2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CHUMS 3700 Study-Travel: Paris at the Crossroads

The period of the long" French Revolution (1789-1804) as well as the early years of the Third Republic (instituted in 1870) laid the foundations for present-day France. Together these events turned "peasants" into Frenchmen in the words of one historian. Disparate populations with regional loyalties and identities slowly came to share a national identity one forged nurtured and propagated by a number of different institutions texts artifacts. This course will consider the construction of a French identity through these media a French identity that has repeatedly been contested and debated.

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Credits

3

Prerequisite

CLITR 1100.

Offered

Spring 2018 semester.