussed so as to show how these findings lead to more effective classroom practices. LEC
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FREN 720: Introduction to Graduate Studies in French (3 )
An introduction to the skills required of students doing graduate degrees in French literature; areas covered are 1) introduction to literary theory and criticism, 2) bibliography and research methods, and 3) training in preparation of critical essays and theses. Required of all M.A. candidates unless specifically released by department. LEC
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FREN 730: Introduction to French Poetry (3 )
A detailed introduction to versification, rhetoric, image and symbol as they apply to the study of poetry. Texts will be chosen from one or more periods of French literature and will include poems in verse and prose. Considerations and readings on the history of French poetry, on the composition of recueils, on poetic theory, and on the relation of poetry to other genres and media may be incorporated. LEC
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FREN 732: Francophone Studies (3 )
Selected movements , themes, genres, topics in the cultures and/or literatures of the French-speaking world outside France. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 740: Medieval French Literature (3 )
Literary history of the period, with discussion of representative works read for the most part in the original old French. LEC
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FREN 750: French Literature of the Sixteenth Century (3 )
A survey of the major writers, covering Rabelais, Sceve, Louise Labe, Marguerite de Navarre, Ronsard, Du Bellay, Montaigne, and d'Aubigne. LEC
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FREN 763: French Drama of the Seventeenth Century (3 )
Development of baroque and classical French drama, with emphasis on Corneille, Moliere, and Racine. LEC
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FREN 765: Nondramatic French Literature of the Seventeenth Century (3 )
Esthetics of baroque and classicism. Emphasis on Descartes, Pascal, La Rochefoucauld, Mme de Lafayette, although other authors may be studied. LEC
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FREN 770: French Literature of the Eighteenth Century (3 )
Special attention paid to Montesquieu, Voltaire, Diderot, and Rousseau; also development of novel and drama. LEC
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FREN 782: French Novel of the 19th Century (3 )
Emphasis on major novelists of the century: Balzac, Stendhal, Flaubert, and Zola. LEC
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FREN 785: French Romantic Movement (3 )
Major Romantic writers viewed in context of intellectual, esthetic, and social milieu of period 1800-1850. LEC
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FREN 787: French Post-Romanticism (3 )
Literary movements developing out of reaction to Romanticism: Realism, Naturalism, Parnassianism. LEC
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FREN 790: Contemporary French Writers (3 )
Major 20th century authors, stressing Proust, Gide, Giraudoux, Claudel, Sartre, and Camus. LEC
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FREN 792: Proust (3 )
Principal movements, structures, and tensions of A la recherche du temps perdu. LEC
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FREN 799: Masters Seminar (1 )
To meet Masters degree requirement for continual enrollment. This course will be graded satisfactory/unsatisfactory. FLD
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FREN 800: Studies in: _____ (3 )
Study of topics not limited to one century. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 810: Criticism and Critical Methods (3 )
Literary criticism from historical, theoretical, and practical point of view. LEC
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FREN 812: Studies in the French Novel: _____ (3 )
Selected topics to be specified. Study of form, movements, or themes in the French Novel, not limited to one century. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 814: Studies in the French Short Story: _____ (3 )
Selected topics to be specified. Study of form and theory of the French short story, not limited to one century. LEC
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FREN 842: Arthurian Literature in France (3 )
Origins and development of Arthurian legend; analysis of major texts. Prerequisite: FREN 700. LEC
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FREN 848: Studies in Medieval French Literature: _____ (3 )
Various movements, themes, or genres. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: FREN 700. LEC
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FREN 850: Early Renaissance Literature (3 )
Emphasis on Rabelais, Marguerite de Navarre, Marot, Maurice Sceve and Louise Labe. LEC
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FREN 858: Studies in Sixteenth Century French Literature: _____ (3 )
Various movements, themes, or genres. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 868: Studies in Seventeenth Century French Literature: _____ (3 )
Various movements, themes, or genres. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 871: Literature of the Enlightenment in France (3 )
Philosophical thought in 18th century as reflected in literature. Emphasis on philosophies, with discussion of external influences. LEC
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FREN 872: Novel of the Eighteenth Century in France (3 )
Origins and development to Revolution; thematic analysis with attention to critical attitudes and their influence upon evolution of novel as genre. LEC
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FREN 878: Studies in Eighteenth Century French Literature: _____ (3 )
Various movements, themes, or genres. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 887: Symbolist Movement in France (3 )
Works of major symbolist poets, including Baudelaire, Verlaine, Rimbaud, Mallarme, and Valery. LEC
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FREN 888: Studies in Nineteenth Century French Literature: _____ (3 )
Various movements, themes, or genres. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 897: New Directions in the French Novel (3 )
Samuel Beckett to the nouveau roman. LEC
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FREN 898: Studies in Twentieth Century French Literature: _____ (3 )
Various movements, themes, or genres. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 900: Seminar in French: _____ (3 )
Topics in literary, linguistic, and cultural research. May be repeated for credit. LEC
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FREN 995: Investigation and Conference (1-3 )
Readings and research projects in French language, literature, and culture. Directed work to fulfill needs not met by available courses. One-three hours credit in any semester. Maximum credit for M.A.: Three hours. By special departmental permission only. RSH
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ITAL 100: Italian for Reading Knowledge (3 ) U
Special course for candidates for advanced degrees. Fundamentals of grammar and reading of material of medium difficulty. Open to graduate students and to seniors planning graduate study. Does not satisfy any part of the undergraduate language requirement. Presupposes no previous study of Italian. Conducted in English. LEC
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ITAL 103: Elementary Italian Language and Civilization (3 ) H
A systematic review of the fundamentals of Italian grammar through practice in conversation and writing, with an introduction to Italian culture. Available only to participants in study abroad programs. This course does not satisfy the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences foreign language requirement. No prerequisite. LEC
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ITAL 107: Elementary Italian Conversation I (3 ) U
First part of a two-course sequence (with 108) for students with no previous study of a foreign language and minimal linguistic background as well as for students in professional schools who plan to participate in study abroad programs in Italy. Offers knowledge of essential grammar and basic oral communication skills through practice in grammar, listening comprehension, and conversation. Active participation required. Completion of both ITAL 107 and ITAL 108 is equivalent to ITAL 110 and allows students to enroll in ITAL 120. LEC
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ITAL 108: Elementary Italian Conversation II (3 ) U
A continuation of ITAL 107, second part of a two-course sequence for students with no previous study of a foreign language and minimal linguistic background as well as for students in professional schools who plan to participate in study abroad programs in Italy. Offers knowledge of essential grammar and basic oral communication skills through practice in grammar, listening comprehension, and conversation. Active participation required. Completion of both ITAL 107 and ITAL 108 is equivalent to ITAL 110 and allows students to enroll in ITAL 120. Prerequisite: ITAL 107 or Italian Coordinator's approval. LEC
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ITAL 110: Elementary Italian I (5 ) U
Introduction to Italian language and culture. Essentials of grammar and practice in speaking, understanding, reading, and writing. Active participation required. Five hours of class per week. LEC
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ITAL 120: Elementary Italian II (5 ) U
Five hours of class. Reading of simple texts; diction; speaking; elementary composition. Prerequisite: ITAL 110. LEC
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ITAL 152: Studies in Italian Heritage (3 ) H
A comprehensive, interdisciplinary survey of the ways in which the historical culture of Italy can be found in Lawrence, KS. Emphasis is on politics, sciences, philosophy, media, and immigration. Uses materials from various KU collections. Taught in English. Does not fulfill any requirement in the Italian major or minor. LEC
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ITAL 155: Intensive Basic Italian I (3 ) U
First part of a two-course sequence (with ITAL 156) for students with previous language study or strong linguistic background. Same content as ITAL 110 but accomplished in three hours of class per week. Active participation required. Prerequisite: Previous study of another language or permission of instructor. LEC
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ITAL 156: Intensive Basic Italian II (3 ) U
A continuation of ITAL 155, second part of a two-course sequence for students with previous language study or strong linguistic background. Same content as ITAL 120 but accomplished in three hours of class per week. Active participation required. Prerequisite: ITAL 155 or permission of instructor. LEC
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ITAL 177: First Year Seminar: _____ (3 ) U
A limited-enrollment, seminar course for first-time freshmen, addressing current issues in Italian. Course is designed to meet the critical thinking learning outcome of the KU Core. First-Year Seminar topics are coordinated and approved by the Office of First-Year Experience. Prerequisite: First-time freshman status. LEC
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Department of French and Italian

Wescoe Hall
1445 Jayhawk Blvd., Room 2103
Lawrence, KS 66045-7594
785-864-4056
785-864-5179
frenital@ku.edu
http://www.frenchitalian.ku.edu/
Caroline Jewers, Chair
785-864-9062
Kimberly Swanson (French) / Marina DeFazio (Italian), Placement Advisors
785-864-9066 / 785-864-9064
kswanson@kuedu / defazio@ku.edu

Department of French and Italian

Wescoe Hall
1445 Jayhawk Blvd., Room 2103
Lawrence, KS 66045-7594
785-864-9062
785-864-5179
frenital@ku.edu
http://www.frenchitalian.ku.edu/
John T. Booker, Allan Pasco, Van Kelly, Undergraduate Advisors, French
785-864-4056
Jan Kozma, Crystal Hall, Undergraduate Advisors, Italian
785-864-4056

Department of French and Italian

Wescoe Hall
1445 Jayhawk Blvd., Room 2068
Lawrence, KS 66045-7594
785-864-4056
785-864-5179
frenital@ku.edu
http://www.frenchitalian.ku.edu/
Bruce Hayes, Graduate Advisor
785-864-9028
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