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COL102Outsiders in European Literature
COL105Double Visions: Rewriting, Repainting, and Refilming the Classics
COL106The Italian Renaissance
COL107Laughter and Politics
COL108Language
COL110The Enlightenment and the Birth of the Modern World
COL113Autobiography and Professional Choice
COL120Animal Stories
COL130Thinking Animals: An Introduction to Animal Studies
COL208Rome Through the Ages
COL215Theater of Anton Chekhov: Research, Analysis, and Performance
COL216Writing Long Fiction
COL217Fear and Pity: German Tragedies from the 18th to the 20th Century
COL220Modern Christian Thought
COL222The Craft of Writing Nonfiction: Technique and Genre
COL223Public Life in the Age of Theater: Madrid and London, 1580-1680
COL229Heroes, Lovers, and Swindlers: Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature and History
COL231Orientalism: Spain and Africa
COL232Death and the Limits of Representation
COL236Dante and Medieval Culture II
COL238Animal Subjects
COL239Paris, 19th Century
COL242Cinema, Politics and Society in Contemporary Spain
COL244Junior Colloquium
COL246Senior Colloquium
COL247Culture and Society in Renaissance Italy
COL248Urban Fantasies: The City, Sexuality, and National Identity in the Modern Spanish Novel
COL250History of Spain: From the Middle Ages to the Present
COL25219th-Century European Philosophy
COL253Cultural Criticism and Aesthetic Theory: Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno
COL255Tragedy
COL256Paris and Its Representations: Realities and Fantasies
COL25820th-Century Intellectual History
COL260Between Word and World: Major Spanish Poets of the 20th Century
COL261Murder and Adultery: The French and Russian Novel
COL265Nabokov and Cultural Synthesis
COL266Aesthetics
COL267Love and Emotion in Ancient Greek Philosophy
COL269French Feminisms: Texts, Pretexts, and Contexts
COL270Medieval Lyric Poetry
COL272Exoticism: Imaginary Geographies in 18th- and 19th-Century French Literature
COL277Between Local and Global: Contemporary Iberian Cultures and Identities
COL280German Aesthetic Theory
COL282Styles of Philosophical Discourse
COL283Theories of Human Nature
COL290Poems
COL291The Treason of the Intellectuals: Power, Ethics, and Cultural Production
COL292Reason and Its Limits
COL293Inventing the Criminal: Literature and Criminality
COL294Diasporas, Transnationalism, and Globalization
COL298Marginality in Francophone Cinema
COL299Going Too Far: Transgressive Texts (Seminar in German Studies)
COL301Special Delivery: The French Epistolary Novel
COL305Topics in Francophone Lit: "This Island's Mine," Postcolonial Paradigms in the Francophone Caribbean
COL307Negotiating French Identity II: Migration and Identity in Contemporary France
COL313Sex, Violence, and (Poetic) Justice: Spanish and New World Classical Theater
COL314Theorizing Globalization from the Third World
COL324Freud and Psychoanalysis
COL325The French Enlightenment's Africa, 1650-1800
COL327Cervantes
COL330Plato's Moral Psychology
COL332European Intellectual History Since the Renaissance
COL339Reading Theories
COL349Wagner and Modernism
COL351Topics in the Philosophy of History
COL356The Globe and the World: Representations and Theorizations of New Transnational Formations
COL360Philosophical Classics II: Early Modern Philosophy from Descartes Through Kant
COL382Viennese Modernism
COL384Lust and Disgust in Austrian Literature Since 1945
COL390Weimar Modernism and the City of Berlin
COL396Literature and Crisis

Spring 2012 Courses Not Offered       Home       Archive       Search       COL
COL104Baroque Rome
COL105Double Visions: Rewriting, Repainting, and Refilming the Classics
COL106The Italian Renaissance
COL109A History of Civil Disobedience
COL110The Enlightenment and the Birth of the Modern World
COL113Autobiography and Professional Choice
COL114Text and Context: Readings in Modern Europe
COL120Animal Stories
COL201Writing Short Fiction
COL213Advanced Fiction Writing: The Suspense Story
COL215Theater of Anton Chekhov: Research, Analysis, and Performance
COL216Writing Long Fiction
COL218Postmodern Theory with a Historical Intent
COL220Modern Christian Thought
COL222The Craft of Writing Nonfiction: Technique and Genre
COL223Public Life in the Age of Theater: Madrid and London, 1580-1680
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL229Heroes, Lovers, and Swindlers: Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature and History
COL231Orientalism: Spain and Africa
COL232Death and the Limits of Representation
COL233The Descent of Reason: From Logos to Game Theory
COL234Dante and Medieval Culture I
COL235Knights, Fools, and Lovers: An Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance French Culture
COL237The World of Federico García Lorca: Tradition and Modernity in the Spanish Avant-Garde
COL238Animal Subjects
COL239Paris, 19th Century
COL241Sophomore Colloquium
COL243Junior Colloquium
COL245Senior Colloquium
COL247Culture and Society in Renaissance Italy
COL249Narrative and Ideology
COL255Tragedy
COL256Paris and Its Representations: Realities and Fantasies
COL257Histories of Race: Rethinking the Human in an Era of Enlightenment
COL25820th-Century Intellectual History
COL261Murder and Adultery: The French and Russian Novel
COL262Tolstoy
COL263Families on Stage: Individual, Society, and the Nation in Spanish Theater from 1600 to the Present
COL265Nabokov and Cultural Synthesis
COL267Love and Emotion in Ancient Greek Philosophy
COL268Understanding Modernity: Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud
COL269French Feminisms: Texts, Pretexts, and Contexts
COL270Medieval Lyric Poetry
COL271Auerbach's Mimesis and the Novel in Recent History
COL276Twilight of Modernity: Art and Culture in the Weimar Republic
COL277Between Local and Global: Contemporary Iberian Cultures and Identities
COL279Poetry and Philosophy
COL281Genius and Madness
COL282Styles of Philosophical Discourse
COL284Joyce's ULYSSES
COL285Kafka and Jesus
COL289Feminism After 1968: France, the United States, and in Between
COL290Poems
COL291The Treason of the Intellectuals: Power, Ethics, and Cultural Production
COL292Reason and Its Limits
COL295The Athenian Enlightenment: The Birth of Philosophy in 5th-Century Athens
COL296Plato's Triad: THEAETETUS, SOPHIST, and STATESMAN
COL298Marginality in Francophone Cinema
COL299Going Too Far: Transgressive Texts (Seminar in German Studies)
COL301Special Delivery: The French Epistolary Novel
COL305Topics in Francophone Lit: "This Island's Mine," Postcolonial Paradigms in the Francophone Caribbean
COL310Proust and the Play of Time
COL311Spinoza's ETHICS
COL313Sex, Violence, and (Poetic) Justice: Spanish and New World Classical Theater
COL315Tracing Transcendence: Emmanuel Levinas's Talmudic Lectures
COL319The Stories of Medieval French Lyric Poetry
COL320Paris--New York: French Writers of the Beat Generation
COL324Freud and Psychoanalysis
COL325The French Enlightenment's Africa, 1650-1800
COL32619th-Century Fictions of Desire
COL327Cervantes
COL340Goethe, Poet of the Germans (Goethe und kein Ende)
COL359Philosophical Classics I: Ancient Western Philosophy
COL382Viennese Modernism
COL384Lust and Disgust in Austrian Literature Since 1945
COL390Weimar Modernism and the City of Berlin
COL391The Spanish Empire in the Early Global Age: 15th-17th Centuries
COL392Libertines and Libertinage

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