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Faculty of Arts (2012/2013)
10.11 French

In accordance with Senate's Policy Regarding Inactive Courses, the course descriptions for courses which have not been offered in the previous three academic years and which are not scheduled to be offered in the current academic year have been removed from the following listing. For information about any of these inactive courses, please contact the Head of the Department.

Students who have successfully completed one or more credit courses in French language will not subsequently be permitted to receive credit for courses not previously completed and judged by the Department to be of a lower level than those already completed. Students returning to the study of French after an absence should consult the Department for current information on these restrictions before registering. Students who wish to return to a previously completed course to improve their standing may do so only with the permission of the Head of the Department.

French courses are designated by FREN.

1500

Introductory University French I

is a course for beginners and for students whose background in French is very weak. Students with a strong background in high-school French should bypass 1500 and begin their University study with 1501, especially if they intend to proceed beyond the first-year level. Very well-prepared students may apply to the Department for permission to enter 1502 directly.

1500 Introduction à la langue française, niveau universitaire I cours pour débutants et pour ceux don't les connaissances du français sont très faibles.

CR: the former FREN 1010 or the former FREN 1011

LH: two additional hours of language laboratory work or conversation class, or both

PR: students may not register concurrently for more than one of FREN 1500, 1501 and 1502 except with the permission of the Head of the Department.

UL: permission to register for this course will not be given to students who have completed Français 3202 (High School French immersion)

1501

Introductory University French II

is one of three consecutive credit courses in French language at the first-year university level, offering a complete overview of basic oral and written French. New students may choose to register initially in FREN 1500 or 1501; a diagnostic test is offered to assist students with initial course selection or to confirm that initial course selection is appropriate. Students with a limited background in French should register for FREN 1500 and continue with 1501. Students with a strong background in high-school French should bypass 1500 and begin their University study with 1501, especially if they intend to proceed beyond the first-year level. Very well-prepared students may apply to the Department for permission to enter 1502 directly.

1501 Introduction à la langue française, niveau universitaire II

CR: the former FREN 1050

LH: two additional hours of language laboratory work or conversation class, or both

PR: High School FREN 3200 or permission of the Head of the Department. Ex-immersion students should consult the Head of the Department before registering for this course. Students may not register concurrently for more than one of FREN 1500, 1501 and 1502 except with the permission of the Head of the Department.

1502

Introductory University French III

is one of three consecutive credit courses in French language at the first-year university level, offering a complete overview of basic oral and written French.

1502 Introduction à la langue française, niveau universitaire III

CR: the former FREN 1051

LH: two additional hours of language laboratory work or conversation class, or both

PR: FREN 1501 with a grade of at least 60% or by permission of the Head of the Department. Students may not register concurrently for more than one of FREN 1500, 1501 and 1502 except with the permission of the Head of the Department. Very well-prepared students may apply to the Department for permission to enter 1502 directly.

2100

Intermediate French I

is a course on composition, grammar and practice in oral skills.

2100 Français intermédiaire II rédaction, grammaire et pratique orale.

CR: FREN 2160 or 2101

PR: FREN 1502 with a grade of at least 60%

2101

Intermediate French II

is further work in composition, grammar and oral skills.

2101 Français intermédiaire II continuation du travail de rédaction, de grammaire et de communication orale.

CR: FREN 2100 or 2160

PR: FREN 2100

2159

Advanced French for First-year Students I

is primarily intended to build on the language skills acquired by students in immersion programs. Development of reading, writing, listening and speaking ability through practical oral and written exercises.

2159 Français avancé pour étudiants de première année I ce cours est conçu principalement pour développer les compétences linguistiques des étudiants qui ont reçu leur formation dans les programmes d'immersion. La compréhension et l'expression écrites et orales seront développées au moyen d'exercices pratiques oraux et écrits.

PR: primarily intended for students who completed immersion programs or with permission of the Head of the Department. FREN 2159 and 2160 are courses designed for former French immersion students as well as others with exceptional backgrounds in French, and are intended as an alternative to the 1500, 1501, 1502, 2100, 2101 sequence.

2160

Advanced French for First-year Students II

is an intensive review of French grammar with oral and written practice. Particular attention will be paid to ensuring precision in language use in both oral and written forms and to eradicating anglicisms.

2160 Français avancé pour étudiants de première année II révision intensive de la grammaire et pratique de la langue écrite et parlée pour assurer la précision linguistique à l'oral ainsi qu'à l'écrit et supprimer les anglicismes.

CR: French 2100 or 2101

PR: French 2159 or the former French 1060. FREN 2159 and 2160 are courses designed for former French immersion students as well as others with exceptional backgrounds in French, and are intended as an alternative to the 1500, 1501, 1502, 2100, 2101 sequence.

2300

Phonetics

is a practical introduction to French phonetics, including the International Phonetic Alphabet and phonetic transcription as well as corrective phonetics.

2300 Phonétique introduction pratique à la phonétique du français. Emploi des symboles de l'alphabet phonétique, transcription phonétique et phonétique corrective.

PR: FREN 1502 or equivalent

2601

Grammar and Reading

will explore reading strategies in a variety of narrative and descriptive readings in French. This course will normally be taught in French.

2601 Grammaire et texte les étudiants exploreront des stratégies de lecture qui faciliteront la compréhension de textes narratifs et descriptifs divers. Ce cours sera enseigné normalement en français.

PR: FREN 1502 or 2159 or equivalent

2602

Reading Practice

will explore reading strategies in a variety of readings in FREN intended to inform or persuade. This course will normally be taught in French.

2602 Pratique de la lecture les étudiants exploreront des stratégies qui faciliteront la compréhension de textes informatifs et argumentatifs divers. Ce cours sera enseigné normalement en français.

PR: FREN 2601 or equivalent

2900

A Survey of Francophone Cultures

places emphasis on oral comprehension and expression.

2900 Survol des cultures francophones accent mis sur la compréhension et l'expression orales.

CR: the former FREN 2500

PR: FREN 1502 or equivalent. Students who have obtained less than 70% in 1051 are, however, advised to complete FREN 2100 before attempting this course.

3100

Grammar and Textual Analysis

is a revision of the French noun and verb systems (morphology, number, gender, tense, aspect, mood, voice). Grammatical and stylistic textual analysis with special emphasis on the use of verbs in French. Vocabulary enrichment.

3100 Grammaire et analyse de textes révision des catégories nominale et verbale du français (morphologie, nombre, genre, temps, aspect, mode, voix). Analyse grammaticale et stylistique des textes avec un accent particulier sur l'emploi du verbe en français. Travaux d'expansion lexicale.

PR: FREN 2101 or 2160 and at least one other 2000-level course in French

3101

Stylistics and Textual Analysis

examines role and function of the parts of speech in French; semantic enrichment (synonymy, polysemy); tropes and figures of speech. Grammatical and stylistic textual analysis with special emphasis on these phenomena. Vocabulary enrichment.

3101 Stylistique et analyse de textes rôle et fonction des parties du discours; exploitation sémantique (synonymie, polysémie); tropes et figures de style. Analyse grammaticale et stylistique de textes avec un accent particulier sur ces phénomènes. Travaux d'expansion lexicale

PR: FREN 3100

3102

French Language Studies at Nice (I)

is a required course of Session I of the Canadian Third Year Program in Nice. The content of this course will be the equivalent of a language course at the third year level.

3102 Études de la langue française à Nice (I) est un cours obligatoire lors du premier du programme Canadian Third Year in Nice. Le contenu de ce cours correspond à un cours de langue de troisième année de l'université responsable de la coordination.

PR: admission to the Canadian Third Year Program in Nice and French 2101, or permission of the Head of the Department.

3103

French Language Studies at Nice (II)

is a required course of Session II of the Canadian Third Year Program in Nice. The content of this course will be the continuation of the language course offered during the previous semester and will be the equivalent of a language course at the third year level in the university that sends the Coordinator.

3103 Études de la langue française à Nice (II) est un cours obligatoire lors du deuxième semestre du programme Canadian Third Year in Nice. Le contenu de cours est la suite de ce cours de langue enseigné pendant le précédent et correspond à un cours de langue de troisième année de l'université responsable de la coordination.

PR: admission to the Canadian Third Year Program in Nice and French 3102

3300

Rhetoric and Public Speaking

is convincing and arguing in French. The course will be structured by rhetoric: memory, invention, disposition, elocution, diction. Various oral exercises.

3300 Rhétorique et art oratoire le discours et le dialogue. Le cadre du cours est la rhétorique: mémoire, invention, disposition, élocution, diction. Exercices oraux variés.

OR: two and a half hours of instruction plus one 50-minute period of conversation class per week

PR: 6 credit hours in FREN at the 2000 level

3302

History of the French Language

(same as Linguistics 3302) is a study of the origins of French, including the influence of Gaulish, Vulgar Latin, Frankish and the langue d'oc/langue d'oïl division, a survey of the dialects, morphology and syntax of Old French and of the evolution from Old to Middle French, including phonology, morphology, syntax and vocabulary.

3302 Histoire de la langue française (identique à Linguistique 3302) Une étude des origines du français qui porte sur l'influence du gaulois, du latin vulgaire, du francique et de la division langue d'oc/langue d'oïl; survol des dialectes, de la morphologie et de la syntaxe de l'ancien français, ainsi que de l'évolution de l'ancien français au moyen français, en tenant compte de la phonologie, de la morphologie, de la syntaxe et du vocabulaire.

CR: Linguistics 3302

PR: French 2101 (or 2160) and 2300; Classics 1120 is strongly recommended

3310

Phonology and Morphology of French

(same as Linguistics 3310) is an examination of the phonological and morphological structure of French. Data from regional and non-standard varieties contrasted with data from standard French: formal rules to deal with observed regularities. Interactions of phonology and morphology in phenomena such as liaison. Derivational and inflectional morphology. Research articles on one or more of the topics dealt with in the course will be assigned as readings, and a written report in French based on one or more of the articles is to be submitted as part of the term work. This course will normally be taught in French.

3310 Phonologie et morphologie du français (identique à Linguistique 3310) Une étude de la structure phonologique et morphologique du français. Données des variétés régionales et non-standard en contraste avec le français standard: règles formelles pour rendre compte des regularités observées. Interaction de la phonologie et de la morphologie dans la liaison et d'autres contextes. La flexion et la dérivation. On prescrit des articles de recherche sur l'un ou plusieurs des thèmes à l'étude et un rapport rédigé en français sur l'un ou plusieurs des articles. Ce cours est normalement enseigné en français.

CR: Linguistics 3310

PR: French 2300 or permission of the instructor. Students who have not completed FREN 2300 are strongly advised to complete at least one 2000-level course in French before attempting FREN 3310.

3311

Introduction to General Linguistics: Aspects of French Linguistic Theory

(same as Linguistics 3311) is a practical examination of the French verbal system, with a thorough exposition of the systems of aspect, voice, tense and mood. The fundamental concepts of linguistics will form the framework of this exposition: the langue/parole distinction and its relationship to underlying and surface entities, language as activity and the generation of surface elements from underlying subsystems. This course will normally be taught in French.

3311 Initiation à la linguistique générale: aspects de la théorie linguistique française (identique à Linguistique 3311) Étude pratique du système verbal du français et une exposition approfondie des systèmes de l'aspect, de la voix et des modes. Les concepts fondamentaux de la linguistique serviront de cadre à cette exposition: la distinction langue/parole et le rapport avec les entités sous-jacentes et de surface; le langage comme activité et la génération des éléments de surface à partir des systèmes sous-jacents. Ce cours sera normalement enseigné en français.

CR: Linguistics 3311

PR: a Linguistics course or FREN 2100 or 2159

3500

An Introduction to Prose Literature in French

pays particular attention to the literatures of French Canada and France.

3500 Introduction à la prose de langue française une attention particulière sera accordée aux littératures du Canada français et de la France.

PR: FREN 2602 or equivalent

3501

An Introduction to Drama in French

pays particular attention to the literatures of French Canada and France.

3501 Introduction au théâtre de langue française une attention particulière sera accordée aux littératures du Canada français et de la France.

PR: FREN 2602 or equivalent

3502

An Introduction to Poetry in French

pays particular attention to the literatures of French Canada and France.

3502 Introduction à la poésie de langue française une attention particulière sera accordée à la poésie du Canada français et de la France.

PR: FREN 2602 or equivalent

3503

Study of Theme

is the study of a particular theme or of interrelated themes in selected French-language texts.

3503 Thématique un ou quelques thèmes reliés étudiés à travers un choix de textes d'expression française.

PR: FREN 2602 or equivalent

3504

Literary History

is the study of one or more literary periods through selected French-language texts.

3503 Histoire littéraire l'étude d'une ou de quelques époques à travers un choix de textes d'expression française.

PR: FREN 2602 or equivalent

3506

French Cinema

is a survey course designed to acquaint students with the major productions and trends in French cinema. The course is taught in French, and films screened will not necessarily have English subtitles. It is therefore recommended that students have a good aural comprehension of French.

3506 Cinéma francophone un cours d'initiation conçu pour familiariser l'étudiant avec les principales productions et directions du cinéma français. Ce cours est enseigné en français, et les films projetés ne seront pas nécessairement sous-titrés en anglais. II est donc recommandé que les étudiants aient une bonne compréhension auditive du français.

PR: FREN 2602 or equivalent

3507

Advanced French Studies at Nice (I)

is a required course of Session I of the Canadian Third Year Program in Nice. The Coordinator will choose among a French literature, linguistics or culture course taught at his or her university.

3507 Études françaises à Nice (I) est un cours obligatoire lors du premier du programme Canadian Third Year in Nice. La personne responsable de la coordination choisit un cours de littérature, de linguistique ou de culture enseigné dans son université.

PR: admission to the Canadian Third Year Program in Nice and French 2602, or permission of the Head of the Department

3508

Advanced French Studies at Nice (II)

is a required course of Session II of the Canadian Third Year Program in Nice. The Coordinator will choose among a French literature, linguistics or culture course taught at his or her university.

3508 Études françaises à Nice (II) est un cours obligatoire lors du deuxième du programme Canadian Third Year in Nice. La personne responsable de la coordination choisit un cours de littérature, de linguistique ou de culture enseigné dans son université.

PR: admission to the Canadian Third Year Program in Nice and French 3507

3650

French Culture

is an introduction to the culture of French. Practice in oral and written French.

3650 Culture française introduction à la culture française. Pratique de la langue orale et écrite.

PR: French 2101 or 2602 and French 2300 or 2900

3651

Quebec Culture

is an introduction to the culture of Quebec. Practice in oral and written French.

3651 Culture québécoise introduction à la culture du Québec. Pratique de la langue oral et écrite.

PR: French 2101 or 2602 and French 2300 or 2900

3653

Canadian Francophone Culture Outside Quebec

is an introduction to the culture of French-speaking regions of Canada other than Quebec. Practice in oral and written French.

3653 Culture franco-canadienne hors Québec introduction à la culture d’expression française du Canada à l’extérieur du Québec. Pratique de la langue orale et écrite.

PR: French 2101 or 2602 and French 2300 or 2900

3654

Francophone World

studies the role, the diversity of the French language, its status and challenges in the French-speaking world outside France and Canada.

3654 La Francophonie mondiale étudie le rôle, la diversité de la langue française, ses statuts et défis dans le monde francophone en dehors de la France et du Canada.

PR: French 2101 or 2602 and French 2300 or or 2900

3800

Interdisciplinary Topics in French Culture

- inactive course.

3800 Étude interdisciplinaire en culture française - cours désactivé.

4100

Advanced French Expression

is an intensive review of the stylistics of written French, including levels of expression and composition of texts with a Francophone audience in mind (correspondence, reports, etc.). Advanced oral practice.

4100 Perfectionnement de l'expression pratique intensive de la stylistique du français écrit; exploration des registres; rédaction de textes en vue d'un lectorat francophone (correspondance, rapport, réclamation, etc.). Pratique du français oral, niveau avancé.

PR: FREN 3100 and 3101 or FREN 3102 and 3103

4101

Translation and Comparative Stylistics

is an introduction to principles and methods of translation from French to English and English to French. Comparative stylistics of French and English.

4101 Traduction et stylistique comparée initiation aux principes et aux méthodes de la traduction (thème et version). Stylistique comparée du français et de l'anglais.

PR: FREN 3100 and 3101 or FREN 3102 and 3103

4120-4129

Special Topics in French language

are advanced courses on specialized topics in French language. Subjects to be treated will be announced each year by the Department.

4120 - 4129 Sujets spéciaux de langue française cours avancés portant sur des aspects spécialisés de la langue française. Les sujets traités seront annoncés chaque année par le Département.

PR: FREN 3100 and 3101 or FREN 3102 and 3103

4301

French Dialects, Patois, and Argots

- inactive course.

4301 Étude des dialectes, patois et argots de France - cours désactivé.

4310

The French Language in Canada

- inactive course.

4310 La langue française au Canada - cours désactivé.

4400

Traditional Culture of French-Newfoundlanders

- inactive course.

4400 Culture traditionnelle des Franco-Terre-Neuviens - cours désactivé.

4410

Folklore of France

- inactive course.

4410 Folklore de France - cours désactivé.

4420

French Folklore in the New World

- inactive course.

4420 Folklore français du Nouveau Monde - cours désactivé.

4610

Literary Movement I

is French literary history through the study of a movement or trend in literature up to romanticism: courtoisie, libertinage, libre pensée (free thought), the baroque, humanism, classicism, romanticism, etc.

4610 Mouvement littéraire I histoire de la littérature d'expression française à travers l'étude d'un mouvement ou d'un courant littéraire jusqu'au romantisme (et indépendamment des genres): courtoisie, libertinage, libre pensée, baroque, humanisme, classicisme, romanticisme, etc.

PR: two of: 3500, 3501, 3502, 3503, 3504, 3506 or one course in that series with a grade of 80% or above

4620

Literary Movement II

is French literary history through the study of a movement or trend in literature since realism: realism, naturalism, symbolism, surrealism, existentialism, feminism, postmodernism, the absurd, nouveau roman, roman du terroir, etc.

4620 Mouvement littéraire II histoire de la littérature d'expression française à travers l'étude d'un mouvement ou d'un courant littéraire à partir du réalisme (et indépendamment des genres): réalisme, naturalisme, symbolisme, surréalisme, existentialisme, féminisme, postmodernisme, absurde, nouveau roman, roman du terroir, etc.

PR: two of: 3500, 3501, 3502, 3503, 3504, 3506 or one course in that series with a grade of 80% or above

4630

Literary Genre I

is a study of a genre from French-literature of different periods to be chosen among the traditional or canonical forms (poetry, narrative fiction, theatre): poem, epic, novel, short story, novella tragedy, comedy, drama.

4630 Genre littéraire I étude d'un genre littéraire à travers une littérature d'expression française et à travers les siècles; quelques genres dits traditionnels (poésie, romanesque, théâtre): poème, épopée, roman, conte, nouvelle, tragédie, comédie, drame.

PR: two of: 3500, 3501, 3502, 3503, 3504, 3506 or one course in that series with a grade of 80% or above

4640

Literary Genre II

is a study of a genre from French-language literature of different periods to be chosen among other literary and popular genres such as: essay, tract, manifesto; memoirs, diary, autobiography; personal writing, fantasy, best sellers, detective novel, spy novel, science fiction, etc.

4640 Genre littéraire II étude d'un genre littéraire à travers une littérature d'expression française et à travers les siècles; les autres genres (littéraires et paralittéraires): essai, pamphlet, manifeste; mémoires, journal, autobiographie; littérature fantastique; paralittérature (best-sellers, policier, espionnage, science fiction, etc).

PR: two of: 3500, 3501, 3502, 3503, 3504, 3506 or one course in that series with a grade of 80% or above

4650

Literary Criticism

- inactive course.

4650 Critique littéraire - cours désactivé.

4651-4659

Special Topics in Francophone Culture

are advanced courses on specialized topics in Francophone culture. Subjects to be treated will be announced each year by the Department.

4651 - 4659 Sujets spéciaux en culture francophone cours avancés protant sur des domaines spécialisés de la culture de la Francophonie. Les sujets traités seront annoncés chaque année par le Département.

PR: French 3100, 3101 and one other third-year French course

4660

Literary Theory

- inactive course.

4660 Théorie littéraire - cours désactivé.

4820-4829

Special topics in French-language Literature

are advanced courses on specialized topics in literature written in French. Subjects to be treated will be announced each year by the Department.

4820 - 4829 Sujets spéciaux de littérature d'expression française cours avancés portant sur des aspects spécialisés de la littérature d'expression française. Les sujets traités seront annoncés chaque année par le Département.

PR: two of: 3500, 3501, 3502, 3503, 3504, 3506 or one course in that series with a grade of 80% or above

4900

Honours Essay I

under the direction of their assigned supervisors, students will select an honours essay topic, prepare a research proposal, and submit a draft of at least one section of the honours essay. Students are expected to meet regularly with their supervisors.

4900 Dissertation I pour la spécialisation en français l’étudiant/e choisira un sujet de recherches en accord avec son directeur ou sa directrice de recherches, préparera une proposition détaillée et remettra un premier jet d'une partie de sa dissertation. Il ou elle devra rencontrer son directeur ou sa directrice de recherches régulièrement.

PR: admission to the honours program in French and permission of the Head of Department

4999

Honours Essay II

under the direction of their assigned supervisors, students will complete the writing of their honours essay. Students are expected to meet regularly with their supervisors.

4999 Dissertation II pour la spécialisation en français l'étudiant/e continuera l’écriture de sa dissertation sous la direction de son directeur ou de sa directrice de recherches. Il ou elle devra rencontrer son directeur ou sa directrice de recherches régulièrement.

PR: completion of FREN 4900 with a minimum grade of 70%

AR = Attendance requirement; CH = Credit hours are 3 unless otherwise noted; CO = Co-requisite(s); CR = Credit can be retained for only one course from the set(s) consisting of the course being described and the course(s) listed; LC = Lecture hours per week are 3 unless otherwise noted; LH = Laboratory hours per week; OR = Other requirements of the course such as tutorials, practical sessions, or seminars; PR = Prerequisite(s); UL = Usage limitation(s).
10.11.1 Italian

In accordance with Senate's Policy Regarding Inactive Courses, the course descriptions for courses which have not been offered in the previous three academic years and which are not scheduled to be offered in the current academic year have been removed from the following listing. For information about any of these inactive courses, please contact the Head of the Department.

Italian courses are designated by ITAL.

1000

Elementary Italian I

is for beginners in Italian. Introduction to the fundamentals of Italian grammar, with particular attention to the acquisition of basic skills in oral and written communication.

LC: 4

LH: 1

1001

Elementary Italian II

is a continuation of Elementary Italian I.

LC: 4

LH: 1

PR: ITAL 1000

2000

Italian Language and Culture (Intermediate Level) I

- inactive course.

2001

Italian Language and Culture (Intermediate Level) II

- inactive course.

AR = Attendance requirement; CH = Credit hours are 3 unless otherwise noted; CO = Co-requisite(s); CR = Credit can be retained for only one course from the set(s) consisting of the course being described and the course(s) listed; LC = Lecture hours per week are 3 unless otherwise noted; LH = Laboratory hours per week; OR = Other requirements of the course such as tutorials, practical sessions, or seminars; PR = Prerequisite(s); UL = Usage limitation(s).
10.11.2 Spanish

In accordance with Senate's Policy Regarding Inactive Courses, the course descriptions for courses which have not been offered in the previous three academic years and which are not scheduled to be offered in the current academic year have been removed from the following listing. For information about any of these inactive courses, please contact the Head of the Department.

Spanish courses are designated by SPAN.

1000

Elementary Spanish I

is an introductory course, grammar, reading and oral Spanish.

1001

Elementary Spanish II

is a continuation of Elementary Spanish I.

PR: SPAN 1000

2000

Intermediate Spanish I

is a continuation of the basic grammar, reading, and oral Spanish completed in the elementary program.

PR: SPAN 1001

2001

Intermediate Spanish II

is a continuation of Intermediate Spanish I.

PR: SPAN 2000

2010

Intermediate Spanish Language Studies

will emphasize the development of aural comprehension and oral expression in Spanish in an intensive immersion setting. The course will also include work on written expression and comprehension.

PR: SPAN 1001 or permission of the Head of the Department. Offered only in the context of a study-abroad program in a Spanish speaking country.

2020

Intermediate Hispanic Cultural and Literary Studies

will focus on hispanic literary and cultural studies at the intermediate level and in an intensive immersion setting.

PR: SPAN 1001 or permission of the Head of the Department. Offered only in the context of a study-abroad program in a Spanish speaking country.

3000

Spanish Literature of the 18th and 19th Century I

- inactive course.

3001

Spanish Literature of the 18th and 19th Century II

- inactive course.

3010

Advanced Spanish Language Studies

will be similar to SPAN 2010 but at a more advanced level.

PR: SPAN 2001 or permission of the Head of the Department. Offered only in the context of a study-abroad program in a Spanish speaking country.

3020

Advanced Hispanic Cultural and Literary Studies

will be similar to SPAN 2020 but at a more advanced level.

PR: SPAN 2001 or permission of the Head of the Department. Offered only in the context of a study-abroad program in a Spanish speaking country.

3100

Spanish Literature of the Golden Age: Poetry and Drama

- inactive course.

3101

Spanish Literature of the Golden Age: Prose

is a general introduction to the historical and cultural background and development of sixteenth and seventeenth century Spanish prose literature through study of Lazarillo de Tormes, Don Quijote and El Buscón. Special emphasis is laid on the picaresque novel and on the originality of Cervantes and the creation of the first truly "modern" novel.

PR: SPAN 2001

3200

Spanish Literature 20th Century I

is a general survey of Spanish literary works of the twentieth century, with a detailed study of representative authors.

PR: SPAN 2001

3201

Spanish Literature 20th Century II

- inactive course.

3300

Hispanic Cinema and Culture

is a study of selected (subtitled) films by representative film-makers from the Hispanic world. Emphasis will be placed on the cultural and social issues explored in the films and the historical context in which they emerge.

PR: SPAN 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department.

UL: not acceptable towards the second language requirement for the completion of the Bachelor of Arts degree

3400

Spanish Civilization

- inactive course.

3401

Latin-American Culture and Civilization

explores Latin-American culture and civilization from pre-Columbian times to the present. Particular attention will be paid to the issues of colonization, identity and to the background of the various independence and revolutionary movements in the region.

PR: SPAN 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department

3500

Latin-American Literature I

is a survey course on the development of Latin-American literature from pre-Columbian times to the Modernism movement.

PR: SPAN 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department

3501

Latin-American Literature II

is a survey of major trends in Latin-American literature since Modernismo and analysis of selected works of prose, poetry and drama.

PR: SPAN 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department

3502

Latin-American Short Story

is a survey course on general characteristics and history of the short story. Emphasis will be placed on close reading of stories from different geographical areas, such as Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Colombia, and the U.S.

PR: SPAN 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department

3600

Spanish American Literature 20th Century I

is a study of representative works of Spanish-American literature of the twentieth century.

PR: SPAN 2001

3601

Spanish American Literature 20th Century II

- inactive course.

3700

Advanced Spanish I

covers oral Spanish, composition and reading of contemporary literary materials; phonetics.

PR: SPAN 2001

3701

Advanced Spanish II

is a continuation of Advanced Spanish I.

PR: SPAN 3700

3800-3809

Special Topics in Spanish-language Literature

will have the particulars available on the Departmental website.

CO: SPAN 2001 or equivalent but may vary with each new course

CR: currently not applicable but may vary with each new course

PR: SPAN 2001 or equivalent but may vary with each new course

3850-3859

Special Topics in Spanish-language Culture

will have the particulars available on the Departmental website.

CO: SPAN 2001 or equivalent but may vary with each new course

CR: currently not applicable but may vary with each new course

PR: SPAN 2001 or equivalent but may vary with each new course

4000

Medieval Spanish Literature I: Verse

- inactive course.

4001

Medieval Spanish Literature II: Prose

- inactive course.

4200

Nineteenth Century Spanish Novel

- inactive course.

4201

Modern Spanish Novel

- inactive course.

4500

Twentieth Century Latin-American Novel

examines a cross-section of literary currents in 20th century Latin-American narrative prose fiction. The complex interplay of myth and reality is examined in, for example, the novel of the revolution, La novela de la tierra, La novela de dictador, La novela femenina and La novela testimonial.

PR: any Spanish 3000 level course and Spanish 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department

4501

Modernism in Latin-American Literature

will examine the genesis and development of this groundbreaking movement from its beginnings in 1885 to its transformation into the avant-garde movement in the first decades of the 2oth Century.

CO: any Spanish 3000 level course and Spanish 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department

4502

Modern Latin-American Drama

is a study of the characteristics of theatre, its literary and performative aspects, and its relationship to history, culture and society.

CO: any Spanish 3000 level course and Spanish 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department

4503

Contemporary Latin-American Poetry

is an exploration of 20th century Latin-American poetry and the complex relationship between its social and poetic components. Among the topics to be studied are subjectivity, authority and gender. The course includes Latino-Canadian poets.

CO: any Spanish 3000 level course and Spanish 2001 or equivalent, or permission of the Head of the Department

4700

Oral and Written Spanish Composition I

- inactive course.

4701

Oral and Written Spanish Composition II

- inactive course.

4800

Directed Reading Course in Spanish

- inactive course.

6900

Reading in Spanish

is a graduate service course.

PR: offered only in the context of a study-abroad program in a Spanish speaking country

AR = Attendance requirement; CH = Credit hours are 3 unless otherwise noted; CO = Co-requisite(s); CR = Credit can be retained for only one course from the set(s) consisting of the course being described and the course(s) listed; LC = Lecture hours per week are 3 unless otherwise noted; LH = Laboratory hours per week; OR = Other requirements of the course such as tutorials, practical sessions, or seminars; PR = Prerequisite(s); UL = Usage limitation(s).