The Department of French and Francophone Studies at UCLA is a major center for the study of the French language and of literatures, cultures, and civilizations of French expression throughout the world. French has for centuries been a major language of international culture, and the French literary and artistic tradition is of great historical significance. In recent decades, French critical thought has occupied a highly influential position in the theoretical discourse of the humanities and social sciences. The instructional programs of the department offer students the opportunity to achieve a well-rounded education and to pursue advanced research in a...Learn More About Us
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Professor Patrick Coleman Publishes New Book About French and English Novels of Postwar Montreal
The study of Montreal as a specific location in French and English writings has long been subordinated to the demands of linguistically divided and politically contentious narratives...
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My French studies started when I was in high school. It was during those three years of instruction that I decided that, someday, I would go to Paris. Little did I know that studying French would take me across the globe multiple times to various francophone countries. Little did I... Read more