Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary on Radio National

Bovary

This morning the Radio National Books and Arts Daily book club was devoted to Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary, one of the most powerful, thought-provoking and influential novels of the late nineteenth century. You can stream or download the podcast from the RN site.

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Forbes Business Article – French could be the language of the future

Forbes

A brief article appeared on the Forbes website in March 2014 suggesting that French could well be the language of the future. While prudent readers will always take such future-gazing avec un grain de sel, the article does make some important points about French being one of only two languages spoken on five continents (the other is English), and about the projected growth of French as a global twenty-first century language, spoken in some of the nations with the fastest expanding populations on earth. Here are a couple of sentences from the article to whet your appetite:

“French isn’t mostly spoken by French people, and hasn’t been for a long time now. The language is growing fast, and growing in the fastest-growing areas of the world, particularly sub-Saharan Africa. The latest projection is that French will be spoken by 750 million people by 2050.

A study by investment bank Natixis even suggests that by that time, French could be the most-spoken language in the world, ahead of English and even Mandarin.”

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Prestigious French Literary Prizewinners in Library Collections

Prix GoncourtOver the years, Monash University Library has acquired many of the winners of the major annual French literary awards, including the most famous of them all: Le Prix Goncourt.

If you are interested in browsing some of the best Francophone literary work of the past decades, check the list of prize winners here or here, and see if they are held in the Monash University library.

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  • Titles of past Honours Theses in French Studies

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Titles of past Honours Theses in French Studies

Interested in taking Honours in French Studies? Have a look at theis list of past French Studies Honours Thesis titles below to get some ideas. The list runs from 1968 to 2009, with the addition of some post-2009 theses.

Whether you want to something like one of the topics on the list or something completely different, get in touch with one of the French Studies programme staff–we’d love to discuss your ideas with you!

 

Year Title Degree Code
2013 Repenser le paradoxe: une regard nouveau sur la citoyennté féminine dans la Révolution française et une mise en perspective de la critique féministe Hons.
Extension du domaine de la lutte: Framing Houellebecq’s Sexual Economy Hons.
2011 The myth of Muslim sexual violence in France: a misunderstood minority Hons.
2010 La laïcité est-elle la façade d’ une identité nationale française quie se sent menacée? Hons.
2009 Kierkegaard on Sartre (combined thesis French/Philosophy) Hons. 2009ds
2008 A translation of Alain Badiou’s “Philosophy and Politics: Beyond the philosophical theme of the community” with an accompanying theoretical introduction Hons. 2008cj
Collaborative Writing In A Second/Foreign Language Hons. 2008zc
L’intégration française à l’épreuve Hons. 2008hr
The European Union’s ‘illegal’ immigration policy Hons. 2008gr
2007 A feast in Translation Hons. 2007tk
Chronicles of my resurrection. Once upon a time in the West…of Canada. : A translation of selected extracts from Ugo Monticone’s first novel Hons. 2007pb
Des thèmes de la citoyenneté et de l’identité nationale dans le discours politique en France au cours des périodes électorales 1995 et 2005 Hons. 2007gl
La présence du cinéma français en Australie Hons. 2007ja
2006 “La Memoire ukrainienne”. The reconstruction and maintenance of cultural identity in France: The case of the Ukrainian community Hons. 2006mo
The city examined: A comparative study of Jean Claude Izzo’s Chourmo and Manuel Vazquez Montalban’s Los mares del sur Hons. 2006sf
The Writing of Francis Ponge: From the subject of language to the object of autography PhD 2006ap
2005 Une Traversée de la Société Post-Moderne à travers le monde romanesque échenozien et le monde rhizomatique deleuzien/guattarien Hons. 2005wj
Vagabondes, Dropahoutes, Fausses Pistes: Le nomadisme littéraire de Jean-Patrick Manchette et de Jean Echenoz Hons. 2005pg
Vocal Others: Variations on the Feminine Voice PhD 2005fk
2004 Une liaison dangereuse: les femmes et l’individualisme français Hons.
2003 Etude du stéréotype culturel: le cas du “Méridional” de Pagnol à nos jours Hons. 2003pj
Conjuguées au masculin: représentations de femmes dans des films sur la Deuxième guerre mondiale, sur l’Occupation et sur la Résistance Hons. 2003vc
Jean Moulin, a memory for all seasons: an examination of the enduring presence of the memory of a resistance martyr Hons. 2003cd
2002 Structured monitoring of second order errors: focus on writing accuracy of 2nd year advanced level students PhD 2002me
2001 Les notions de « constitutionnalité » et de « patrimoine » dans le débat sur la ratification de la Charte européenne des langues régionales ou minoritaires. Volume 1 & 2. Hons. 2001ph
1999 L’Amant (Marguerite Duras) et La Place (Annie Ernaux): écritures du moi féminin (ou) au-delà de l’autobiographie Hons. 1999ta
Liberté, Utilité, Ubiquité: Une étude sur le mode subjonctif en français contemporain Hons. 1999ws
Les Relations Franco-Allemandes: Engrenage Central De L’Intégration Européenne  (1945-1999) Hons. 1999ja
Mémoire sur un aspect du patronage au dix-huitième siècle: Aubais durant les années 1726-1727 Hons. 1999wm
1997 La fuite et l’hybridation dans Un jardin au bout du monde et ‘La Rivière sans repos’ de Gabrielle Roy. Hons. 1997bc
L’exagération du rôle de Jean Moulin dans la Résistance Française-janvier 1942 à juin 1943 Hons. 1997ga
1996 L’Eveil et l’Evolution de la Conscience Politique Kanak. Hons. 1996se
Le roman d’adultère Pot-bouille De Zola Hons. 1996wp
Mémoire de Quatrième Année: La Révocation de L’édit de Nantes et le Refuge Huguenot en Angleterre Hons. 1996fn
Selon Qu(o)i? Hons. 1996ls
Seuils et territoires du sujet dans deux œuvres de Marguerite Duras. Hons. 1996fd
Une étude sur la représentation des femmes dans les publicités du Figaro Magazine, des années 1979, 1987 et 1996. Hons. 1996mp
1995 Aspects Sémiotiques de La Campagne Officielle de L’élection Présidentielle de 1995 Hons. 1995kc
«Viens-tu du ciel profond ou sors-tu de l’abîme?» La femme dans le cycle de Jeanne Duval des Fleurs du Mal de Baudelaire. Hons. 1995ba
Le théâtre de l’activité moderne. La femme dans Au Bonheur des Dames d’Emile Zola. Hons. 1995bn
Plaisirs a deux tranchants – liberté, identité et désir dans Au Bonheur des Dames d’Emile Zola. Hons. 1995st
Quatre regards sur le terre kanak Hons. 1995hm
1994 Désir et Folie: Etude comparée de Nadja et En Bas. Hons. 1994dj
La divagation de Diva. Une déconstruction des genres cinématographiques représentés dans Diva: un film-rhizome de Jean-Jacques Beineix. Hons. 1994ma
L’amour et l’amitié dans “Les Comédies et Proverbes” d’Éric Rohmer. Hons. 1994jv
Le Mythe de Carmen Hons. 1994bk
Quelques aspects du particularisme breton dans l’histoire et le roman Hons. 1994cd
1993 Formes du Racisme Anti-Maghrébin en France,1983 – 1993 Hons. 1993rs
France at War – The perspective of an Australian Newspaper M.A. 1993dj
L’Amour Et Le Mariage Dans Le Roman Médiéval Hons. 1993hj
L’asphyxie de Violette Leduc Hons. 1993bj
Le Sourire Archaïque: La Légende De Jules Et Jim Hons. 1993sh
Le Spectacle forain, 1697-1716: miroir d’une société en mouvement. Hons. 1993ef
L’importance des formules d’adresse dans l’étiquette sociale du dix-septième siècle en France. Hons. 1993hp
Madame de Sevigne: Femme d’esprit et mère passionnée Hons. 1993bk
1992 La France, Les Français et l’affaire Touvier. Problèmes d’oubli et de souvenir Hons. 1992kj
L’utilisation des pronoms Tu et Vous chez les apprenants du français. Hons. 1992fc
1990 L’univers Mythique De Germinal Hons. 1009dj
Vincennes, Indiana: Echoes Of French Popular Culture PhD 1990et
1989 Le Rôle des Sens dans dix Contes Fantastiques de Guy de Maupassant Hons. 1989jc
1986 Aspects of French Theatre in Paris During the German Occupation: Alain Laubreaux and the Comédie-Française 1942 – 1944 M.A. 1986jk
1985 A Comparative Study of Georg Kaiser’s Gilles Und Jeanne and Michel Tournier’s Giles et Jeanne. Hons. 1985sj
L’Influence de l’Espagne sur la genèse de Citadelle par Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Hons. 1985fp
The Role of Parallel Catamorphic Systems in the Structure of Zola’s “Rougon-Macquart” PhD 1985rm
The role of parallel catamorphic systems in the structure of Zola’s Rougon-Macquart PhD 1985rg
1984 “Les Visages Du Pouvoir Dans Le Théâtre D’Adamov” Hons. 1984ps
Musico-poetic Relationships In the Duparc-Baudelaire Settings Hons. 1984sf
1983 The Prose Poetry of Marguerite Yourcenar: “Feux” M.A. 1983wn
1981 Pronouns and Anaphoric Processes M.A. 1981ka
pronouns and anaphoric processes M.A. 1981ka
Sade Et Le Matérialisme Français Au XVIIIe Siècle M.A. 1981tf
1980 Elements of symbolism and ornamentalism in the works of Bunin 1911-1945 M.A. 1980te
1979 Mother-Figures in Balzac’s Comédie Humaine PhD 1979dj
1978 Attitudes towards French Black Africa 1955 – 1960 As expressed in a selection of Parisian daily newspapers, with particular reference to Guinea and the Ivory Coast M.A. 1978tc
Les Etudes Consacrées A Cyrano De Bergerac Jusqu’ En 1970 M.A. 1978sm
Parentheticals In French M.A. 1978fp
1977 A Study Of The French Universal Quantifiers – “TOUT”, “TOUS”, “CHAQUE”, “CHACUN” M.A. 1977pe
The theme of movement in Charles Sorel’s Francion M.A. 1977tl
1976 A Comparative Study Of Two Different Techniques For Developing French Listening Comprehension Skills In The Language Laboratory M.A. 1976gn
Brève étude qui sert d’introduction aux travaux sur l’influence de l’anglais sur le parler des immigrants français à Melbourne. Hons. 1976gm
Lexique: l’usage des mots faussement apparentés.
1975 Three Aspects Of The Book Trade Between England And France From the Seventeenth To the Nineteenth Centuries M.A. 1975bs
1973 La Nouvelle Héloïse - A Study of Love and Morality M.A. 1973np
L’Évolution de l’idéal de la mission civilisatrice: L’Expérience française en Afrique occidentale au 19è siècle PhD 1973ln
Value – creators and their unmaskers M.A. 1973sk
1972 La correspondance de Bussy – Rabutin entre 1666 et 1669 M.A. 1972hg
The Teaching of French Literature at the University of Sydney 1887-1955 Vol 1-2 M.A. 1972km
1970 L’ironie tragique dans l’œuvre de Racine M.A. 1970bs
Tristan In Brittany And Isolt Of The Whitehands M.A. 1970tw
1969 Analysis of Errors in French Composition M.A. 1969mj
Analysis of Errors in French Composition M.A. 1969mj
1968 L’épuration dans Combat, période du 21 aout1944 au 17 janvier 1947 M.A. 1968ln

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Undergraduates: Which unit should I enroll in and which culture component should I choose?

Confused about which French unit to enroll in, or which French culture component to take within that unit?

  • If you are an absolute beginner, you enroll in ATS1061. If you enroll in this unit and are not an absolute beginner you will be asked to leave.
  • If this is your first year of French at Monash and you are not an absolute beginner, you need to take the online placement test.
  • Whether this is your first year of French or your second or third, we’ve prepared a handy flowchart to help you work out your unit and culture component.

If you have any further questions about which unit or which culture component you should be in, get in touch with the unit coordinator of the unit you think might be the right one.

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French Studies Electives 2014

Monash French Studies, 2014 Electives

The French Studies programme will be offering the following electives in 2014.

Semester 1: ATS 3076 – Contemporary French Fiction: Re-writing Identity. Coordinator: Dr Philip Anderson.

Semester 2: ATS3976 – Histoire(s) de rire: The stakes of literary laughter in France. Coordinator: Dr Benjamin Andréo.

For further information on either of the electives, please contact the respective unit coordinators.

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New CEFR Alignment Website Launched: Innovation in Language Learning

The new CEFR Website homepage

The School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics at Monash has recently adopted the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) to align more closely with current industry and teaching standards.

To find out more about the CEFR at Monash, explore the CEFR in Australia, an international language framework Website. The site, which was launched this week, gives helpful background information about the CEFR itself and what the new competency levels will entail for students and educators.

The CEFR was developed through a process of scientific research and wide consultation, and provides a practical tool for setting clear standards that can be obtained at successive stages of learning. It also provides a framework for evaluating outcomes in an internationally comparable way.

Adoption of the CEFR will ensure that Monash graduates enjoy an education that is both universally relevant and universally transferrable.

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Australian Journal of French Studies

The Australian Journal of French Studies is an international, peer reviewed journal devoted to French literature, culture, society and history. There are three issues per year.  The journal encourages new theoretical engagements and particularly welcomes interdisciplinary approaches. Articles are published in English and French. The majority of issues are focussed on a specific theme, but issues on miscellaneous topics are usually published annually. Articles for publication and proposals for special issues, and any editorial enquiries, should be addressed to the editor:

Professor Brian Nelson
Editor, AJFS
School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics
Building 11
Monash University, Melbourne, VIC 3800, Australia
E-mail: brian.nelson@monash.edu

Forthcoming and planned numbers:

  • Playtime: formes et théories du jeu dans la littérature et les arts visuels
  • La Terre australe: History and Myth
  • Crises belges: explorations et représentations

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French Studies Program Resources

Links of Interest:

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Courses Open to the General Public and Special Purpose Courses

Non Award Courses

Special purpose courses

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French Studies

French at Monash

The French Studies program is designed to enable students to develop a high level of communicative competence in the French language (including translation skills and specialised registers such as business French), and a critical awareness of fundamental areas of French studies: literature, film, philosophy, politics, cultural studies and linguistics. Students will develop writing and research skills appropriate to advanced independent study. To determine your level of proficiency and which stream you should enrol in, take our Placement Test

Australian Journal of French Studies

AJFSThe French Studies program at Monash is the home of the Australian Journal of French Studies. 2013 marked the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the journal, and to celebrate this milestone a 25% discount is being offered to new institutional subscribers. Also, the editor has made a selection of some of the most notable articles from the journal’s history, which Liverpool University Press is delighted to make available free of charge online for a limited time. See: www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/AJFS50

The Australian Journal of French Studies is an international, peer reviewed journal devoted to French literature, culture, society and history. There are three issues per year. The journal encourages new theoretical engagements and particularly welcomes interdisciplinary approaches. Articles are published in English and French. The majority of issues are focussed on a specific theme, but issues on miscellaneous topics are usually published annually. Articles for publication and proposals for special issues, and any editorial enquiries, should be addressed to the editor. See the journal page for news of recent and forthcoming numbers.

Contact Us – French Studies

Undergraduate & Postgraduate Coursework Enquiries

  • View online answers and submit an enquiry with ask.monash
  • Phone: +61 3 9902 6011
  • Fax: +61 3 990 52120

General Enquiries

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    School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics
    Building 11
    Monash University
    Clayton 3800
    Australia

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Key Research and Graduate Research Areas in French Studies

The research strengths of this program are represented below. We welcome applications from prospective PhD and MA students wishing to conduct research on or related to the following key areas.

Contemporary French literature (Philip AndersonBrian Nelson)
Foreign language learning / teaching (including writing in a foreign language, cognitive processes and computer-aided writing environments, collaborative learning and interactions) (Patrick Durel)
French cinema (Philip Anderson)
French history (including 19th and 20th-century urban history, art history and popular culture) (James Cannon)
French social and political theory with particular reference to interpretations of modernity, French politics and society (including the questions of French Republicanism and national identity, Religion and French society, France and European integration) (Natalie Doyle)
Nineteenth Century French Literature (Brian Nelson)
Translation Studies (Brian Nelson, James Cannon)

Please note that LCL academics frequently co-supervise MA and PhD projects located in programs other than their own.

If you intend to work on a project that straddles this and another discipline, we will organize the necessary complement of research expertise to meet your supervision needs.

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Postgraduate Studies

For postgraduate studies offered by the French Studies Program, refer to the Postgraduate handbook.

Further information is available on the School’s Graduate Studies (Research) page.

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French Studies Enrolment Information

First Year Entry Levels and Placement Tests

The French studies program has three entry points, each comprising a first and second semester unit. These entry points correspond to three levels of competence in the French language, ranging from Introductory to Proficient. (For information on entry points, click here)

To ensure that they are placed in the most appropriate level in the light of their individual profile and the best outcome they can expect to achieve, all students, except beginners, are required to undertake placement testing prior to enrolment and the start of first semester.

Students should determine their enrolment procedure for French Studies as follows:

  • Students who have not previously studied French at all may immediately enrol without approval in ATS1061 French Studies 1 (semester 1) and ATS1062 French Studies 2 (semester 2). These students will be contacted in February by the unit coordinator with further information.
  • All other students will take the online Monash French placement test . Upon completion of the test, student will receive an email indicating which unit to enrol in

The online Monash French placement test can be accessed at:

http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/french/french-placement-test/

Please fill out and submit the online test and questionnaire.

After you receive the email, enrol in the unit which has been advised.

 

Enrolling in the correct culture component

Enrolling in the correct culture component for your French unit on allocate+ can be tricky. We have produced this easy to follow diagram to show you which culture component you should enroll in. 
 

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Honours Program

Honours co-ordinator

Chris Watkin
Email: chris.watkin@monash.edu

Admission prerequisites

For entry requirements, see Honours degree of Bachelor of Arts.

Mid-year entry is offered subject to places being available.

Students wishing to enroll in Honours must approach the Honours coordinator to discuss possible areas of study. You don’t need a firm idea of what you would like to do before you contact the coordinator.

Course structure

The Honours year comprises 48 points: 24 points of thesis, 12 points of Honours workshop and 12 other points (usually worked out in liaison with your Honours thesis supervisor).

The thesis can be written in English or French. Students should consult with their supervisor before making that choice.

It is also possible for students to complete part of their coursework through study abroad. Coursework enrollment depends on the availability of units in any given year, as well as the specific profile of students.

Supervision is available in a range of aspects of French studies

Monash French Studies staff offer expertise in a range of areas within the following categories:

  • Film
  • Literature
  • Society and Politics
  • Education/language pedagogy
  • Philosophy
  • Linguistics/Applied Linguistics

If you want to ask about Honours in any area of French Studies, please contact the Honours coordinator.

 

Examples of past Honours projects supervised by members of the program

For a list of Honours theses in French complete from 1968 to 2009, please see here.

Supervision is also available in conjunction with other Arts disciplines as part of a joint Honours candidature. Joint supervision with Law is also available as part of a candidature for Honours in Arts.

Further information

For more information, contact Chris Watkin.

For information on combined honours and disciplines, see the Undergraduate Handbook entry for Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree.

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Diploma in Languages

Also see the entries in the Monash Course Finder.

What is a Diploma in Languages?

The Diploma in Languages is an extra undergraduate qualification that can be taken while studying another degree. It is the equivalent of a language major (48 points of study) and is appropriate for both beginners and those with a language background, as there are several entry levels. Languages offered are Chinese, Classical (Greek, Latin), French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and Ukrainian.

Why study a Diploma in Languages?

Undertaking language studies will boost your appeal to prospective employers.

Many organisations require personnel who can communicate effectively with international companies or are able to easily move overseas to work.

The Diploma in Languages provides you with:

  • Competency in a language other than English comparable to that of an Arts student majoring in the discipline;
  • an understanding of the culture(s) and society(ies) associated with the language;
  • increased cross-cultural understanding;
  • enhanced possibilities for professional experience in the country(ies) where the language is spoken.

Studying a language also hones general skills. For example, language learning requires keen listening, and switching between languages develops flexible thinking patterns and sharper evaluation and comprehension. These skills are valuable for any career.

Eligibility

Monash Arts students

Normally you would commence the diploma at the same time you commence your main degree (first year)

Other students

  • Students enrolled in a non-Arts bachelor’s degree at Monash or another university.
  • Students enrolled in a double degree at Monash or another university
  • Students enrolled in an Arts degree at another university.

Approval is required from your home faculty, faculties or university. Normally you would commence the diploma at the same time you commence your main degree (first year). Applications will also be considered from students who decide at the beginning of their second or third year that they would like to study a language.

Credit

Students may be eligible for up to 24 points credit if they have already completed some language electives.

Duration

The diploma will usually add one year to your studies and will be completed concurrently with your main degree over a three to four-year period.

Completion time may be reduced if you receive credit for electives already done, or undertake summer semester units, including intensive study abroad programs available in some languages (see study in-country section).

High-achieving students may be able to reduce the time required by overloading in later years.

Locations

Clayton campus

ChineseFrenchGermanIndonesianItalianJapaneseKoreanSpanishUkrainian

Caulfield campus

Subject to class scheduling, students can travel from Caulfield to Clayton for language classes. Some Italian and Indonesian studies are offered.

Study in-country

Diploma in Languages students can undertake an in-country intensive program of four to eight weeks duration. Programs are offered over the Australian summer break in Shanghai and Beijing (Chinese), Prato (Italian), New Caledonia (French), Kanazawa (Japanese) and Yogyakarta (Indonesian). Semester-length programs are also available.

Application procedure

Application forms are available from the Faculty of Arts Coursework Office at the relevant campus, or email coursework@arts.monash.edu.au

For non-arts students entry to the diploma requires the approval of your home faculty or home university. Students admitted into the diploma negotiate a suitable program of study in consultation with their home faculty, and the relevant language discipline. You should discuss your application with your home faculty and seek approval before lodging the application form.

Students who have completed some language electives at university may be eligible to apply for mid year intake into the Diploma in Languages.

Deferment

Students cannot defer their place in the course. They should re-apply for entry in the year they wish to commence studying the diploma.

Further Information

Arts Coursework Office
1st Floor West
Menzies Building
Wellington Road
Clayton Victoria 3800
Telephone: (03) 9905 2107
Email: coursework@arts.monash.edu.au Web: www.arts.monash.edu.au

OR

School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics
4th Floor South (Room: S423) Menzies Building
Telephone: (03) 9905 2223
Email: lcl.enquiries@arts.monash.edu.au

CRICOS provider: Monash University 00008C

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School-wide units

The School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics expects students majoring in a language to take (at least) one school-wide elective as part of their major sequence. The school-wide electives are listed below. Some programs may consider some of these options of particular relevance and will advise students accordingly.

Second and third year options available as school-wide units:

ATS2381 /ATS3381 Global Change and Changing Identities in Asia
ATS2384 /ATS3384 Women in Asia : Gender, Tradition and Modernity
ATS3747 Theory and Research in Asian Studies
ATS2627 /ATS3627 Global Cultures, Local Traditions: Creating and Consuming (Popular) Culture
ATS2622 /ATS3622 Production, Consumerism and the Environment in the Contemporary World
ATS2405 /ATS3405 Introduction to Critical Theory
ATS3816 The Social Context of Language Learning
ATS2678 /ATS3678 Language and Identity
ATS2671 /ATS3671 Managing Intercultural Communication

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Resources and Policies for Undergraduate Students

For information about Areas of Study and disciplines, please visit the Faculty of Arts Areas of Study page.

Detailed undergraduate information is available from the School’s program sites (links to each program can be found on the LCL homepage.)

Policies

For a complete list of Faculty of Arts policies, regulations and procedures, including policies on:

  • EXTENSIONS,
  • LATE SUBMISSION,
  • PLAGIARISM,
  • REVIEW AND REMARKING OF ASSESSMENT, etc.

see http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/policy-bank/

Resources

Assignment Coversheet

Please use the coversheet when submitting assignments, essays or other written work.

Download the coversheet (pdf format)

Language and Learning

Language & Learning (L&L-ARTS) assists students with problems concerned with study, learning, and the use of English. This service offers resources specific to studying in the Arts Faculty.

Download a summary of the help they can give you (pdf format).

Find out more by visiting their website: http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/aallu/

Language and Learning Online

A new collection of interactive resources to help students improve their academic performance.

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French Studies People

Senior Lecturers

Lecturers

Emeritus Professor

  • Brian Nelson (Emeritus Professor, French Studies and Translation Studies)

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