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This introductory-level course will examine some of the great works of the French Enlightenment in their specific relation to the world we have become. Our work will be based on three or four texts by Baudelaire and Flaubert, it being understood that additional works of criticism will illuminate the discussion of these texts.

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This course provides students with a foundation in foreign language acquisition and sociolinguistic research pertinent to foreign language teaching and introduces current teaching methodologies and technologies and their usefulness in the classroom. And what did literature have to do with these issues?

In addition, the Revolution also generated new ways of thinking about urban living and remodelling the city for the modern age. Undergraduates must be in their third or fourth year.

In this course, we will examine the cultural and literary relationships juios Brazil and Lusophone African Countries, and Brazil and Spanish America. Open to graduate students and advanced undergraduates. An in-depth study of the third cantica of Dante’s masterpiece, considered the most difficult but in many ways also the most innovative.

It is in this context that love became the symbol of a king who privileged peace against war, and where emotional pleasure triumphed over moralizing values and asserted itself as a new aesthetic category.

In this sense, the 21st century is in the process of reinventing a new Montaigne. We study a wide range of its cultural manifestations architecture, paintings, music, arts of the body, literature, the folkloric calendar, cinema, gastronomy as well as its current political situation and the role that emigration and immigration play in the constitution of the Catalan identity.

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In this vein, slavery offers a system through which to rethink disciplinary connections, through the figure of discipline itself. Women poets and dialect poets will also be included. Often, to perform was to imitate the affects, sentiments and poses of a painting. Readings will include collective publications by the group as well as works by Queneau, Perec, Roubaud, Calvino, Mathews, Grangaud, and others.


Questions we will address include how do we constitute and navigate these collections? During the twentieth century, literature, social thought, music and cinema were completely intertwined in Brazil.

Reading knowledge of French required; advanced undergrads admitted with consent of instructor. Attention is also paid to some sociolinguistic issues, such as the coexistence of Catalan and Spanish, and the standardization of Catalan.

SPAN ordepending upon the requirements of the program for which credit is sought. In particular, the course will focus on two topics as case studies: Each class session will revolve around one or a few poems in order to allow time for in-depth discussion and analysis, and we will systematically pair these lyric texts with influential critical readings of them.

This course explores the strategies adopted by French literary fiction in a cultural context that increasingly relegates the novel to the margins and privileges forms of non-fiction narrative. Among the many questions to be raised, we will consider the ways in which literature can represent and reproduce the human, social, cultural, historical and political experiences of exile. FREN orheidegter upon the requirements of judiow program for heudegger credit is sought.

Nous verrons comment le Heideggfr de voyage de Montaigne constitue un document politique et culturel pour Montaigne. Discussions in both French and English.

A thematic approach will enable us to explore a large number of critical discourses, from the moral status of nonhuman animals to the long-held assumptions regarding the anthropocentric set of values that have defined Western culture.

In particular, the crisis which affected history painting in eighteen-century France: Heideggrr, poet, historian, Edgar Quinet had a profound influence in nineteenth-century France. Verlaine, Rimbaud, Apollinaire, and Char.

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How does this literary form organize different visions of time and space? Neither a coherent movement nor a precise style, La Nouvelle Vague was nonetheless a watershed moment in the history of modernism.

Readings and discussion in French but comments in English are also welcome. The dissertation is submitted to the Senate of Tel-Aviv University in fulfillment of the requirement This class will be taught in English; French reading and research skills are not necessary, but would be beneficial.


It is preserved in the form of a number of related but distinct textual units that allow us to examine the discursive nature of texts such as these. We will also have a look at her lesser known films for television, her documentaries about dance and music, and her short films.

Our approach to Flaubert will be sociological.

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The Trepidation hidegger the Name: Hfidegger so, there was one aspect that was missing. We will explore the literary strategies and techniques at play in the novel, as well as its take on the relation between fiction and history, and the representation of memory and loss. We will reflect, at the same time, on the possibilities that a minority literature like Basque literature has had in carving out a niche for itself in the so-called World Republic of Letters.

Our focus will take us across a variety of genres and disciplines: In what sense can Portuguese colonialism be compared to its British and French counterparts? This seminar will be devoted to the literary life of two writers whose canon for more than a century has occupied a central place of importance in contemporary literary criticism. In the early modern age, the verbal had a strong visual component.

Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. We will study representative works spanning four centuries—from Claudio Monteverdi to John Adams—in relation to important political and social issues raised in pertinent documentary sources and theoretical writings.

The boom in novels and films about the Spanish Civil War or ETA terrorism in the last two decades and the survival and updating of sites of memory like Gernika or the so-called gudaris Basque soldiers through new versions of old songs will be some of the questions that will serve as an introduction in order to comment heidehger the narrative of current Basque authors such as Ramon Saizarbitoria, Arantxa Urretabizkaia, or Kirmen Uribe.

Readings and class meetings will be in Spanish.