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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
East Carolina University
   
 
  Jan 17, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

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Foreign Language

  
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    FORL 1060 - Global Understanding Through Literature


    3 GE:HU GD

    Exploration of human cultural diversity through readings in literature and philosophy in the context of virtual exchange with a variety of countries. Selected texts read in English.
  
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    FORL 1551 - Introduction to Russia: Land of the Firebird


    3 GE:HU

    Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Introduction to the most significant achievements of Russian culture in their socio-historical context through study and discussion of canonical literary texts, films, fairy tales, and other cultural elements.
  
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    FORL 1662 - Introduction to Hispanic Studies


    3 GE:HU GD

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Exploration of the field of Hispanic Studies through an examination of film, literature, and media.
  
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    FORL 2220 - Sci-Fi: East and West


    3 GE:HU

    Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Comparative exploration of selected Russian and East European science fiction films and literary texts in English translation within the broader context of the international sci-fi genre. Interdisciplinary discussion of the problems addressed in science fiction texts: utopia/dystopia, progress, technology, reason, human nature, otherness, and ethics.
  
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    FORL 2520 - French Cinema Classics


    3 GE:HU GD

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Examination of evolution and art of French cinema, from its invention to the present.
  
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    FORL 2600 - Literature in Translation: The Holocaust


    3 GE:HU GD

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Nazis’ crimes during World War II era and fascism in Europe. Examines and discusses selected literary text and original documents, viewing of films, and meetings with Holocaust survivors.
  
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    FORL 2620 - French Literature in Translation


    3 GE:HU GD

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Principal genres of French literature from its origins to present. Selected literary texts read in English.
  
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    FORL 2622 - Francophone Literature of the Americas in Translation


    3 GE:HU GD

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Literature and culture of French-speaking regions of Americas through study of selected readings in translation.
  
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    FORL 2624 - Francophone Literature of Africa in Translation


    3 GE:HU

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Literature and culture of French-speaking regions of Africa through study of selected readings in translation.
  
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    FORL 2660 - Spanish Literature in Translation


    3 GE:HU

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Selected literary texts from Spain. Emphasis on social, political, and cultural context.
  
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    FORL 2661 - Latin American Literature in Translation


    3 WI GE:HU

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Selected works of major Latin American writers.
  
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    FORL 2662 - Special Topics in Hispanic Cinemas


    3

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Exploration of Hispanic cinema by examining films as cultural products reflecting social, political, and economic realities in the Spanish-speaking world.
  
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    FORL 2665 - Don Quixote


    3 WI GE:HU GD

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Intensive study of world’s first modern novel, Cervantes’ Don Quixote.
  
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    FORL 2666 - Latino Texts


    3 GE:HU DD

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Cultural and literary texts of various Hispanic groups living or having lived in US territory for large part of their lives from mid-nineteenth century to present.
  
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    FORL 2680 - German Literature in Translation


    3 GE:HU GD

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Selected texts from German-speaking world. Texts read in English.
  
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    FORL 2690 - Introduction to German Cinema


    3 GE:HU GD

    May count toward film studies minor. Explores major developments (genres, films, directors, etc.) in German cinema throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.
  
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    FORL 2700 - Special Topics in French or Francophone Literature


    3

    May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Selected topics relating to literature of France or a French-speaking region of the world. Topics vary.
  
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    FORL 2760 - Special Topics in Hispanic Studies


    3 GE:HU

    May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Selected topics relating to culture or civilization of Spain or Latin America.
  
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    FORL 3660 - Hispanic Women Writers


    3 GE:HU

    May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. May not be repeated for credit by women’s studies students. May not count toward foreign language requirement. Conducted in English; no knowledge of other languages required. Selected texts written by women in Hispanic countries from a literary, cultural, and historical perspective.
  
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    FORL 4700 - Special Topics in Foreign Languages and Literatures


    3

    May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. Taught in English. No previous knowledge of other languages required. P: Consent of instructor. Selected topics relating to language, literature, culture or civilization of one or more areas of the globe.
 


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