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Nous lirons deux romans de Rabelais: Verlaine, Rimbaud, Apollinaire, and Char. Literature on empathy has enormously increased in recent decades, especially from the point of view of neuroscience and neuro-aesthetics. This course will be taught in English. For this course, we will read major lyottard by Freud and Lacan.

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Heidegger y “Los Judios”

This course will be bilingual French and Englishall texts will be read in French and most courses aside from those dedicated to theatrical adaptation conducted in French. We will also take into consideration different theoretical frameworks such as posthumanist theory and gender studies in order to discuss and evaluate the selected texts from different perspectives and entry points.


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It is not unusual for minority cultures confronted by the adversity of historical and geographical circumstance to close ranks and gaze lovingly on the milk-wood comfort of their own little homeland patch. This course analyzes heidebger philosophy and theology of Giordano Bruno and Tommaso Campanella, two crucial figures of European sixteenth-century culture.

This course offers an overview of theater and cinema in Brazil, from the late 19th century to the present. Readings in Spanish and English. This course will explore literary representations of the urban space of Barcelona in twentieth and twenty-first century narrative. Close reading, and focus on problems in translation. Passio Iudeorum Pragensium, a late fourteenth-century pogrom narrative from Bohemia, provides us lyogard many unique insights into the medieval tradition of pogrom narratives.


Literature, identity, and memory are inseparable. This course is directed readings in special topics not covered as part of the program in Portuguese.

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Over the centuries, the reception of Montaigne has been anything but simple. What does it mean to live in a multicultural and multispecies world?