2752 - Complexité, richesse et diversité du 19e siècle en France - Part I
This course taught entirely in French is geared to students with an intermediate high or advanced low level of French proficiency. Nineteenth century France sees seven different political regimes, the advent of the Industrial Revolution and the subsequent rise of the bourgeoisie, and the proletariat. New ideas, such as socialism, emerge and the democratic ideal becomes law. Because of the abundance of writers, we will concentrate on Lamartine, Vigny, Victor Hugo, and Musset in the winter term. Handouts, pictures, music, and PowerPoint presentations will be posted on the class’s website, so students must have a good Internet connection at home to view them. As always, students will be invited to impersonate people of the period. We will cover Part II of the course in fall 2019. Lecture (plus Questions)Facilitated DiscussionListening to Music or Other AudioViewing Videos
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