Portuguese Fall 2017

Taught in Portuguese

PORT 1110 – Beginning Intensive Portuguese with Lilian Feitosa

  • Section 001 MWF 11:00-11:50AM in New CAB 303
  • Section 002 MWF 12:00-12:50PM in New CAB 303
  • Section 003 MWF 10:00-10:50AM in New CAB 303

Prerequisite: Completion of FREN 2020 or SPAN 2020, or instructor permission.

Introduces speaking, understanding, reading and writing Portuguese, especially as used in Brazil. Five class hours and one laboratory hour. Followed by PORT 2120. 

PORT 3010 – Readings in Literature in Portuguese with Eli Carter

TuTh 11:00-12:15PM Nau Hall 241

Studies advanced grammar through analysis of written and audiovisual texts; includes extensive practice in composition and topical conversation. 

Taught in English

POTR 4260 – Brazilian Media with Eli Carter

TuTh 2:00-3:15PM New CAB 291

The objective of this course is to examine the development of Brazilian television from its origins in 1950 to modern-day broadcast television, Pay TV, and Internet programming.  To this end, the course will focus on key policies and players—networks, screenwriters, directors, and independent production companies—formats, different modes of production, and financing mechanisms.  Much of the discussion and analysis will revolve around a selection of contemporary works that, in contrast to the traditionally dominant telenovela, have emerged as a result of Brazilian television’s slow transition out of the network era and into one characterized by an increase in viewing options.

Fall
2017
Undergraduate Courses