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Looking to fulfill your Literature Core or Cultural Diversity requirement for graduation?

Consider the following courses in the RLL Department

FREN3300 - The French and the Peoples of America

Prof. James Flagg (Cultural Diversity, conducted in French)

FREN3393 - Life at the Limit: Narratives of Transformation

Prof. Anne Kearney (Literature Core; conducted entirely in English)

RLRL3350 - The Pursuit of Happiness in Literature and Film

Prof. Laurie Shepard (Literature Core; conducted entirely in English; an “Enduring Questions” course paired with THEO1705)

RLRL3373 - Love, Gender, Marriage

Prof. Franco Mormando (Literature Core; conducted entirely in English; an “Enduring Questions” course paired with ENGL1704)

SPAN3395 - Contextos: Introduction to Advanced Textual Analysis

(Literature Core, two sections, conducted entirely in Spanish)

SPAN6614 - History and Identity in Spanish America

Prof. Sarah Beckjord (Cultural Diversity, conducted entirely in Spanish)

SPAN6662 - Violence in Hispanic Culture

Prof. Elizabeth Rhodes (Cultural Diversity, conducted entirely in Spanish)

FREN3307 - Great Books in French

Prof. Liesl Yamaguchi (Literature Core, conducted in French)

SPAN3395 - Contextos: Introduction to Advanced Textual Analysis

(Literature Core, several sections, conducted entirely in Spanish)