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New Course Supplement 2016

FREN 20.01 Conversations with French Classics

In this course we will examine the relationship between conversation and French history and culture.  We will explore the role of conversation on artistic production and examine its influence on the history of ideas. Conversation was a central tenet of early modern intellectual and textual exchanges through the Enlightenment, and the French salon  was the site in which conversation flourished.  We will then extend our analysis to the present day.  What are the forms conversation has adopted in France today, especially in digital culture?  Is there anything about this art and the way that it functions that is still uniquely French?

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:LIT; WCult:W

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