Women Writers and Their Worlds
This course explores Francophone women authors representing a variety of ethnicities (e.g. Haitian, Chinese, and Japanese, from minority groups within Canada) as well as traditional French-speaking women writers from Manitoba to Montreal. Topics include family relationships and the bonds between mother and child, love and loss, ties to the homeland, and the challenges of city living.
May be taken for Honors credit.
Fulfills a required 3xx literature course for the French major or French minor or may be taken for 3xx elective credit.