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FRST 294 Montreal: Interculturalism in Representation

FRST 294  Montreal: Interculturalism in Representation  Units: 3.00  

Montreal is a converging point for immigrants. We will explore significant texts that represent this diversity, from a migrant perspective or one of majority, and the political implications that arise in a pluralistic context, seeking to identify the model of interculturalism, and its links with notions such as hybridity adopted by migrant writers.
NOTE This course is offered in French. Students registered in FREN 394 will read texts in their French original version and write their quizzes, essay and exam in French. Those registered in FRST 294 may read texts in translation, and write their quizzes, essay and exam in English. English version of PowerPoint presentations will be available on onQ. Students registered should understand oral French at an intermediate level.

Learning Hours: 120 (36 Lecture, 84 Private Study)  
Requirements: Prerequisite Level 2 or above or permission of the Department. Exclusion FREN 394. Note A placement test is recommended prior to registering in this course, please visit the Department of French Studies webpage for more information.  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science