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Les femmes dans la monarchie francaise : plongée à la rencontre des reines à travers la culture populaire

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Les femmes dans la monarchie francaise : plongée à la rencontre des reines à travers la culture populaire

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Code: WI22-FemmesMonarchie
Historians often portray women in a different way than men, and this prompted me to analyze gender roles and the performance of gender in the French monarchy, which in turn inspired me to create this course. We will be looking at various influential women associated with the French monarchy, many of whom have been depicted as villains, including Mary Queen of Scots, Catherine de Medici, and my all-time favorite, Marie-Antoinette, to whom the infamous phrase “Let them eat cake” is falsely attributed. My goal is for students to analyze works from popular culture (primarily movies and TV shows) in order to compare and contrast commonly held beliefs perpetuated by popular culture with historical, nonfiction accounts of the women in question. Media will be in both French and English, but all class discussions will be conducted in French.

8 hours | 2 hours a week for 4 weeks
ONLINE; taught by Justin Marshall

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