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Modern Languages and Culture

Fall Courses

August 26 - December 19

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Modern Languages and Cultures - 212 217.5090

MC 251
Italian Cinema
3.0 credits
In-state $885.00   Out-of-state $2,673.00
This course is cross-listed with FI 243. Students survey the defining elements of Italian cinema from inception to contemporary Italian cinematic practices. Screenings include Neorealist masterpieces, cinema d'autore, commedia all'italiana, spaghetti Westerns, and contemporary Italian films. This course is taught in English. (G7: Humanities; G6: Arts)

Fall

CRN Section Day Time Location
31088 85A M 6:30 PM-10:20 PM D207


MC 262
Revolution as Spectacle: Mexico
3.0 credits
Online: In-state $693.00   Out-of-state $1,992.00
An exploration of the cultural context of Mexican Revolution, between 1910 and 1940. Cultural production is examined using interconnected perspectives from critical sources and written and visual archival material. Study of the impact of Mexican literary and artistic revolutionary movements in Latin America and the United States during this period. This course is taught in English. (G7: Humanities; G9: Other World Civilizations)

Fall

CRN Section Day Time Location
31168 OL1 ONLINE


MC 308
White Gold: Sugar, Power and the Creation of Atlantic Capitalism (Interdisciplinary)
3.0 credits
In-state $885.00   Out-of-state $2,673.00
This is an interdisciplinary course cross-listed with SS 308. In this team-taught course, students study the political and economic implications of the rise of sugar to dietary prominence and the literary representations of this phenomenon. Students examine the human costs of consumer behavior. (G7: Humanities; G9: Other World Civilizations)

Fall

CRN Section Day Time Location
31629 85A T 5:10 PM-8:00 PM CCD614


MC 345
Food for Thought: Gastronomy in Italian Literature and Culture
3.0 credits
Online: In-state $930.00   Out-of-state $2,718.00
Pre-requisite: EN 121
From the excesses of the Roman table to today's ‘Slow food movement' it is through food that Italians have affirmed and defended their cultural heritage. This course traces the historical evolution of Italian cuisine and maps an overview of Italian literature and culture through an analysis of influential literary texts. Taught in English. (G5: Western Civilization; G7: Humanities)

Fall

CRN Section Day Time Location
31625 OL1 ONLINE
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