ADSP 103601 Intermediate Conversational Spanish
This semester provides further development of skills necessary for Spanish oral communication. Practice in small conversation groups, interviews and role-playing.
Tues 6:15–9:15, Jan 13–May 5, Karen Daggett
French and ITALIAN Literature in English
ADRL 116201 French Literature in English II: Literary Testimonies
(All in English)
From the Second World War to the struggle for independence of France's colonies to present-day attempts to come to grips with issues of post-colonialism and racism, writers of France and the French-speaking world beyond France's borders have borne witness to the historical events of their time. We will study these literary testimonies in the writings of Albert Camus (Algeria/France), Jean-Paul Sartre (France), Simone de Beauvoir (France), Frantz Fanon (Martinique), Tahar Ben Jelloun (Morocco) and Marguerite Duras (Vietnam/France).
Tues 6:15–9:15, Jan 13–May 5, James Flagg
ADRL 117501 Inventing Modern Literature: Dante, Boccaccio, Petrarch and Medieval Florence
(All in English)
During the period from 1265, Dante’s date of birth, to 1375, when Boccaccio died, one civilization ended and another began. Dante is the last great voice of Medieval Italy. Boccaccio links the medieval way of life to the age of humanism, and Petrarch, torn by unresolved inner conflicts, stands as the first “modern man”. Excerpts from Dante’s Inferno, Boccaccio’s Decameron, and Petrarch’s Canzoniere will be read. All writing assignments, class discussions and readings are in English.
Thurs 6:15–9:15, Jan 15–May 7, Brian O’Connor
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