The French program is offering two brand new courses for winter:
FR 151I - Bioethics in France and the Francosphere [taught in French] - Renan Larue
Mon/Wed 2:00-3:15 - HSSB 1206
An introduction to pressing contemporary issues and debates concerning bioethics in France and the Francosphere. Discusses issues such as euthanasia, genetic engineering, artificial intelligence, animal experiments and transhumanism, and culminates in the presentation and defense of student-devised projects. Taught in French.
FR 154I - Literature and Economics: French Theory and Fiction (1802-2018) [taught in English, fulfills Areas E and G] - Rebecca Powers
Tues/Thurs 3:30-4:45 - PSYCH 1902
Fulfills Areas E and G
You'll learn about the history of French economic theory and read novels that bring it to life. The course is an Introduction to major schools of economic thought in the modern Francophone world and will study fictional and non-fictional representations of economic theories including liberalism, socialism, neocolonialism, globalism. Readings from J.B. Say, Frédéric Bastiat, Marcel Mauss, Thomas Piketty, Ken Bugul, Virginie Despentes, and others. In English.