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COL101FTruth and Lies in Crime Writing (FYS)
COL108FLanguage (FYS)
COL110What Does Art Mean? Studies in Aesthetics and Cultural Relevance
COL112FThe European Novel from Cervantes to Calvino (FYS)
COL115How to Read a Literary Text
COL117Writing Love: Myth-Making and Experience in the Literature of Amour
COL120Muslims, Jews, and Christians: Getting Along in Medieval Spain
COL121FWriting About Social Issues (FYS)
COL123Love, Sex, and Marriage in Renaissance Europe
COL123FLove, Sex, and Marriage in Renaissance Europe (FYS)
COL125FStaging America: Modern American Drama (FYS)
COL129Writing the French Revolution
COL138FMasculinities (FYS)
COL186The Changing American Novel: From Jack Kerouac to Maggy Nelson
COL189Introduction to History: History of the Present
COL204British Literature in the Enlightenment: Individualism, Consumer Culture, and the Public Sphere
COL207The Political Animal
COL214The Modern and the Postmodern
COL220Modern Christian Thought
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL226Dialogue of Poets: Classical and 20th-Century Poetry in Spain and Latin America
COL227Life Writing: Writing About the Self and from Experience
COL228Virtue and Vice in History, Literature, and Philosophy
COL229Heroes, Lovers, and Swindlers: Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature and History
COL231Orientalism: Spain and Africa
COL233Tales of Transcendental Homelessness: Journey, Adventure, and the Foreigner Before the Novel
COL234The Cosmos of Dante's "Comedy"
COL236Don Quixote: How to Read the Ultimate Novel
COL237Introduction to the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL240Revolutionary France and the Birth of Modern Art, 1789-1900
COL244Junior Colloquium 2: The Early Modern Period
COL247The Fall of Rome and Other Stories
COL249Narrative and Ideology
COL250The Renaissance Woman
COL251Kafka: Literature, Law, and Power
COL253Existentialism
COL254Folly & Enlightenment: Madness Before and After the Mind/Body Split
COL256The Emergence of World Literature(s)
COL257Remembering Selves: Forces and Forms of Autobiography
COL258The Word for World is Information: Ideologies of Language in Science Fiction & Film
COL262Tolstoy
COL266History and Limits of Aesthetic Theory
COL270Modernist City-Texts
COL271Performing Ethnicity: Gypsies and the Culture of Flamenco in Spain
COL272Exoticism: Imaginary Geographies in 18th- and 19th-Century French Literature
COL274Outsiders in European Literature
COL279FGood, Evil, Human: German Fairy Tales and Their Cultural Impact (FYS)
COL285The Essay from Page to Web Page
COL286French Cinema: An Introduction
COL287Nietzsche als Versucher (CLAC.50)
COL290Nietzsche - Science, Psychology, Genealogy
COL306Spectacles of Violence in Early Modern French Tragedy
COL307Negotiating French Identity: Migration and Identity in Contemporary France
COL308Medievals on the Move: Pilgrimage, Jihad, Crusade, and Apocalypse
COL309Truth & the Poet: Lyric Subjectivity and Phenomenology
COL316Newest German Literature and Film
COL323Gender and History: Global Feminist Theories and Narratives of the Past (FGSS Gateway)
COL324Interpreting the "New World": France and the Early Modern Americas
COL327Cervantes
COL328History and Theory
COL332European Intellectual History since the Renaissance
COL334The History of Spanish Cinema
COL336Theories of Translation
COL338Utter Nonsense: Modernist Experiments with Meaning
COL341Plato's REPUBLIC
COL347Emperor, Caliph, King: Comparing the Byzantines, Abbasids, and Carolingians
COL349Modernism and the Total Work of Art
COL350History as Tragedy: Genre, Gender, and Power in the Alexiad of Anna Komnena
COL360Philosophical Classics II: Early Modern Philosophy from Descartes Through Kant
COL390Romanticism-Realism-Modernism
COL391Diderot: An Encyclopedic Mind
COL392Empire, Memory, Translation: A Seminar on the Rings of Saturn


Spring 2022 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       COL
COL108FLanguage (FYS)
COL110What Does Art Mean? Studies in Aesthetics and Cultural Relevance
COL112FThe European Novel from Cervantes to Calvino (FYS)
COL115How to Read a Literary Text
COL117Writing Love: Myth-Making and Experience in the Literature of Amour
COL125FStaging America: Modern American Drama (FYS)
COL201Writing Nonfiction
COL202Poetry and Politics: Pound, Arendt, Lowell
COL204British Literature in the Enlightenment: Individualism, Consumer Culture, and the Public Sphere
COL217Love and Loss in Medieval and Early Modern French Literature and Culture
COL219Modern Spain: Literature, Painting, and the Arts in Their Historical Context
COL220Modern Christian Thought
COL224The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Rethinking the Italian Renaissance
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL226Dialogue of Poets: Classical and 20th-Century Poetry in Spain and Latin America
COL228Virtue and Vice in History, Literature, and Philosophy
COL229Heroes, Lovers, and Swindlers: Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature and History
COL231Orientalism: Spain and Africa
COL233Tales of Transcendental Homelessness: Journey, Adventure, and the Foreigner Before the Novel
COL234The Cosmos of Dante's "Comedy"
COL236Don Quixote: How to Read the Ultimate Novel
COL237Introduction to the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL240Revolutionary France and the Birth of Modern Art, 1789-1900
COL241Sophomore Colloquium 1: Antiquity
COL243Junior Colloquium: The Early Modern Period
COL244Junior Colloquium 2: The Early Modern Period
COL245Senior Colloquium 1: The 19th Century
COL249Narrative and Ideology
COL250The Renaissance Woman
COL251Kafka: Literature, Law, and Power
COL255The Invention of Fiction: Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron
COL256The Emergence of World Literature(s)
COL257Remembering Selves: Forces and Forms of Autobiography
COL258The Word for World is Information: Ideologies of Language in Science Fiction & Film
COL259The Human Condition: Arendt, Nietzsche, Marx
COL261Castles of Cards: Italian Romance Epic Storytelling Lab
COL262Tolstoy
COL264Critical Theory: From Karl Marx to Angela Davis
COL266History and Limits of Aesthetic Theory
COL269Modern Aesthetic Theory
COL270Modernist City-Texts
COL271Performing Ethnicity: Gypsies and the Culture of Flamenco in Spain
COL278European Realist Novels
COL279Good, Evil, Human: German Fairy Tales and Their Cultural Impact
COL279FGood, Evil, Human: German Fairy Tales and Their Cultural Impact (FYS)
COL280Work: Its History and Future
COL281Histories of Race: Science and Slavery in an Age of Enlightenment
COL283The Rationalist Tradition in Early Modern European Philosophy
COL286French Cinema: An Introduction
COL291Forward, Without Forgetting: The GDR in Literature and Film
COL292Reason and Its Limits
COL297Reading Nietzsche
COL306Spectacles of Violence in Early Modern French Tragedy
COL307Negotiating French Identity: Migration and Identity in Contemporary France
COL308Medievals on the Move: Pilgrimage, Jihad, Crusade, and Apocalypse
COL309Truth & the Poet: Lyric Subjectivity and Phenomenology
COL311Translation Workshop in Early Modern Spain: Topographies of Love, Arcadia, and History
COL313Classic Spanish Plays: Love, Violence, and (Poetic) Justice on the Early Modern Stage
COL316Newest German Literature and Film
COL323Gender and History: Global Feminist Theories and Narratives of the Past (FGSS Gateway)
COL324Interpreting the "New World": France and the Early Modern Americas
COL327Cervantes
COL332European Intellectual History since the Renaissance
COL332LEuropean Intellectual History since the Renaissance- Service Learning
COL334The History of Spanish Cinema
COL335Sophist, Statesman, Philosopher: Plato's Later Metaphysics and Politics
COL338Utter Nonsense: Modernist Experiments with Meaning
COL339Reading Theories
COL341Plato's REPUBLIC
COL347Emperor, Caliph, King: Comparing the Byzantines, Abbasids, and Carolingians
COL351Catching Glimpses: Perceiving Infinitesimals in the Scientific Revolution
COL353Writing between Cultures: German Literature and Film by Authors of Foreign Descent
COL360Philosophical Classics II: Early Modern Philosophy from Descartes Through Kant
COL363(Un)Popular Performances/Performances (Im)Populaires
COL393Directed Research in European Studies

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