LIT 362 Studies in World Literature: (subtitle)

This advanced course provides students with the opportunity to delve deeply into or make broad connections between themes, authors, or questions encountered in the study of world literature. The topic of the course may be a region (e.g., the Caribbean, North Africa), historical or political moment (e.g., the age of revolution, decolonization), literary movement (e.g., magical realism, Theatre of the Absurd), genre (e.g., the epic, haiku), or author (e.g., Colette, Ng_g_ wa Thiong'o). Each iteration of the course will ask students to address questions of context as they arise through social identity, geographical location, historical era, and form. This course will be taught in English.




LIT 201, LIT 211, LIT 220, or instructor permission

Course Tags

HUM; additional tags vary by offering


This course is repeatable for credit