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UB Graduate Academic Schedule: Spring 2018


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    FR 566SEM - Lit, Subjectivity & Society
    Lecture
    Lit, Subjectivity & Society FLA Enrollment Information (not real time - data refreshed nightly)
    Class #:   24559   Enrollment Capacity:   12
    Section:   FLA   Enrollment Total:   1
    Credits:   3.00 credits   Seats Available:   11
    Dates:   01/29/2018 - 05/11/2018   Status:   OPEN
    Days, Time:   R , 4:00 PM - 6:40 PM
    Room:   Clemen 930 view map
    Location:   North Campus      
    Comments
    In this seminar, we explore the relationship between modern French-language literature writ large and its cultural and societal contexts. Specifically, we look at how works of varied genres relate to, evoke, or subvert notions of subjectivity and autonomy in various spaces of the world. We also study how the production of such literature involves the overlap of varied discourses and aesthetic systems, and its connections to questions such as citizenship, disability, gender, race, and sexuality. Typical assignments include course discussion, response papers, presentations, and a final paper. The course is conducted in French; no final exam is given.
      Course Description
    In this seminar, we explore the relationship between modern French-language literature writ large and its cultural and societal contexts. Specifically, we look at how works of varied genres relate to, evoke, or subvert notions of subjectivity and autonomy in various spaces of the world. We also study how the production of such literature involves the overlap of varied discourses and aesthetic systems, and its connections to questions such as citizenship, disability, gender, race, and sexuality. Typical assignments include course discussion, response papers, presentations, and a final paper. The course is conducted in French; no final exam is given.
      Instructor(s)
                 Flaugh, C look up    
      On-line Resources
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