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French, Hispanic and Italian Studies, Faculty of Arts

RMST: Romance Studies

RMST 221 (3) Literatures and Cultures of the Romance World I: Medieval to Early Modern
An introduction to the main themes that shaped the Western part of Europe as its different national identities emerged in the Mediterranean sphere.
RMST 222 (3) Literatures and Cultures of the Romance World II: Modern to Post-Modern
An introduction to the main themes that shaped the Western part of Europe in the age of the nation state, imperialism, colonization, and decolonization.
RMST 234 (3) Introduction to Romance Language Cinema
RMST 420 (3/6) d Studies in Romance Languages and Literature
RMST 468 (6) Romance Linguistics
The Indo-European background; Classical and Vulgar Latin; the origin, development and spread of the Romance languages; their vocabulary, phonology, morphology, syntax; vernacular Latin texts and Romance texts.
Prerequisite: Two years study of each of two Romance languages or two years of one Romance language and one year of Latin.
Equivalency: FREN 468, SPAN 468.
RMST 495 (3) Research Intensive Seminar in Romance Studies
RMST 520 (3) Studies in Romance Languages and Cultures
This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.
RMST 548 (0) Major Essay

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