Courses for Fall 2014

  • What is Tragedy?

    Introduction to tragedy. Readings may include Sophocles, Shakespeare, Hegel, Chekhov, Chan-wook Park, and Jia Zhangke.
    COLT 0510L S01
    Primary Instructor
    Saval
  • Rites of Passage

    Examines a seemingly universal theme-coming of age-by focusing on texts from disparate periods and cultures. Proposes that notions of "growing up" are profoundly inflected by issues of class, gender and race, and that the literary representation of these matters changes drastically over time. Texts from the Middle Ages to the present; authors drawn from Chrétien de Troyes, Quevedo, Prévost, Balzac, Brontë, Twain, Faulkner, Vesaas, Rhys, Satrapi and Foer. Enrollment limited to 20 first year students. FYS
    COLT 0610D S01
    Primary Instructor
    Weinstein
  • The Myth of the Seven: From Aeschylus to Kurosawa (CLAS 0950)

    Interested students must register for CLAS 0950 (CRN 15891).
  • Chinese Empire and Literature

    This course offers an introduction to early imperial Chinese literature and to comparative approaches to colonization, sinicization, and cross-cultural heritage. Readings include China’s most famous work of historical literature, Sima Qian’s Shiji; poems, essays, and visual materials from the Qin-Han to Tang periods; and contemporary representations of early empire in Chinese films. Knowledge of classical Chinese welcome but not required.
    COLT 0610T S01
    Primary Instructor
    Chin
  • New Worlds: Reading Spaces and Places in Colonial Latin America

    An interdisciplinary journey-combining history, literature, art, film, architecture, cartography-through representations of the many worlds that comprised the colonial Hispanic New World. We traverse the paradisiacal Antilles, the U.S. Southwest, Tenochtitlan/Mexico City, Lima, Potosí. We read European, indigenous, and Creole writers, including: Columbus, Las Casas, Bernal Díaz, Aztec poets, Guaman Poma, Sor Juana. In English. Excellent preparation for study abroad in Latin America. Enrollment limited to 20 first year students. FYS WRIT
    COLT 0710I S01
    Primary Instructor
    Merrim
  • A Comparative Introduction to the Literatures of the Americas

    Considers the common links between the diverse literatures of North and South America, approached in relation to one another rather than to Eurocentric paradigms. Focuses on the treatment of such topics as the representation of the past and the self, the role of memory and the imagination, the nature of literary language, and the questions of alienation, colonialism and post-colonialism, communication versus silence, and fiction versus history in the works of selected writers from North and Latin America, including García-Márquez, Faulkner, Cortázar, Allende, Lispector, Morrison, Doctorow, Rosa, and DeLillo. Enrollment limited to 15 first year students. FYS WRIT
    COLT 0710N S01
    Primary Instructor
    Valente
  • Odysseus in Literature

    Examines the reincarnations of the Homeric figure of Odysseus in contemporary literatures. It approaches the texts historically, culturally and literary. How is the Odysseus myth altered from culture to culture (Greece, Rome, Ireland, the Caribean), how is it re-adapted in different historical periods, how does Odysseus change as the genre changes (epic, poetry, the novel, film, drama)?
    COLT 0710Q S01
    Primary Instructor
    Calotychos
  • Leaves of Words: A Survey of Japanese Literature

    While Zen, sushi and animé have become commonplaces in contemporary American parlance, Japanese literature and culture remain static enigmas, conjuring up visions of stolid-faced samurai, cherry blossoms, and post-modern dystopias. In this survey of Japanese literary works from the 8th century to the present, we will examine the development of canons of literature, both poetry and prose, and aesthetics in specific social contexts in Japanese cultural history. Also, we will consider their re-evaluations in subsequent eras, raising questions about the stability and continuity of such traditions. In addition to readings, we will briefly look at film, manga and anime.
    COLT 0710U S01
    Primary Instructor
    Viswanathan
  • Cultures of Colonialism: Palestine/Israel

    Examines the history and literary production of the Israeli-Palestinian colonial encounter from 1948 to the present. Aims to delineate the deep links between domestic culture and colonialism in Israel-Palestine by raising questions about statehood, dispossession, and exclusion in the imaginaries of both peoples and by examining novels in relation to the ethical and political imperatives of settler-colonial dynamics. Authors include: David Grossman, Emile Habibi, Jabra I. Jabra, Sahar Khalifah, Kanafani, Amos Oz, and A. B. Yehoshua. Sophomore seminar. Enrollment limited to 20 sophomores.
    COLT 0710W S01
    Primary Instructor
    Abu-Manneh
  • Desire and the Marketplace

    Studies love and desire as the interplay between men, women, and money in mercantilized societies, in seventeenth century Japan, eighteenth century England, nineteenth century France, and twentieth century Africa. Novels featuring female protagonists by Saikaku, Defoe, Flaubert, Emecheta and Bâ, readings in economic and feminist theory, and visual art--Japanese woodcuts, Hogarth, nineteenth century French painting, West African arts. LILE
    COLT 0810F S01
    Primary Instructor
    Viswanathan
  • How Not to Be a Hero

    Shakespeare wrote two great, intense plays about ancient characters who were irredeemable failures: Coriolanus and Timon of Athens. What can failure teach us? What kind of strength does a language of failure possess? We will also read the ancient sources themselves (Livy, Lucian, Plutarch), and modern adaptations of these stories (Bertolt Brecht, T. S. Eliot, Günter Grass, Wyndham Lewis).
    COLT 0810H S01
    Primary Instructor
    Haynes
  • Believers, Agnostics, and Atheists in Contemporary Fiction (JUDS 0050A)

    Interested students must register for JUDS 0050A (CRN 15093).
  • The Bible as Literature (JUDS 0830)

    Interested students must register for JUDS 0830 (CRN 15097).
  • Classical Mythology and the Western Tradition

    Reads classical texts that expound the fundamental mythological stories and elements of the Western tradition, then will read selected texts from the Renaissance through the twentieth century that utilize these myths. Ancient texts covered will include the Epic of Gilgamesh, Hesiod's Theogony and Works and Days, Ovid's Metamorphoses, and plays by Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. Later texts will include Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis and Rape of Lucrece, Milton's "Lycidas," and lyric poetry by Keats, Shelley, Browning, Swinburne, Rilke, Auden, and Yeats. This course is suitable for anyone wishing to understand the classical background to Western literature. LILE
    COLT 0811I S01
    Primary Instructor
    Ierulli
  • The Dead and the Living (ENGL 0710D)

    Interested students must register for ENGL 0710D (CRN 15304).
  • Introduction to the Theory of Literature

    An historical introduction to problems of literary theory from the classical to the postmodern. Issues to be examined include mimesis, rhetoric, hermeneutics, history, psychoanalysis, formalisms and ideological criticism (questions of race, gender, sexuality, postcolonialism). Primarily for advanced undergraduates. Lectures, discussions; several short papers.
    COLT 1210 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Sng
  • A Classical Islamic Education: Readings in Arabic Literature

    This seminar introduces students to the essential texts of a classical education in the Arabic-Islamic world. What works of poetry, literary criticism, belletristic prose, biography, geography, history, and other disciplines were considered staples of a well-rounded education in medieval Baghdad, Cairo, Damascus, or Fez? Emphasis will be placed on close and patient readings of primary sources. At least two years of Arabic required.
    COLT 1310E S01
    Primary Instructor
    Muhanna
  • Perspectives on Shakespeare's Comedies

    We will explore Shakespeare’s comedies in connection with perspectives for thinking about comedy as a genre and a mode. Plays may include Love’s Labor’s Lost, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Measure for Measure, All’s Well that Ends Well, Winter’s Tale, and Cymbeline. Other readings may include Montaigne, Frye, Hegel, Nietzsche, and Freud.
    COLT 1410Z S01
    Primary Instructor
    Saval
  • Fantastic and Existentialist Literatures of Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil

    Jorge Luis Borges proclaimed that South American writers can "wield all themes" without superstition, with irreverence. This course examines the ways in which 20th century writers from Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil appropriated European fantastic and existentialist fictions, taking them in new directions. Readings, in English or original languages, include Borges, Cortázar, Onetti, Lispector. Prerequisite: previous college literature course(s).
    COLT 1420F S01
    Primary Instructor
    Merrim
  • The Fiction of Relationship

    Explores the manifold ways in which narrative literature sheds light on the relationships that we have in life, both knowingly and unknowingly. The novel form, with its possibilities of multiple voices and perspectives, captures the interplay between self and other that marks all lives. Authors include Laclos, Melville, Brontë, Kafka, Woolf, Faulkner, Borges, Burroughs, Vesaas, Morrison, and Coetzee.
    COLT 1420T S01
    Primary Instructor
    Weinstein
  • Fictions of Family in the Enlightenment European Novel

    This course will study the emergence of the genre of domestic fiction in eighteenth-century Europe with its emphasis on the construction of a family space and the establishment of a domestic economy. We will explore this question through the prism of its disfunction: focusing on the story of “domestic misfortunes” in its various forms: poor planning, reckless spending, and general mismanagement of money. We will read novels that reflect on the failures to achieve domestic bliss and offer alternatives to ill husbandry: Defoe’s Moll Flanders, Prévost’s Manon Lescaut, Richardson’s Pamela, Fielding’s Joseph Andrews, and Rousseau’s Julie, ou La Nouvelle Héloïse.
    COLT 1422B S01
    Primary Instructor
    Mostefai
  • The Literature and Cinema of Global Organized Crime (SLAV 1500)

    Interested students must register for SLAV 1500 (CRN 16528).
  • Twentieth-Century Russian Approaches to Literature: Bakhtin and the Russian Formalists (SLAV 1890)

    Interested students must register for SLAV 1890 (CRN 16191).
  • Introduction to Literary Translation

    This is a workshop course introducing the history and theory of literary translation, with demonstrations and exercises translating poetry and prose. All languages welcome, but students must be proficient to the level of reading literature in the original language. Foreign language through 0600 or permission of the instructor.
    COLT 1710A S01
    Primary Instructor
    Levy
  • Gates of Asia

    An exploration of the growth of European knowledge of Asia from the rise of the Mongol empire through the Great Game and its aftermath. Primary sources include three kinds of accounts provided by travelers who set their hearts on Asian exploration: personal narratives, official reports and dispatches, and scholarly studies of the exotic cultures. Enrollment limited to 20.
    COLT 1810I S01
    Primary Instructor
    Levy
  • Levantine Cities: Alexandria, Istanbul, Athens

    Explores the literary and filmic imagination of three Eastern Mediterranean cities, Alexandria, Istanbul, and Athens. It examines the history, culture and politics of these cities and the ways in which they emerge in literature, film, poetry and travelogues. How is the city defined in these works? How are social tensions addressed, such as those between Greeks and Turks and Arabs or between Christians, Muslims and Jews? How are thematic and historical issues resolved, such as those involving antiquity and modernity, tradition and modernization, colonialism and nationalism, religion and secularism? How are these cities defined in the works of western writers? Enrollment limited to 30. DPLL
    COLT 1811T S01
    Primary Instructor
    Calotychos
  • Queer Relations: Aesthetics and Sexuality (ENGL 1900R)

    Interested students must register for ENGL 1900R (CRN 15179).
  • The Problem of the Vernacular

    It has been said that a language is a dialect with an army and a navy. Under what conditions do dialects, vernaculars, creoles, and slangs become mediums for literary and artistic expression? How have writers in different cultures managed the relationship between their "official" national languages and their more intimate mother tongues? This course will explore this problem in a variety of literary traditions, including Chinese, Arabic, Hindi-Urdu, Greek, Hebrew, Brazilian Portuguese, Latin and the Romance vernaculars, and a variety of modern European languages.
    COLT 1813K S01
    Primary Instructor
    Muhanna
  • Law and Literature (ENGL 1950F)

    Interested students must register for ENGL 1950F (CRN 15301).
  • Fashion and Power (GNSS 1960Y)

    Interested students must register for GNSS 1960Y (CRN 16617).
  • Individual Independent Study

    Section numbers vary by instructor. Please check Banner for the correct section number and CRN to use when registering for this course.
    COLT 1970 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Ahearn
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    COLT 1970 S02
    Primary Instructor
    Bernstein
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    COLT 1970 S03
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    Creswell
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    COLT 1970 S04
    Primary Instructor
    Muhanna
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    COLT 1970 S05
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    McLaughlin
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    COLT 1970 S06
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    Reichman
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    COLT 1970 S07
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    Riva
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    COLT 1970 S08
    Primary Instructor
    Panou
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    COLT 1970 S09
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    Whitfield
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    COLT 1970 S10
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    Koul
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    COLT 1970 S11
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    COLT 1970 S12
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    Bensmaia
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    COLT 1970 S13
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    COLT 1970 S14
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    Evdokimova
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    COLT 1970 S15
    Primary Instructor
    Foley
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    COLT 1970 S16
    Primary Instructor
    Gander
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    COLT 1970 S17
    Primary Instructor
    Gluck
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    COLT 1970 S18
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    Golub
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    COLT 1970 S19
    Primary Instructor
    Haynes
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    COLT 1970 S20
    Primary Instructor
    Konstan
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    COLT 1970 S21
    Primary Instructor
    Levy
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    COLT 1970 S22
    Primary Instructor
    Merrim
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    COLT 1970 S23
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    Pucci
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    COLT 1970 S24
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    Saint-Amand
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    COLT 1970 S25
    Primary Instructor
    Saval
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    COLT 1970 S26
    Primary Instructor
    Sng
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    COLT 1970 S27
    Primary Instructor
    Stewart-Steinberg
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    COLT 1970 S28
    Primary Instructor
    Valente
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    COLT 1970 S29
    Primary Instructor
    Viswanathan
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    COLT 1970 S30
    Primary Instructor
    Waldrop
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    COLT 1970 S31
    Primary Instructor
    Weinstein
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  • Senior Thesis Preparation

    Special work or preparation of honors theses under the supervision of a member of the staff. Open to honors students and to others. Section numbers vary by instructor. Please check Banner for the correct section number and CRN to use when registering for this course.
    COLT 1990 S01
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    Ahearn
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    COLT 1990 S02
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    Mazzucchelli
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    COLT 1990 S03
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    Bensmaia
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    COLT 1990 S04
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    Bernstein
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    COLT 1990 S05
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    Creswell
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    COLT 1990 S06
    Primary Instructor
    Bou
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    COLT 1990 S07
    Primary Instructor
    Muhanna
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    COLT 1990 S08
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    COLT 1990 S09
    Primary Instructor
    Panou
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    COLT 1990 S10
    Primary Instructor
    Swensen
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    COLT 1990 S11
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    Golub
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    COLT 1990 S12
    Primary Instructor
    Harper
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    COLT 1990 S13
    Primary Instructor
    Haynes
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    COLT 1990 S14
    Primary Instructor
    Keach
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    COLT 1990 S15
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    Konstan
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    COLT 1990 S16
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    Koul
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    COLT 1990 S17
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    Krause
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    COLT 1990 S18
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    Landow
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    COLT 1990 S19
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    Levitsky
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    COLT 1990 S20
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    Levy
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    COLT 1990 S21
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    Maso
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    COLT 1990 S22
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    Merrim
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    COLT 1990 S23
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    Oldcorn
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    COLT 1990 S24
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    Poore
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    COLT 1990 S25
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    Pucci
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    COLT 1990 S26
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    Ortega
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    COLT 1990 S27
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    Reichman
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    COLT 1990 S28
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    Reichman
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    COLT 1990 S29
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    Riva
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    COLT 1990 S30
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    Rooney
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    COLT 1990 S31
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    Saint-Amand
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    COLT 1990 S32
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    Scholes
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    COLT 1990 S33
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    Schultz
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    COLT 1990 S34
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    Seifert
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    COLT 1990 S35
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    Stewart-Steinberg
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    COLT 1990 S36
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    Saval
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    COLT 1990 S37
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    Valente
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    COLT 1990 S38
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    Vieira
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    COLT 1990 S39
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    Viswanathan
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    COLT 1990 S40
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    Waldrop
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    COLT 1990 S41
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    Wang
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    COLT 1990 S42
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    Warren
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    COLT 1990 S43
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    Weinstein
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    COLT 1990 S44
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    Nabers
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    COLT 1990 S45
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    Whitfield
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    COLT 1990 S46
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    Evdokimova
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    COLT 1990 S47
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    Gander
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    COLT 1990 S48
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    Izzo
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    COLT 1990 S49
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    Perry
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    COLT 1990 S50
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    Clayton
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    COLT 1990 S51
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    Sng
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    COLT 1990 S52
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    Simas-Almeida
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    COLT 1990 S53
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    Chang
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    COLT 1990 S54
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    Ravindranathan
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  • Theories of the Lyric

    Through readings of recent critical discussions of the lyric genre, we will explore more general methodological problems of literary theory. Questions to be raised include: the role of form, structure and tropes in analyzing poetry; problems of subjectivity and voice; the relation between poetry, history and politics; the function of reading; and the problematic "objectivity" of criticism. Readings from Jakobson, Benveniste, Jauss, Benjamin, Johnson, De Man, Lacoue-Labarthe, Agamben, Badiou and Derrida. Focus on poets Hölderlin, Baudelaire and Celan.
    COLT 2520F S01
    Primary Instructor
    Bernstein
  • Metaphor

    Explores the role of metaphor in literary writing, the mind and public policy. Reads philosophical and literary analyses of metaphor alongside poetry, fiction and cognitive science research on metaphor's centrality to human thought processes. Moves from these readings to a consideration of war metaphors in political speech in the Americas, including the "War on Drugs," the "War on Terror" and Argentina's "Dirty War." Authors include Aristotle, de Man, Sontag, Plath, Eluard, García Márquez, Lakoff, Pinker and Feitlowitz. Open only to graduate students.
    COLT 2821E S01
    Primary Instructor
    Whitfield
  • Peines (techniques) de (la) mort) (FREN 2620I)

    Interested students must register for FREN 2620I (CRN 15793).
  • Reading Adorno’s Aesthetic Theory (GRMN 2660W)

    Interested students must register for GRMN 2660W (CRN 16161).
  • On Repression

    Family life, as a structure of prohibited desires, is often thought to be the source of similar prohibitions in society or state. The same mechanism — repression — is posited in both cases. We will trace the fate of “repressive hypotheses” from Fourier through Marx and Freud to Benjamin, Foucault, and Godelier. Alongside theorists we will read literary works from Hawthorne and Dostoevsky to Andre Breton, Italo Calvino, and Guy Davenport.
    COLT 2830K S01
    Primary Instructor
    Haynes
  • Reading and Research

    Section numbers vary by instructor. Please check Banner for the correct section number and CRN to use when registering for this course.
    COLT 2980 S01
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    Ahearn
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    COLT 2980 S02
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    Saval
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    COLT 2980 S03
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    Bernstein
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    COLT 2980 S04
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    Creswell
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    COLT 2980 S05
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    Bou
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    COLT 2980 S06
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    Whitfield
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    COLT 2980 S07
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    Muhanna
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    COLT 2980 S08
    Primary Instructor
    Haynes
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    COLT 2980 S09
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    Konstan
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    COLT 2980 S10
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    Levy
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    COLT 2980 S11
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    McLaughlin
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    COLT 2980 S12
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    Merrim
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    COLT 2980 S13
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    Monteiro
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    COLT 2980 S14
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    Moulton
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    COLT 2980 S15
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    Pucci
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    COLT 2980 S16
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    Panou
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    COLT 2980 S17
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    Stewart-Steinberg
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    COLT 2980 S18
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    Rooney
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    COLT 2980 S19
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    Newman
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    COLT 2980 S20
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    Saint-Amand
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    COLT 2980 S21
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    Scholes
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    COLT 2980 S22
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    COLT 2980 S23
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    Valente
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    COLT 2980 S24
    Primary Instructor
    Viswanathan
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    COLT 2980 S25
    Primary Instructor
    Weinstein
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  • Thesis Preparation

    For graduate students who have met the tuition requirement and are paying the Registration Fee to continue active enrollment while preparing a thesis.
    COLT 2990 S01
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