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FREN 3350: Reading Texts in the French-Speaking World: Cultures

This guide provides an introduction to library sources and services related to the Spring 2024 Reading Texts in the French-Speaking World course “Et toi? Où elle est ta place?”: Class, race, and place in French and Francophone Cultures.

“Et toi? Où elle est ta place?” Class, race, and place in French and Francophone Cultures

Street art commemorating the mass killing of Algerians in the Paris massacre of 1961. A young man today mimics the same pose as the fleeing Algerian protestors.

This guide provides an introduction to library sources and services related to the Spring 2024 Reading Texts in the French-Speaking World course “Et toi? Où elle est ta place?”: Class, race, and place in French and Francophone Cultures. The guide gives an overview of library collections and databases related to French & Francophone Studies as well as general research and writing tools.

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About French at Georgetown

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT SERVED: Department of French

GENERAL OBJECTIVE: To support undergraduate instruction and individual faculty research in French linguistics, language and culture. Degree offered: B.S. through the School of Languages and Linguistics. Also to support an advanced degree offered in linguistics with minor in French and certificates in African Studies and European Studies.

SCOPE OF COVERAGE:
Language: Primary language is French, supplemented by English.
Geography: Collect from and about France and the French-speaking areas of Canada, Africa, and the West Indies.
Chronology: All periods of French language and literature.

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