Canadian Studies: Special Topic I University of Tsukuba
This course examines the cinema and culture of Québec, focusing on contemporary trends and filmmakers. Our goal is to gain greater insight into Quebec society, history, politics and its relationship with the rest of Canada and the world.
Students will gain an understanding of Québec history and politics, develop the skills to understand contemporary Canadian and Québec society, refine their critical skills and improve their writing in an academic context.
Critical and Creative Thinking; Data information literacy; Broad perspective and international mindedness; Cultural awareness skills; International Communication skills
1. Quizzes: 50%
2. Final Paper: 50%
Online Course Requirement
Lecture is conducted in English.
Hybrid or Others
AC14311, AC15301, AC26201, AC61211の単位取得者は履修できない。 Plagiarism is a serious offence that will not be tolerated in this class. If you are unsure about how to proceed with sources, come and talk to me. Home viewings should be treated like mandatory readings; you are expected to be mentally present and to exercise critical thinking.
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Contact person: Andrée Lafontaine
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