What is literature? What are genres? How should they be read, interpreted and evaluated? What social and personal functions does writing have? How is writing related to oral tradition? How do writers compare themselves to others (admiration and imitation, rejection, transformation)? Study of literary of texts from ancient to modern and from a variety of languages and cultures. Emphasis on close reading of literary texts as well as critical research, analysis, and writing. Meets the Critical Perspectives: The West in Time requirement.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2015||Block 2||Introduction to Comparative Literature||William Davis, Lisa Hughes||Armstrong Hall 256A||25/14||04/29/2016|
|Spring 2016||Block 5||Introduction to Comparative Literature||Corinne Scheiner||Cossitt Hall 101C||16/1||04/29/2016|
|Summer 2016||Block A||Introduction to Comparative Literature||William Davis, Ammar Naji||TBA||32/32||04/29/2016|
|Spring 2017||Block 5||Introduction to Comparative Literature||William Davis, Ammar Naji||TBA||25/16||04/29/2016|