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CO200 – Topics in Comparative Literature

Intermediate level consideration of various topics in comparative literature. Topics might include a single genre, a period or a theme. Texts usually in English but with reference to non-English materials within the competence of students. (May be offered as a January half-block.)

Also listed as: Also listed as Classics 219 and Classics 220 and Classics 222 and English 280 and English 360 and Race and Ethnic Studies 200 and Feminist & Gender Studies 206 and Feminist & Gender Studies 220 and Film and New Media Studies 202 and French 318 and Film Studies 205 and German 328 and History 200 and Italian 320 and Music 227 and Philosophy 203 and Philosophy 262 and Psychology 120 and Southwest Studies 253 and Theatre 220 and Theatre 222 and Theatre 223.

Offerings

TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Fall 2014 Block 1 Tpcs in Comparative Literature TBA 25/25 09/11/2014
Fall 2014 Block 2 Authority, Freedom, and Revolution: The Romantics in Athens William Davis, Lisa Hughes TBA 25/6 09/11/2014
Fall 2014 Block 2 Tpcs in Comparative Literature Scott Krzych TBA 25/0 09/11/2014
Fall 2014 Block 3 Tpcs in Comparative Literature: Age of Romance: Music & History in the 19th Century Bryant Ragan, Michael Grace TBA 25/21 09/11/2014
Fall 2014 Block 3 Topics in Comparative Literature: Award Winning: World Literature and the 'Economy of Prestige' TBA 25/18 09/11/2014
Fall 2014 Block 3 Topics in Comparative Lit: Introduction to Mexican American Literature and Culture Michael Cucher TBA 25/24 09/11/2014
Fall 2014 Block 4 Topics in Comparative Literature: Discovering the Unconscious Marcia Dobson TBA 25/3 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Half Block Topics in Comparative Literature: Queen Bees, WannaBees, and Mean Girls Lisa Hughes TBA 25/12 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 5 Topics in Literature: Introduction to Mexican American Literature and Culture Michael Cucher TBA 25/12 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 5 Topics in Comparative Literature: Myth and Meaning Marcia Dobson TBA 25/6 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 5 Topics in Comparative Literature: Multi-ethnic Germany: From the Guest Worker to the Nobel Prize Christiane Steckenbiller TBA 25/24 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 6 Topics in Comparative Literature: David Foster Wallace Corinne Scheiner TBA 25/0 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 6 Topics in Comparative Literature: Origins and Early Forms of Theatre TBA 25/21 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 7 Topics in Comparative Literature: Romantic, Commedia, and Neoclassic Theatre TBA 25/25 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 7 Topics: Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity Sanjaya Thakur TBA 25/13 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 7 Topics in Comparative Literature: Black Poetry TBA 25/23 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 7 Topics in Comparative Literature: Black Poetry TBA 25/25 08/26/2014
Spring 2015 Block 8 Topics in Comp Lit: Niorealist Cinema: Its Origins, Theory & Develop & the Italian Con Andrea Righi TBA 25/17 09/11/2014
Spring 2015 Block 8 Topics in Comparative Literature: Modern Theatre: 1880-1940 TBA 25/25 09/11/2014