Comparative Literature (CPLT)
Topics in film and media from an international perspective. National cinematic traditions are compared and contrasted. May be repeated as content varies by title.
Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Global Learning
Problems of literary theory in texts from the ancients to the 17th century, with an emphasis on the classical tradition.
Cross-listed course: ENGL 733
Problems of literary theory from the 18th century to the 1960s.
Cross-listed course: ENGL 734
Presents an in-depth study of selected schools or trends in contemporary literary theory.
The study of one cultural period as an international movement. Topics will vary.
Study of a genre from its inception to the present and its manifestations in the several literatures. Topics will vary.
The study of recurrence and mutation in literary themes. Topics will vary.
Topics will vary and will be announced (e.g., Anglo-French literary relations, 1740-1900; 20th-century German-American literary relations).
A survey of recent translation theory as it relates to literature, combined with translation analysis and actual translation of literary texts.
Methods of film analysis, resources for research, and the major critical theories.
Cross-listed course: ENGL 765
Supervised direction of foreign language teaching in college. Required of all graduate assistants who are teaching. This course will not count toward the MA or PhD degree.
Open to Ph.D. candidates who have passed their comprehensive examinations.