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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.)

Offerings

TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Fall 2017 Block 1 Topics in Comparative Literature: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Literature Genevieve Love Armstrong Hall 256B 25/16 02/24/2018
Fall 2017 Block 2 Topics in Comparative Literature: Movies, Monuments, and Mythmaking Lisa Hughes, Barry Sarchett TBA 25/0 02/24/2018
Fall 2017 Block 3 Topics in Comparative Literature: Myth & Meaning Marcia Dobson Armstrong Hall 259B 25/1 02/24/2018
Fall 2017 Block 3 Topics in Comparative Literature: David Foster Wallace Corinne Scheiner Armstrong Hall 231 25/5 02/24/2018
Fall 2017 Block 3 Topics in Comparative Literature: Comic Books and Graphic Novels: From Tin Tin to Maus Michael O'Riley Armstrong Hall 334 25/16 02/24/2018
Fall 2017 Block 3 Topics in Comparative Literature:Introduction to Anglophone Arabic Literature Ammar Naji Cossitt Hall 101C 25/11 02/24/2018
Fall 2017 Block 4 Topics in German Literature and Culture:Representing the Holocaust in Literature, Film, and Monument Chet Lisiecki Armstrong Hall 353B 25/6 02/24/2018
Fall 2017 Block 4 Topics in Comparative Literature: Discovering the Unconscious Marcia Dobson Armstrong Hall 328 25/-1 02/24/2018
Fall 2017 Block 4 Topics in Comparative Literature: Contemporary Performance 1950 - Present Ryan Platt Cornerstone Art Center 302 25/14 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Half Block Topics in Comparative Literature: Trauma and Complicity in German Literature and Film Chet Lisiecki TBA 25/25 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 5 Tpcs in Comparative Literature: Medieval and Renaissance Theatre: Spirituality, Philosophy & Perform Tom Lindblade, Re Evitt Cornerstone Art Center 108A 32/20 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 5 Topics in Comparative Literature: Gender and Sexuality in Japanese Literature, Film and Manga Joan Ericson Armstrong Hall 348 12/1 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 5 Tradition and Change in Literature: Athens, Rome, and Hollywood Lisa Hughes, Barry Sarchett Armstrong Hall 259B 16/2 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 6 Topics in Francophone Culture (taught in English): Exploring Cajun and Creole Cultures in the U.S. Michael O'Riley Armstrong Hall 341 25/16 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 6 Topics in Comparative Literature Lisa Hughes Armstrong Hall 259B 9/6 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 6 Topics: Classics and Literary Theory Jessica Wise Cossitt Hall 101B 25/18 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 7 Topics in Comparative Literature: The Bible as Literature Lisa Hughes TBA 25/9 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 8 Topics in Comparative Literature: Mafia Movies Michael O'Riley TBA 25/8 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 8 Topics in German Literature and Culture: Prisons and Prisoners Chet Lisiecki TBA 25/16 02/24/2018
Spring 2018 Block 8 Topics in Comparative Literature: Eros and Amor: Conceptions of Love in Ancient Greece and Rome Jessica Wise TBA 25/11 02/24/2018
Summer 2018 Block A Topics in Comparative Literature: Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Theory and Practice John Riker, Marcia Dobson TBA 18/4 02/24/2018
Fall 2018 Block 4 Tpcs in Comparative Literature Marcia Dobson TBA 25/25 02/24/2018
Spring 2019 Block 5 Topics in French Culture (taught in English):Comic Books and Graphic Novels: From Tin Tin to Maus an Michael O'Riley TBA 25/25 02/24/2018
Spring 2019 Block 6 Topics in Francophone Culture (taught in English):Exploring Cajun and Creole Cultures in the US Ibrahima Wade TBA 25/25 02/24/2018
Spring 2019 Block 6 Intermediate Topics in German Studies: Migrants, Minorities, Refugees Christiane Steckenbiller TBA 25/25 02/24/2018
Spring 2019 Block 6 Tpcs in Comparative Literature Marcia Dobson TBA 25/25 02/24/2018