Tufts University: Brigitte Lane - French - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
The class is not one of Professor Lane's most interesting. Much of the subject matter concerns French peasants (France was, after all, a country made up mostly of peasants, not that there's anything wrong with that) and not the tour de France and not as much the construction of French nationalism like stated in the course description. Readings and films are both used in the class, but most of the class did not read most of the readings. As for the professor, she truly cares about students and is very knowledgeable. In fact, she was one of the best profs I've had at Tufts. However, the subject material of this class is simply not interesting and I would strongly recommend taking one of her other film or literature courses instead.
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A book every week (that most of the class did not read) and sometimes a film. Lots of extra handouts that the class usually didn't read either. A midterm and final paper.