Fall 2013 Courses
Across the humanities, social sciences, Duke’s programs offer an array of seminars that feature the deep traditions of Francophone cultures. Our faculty teaches courses focusing on critical questions in the contexts of Europe, Africa and the Americas.
The Center aims to foster writing and research in French. Students interested in pursuing such work should begin by consulting the Romance Studies Dept. http://romancestudies.duke.edu/undergraduate/courses for undergraduate courses and http://romancestudies.duke.edu/graduate/courses-department for graduate courses.
Each semester the Center will flag a number of other courses in a variety of disciplines that are not cross-listed.
|ART, ART HISTORY AND VISUAL STUDIES|
|ARTHIS/VMS||303||History of Photography: 1839-Present||Prof. Pat Leighten||WF
10:05 – 1:20
|East Duke 108|
|VMS||338||Paris: 1850 – 1930||Prof. Neil McWilliam||TTH
10:20 – 11:05
|HIS||203||History of Africa: Antiquity – Early Modern||Prof. Bruce Hall||
1:25 – 1:40
|Wet Duke 106|
|HIS||460||Black Death and Medieval Society||Prof. Jehangir Malegam||T
3:05 – 5:35
|HIS||790||Readings in Cultural History: What is Modernity?||Prof. Bill Reddy||TH
3:05 – 5:35
|PHIL||201||History of Modern Philosophy||Prof. Nima Bassiri||TTH
3:05 – 4:20
|East Duke 204D|