Popular Culture in Modern France: A Study of Cultural Discourse

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Caroline has taught French language and culture at all levels in a range of institutions in South Korea, Hong Kong and Australia. With a background in law and marketing, she has also worked for a number of years in the commercial departments of various companies in South Korea, France and Hong Kong.


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Dr Wilson's research interests include: life writing, specifically diary and letter writing, intersection of gender and genre, late nineteenth century French women's writing and social history. Contact Research Expert.

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French and Francophone Studies offers a range of research programs that encompass the study of French and francophone modern and contemporary literature, cinema, art, theory, linguistics and translation. Our department is a vibrant community of researchers, teaching staff and students.

We hold regular seminars and events that seek to engage with the French-speaking community at large and provide a platform for new and exciting research in French and Francophone Studies. Domestic students and International students. It will consist of a set of five courses at least four of which must be Comparative Studies or Religious Studies courses, and no more than two at the level that is centered on a particular set of discourses, objects, cultural practices, or problems.

See the list of available classes below.

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Students choose a field of focus from the following topics or others as approved by the faculty adviser: politics of culture, cultural theory, global studies, performance studies, media and visual culture. Courses from other Comparative Studies tracks as well as courses in other departments may be used to satisfy part of this requirement.

No more than three credits at the level may count toward fulfillment of the Electives Requirement.

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