1 Master of Arts (French Studies) M.A. (French Studies) Objectives The program aims producing M.A. graduates who: - have a good knowledge of the French political system, economy, society and culture and are well informed about the relationships between France and other countries. - are able to carry out good quality research in French Studies. - have a good knowledge of the French language. Admission Applicants must hold a Bachelor s degree in any field and meet the requirements of Thammasat University s Graduate School. They also have to pass the entrance examination that includes tests in reading and writing French. Academic System This program is offered on the regular academic system, with courses offered during normal office hours. The academic year is divided into two semesters. Curriculum Total Requirements Course Structure Required Courses Elective Courses Thesis (Written in French) 42 credits 15 credits 15 credits 12 credits List of Courses Required Courses FS. 611 Social and Cultural Evolution of France 3 credits FS. 612 Contemporary French Society and Culture 3 credits FS. 613 Research Methodology 3 credits FS. 621 Advanced French for Social Sciences 3 credits FS. 622 Advanced French for Humanities 3 credits Elective Courses Elective courses are divided into four sections: linguistics, social sciences, arts and culture and literature. Students have to obtain 9 credits from the section related to the scope of their thesis. Among these 9 credits, 3 must be chosen from advanced master s degree courses (numbered in the 700 series).
2 Section on Linguistics FS. 635 Major Theories in French Linguistics 3 credits FS. 735 French Morphosyntax 3 credits FS. 736 Discourse Analysis in French 3 credits FS. 737 Contrastive Analysis (French Thai) 3 credits FS. 738 Seminar in Teaching French as a Foreign Language 3 credits Section on Social Sciences FS. 645 French Political System 3 credits FS. 646 France and the International Community 3 credits FS. 647 French Political Ideologies 3 credits FS. 745 Seminar in French Thai Relationship 3 credits FS. 746 Seminar in French Economy 3 credits FS. 755 Seminar in French Civilization under the Ancien Régime 3 credits FS. 756 Seminar in Modern French Civilization 3 credits Section on Arts and culture FS. 675 Arts in French Society 3 credits FS. 676 History of French Arts 3 credits FS. 766 Comparative Analysis on French - Thai Culture 3 credits FS. 775 Special Topics on French Arts 3 credits Section on Literature FS. 685 Literary Criticism in France 3 credits FS. 785 Seminar in French Prose and Novel 3 credits FS. 786 Seminar in French Poetry 3 credits FS. 787 Seminar in French Drama 3 credits FS. 795 Special Topics on French Literature 3 credits FS. 796 Comparative Analysis of French and Thai Literature 3 credits Thesis FS. 800 Thesis (Written in French) 12 credits
3 Degree Requirements An acceptable thesis of 12 credits, together with 15 credits of required courses and 15 credits of elective courses, is required for the master s degree. Students must also receive P (pass) in the English Language Examination. Students who have fulfilled the requirements of the program with a passing grade of not less than 3.00 with a period of study not less than 4 regular semesters and not more than 8 regular semesters, will be awarded the Degree of Master of Arts (French Studies). Course Description FS611 Social and Cultural Evolution of France 3 credits A study of the evolution within French society and culture, with emphasis on major trends throughout history, throwing light on interaction among political events; economic situations; philosophical, artistic and literary works; and other branches of knowledge. FS612 Contemporary French Society and Culture 3 credits A study of current issues in French politics, economy, society and culture, together with major works in philosophy, the fine arts, literature and other branches of knowledge. FS613 Research Methodology 3 credits Methodology of research work such as the formulation of a topic, conceptualization of the hypothesis, analysis, classification and evaluation of documents and data, together with presentation of research findings. Written reports based on the rules of thesis writing are also required. FS621 Advanced French for Social Sciences 3 credits A student of French language used in social sciences, with emphasis on reading and writing skills at the advanced level. Excerpts from textbooks, newspapers, periodicals, etc., will be discussed and analyzed, leading to academic paper writing. FS622 Advanced French for Humanities 3 credits A study of French language used in the studies of humanities, with emphasis on reading and writing skills at the advanced level. Excerpts from textbooks, newspapers, periodicals, etc., will be discussed and analyzed, leading to academic paper writing. FS635 Major Theories in French Linguistics 3 credits A study of notions and developments of linguistic theories considered fundamental in France, especially structural, functional and pragmatic theories, and transformational grammar as well as various practical applications.
4 FS645 French Political System 3 credits A study of the French political system with emphasis division of powers, political institutions and the administrative structure defined by the actual constitution, together with the role of French political parties. FS646 France and the International Community 3 credits A study of France s foreign policy, its role in the economy and culture in the world, as well as its role within major international organizations. FS647 French Political Ideologies 3 credits A study of political ideologies that have led to major changes in the French political system from the French Revolution to present day, with emphasis on fundamental concepts, political institutions and organizations, conflicts and crises. Special attention is given to the ideologies relating to current political issues. FS675 Arts in French Society 3 credits Considering the role of arts in French society, this course puts an emphasis on interaction between artistic works and people s opinions, mentality and lifestyle. The government s policies in the conservation and the promotion of artistic works are also taken into account. FS676 History of French Arts 3 credits A study of the evolution of French arts (concepts, forms, techniques, etc.) throughout history, pointing out main characteristics of various French artistic schools. FS685 Literary Criticism in France 3 credits A study of various approaches elaborated by western literary critics to which references are frequently made in French literary studies. Special attention is given to critical methods largely practiced in the second half of the 20 th century. FS735 French Morphosyntax 3 credits Methodical analysis of French morphology and syntax according to major linguistic theories. FS736 Discourse Analysis in French 3 credits Application of major linguistic theories to discourse analysis in French, with emphasis on lexical, structural and semantic elements. FS737 Contrastive Analysis (French Thai) 3 credits A comparative study of French and Thai languages according to linguistic methods. Similarities and differences between the two languages will be examined at the phonological, lexical and structural levels.
5 FS738 Seminar in Teaching French as a Foreign Language 3 credits A study of applied linguistics in the field of teaching French as a foreign language. Specific problems of teaching French in Thailand will be examined and discussed in order to develop appropriate pedagogic methods. FS745 Seminar in French Thai Relationship 3 credits Discussion and analysis of the French-Thai relationship from the first contact to present day. Various aspects of the relationship will be taken into consideration, such as diplomacy, commerce, arts, and the exchange of ideas in many branches of knowledge. FS746 Seminar in French Economy 3 credit Discussion of various topics in the French economy, such as systems of production, analysis of consumer behavior and interaction among the economy, politics and society. FS755 Seminar in French Civilization under the Ancien Régime 3 credits Various topics in French civilization during the early period (before the French Revolution) will be given for discussion and analysis, such as political system, economy, society, philosophy, and other major branches of knowledge. FS756 Seminar in Modern French Civilization 3 credits Various topics in modern French civilization (from the French Revolution to present day) will be given for discussion and analysis such as political system, economy, society, philosophy and other branches of knowledge. FS766 Comparative Analysis on French Thai Culture 3 credits A comparative study of fundamental concepts and viewpoints proper to French and Thai cultures. Various aspects of French and Thai cultures (family as institution, religious rites, traditions, etc.) will be analyzed according to psychological and sociological methods. FS775 Special Topics on French Arts 3 credits Discussion and analysis of current issues concerning French arts, as well as interaction between artistic creations and other branches of knowledge. A selected topic will be announced. FS785 Seminar in French Prose and Novel 3 credits An in-depth study of French prose and novel, with particular attention to main characteristics (concepts, forms, techniques, etc.) of a literary period or an author s work. A selected topic will be given for discussion and analysis.
6 FS786 Seminar in French Poetry 3 credits An in-depth study of French poetry, with particular attention to main characteristics (concepts, forms, techniques, etc.) of a literary period or a poetical work. A selected topic will be given for discussion and analysis. FS787 Seminar in French Drama 3 credits An in-depth study of French drama, with particular attention to main characteristics (concepts, forms, techniques, etc.) of a dramatic school or playwright. A selected topic will be given for discussion and analysis. FS795 Special Topics on French Literature 3 credits Critical analysis of French literature, including major themes in literary works, characteristics of a literary school, main types of literary characters, etc. A selected topic will be given for discussion and analysis. FS796 Comparative Analysis of French Thai Literature 3 credits A comparative study of French and Thai literature, with emphasis on similarities, differences and influences. FS800 Thesis 12 credits Student who have fulfilled 15 credits of course work (12 credits of required courses and at least 3 credits of elective courses) with a passing grade not less than 3.00 and with a period of study not less than 2 regular semesters can register the topic of their thesis after approval. The thesis, written in French under the supervision of an advisor, will be submitted for an oral examination and will be evaluated S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory).
7 Academic Staff Associate Professors Chintana DAMRONGLERD Sanchai SULUKSANANON B.A (2 nd Class Hons) (Chulalongkorn) Maîtrise-ès-lettres : Lettres modernes (Toulouse-le-Mirail) Docteur de 3 e cycle en littérature française. Mention très bien (Toulouse-le-Mirail) Diplôme Supérieur d Aptitude à l Enseignement du Français Langue Étrangère (Montpellier) B.A. (Chiangmai) Maîtrise de Lettres Modernes. Option : Linguistique Française (Paris III) D.E.A. en Langue Française (Paris IV) Doctorat nouveau régime : Langue Française (Paris IV) Assistant Professors Kanittha KONGTIP JARUPINTHUSOPHON Chananao VARUNYOU Sirajit DEJAMORNCHAI B.A (1 st Class Hons) (Thammasat) D.E.A. spécialité : Littérature et Civilisation Française (Toulouse-le-Mirail) Doctorat nouveau régime - spécialité : Lettres Modernes (Toulouse-le Mirail) D.E.A. en Science de l Interprétation et de la Traduction (Paris III) B.A. (Chulalongkorn) Maîtrise-ès-lettres : Lettres modernes (Paris III) Doctorat-ès-lettres : Lettres modernes (Paris III). Mention très honorable. B.A (2 nd Class Hons) (Thammasat) M.A.T. (Teaching French) (Kasetsart) Ph.D. (Linguistique) (Université Laval, Canada)
8 Lecturers Chanaya DARNSAWASDI Thoranin MEPIAN Marisa GARIVAIT Wirawit SETHAWONG Supaluck TAECHAPONGSTORN B.A (1 st Class Hons) (Thammasat) Maîtrise de Français Langue Étrangère (Grenoble III) D.E.A en Sciences du Langage (Paris VIII) B.A (1 st Honor) (Chulalongkorn) M.A. (Chulalongkorn) Licence de Sciences du Langage (Paris III) Maîtrise de Sciences du Langage (Paris III) D.E.A. de Sciences du Langage (Paris III) Doctorat de Sciences du langage (Paris III) B.A., M.A. (Chulalongkorn) Ph.D. (Philosophy) (Chulalongkorn) D.E.A. en Science de l Interprétation et de la Traduction (Paris III) B.A (1 st Class Hons) (Chulalongkorn) Licence de Sciences du Langage (Paris III) Maîtrise de Sciences du Langage (Paris III) D.E.A.de Sciences du Langage : Linguistique, Logique et Informatique (Clermont-Ferrand) Suthisa ROJANA-ANUN / CARRAL Licence de Sciences du Langage (Paris V) Maîtrise de Sciences du Langage (Paris V) D.E.A. de Linguistique Générale et Appliquée (Paris V) Doctorat en Sciences du Langage (Université du Mans) Sutinart BOONPUCKNAVIG Arthit WONGSANGA B.A. (Chulalongkorn) Maîtrise de Lettres Modernes (Strasbourg II) D.E.A. de Sciences du Langage : Linguistique, Phonétique et Informatique (Strasbourg II) Doctorat nouveau régime, spécialité : Sciences du Langage : Linguistique, Phonétique et Informatique (Strasbourg II) B.A (Thammasat)
9 M.A. (Chulalongkorn) Bruno MARCHAL Nicolas REVIRE Frédéric CARRAL DEUG Lettres et Langues mention médiation culturelle et communication. Licence et Maîtrise en Arts du Spectacle mention études cinématographiques et audiovisuelles. DEUG mention sciences humaines et sociales (section histoire) (Aix-Marseille I) Licence d histoire (Aix-Marseille I) Maîtrise d histoire (mention bien) (Paris I Panthéon- Sorbonne) Licence de Portugais (Toulouse-le-Mirail) Licence et Maîtrise de Sociologie (Toulouse-le-Mirail) D.E.A. de Linguistique générale et appliquée (Paris V)
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