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U.S. History Colonial Origins to 1861

Introduces you to the formation of American values and institutions from the early English settlements of North America through the Revolution and Civil War.

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This sequence of courses is offered fall (FRE110), winter (FRE120) and spring (FRE130). This sequence of three courses introduces students to spoken and written French. Considerable oral practice...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (GER110), winter (GER120) and spring (GER130). They present the fundamental structures of German with emphasis on acquisition of the basic skills: speaking...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (JPN110), winter (JPN120) and spring (JPN130). These courses introduce students to the language of everyday life. Students learn the basic skills: speaking...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (RUS110), winter (RUS120) and spring (RUS130). This sequence of three courses introduces students to both spoken and written Russian. The four language...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (SPA110), winter (SPA120) and spring (SPA130). This sequence introduces students to spoken and written Spanish. Considerable oral practice and written...

Students expand on their linguistic skills and knowledge of Spanish-speaking cultures and groups through the exploration of the arts, and topics related to the development of individual and group...

Students continue to develop all of their linguistic skills while exploring topics related to customs, values and traditions, as well as contemporary issues in Spanish-speaking cultures. Materials...

This course examines a variety of plays from Molière to Sartre, focusing on character interaction against the backdrop of playwright and the period. Possible authors might also include...

This course explores contemporary social issues and global challenges, technological and environmental, in the French-speaking world. Materials may include essays, short stories, novels, radio...

This course studies selected works by great francophone writers of the past and present, whose reaffirmation and defense of human dignity, or questioning of it, give them lasting significance....

Giants, misers, hypochondriacs, lovesick poets, eternal optimists - these are but a few of the characters that abound in this literature course that begins with Rabelais' Gargantua and ends with...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (GER502), winter (GER503) and spring (GER504) and focuses on recognized masterpieces of German writing, with both classical and contemporary authors...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (GER111), winter (GER221) and spring (GER231). This three-term sequence presents the material of the first two years of the German program. It is...

For those students who want to spend a term studying one or two great novels of the francophone world. Possible choices include Roch Carrier, La guerre yes sir! Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary;...

The readings, discussions and writing in this course will center on a series of Hispanic films chosen for their cultural, historical and artistic value. Students will read scenarios, source...

This course explores the quest of one's identity through facets of Francophone societies. How can culture, customs, family, gender and language shape and influence identity in a progressively...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (CHI210), winter (CHI220) and spring (CHI230). The second year of courses builds heavily upon previously-learned vocabulary and grammar structures. All...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (FRE210), fall and winter (FRE220) and winter and spring (FRE230). This sequence continues the study of spoken and written French begun in French 110/120/...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (GER210), winter (GER220) and spring (GER230). Language proficiency, reading, writing, vocabulary building and continued investigation of German-speaking...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (JPN210), winter (JPN220) and spring (JPN230). This sequence of three courses continues the study of spoken and written Japanese. The students are...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (RUS210), winter (RUS220) and spring (RUS230). This sequence of three courses continues the study of oral and written Russian. A comprehensive review of...

This sequence continues the study of spoken and written Spanish begun in the sequence of Spanish 110/120/130. It completes the study of fundamental forms and structures and includes a program of...

This course introduces advanced students to a challenging selection of readings that reveal the diversity of voices, authors and outlooks in the world's 21 Hispanic nations and in Spanish-speaking...

This course is designed as a more in-depth exploration of literature following Spanish 400. Students expand on their study of literature in the Spanish language through a selection of readings...

The readings in this course focus on multicultural aspects in the German-speaking countries and examine the writings of several recognized minority authors. There is continued development of...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (GER502), winter (GER503) and spring (GER504) and focuses on recognized masterpieces of German writing, with both classical and contemporary authors...

This advanced course focuses on selected literary works from Chinese prose and fiction (1919 to present). Possible authors may include Zhu Ziqing, Lu Xun and Yu Hua. Students will read authentic...