Comparative Literature Courses

Spring 2018
The following Comparative Literature courses will be offered in the Spring of 2018:

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  • CLA-101 Myth and Meaning
  • GRE-244, 344 Special Topics: Forensic Oratory
  • LAT-244, 344 Special Topics: Roman Comedy

ENGLISH

  • ENG-102 Foundations in Literary Studies
  • ENG-117 Arthurian Literature and Its Cultures
  • ENG-124 American Women Writers
  • ENG-126 Introduction to U.S. Ethnic Literature
  • ENG-130 Introduction to World Literature
  • ENG-201 Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory
  • ENG-220 Fin de Siècle: Literature and Culture of the 1890’s
  • ENG-261 The British Novel
  • ENG-344 Special Topics: Modern American Literature

FRENCH

  • FRE-363 Francophone Women Writers

RELIGION

  • REL-110 The Bible
  • REL 130 Biblical Hebrew Grammar and Exegesis
  • REL 250 Women, Gender, and the Bible
  • REL 290 Jesus in Tradition and History

RUSSIAN

  • RUS-223 Russian Literature Since 1900 (in English)
  • RUS-323 Russian Literature Since 1900 (in Russian)

SCANDINAVIAN STUDIES

  • SCA 344 Nordic Poetry.

SPANISH

  • SPA-323 Love, Sex, and Power in Spanish Literature

THREE CROWNS

  • CUR-250 The Literary Experience

Fall 2018

The following Comparative Literature courses will be offered in the Fall of 2018:

CLASSICS - LATIN (LAT)

  • 201 Reading Latin Literature
  • 301 Roman Historians - Livy

CLASSICS - GREEK (GRE)

  • 202 The Greek New Testament
  • 301 Greek Historians

ENGLISH (ENG)

  • 101-001 Reading in the World: World at Margin
  • 101-003 Reading in the World: Book Burning
  • 101-004 Reading in the World: Contemporary British Literature
  • 102 Literary Studies
  • 117 Arthurian Literature and Its Cultures
  • 121 American Literature I (to 1865)
  • 130 Introduction to World Literature
  • 201 Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory
  • 226 Topics in U.S. Ethnic Literature: US Latino/a Literature
  • 231 Modern Poetry
  • 273 The American Novel
  • 281 Postcolonial Literatures in English
  • 334 Victorian Studies
  • 336 American Renaissance
  • 337 Contemporary American Literature

GENDER, WOMEN, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES (GWS)

  • 236 Gender, Sexuality, and the Holocaust

JAPANESE (JPN)

  • 170 Introduction to East Asian Literature in English Translation

RELIGION (REL)

  • 280 Paul and His Letters

SPANISH (SPA)

  • 280 Spanish Literature and Film
  • 375 Hispanic World Identity

26 March 2017