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COL102The Political Animal
COL103Cosmic Dissolution/Evolution?
COL104Baroque Rome: Creativity and Coercion
COL106The Italian Renaissance
COL107Madame Bovary in Context
COL108Language
COL109Five Days that Made the Middle Ages
COL110Land of Three Religions: Medieval Iberia
COL112Language, Mind, Body: Philosophies of Linguisitics
COL113Autobiography and Professional Choice
COL114Text and Context: Readings in Modern Europe
COL116Fiction and the Real
COL203Style, Authenticity and Community
COL208Rome Through the Ages
COL210What's Right and What's Left? Literature, Philosophy, Art, and Politics in Inter-War Europe
COL211Psychoanalysis and Feminism
COL212Refiguring the Body
COL215Theatre of Anton Chekhov: Research, Analysis, Performance
COL218Post-Modern Theory with an Historical Intent
COL221The Divine Comedy
COL224Cervantes: The Representation of Outsiders
COL226Francophone Uses of America in Literature and Film
COL227Migration & Identity in Contemporary France
COL230Shakespeare and Elizabethan Tragedy
COL231Orientalism: Spain and Africa
COL232Death and the Limits of Representation
COL234Dante and Medieval Culture I
COL236Dante and Medieval Culture II
COL237Garcia Lorca and His World
COL240The Early Modern European City
COL242Spain and Its Cinema: A Different Mode of Representation
COL244Junior Colloquium
COL246Senior Colloquium
COL250Narrative and Ideology
COL252Forgiveness and Retribution
COL256Paris and Its Representations: Realities and Fantasies
COL261Murder and Adultery: The French and Russian Novel
COL262Tolstoy
COL266Muslims and Infidels in the Medieval Mediteranean
COL267Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Medieval Spain
COL272Ten Days that Shook the World: from classical to modern Times
COL273Giants of German Prose
COL274Gogol, Bulgakov and Others. Russian Comic Fiction of the 19th and 20th centuries.
COL278The Cultural History of Reading and Writing
COL280Poetry and Philosophy
COL284Joyce's ULYSSES
COL286The Holocaust: Historical, Philosophical, Literary Aspects
COL287History of Political Philosophy: From Individual Rights to Group Rights
COL288Kierkegaard and Nietzsche: Living Philosophy
COL290Poems
COL291The Treason of the Intellectuals: Power, Ethics, and Cultural Production
COL293Irony and Imagination: Romantic Revolutions in Literature, Music, Art, and Thought
COL295The Poet In History
COL298Diversity and Disruption: German History from Luther to Napoleon
COL299Seminar in German Studies: States of Crisis, Narratives of Transgression
COL301Special Delivery: The French Epistolary Novel
COL303Political Independence and Literary Dependence in 19th Century Franco-Caribbean Literatures
COL304Adolescence
COL308Transcendence, Truth, and History in Modern Jewish Thought
COL309The Trauma of the Spanish Civil War: Representations on Narrative and Film
COL313Sex, Violence, and (Poetic) Justice: Spanish and New World Classical Theater
COL317Once Upon A Time Is Now
COL319European and Russian Avant-Garde
COL324Freud and Psychoanalysis
COL332European Intellectual History since the Renaissance
COL335Art and Truth in the History of Aesthetics
COL343Socratic Paradoxes Old and New
COL359Philosophical Classics I: Ancient Western Philosophy
COL363Postwar German Literature: Confrontations with the Past
COL381Eros, Love and Friendship in Plato
COL382Viennese Modernism
COL384Lust and Disgust in Austrian Literature Since 1945
COL465Education in the Field, Undergraduate


Spring 2007 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       COL
COL102The Political Animal
COL103Cosmic Dissolution/Evolution?
COL104Baroque Rome: Creativity and Coercion
COL105The Fantastic in Narrative Imagination
COL106The Italian Renaissance
COL107Madame Bovary in Context
COL108Language
COL109Five Days that Made the Middle Ages
COL112Language, Mind, Body: Philosophies of Linguisitics
COL113Autobiography and Professional Choice
COL115Literature of Protest and Complaint
COL116Fiction and the Real
COL203Style, Authenticity and Community
COL204Theories of Culture
COL208Rome Through the Ages
COL210What's Right and What's Left? Literature, Philosophy, Art, and Politics in Inter-War Europe
COL211Psychoanalysis and Feminism
COL212Refiguring the Body
COL215Theatre of Anton Chekhov: Research, Analysis, Performance
COL220Modern Christian Thought
COL221The Divine Comedy
COL224Cervantes: The Representation of Outsiders
COL22520th C. Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL226Francophone Uses of America in Literature and Film
COL227Migration & Identity in Contemporary France
COL229Heroes, Lovers, and Swindlers: An Intro to Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Classics and Culture
COL230Shakespeare and Elizabethan Tragedy
COL231Orientalism: Spain and Africa
COL232Death and the Limits of Representation
COL234Dante and Medieval Culture I
COL236Dante and Medieval Culture II
COL237Garcia Lorca and His World
COL241Sophomore Colloquium
COL242Spain and Its Cinema: A Different Mode of Representation
COL243Junior Colloquium
COL245Senior Colloquium
COL250Narrative and Ideology
COL252Forgiveness and Retribution
COL255Tragedy
COL257Russian Drama
COL25820th Century Intellectual History
COL261Murder and Adultery: The French and Russian Novel
COL262Tolstoy
COL265Nabokov and Cultural Synthesis
COL266Muslims and Infidels in the Medieval Mediteranean
COL274Gogol, Bulgakov and Others. Russian Comic Fiction of the 19th and 20th centuries.
COL276Twilight of Modernity: Art and Culture in the Weimar Republic
COL278The Cultural History of Reading and Writing
COL280Poetry and Philosophy
COL281Genius and Madness
COL284Joyce's ULYSSES
COL285Kafka and Jesus
COL286The Holocaust: Historical, Philosophical, Literary Aspects
COL288Kierkegaard and Nietzsche: Living Philosophy
COL291The Treason of the Intellectuals: Power, Ethics, and Cultural Production
COL293Irony and Imagination: Romantic Revolutions in Literature, Music, Art, and Thought
COL295The Poet In History
COL298Diversity and Disruption: German History from Luther to Napoleon
COL299Seminar in German Studies: States of Crisis, Narratives of Transgression
COL301Special Delivery: The French Epistolary Novel
COL304Adolescence
COL305Nomadic Islanders: Contemporary Caribbean Diasporas and Identities
COL306Persuasion in Rhetoric and Philosophy in the Ancient Tradition of the West
COL308Transcendence, Truth, and History in Modern Jewish Thought
COL309The Trauma of the Spanish Civil War: Representations on Narrative and Film
COL311Spinoza's ETHICS
COL318Religion and History
COL319European and Russian Avant-Garde
COL321Gender, Science, and British Cultural History
COL324Freud and Psychoanalysis
COL327Cervantes
COL335Art and Truth in the History of Aesthetics
COL339Reading Theories
COL343Socratic Paradoxes Old and New
COL363Postwar German Literature: Confrontations with the Past
COL381Eros, Love and Friendship in Plato
COL382Viennese Modernism
COL384Lust and Disgust in Austrian Literature Since 1945
COL396Literature and Crisis

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