Contemporary French Culture and Civilization

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Course No: 50.320; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

In this course we look closely at some fundamental issues reflecting the rapidly changing paramters of French culture and society today; the question of national identity and cultural hybridite, the relationship between the evolving types of family relations and new forms of social and political contracts; the crucial personal problems faced by the young, the poor, the immigrant and the elderly in an increasingly multicultural Hexagone attempting to define its place, role and funcation within the recently defined Europe unit and the new global world order; the current status of women; the relashionship between cities and ghettos, violence and crime; the nature of emerging forms of cultural production within new trends and styles of modernite.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: 50.212.
  • Special Notes: Conducted in French.
  • Credits: 3;

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