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COL104Baroque Rome
COL109A History of Civil Disobedience
COL110What Does Art Mean? Studies in Aesthetics and Cultural Relevance
COL112The European Novel from Cervantes to Calvino
COL113The Language of Poetry
COL115How to Read a Literary Text
COL118The Fall of Rome and Other Stories
COL125Staging America: Modern American Drama
COL128Re-imagining East and West: Constantinople Between Rome and Istanbul
COL206Remembering the Self: Forces and Forms of Autobiography
COL208Rome Through the Ages
COL213Writing Short Fiction
COL214The Modern and the Postmodern
COL215Theater of Anton Chekhov: Research, Analysis, and Performance
COL219Modern Spain: Literature, Painting, and the Arts in Their Historical Context
COL220Modern Christian Thought
COL223The Picaresque Hero: Rogue (Picaro), Anti-Hero, Citizen
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL227Life Writing: Writing About the Self and from Experience
COL229Heroes, Lovers, and Swindlers: Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature and History
COL231Orientalism: Spain and Africa
COL232Paris and Its Representations: Realities and Fantasies
COL237The World of Federico García Lorca: Tradition and Modernity in the Spanish Avant-Garde
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL239Paris, 19th Century
COL240Modernism and Modernity in 19th-Century French Painting
COL244Junior Colloquium
COL246Senior Colloquium
COL248Urban Fantasies: The City, Sexuality, and National Identity in the Modern Spanish Novel
COL249Narrative and Ideology
COL250Imperial Spain, c.1450-1800
COL251Kafka: Literature, Law, and Power
COL256The Emergence of World Literature(s)
COL262Tolstoy
COL265Nabokov and Cultural Synthesis
COL266Aesthetics
COL270Modernist City-Texts
COL271Performing Ethnicity: Gypsies and the Culture of Flamenco in Spain
COL273Giants of German Prose
COL277Language, Thought, and Politics
COL285Spanish Identity in the Early Modern World
COL286French Cinema: An Introduction
COL289Forbidden Love: From the Middle Ages to the French Revolution
COL292Reason and Its Limits
COL293Goethe, Schiller, and German Romanticism
COL298Minorities in French Cinema
COL303Matter, Community, Environment
COL304Negotiating Gender in the Maghreb
COL307Negotiating French Identity: Migration and Identity in Contemporary France
COL308Medievals on the Move: Pilgrimage, Jihad, Crusade, and Apocalypse
COL311Spinoza's ETHICS
COL313Classic Spanish Plays: Love, Violence, and (Poetic) Justice on the Early Modern Stage
COL323Gender and History (FGSS Gateway)
COL327Cervantes
COL330Plato's Moral Psychology
COL332European Intellectual History Since the Renaissance
COL336Theories of Translation
COL340Observing Justice: Trials and Judgments in Arendt, Kleist, and Kafka
COL347Emperor, Caliph, King: Comparing the Byzantines, Abbasids, and Carolingians
COL349Modernism and the Total Work of Art
COL359Philosophical Classics I: Ancient Western Philosophy
COL360Philosophical Classics II: Early Modern Philosophy from Descartes Through Kant
COL370Digital History

Spring 2017 Courses Not Offered       Home       Archive       Search       COL
COL104Baroque Rome
COL108Language
COL109A History of Civil Disobedience
COL112The European Novel from Cervantes to Calvino
COL115How to Read a Literary Text
COL116The Spanish Inquisition
COL118The Fall of Rome and Other Stories
COL125Staging America: Modern American Drama
COL201Writing Nonfiction
COL204British Literature in the Enlightenment: Individualism, Consumer Culture, the Public Sphere
COL206Remembering the Self: Forces and Forms of Autobiography
COL208Rome Through the Ages
COL213Writing Short Fiction
COL214The Modern and the Postmodern
COL215Theater of Anton Chekhov: Research, Analysis, and Performance
COL216"Multikulti Germany": Expressions of Germany's Cultural Diversity
COL220Modern Christian Thought
COL222The Art of Pilgrimage in Medieval Europe, 1100-1500
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL226Dialogue of Poets: Classical and 20th-Century Poetry in Spain and Latin America
COL229Heroes, Lovers, and Swindlers: Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature and History
COL230Introduction to European Avant-Garde, 1880-1940
COL231Orientalism: Spain and Africa
COL232Paris and Its Representations: Realities and Fantasies
COL234The Cosmos of Dante's Comedy
COL237The World of Federico García Lorca: Tradition and Modernity in the Spanish Avant-Garde
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL239Paris, 19th Century
COL241Sophomore Colloquium
COL243Junior Colloquium
COL245Senior Colloquium
COL248Urban Fantasies: The City, Sexuality, and National Identity in the Modern Spanish Novel
COL249Narrative and Ideology
COL262Tolstoy
COL266Aesthetics
COL268Understanding Modernity: Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud
COL271Performing Ethnicity: Gypsies and the Culture of Flamenco in Spain
COL272Exoticism: Imaginary Geographies in 18th- and 19th-Century French Literature
COL273Giants of German Prose
COL277Language, Thought, and Politics
COL279Good, Evil, Human: German Fairy Tales and Their Cultural Impact
COL284Rethinking the Baroque
COL285Spanish Identity in the Early Modern World
COL286French Cinema: An Introduction
COL289Forbidden Love: From the Middle Ages to the French Revolution
COL293Goethe, Schiller, and German Romanticism
COL298Minorities in French Cinema
COL299The Grumbling Hive: Ethics and British Literature, 1660--1800
COL304Negotiating Gender in the Maghreb
COL311Spinoza's ETHICS
COL313Classic Spanish Plays: Love, Violence, and (Poetic) Justice on the Early Modern Stage
COL314The View from Abroad on the Early Modern Stage
COL316Reality and Escape: Four Contemporary German Novels
COL323Gender and History (FGSS Gateway)
COL324Interpreting the "New World": France and the Early Modern Americas
COL330Plato's Moral Psychology
COL332LEuropean Intellectual History Since the Renaissance- Service Learning
COL338Utter Nonsense: From Allegory to Zaum
COL339Reading Theories
COL340Observing Justice: Trials and Judgments in Arendt, Kleist, and Kafka
COL341Plato's REPUBLIC
COL346Digital Humanities: Intellectual Encounters in the 21st Century
COL347Emperor, Caliph, King: Comparing the Byzantines, Abbasids, and Carolingians
COL370Digital History

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