An introduction to literary theory and criticism. Students will study selected poetry, plays and fiction through leading methods such as New Criticism, Structuralism, Deconstruction, and New Historicism, with attention to such topics as Psychoanalytic, Marxist, Feminist, and Post-Colonial approaches. Students will have the opportunity to develop their own critical approaches.
Also listed as: Also listed as Comparative Literature 210.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2014||Block 2||Introduction to Literary Theory||Claire Garcia||Armstrong Hall 257B||25/10||07/05/2015|
|Fall 2014||Block 3||Introduction to Literary Theory||Barry Sarchett||Armstrong Hall 255||25/14||07/05/2015|
|Spring 2015||Block 6||Introduction to Literary Theory||George Butte||Armstrong Hall 256A||25/14||07/05/2015|
|Spring 2015||Block 8||Introduction to Literary Thry||Michelle Decker||Cossitt Hall Cossit E||25/5||07/05/2015|
|Fall 2015||Block 3||Introduction to Literary Theory||Claire Garcia||TBA||25/18||07/05/2015|
|Fall 2015||Block 4||Introduction to Literary Theory||Barry Sarchett||TBA||25/20||07/05/2015|
|Spring 2016||Block 5||Introduction to Literary Theory||George Butte||TBA||25/5||07/05/2015|
|Spring 2016||Block 8||Introduction to Literary Thry||TBA||25/17||07/05/2015|