Franco American Studies is offering two courses, both of which fulfill general education requirements.
FAS 120: People Places and Pasts
This class will explore the cultural geography of Franco America. Together we will investigate how heritage links to place with particular emphasis on gender, class, and ethnicity. It is run as a seminar, with no prerequisites or knowledge of French or the Franco American community required; this class fulfills the Population and Environment General Education requirement.
FAS 250: The Acadian Experience
This course gives a history of the Acadian peoples, from early settlement to today. Taught on-line, fulfills Cultural Diversity general education requirement.
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