French Courses Offered Fall 2019
French – Fall 2019
FREN 1101: Introduction to French in the World
MWF 09:10a – 10:00a Buttrick Hall 304 Arvidson, Sarah
MWF 10:10a – 11:00a Buttrick Hall 205 Contreras, Anthony G.
MWF 11:10a – 12:00p Wilson Hall 122 White, Bryant
MWF 12:10p – 01:00p Calhoun Hall 423 Dubosson, Anne Sophie
MWF 01:10p – 02:00p Calhoun Hall 219 Petit, Elyse B.
FREN 1103: Accelerated Introduction to French in the World
MWF 10:10a – 11:00a Buttrick Hall 306 Wilson, Cara L.
MWF 11:10a – 12:00p Calhoun Hall 109 Dize, Nathan H.
MWF 12:10p – 01:00p Calhoun Hall 218 Dize, Nathan H.
MWF 01:10p – 02:00p Buttrick Hall 201 McGinley, Meghan K.
FREN 2203: Intermediate French Language and Cultures
MWF 10:10a – 11:00a Buttrick Hall 201 Petit, Elyse B.
MWF 11:10a – 12:00p Commons West House 102 Peterson, Becky
MWF 01:10p – 02:00p Furman Hall 109 Kevra, Susan K.
FREN 2501W: French Composition and Grammar
MWF 01:10p – 02:00p Calhoun Hall 117 Wilson, Cara L.
MWF 10:10a – 11:00a Calhoun Hall 103 Kevra, Susan K.
MWF 11:10a – 12:00p Calhoun Hall 103 Kevra, Susan K.
FREN 3101: Texts and Contexts: Middle Ages to the Enlightenment
TR 01:10p – 02:25p Buttrick Hall 201 Tucker, Holly A.
TR 11:00a – 12:15p Buttrick Hall 201 Miller, Paul B.
FREN 3102: Texts and Contexts: Revolution to the Present
MWF 01:10p – 02:00p Furman Hall 007 Debrauwere-Miller, Nathalie A.
FREN 3112: Medical French in Intercultural Contexts
MWF 10:10a – 11:00a Buttrick Hall 202 Porter, Nathalie D.
FREN 3224: Media Medievalisms
MWF 01:10p – 02:00p Wilson Hall 113 Ramey, Lynn T.
Note: Imagining Medieval France in Books, Video Games, and Film
FREN 3234: Contemporary Francophone Press
TR 01:10p – 02:25p Garland Hall 101 Nzabatsinda, Anthere
FREN 3892: Special Topics in Communications and Intersections – Role Playing Parisian Life
MWF 11:10a – 12:00p Buttrick Hall 201 Petit, Elyse B.
Note: This course is based on a pedagogical model known as Global Simulation. Throughout this course, students will be taking on the role of a fictitious character in France, and all the characters will reside in one apartment building in Paris. The adoption of a character will allow students to access different belief systems and ways of thinking and viewing the world and to learn to use the French language in relation to the characters identity. Each week some activities will be completed through the persona of students adopted character, while other activities will be completed as students. Through the adoption of roles and the enactment of specific real-life situations within the community of residents, students will further develop their abilities to describe, narrate, question, and reflect on current issues related to private and public life urban settings in the Francophone world.
FREN 4430: Minority Issues & Immigration in France
MWF 02:10p – 03:00p Furman Hall 007 Debrauwere-Miller, Nathalie A.