2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
    Sep 21, 2023  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Comparative Literature Minor

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Comparative Literature Overview

Comparative Literature is a wide-ranging, multicultural program of studies in poetry, prose, drama, film and related arts. House in the Department of Language, Literature and Culture, Comparative Literature is by nature interdisciplinary and has strong ties to several other departments in the University.

For more information, please visit the Comparative Literature Department website.

Minor Requirements

The MINOR in Comparative literature should consist of:

  1. Two courses in a foreign language at the intermediate level or above.
  2. Six courses in literature, film or related arts, selected in consultation with a department advisor, one of which must be CMLT 130 - The National Imagination. These six courses can be selected from the offerings in several departments and programs including Foreign Languages, English, Art History, Screen Studies, and Theater Arts. Literature courses presented to demonstrate reading knowledge of a foreign language may be counted in this group of eight courses. No more than one foreign language course above the intermediate level taken to fulfill requirement 1 may be double-counted for fulfillment of requirement 2. 

Comparative Literature Faculty

Maria Acosta Cruz, Ph.D. (Spanish)
Belén Atienza, Ph.D (Spanish)
Odile Ferly, Ph.D. (French)
Everett Fox, Ph.D. (Jewish Studies)
Beth Gale, Ph.D. (French)
Benjamin Korstvedt, Ph.D. (Music)
Stephen Levin, Ph.D. (English)
Juan Pablo Rivera, Ph.D. (Spanish)
Robert Tobin, Ph.D. (German)
Alice Valentine, M.A. (Japanese)

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