COMPARATIVE LITERATURE (Div. I)

Fall Courses
Spring Courses
Not Offered

FALL COURSES

COMP 111(F) The Nature of Narrative (Same as English 120) (W)*

COMP 113(F) The Ancient Novel (Same as Classics 105)

COMP 117(F) Introduction to Cultural Theory (Same as English 117) (W)

COMP 215(F) Reading Contemporary Drama or Turn of This Century Drama (Same as Theater 215)

COMP 218(F) Revolutionary African Literature (Same as Africana Studies 140 and English 250)*

COMP 220(F) Cultural Foundations: The Literature and History of Early China (Same as Chinese 224 and History 315)*

COMP 224(F) The Feature Film (Same as English 204)

COMP 230T(F) Violent States, Violent Subjects: Nation-Building and Atrocity in 19th Century Latin America (Same as Spanish 230T) (W)*

COMP 240(F,S) Introduction to Literary Theory (Same as English 230) (W)

COMP 250(F) From Adam to Noah: Literary Imagination and the Primeval History in Genesis (Same as Classics 207, Jewish Studies 207 and Religion 207)

COMP 305(F) Dostoevsky and His Age (Same as Russian 305)

COMP 322(F) Performance Criticism (Same as Theatre 322) (W)

COMP 324(F) Auteur Cinema and the Very Long Film (Same as English 404)

COMP 344(F) From Hermeneutics to Post-Coloniality (Same as Religion 304)*

COMP 356(F) The Human Face in the Modern Imagination (Same as ArtH 307, English 346 and INTR 346) (W)

COMP 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

COMP 402(F) Senior Seminar: The Cultures of Poetry

COMP 493(F)-W31-494(S) Senior Thesis-Comparative Literature

COMP 497(F), 498(S) Independent Study


SPRING COURSES

COMP 107(S) The Trojan War (Same as Classics 101) (W)

COMP 111(S) The Nature of Narrative (Same as English 120) (W)*

COMP 202(S) Modern Drama (Same as English 202 and Theatre 229)

COMP 204(S) Twentieth-Century Russian Literature in Translation (Same as Russian 204) (W)

COMP 205(S) The Latin-American Novel in Translation (Same as Spanish 205)*

COMP 211(S) From Voltaire to Nietzsche (Same as German 210)

COMP 214(S) Defining the African Diaspora (Same as Africana Studies 160 and English 251)*

COMP 217(S) Ancient Wisdom Literature (Same as Classics 205, Jewish Studies 205 and Religion 205)

COMP 237(S) Gender and Desire 1200-1600 (Same as English 237 and Women's and Gender Studies 237) (W)

COMP 240(F,S) Introduction to Literary Theory (Same as English 230) (W)

COMP 256T(S) Crises and Critiques: The Literature and Intellectual History of Early 20th Century China (Same as Chinese 251T and History 215T ) (W)*

COMP 258(S) South African and American Intersections (Same as Africana Studies 260 and English 252)*

COMP 260(S) Reading Reading: An Introduction to the Qur'an and Islam (Same as Religion 230) (W)*

COMP 329(S) Contemporary World Novel (Same as English 379)

COMP 342(S) Psychoanalysis, Gender, and Sexuality (Same as English 386 and Women's and Gender Studies 388)

COMP 345(S) Culture, Criticism and Praxis (Same as English 408)

COMP 358(S) Fantastic Spaces and Imaginary Places: Literary Texts and Images in Medieval and Early Modern French Literature (Same as French 408)

COMP 359(S) Latinos in/and the Media: From Production to Consumption (Same as Latina/o Studies 346)*

COMP 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

COMP 493(F)-W31-494(S) Senior Thesis-Comparative Literature

COMP 497(F), 498(S) Independent Study


NOT OFFERED COURSES

COMP 108 Roman Literature (Same as Classics 102) (Not offered 2006-2007)

COMP 109 Greek and Roman Drama: Renewal and Transformation (Same as Classics 103 and Theatre 311) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 201 The Hebrew Bible (Same as Classics 201, Jewish Studies 201 and Religion 201) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 203 Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature in Translation (Same as Russian 203) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 206 The Book of Job and Joban Literature (Same as Classics 206, Jewish Studies 206 and Religion 206) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

COMP 208 Fatal Passions and Happy Fools: French Theater in the Age of Louis XIV (Same as French 208) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 210 The Politics of Language in the Literature and Culture of U.S. Latinas/os (Same as Latina/o Studies 240 and Linguistics 254) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)*

COMP 222 The Russian Short Story (Same as Russian 222) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

COMP 223 Reading Films (Same as English 203) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 226 Comparative Drama: The Anti-Realist Impulse (Same as English 206 and Theatre 226) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 232 European Modernism (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 235 China on Screen (Same as Chinese 235) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)*

COMP 244 Helen, Desire and Language (Same as Classics 224 and Women's and Gender Studies 224) (Not offered 2006-2007) (W)

COMP 251T War in Modern Literature (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

COMP 253 Literature and the Body (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 254 On the Outside Looking In (Same as Japanese 266) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)*

COMP 257 Baghdad (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)*

COMP 261 Japanese Theatre and its Contemporary Context (Same as Japanese 260) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)*

COMP 302T Latino Writing: Literature by U.S. Hispanics (Same as Spanish 306) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)*

COMP 306 Tolstoy and His Age (Same as Russian 306) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 311 Freud and Kafka (Same as German 311) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

COMP 312T Writing Islands (Same as French 312T) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)*

COMP 338 Theorizing Popular Culture: U.S. Latinas/os and the Dynamics of the Everyday (Same as Latina/o Studies 338) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)*

COMP 340 Literature and Psychoanalysis (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)