PORTUG 101 — FIRST SEMESTER PORTUGUESE

4 credits.

Grammar, conversation, and reading.

PORTUG 102 — SECOND SEMESTER PORTUGUESE

4 credits.

Continuation of 101. Open to Fr

PORTUG 201 — THIRD SEMESTER PORTUGUESE

4 credits.

Open to Fr

PORTUG 202 — FOURTH SEMESTER PORTUGUESE

4 credits.

Continuation of 201. Open to Fr

PORTUG 207 — PORTUGUESE FOR BUSINESS

4 credits.

A second year Portuguese language course focusing on needs specific to business. Open to Fr

PORTUG 221 — INTRODUCTION TO LUSO-BRAZILIAN LITERATURES

4 credits.

Reading, discussion, literary history. Sixteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

PORTUG 225 — THIRD YEAR CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION

3 credits.

PORTUG 226 — THIRD YEAR CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION

3 credits.

PORTUG 230 — BRAZIL AND BRAZILIANS IN THE UNITED STATES

3 credits.

Examines the presence of Brazilian immigrants in the United States, Brazilian-United States diplomatic relations, and in particular, the cultural and artistic representation of Brazil and all things Brazilian in the United States.

PORTUG 299 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-3 credits.

PORTUG 301 — INTENSIVE PORTUGUESE

4 credits.

PORTUG 302 — INTENSIVE PORTUGUESE

4 credits.

PORTUG 311 — FOURTH YEAR COMPOSITION AND CONVERSATION

3 credits.

Advanced oral practice and writing.

PORTUG 312 — FOURTH YEAR COMPOSITION AND CONVERSATION

3 credits.

Continuation of 311.

PORTUG 330 — HISTORY OF THE PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE

3 credits.

An introduction to the linguistic sources and the historical and political factors that contributed to the formation of Portuguese and the current status of Portuguese in the world today.

PORTUG 361 — PORTUGUESE CIVILIZATION

3 credits.

Lecture, readings and class discussion.

PORTUG 362 — BRAZILIAN CIVILIZATION

3 credits.

Continuation of 361.

PORTUG 364 — HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL TRADITIONS OF BRAZIL

2 credits.

PORTUG 411 — SURVEY OF PORTUGUESE LITERATURE BEFORE 1825

3 credits.

Advanced survey of Portuguese literature from 1140 to 1825.

PORTUG 412 — SURVEY OF BRAZILIAN LITERATURE BEFORE 1890

3 credits.

Advanced survey of Brazilian literature from 1500 to 1890.

PORTUG/​FRENCH/​ITALIAN/​SPANISH  429 — INTRODUCTION TO THE ROMANCE LANGUAGES

3 credits.

Introduction to structural similarities and differences apparent in major Romance languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish) and to their historical developments, with reference to basic linguistic features of each language: phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexicon. Does not count towards French major.

PORTUG/​GEN&WS  450 — BRAZILLIAN WOMEN WRITERS

3 credits.

A survey of representative writing by contemporary Brazillian women writers in relation to representations of nationality, race, class, ethnicity, gender and sexualities.

PORTUG/​AFRICAN  451 — LUSOPHONE AFRICAN LITERATURE

3 credits.

Chronological and thematic survey of major trends, authors, and works of Lusophone Africa since 1936.

PORTUG/​GEN&WS  460 — CARMEN MIRANDA

3 credits.

This course examines the work, representation and interpretation of Carmen Miranda from her early days as a radio star in Brazil to a film actress and entertainer in Hollywood in the 1940s and 50s.

PORTUG 467 — SURVEY OF PORTUGUESE LITERATURE SINCE 1825

3 credits.

Advanced survey of Portuguese literature since 1825.

PORTUG 468 — SURVEY OF BRAZILIAN LITERATURE SINCE 1890

3 credits.

Advanced survey of Brazilian literature since 1890.

PORTUG 573 — TOPICS IN PORTUGUESE: STUDY ABROAD

1-6 credits.

A course carried with a UW-Madison Study Abroad Program which has no equivalent on this campus.

PORTUG 640 — TOPICS IN LUSO-BRAZILIAN LITERATURE

3 credits.

PORTUG 642 — TOPICS IN LUSO-BRAZILIAN CULTURE

3 credits.

Examines a variety of cultural topics in relation to Portuguese-speaking countries.

PORTUG 681 — SENIOR HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

PORTUG 682 — SENIOR HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

PORTUG 699 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-6 credits.

Graded on a lettered basis; requires cons inst

PORTUG 707 — PORTUGUESE M.A. PROSEMINAR

1 credit.

This course is designed to give new graduate students essential training in bibliography and research methods as well as exposure to faculty in the areas of Portuguese, Brazilian, and Lusophone African literature and linguistics. A. program at UW-Madison

PORTUG 751 — SEMINAR: BRAZILIAN LITERATURE

3 credits.

PORTUG 772 — SEMINAR: PORTUGUESE LITERATURE

3 credits.

PORTUG/​FRENCH/​ITALIAN/​SPANISH  817 — ROMANCE PHILOLOGY

3 credits.

PORTUG 899 — INDEPENDENT READING

1-3 credits.

PORTUG/​A A E/​ANTHRO/​C&E SOC/​GEOG/​HISTORY/​LACIS/​POLI SCI/​SOC/​SPANISH  982 — INTERDEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR IN THE LATIN-AMERICAN AREA

1-3 credits.

Interdisciplinary inquiry in Latin American society and culture.

PORTUG 990 — THESIS

1-12 credits.

Credit commensurate with work accomplished.