Comparative Literature and Culture Courses
An interesting introduction to a topic in the field of Comparative Literature and Culture.
A substantial introduction to the basic principles and concepts needed for understanding and comparing works of literature and cultures from different parts of the world. Students will read and analyze a selection of literary works with a comparative focus, be it a genre, a time period, a cross-disciplinary theme or its relevance to another discipline. This course is required for all majors and minors in CMPL.
This course builds on the analytical and critical skills introduced in CMPL 195 or CMPL 200 through examination of the major methodologies of Twentieth Century literary theories. Offered in the Fall only.
A course that integrates the comparative knowledge and skills derived from previous work in a seminar setting and a significant research project. Offered every Spring. Prerequisites: CMPL 200 ENGL 390 and senior standing.