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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 2018 Block 2 Topics in Comparative Literature: Gender Trouble on the Acropolis (in Athens) Lisa Hughes TBA 25/-2 10/21/2018
Fall 2018 Block 4 Topics in Comparative Literature: Origins in Theatre: Ritual, Greek Tragedy, and Early Comedy Elizabeth Bonjean TBA 25/23 10/21/2018
Fall 2018 Block 4 Topics in Comparative Literature: Myth & Meaning Marcia Dobson TBA 25/0 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Half Block Topics in Comparative Literature: Queer Science Fiction Chet Lisiecki TBA 25/25 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Block 5 Topics in Comparative Literature: Dante and His World/Our World Amanda Minervini TBA 25/25 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Block 5 Topics in Comparative Literature: Comic Books and Graphic Novels: From Tin Tin to Maus an Michael O'Riley TBA 25/25 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Block 6 Topics in Comparative Literature: Migrants, Minorities, Refugees Christiane Steckenbiller TBA 25/25 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Block 6 Topics in Comparative Literature: Exploring Cajun and Creole Cultures in the US Ibrahima Wade TBA 25/25 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Block 6 Topics in Comparative Literature: Discovering the Unconscious Marcia Dobson TBA 25/25 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Block 6 Topics in Comparative Literature: Vladimir Nabokov Corinne Scheiner TBA 25/25 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Block 7 Topics in Comparative Literature: Romantic Comedy from Plato to Trainwreck Lisa Hughes TBA 25/25 10/21/2018
Spring 2019 Block 7 Topics in Comparative Literature: Debating World Literature Past & Present Ammar Naji TBA 25/25 10/21/2018