Majors select from among the course offerings in the language departments and complement their language study with course work in the humanities and social sciences. They are expected to take ROMLG 375, Advanced Seminar in Romance Languages and Cultures, in the years when it is offered. 

RLL 375s - Mind of the Traveler: Journeys, Expeditions and Tours (Offered Spring 2014)

Taught in English.  Travel literature has always been a precious source for the study of culture, politics, arts and, last but not least, people.  From Tacitus to Marco Polo, from Stendhal to Camilo Jose Cela, we will read and discuss authors who traveled for political, personal, and recretational reason.  We will pay special attention to tales of emigration and immigration in the third millennium.


Meets Language requirement or Humanities I-A requirement

O. Frau

Prereq. for language majors: two courses in culture and literature at the 200-level; 4 credits; expected enrollment 16; Note: Students wishing to obtain 300-level credit in French, Italian, or Spanish must read texts and write papers in the Romance language for which they wish to receive credit.

Crosslisted with FREN 321/ ITAL 361/ SPAN 360 / GENDER 333

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Romance Languages Faculty
Esther Castro, Nicole Vaget, Nieves Romero-Diaz, Elissa Gelfand, Ombretta Frau