French and Francophone Concentration
This concentration unites a diversity of disciplinary approaches to France while extending the notion of French Studies beyond the specific territorial and linguistic boundaries of France and Parisian French. Relying on a solid language training, courses offered in French literature of France, Francophone literature of Africa and the Caribbean, film studies, social, political history, art history and economics, will afford a synthetic view of the evolution and impact of French cultural institutions. The majors most organically connected with French Studies are French, history, anthropology, art history and political science, although students majoring in other disciplines may also concentrate in French Studies.
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