Testimonios: my Spanish 435 course where we study the development of testimonial and autobiographical narratives (documentary, writing) from Latin America
Poetry: my French 445 course where we study the evolution of French poetry over the centuries
Breaking Silence: Women Writers in the Francophone World: my last and (favorite) French 435 course in which we read, analyze and interpret works written by contemporary women writers in the Francophone world: Kuessipan ; À toi by Naomi Fontaine, Ru by Kim Thúy, Lettre d’une Africaine à ses sœurs occidentales by Calixthe Beyala, Celles qui attendent by Fatou Diome, Barbe bleue by Amélie Nothomb, “Fichues racines” by Gisèle Pineau, Sortilège haïtien by Jessica Fièvre, and Des rêves et des assassins by Malika Mokeddem.
As you can see, I have a ton of reading for two of my classes and lots of interpreting poems for my other class. It's very time consuming, however I really enjoy all three of these courses and it just happens to be good luck that I love to read!