Subject: History
Credit units: 0
College: Graduate and Postdoc Studies
Department: History


This course prepares graduate students in history and cognate disciplines to develop French reading and translation skills as they pertain to their future research interests. The primary emphasis will be on the comprehension of a wide variety of French texts and how best to render them into English. The course will also present a rapid overview of French grammar with some phonological and cultural references. Primary sources will be taken from a wide selection of scholarly texts written by francophone authors.

Note: HIST 888.0 is equivalent to INCC 801. Students with credit for INCC 801 may not receive credit for HIST 888.0.

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