Detailed Syllabus and outline for a 7-week course in the history of the language and culture of Quebec.
French and Francophone literature and culture.
Italian language and culture.
Breton language and culture.
Spanish language, literature, and culture.
French language and culture.
• Hispanic Orientalism, Medieval Spanish Literature, Chronicles of Discovery, Literary and Cultural Theory.
• Spanish Language, Languages for specific purposes, Literature, and Culture, Arabic Language, Literature, and Culture.
Creative writing; Yiddish language, culture, and literature; poetry; cultural studies; Romanticism; Celtic language and literature; Scottish literature
Have you ever thought about the language you speak? If the answer is yes, surely you might have wondered: Where does my language come from? How does it change? What are its relationships with other languages? How do its literary and cultural production reflect such evolution and connections? In this course we will approach classic works of Spanish literature within the methodological frame of linguistic historiography, and the reading and analysis of these texts will help us understand how the Spanish language changes overtime, and challenge us to find answers for the above questions and many others in relation to linguistic attitudes and the historical construction of linguistic identity.
Japanese language, literature and culture
Maya languages and cultures in Guatemala
French literature, language, culture; digital humanities; modern European cultural history.
French Foreign Language Teaching, Francophone Literature and Culture, Haitian Literature and Culture, Comparative Caribbean Literature and Culture, Translation studies