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ALIT202Japanese Horror Fiction and Film
ALIT207Japanese Women Writers: Modern and Contemporary Periods
ALIT208City in Modern Chinese Literature and Film
ALIT211The Chinese Canon and Its Afterlife
ALIT226Memory and Identity in Contemporary Chinese Fiction and Film
ALIT227Man and Nature in Classical Chinese Literature
ALIT228China's "Others": Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Other Literatures and Films
ALIT230Japanese Detective Fiction and Narrative Theory
ALIT257Nation, Class, and the Body in 20th-Century Chinese Literature and Film
ARHA291Duty, Power, Pleasure, Release: Key Themes in Classical Indian Thought
CCIV112Three Great Myths: Prometheus, Persephone, and Dionysus
CCIV122Alexander the Great: History and Legend
CCIV150Ancient Rome: From Hut Village to Imperial Capital
CCIV153Single Combat in the Ancient World
CCIV170Rome and the Caesars
CCIV202Greek Drama: Passions and Politics on the Athenian and Modern Stage
CCIV245Archaeology of Greek Cult
CCIV271Roman Self-Fashioning: Poets and Philosophers, Lovers and Friends
CCIV275Romans and Christians: The World of Late Antiquity
CCIV277Training Citizens? Aesthetics and Ideology in Greek Drama
CCIV329Roman Villa Life
COL106The Italian Renaissance
COL107Laughter and Politics
COL109A History of Civil Disobedience
COL130Thinking Animals: An Introduction to Animal Studies
COL207Outsiders in European Literature
COL216Writing Long Fiction
COL223All the World's a Stage: Theater and Society in the Age of Shakespeare and Calderón
COL232Paris and Its Representations: Realities and Fantasies
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL249Narrative and Ideology
COL270The Modernist City-Novel from Dublin to Döblin
ENGL23119th-Century African American Women Writers
ENGL234Scripts and Shows: Modern Drama as Literature and Performance
ENGL242Literary Theory I: Plato to Pope
ENGL243Caribbean Writers in the U.S. Diaspora
ENGL266The Russian and English Novel
ENGL293Introduction to Medieval Literature
ENGL303Narrative Theory
ENGL322Poetics of the Short-Short
ENGL327The Prose Poem and the Politics of Genre
ENGL353Medieval Ethnicities and Ethnographies
ENGL373Beyond the Grail: Medieval Romances
GRST230The Simple Life
GRST240The Ends of Empire: Narratives of Culmination and Decline in Philosophy and Literature
GRST251Kafka: Literature, Law, and Power
GRST252From Caligari to Hitler: Weimar Cinema in Context
GRST273Sex and Text in Freud's Vienna
GRST278Fear and Pity: German Tragedies from the 18th to the 20th Century
GRST297Exile Modernism: Weimar Culture in Los Angeles, 1936-1950
RUSS206A Matter of Life and Death: Fiction in the Soviet Era
RUSS222Doubles in Literature
RUSS251Dostoevsky
RUSS252Tolstoy
RUSS255The Central and East European Novel
RUSS25721st-Century Russian Literature
RUSS258Russia's Storyteller Playwrights
RUSS263Nabokov and Cultural Synthesis
RUSS265Kino: Russia at the Movies
RUSS279Theater of Anton Chekhov: Research, Analysis, and Performance

Spring 2014 Courses Not Offered       Home       Archive       Search       WLIT
ALIT207Japanese Women Writers: Modern and Contemporary Periods
ALIT208City in Modern Chinese Literature and Film
ALIT210From Tea to Connecticut Rolls: Defining Japanese Culture Through Food
ALIT211The Chinese Canon and Its Afterlife
ALIT212Gender Issues in Chinese Literature and Culture
ALIT226Memory and Identity in Contemporary Chinese Fiction and Film
ALIT228China's "Others": Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Other Literatures and Films
ALIT230Japanese Detective Fiction and Narrative Theory
ALIT234Representations of Men, Women, and Gender in China
ALIT257Nation, Class, and the Body in 20th-Century Chinese Literature and Film
ARHA291Duty, Power, Pleasure, Release: Key Themes in Classical Indian Thought
CCIV112Three Great Myths: Prometheus, Persephone, and Dionysus
CCIV122Alexander the Great: History and Legend
CCIV150Ancient Rome: From Hut Village to Imperial Capital
CCIV153Single Combat in the Ancient World
CCIV205Introduction to Classical Mythology
CCIV231Greek History
CCIV245Archaeology of Greek Cult
CCIV271Roman Self-Fashioning: Poets and Philosophers, Lovers and Friends
CCIV275Romans and Christians: The World of Late Antiquity
CCIV328Roman Urban Life
CCIV329Roman Villa Life
CHUM325The Caribbean Epic
COL106The Italian Renaissance
COL107Laughter and Politics
COL109A History of Civil Disobedience
COL112The European Novel from Cervantes to Calvino
COL130Thinking Animals: An Introduction to Animal Studies
COL207Outsiders in European Literature
COL216Writing Long Fiction
COL223All the World's a Stage: Theater and Society in the Age of Shakespeare and Calderón
COL232Paris and Its Representations: Realities and Fantasies
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL239Paris, 19th Century
COL270The Modernist City-Novel from Dublin to Döblin
ENGL132Writing Medicine and the Doctor-Writer
ENGL234Scripts and Shows: Modern Drama as Literature and Performance
ENGL235Childhood in America
ENGL242Literary Theory I: Plato to Pope
ENGL251Epic Tradition
ENGL293Introduction to Medieval Literature
ENGL295Reading Theories
ENGL303Narrative Theory
ENGL322Poetics of the Short-Short
ENGL327The Prose Poem and the Politics of Genre
ENGL351Jews and Christians in Medieval England: Debate, Dialogue, and Destruction
ENGL353Medieval Ethnicities and Ethnographies
ENGL358Special Topics: The Representation of Work in Fiction
ENGL366Medieval Disability Studies
ENGL373Beyond the Grail: Medieval Romances
FIST245Italian Cinema, Italian Society
FIST276Days and Knights of the Round Table
FIST302The View from Abroad on the Early Modern Stage
GRST240The Ends of Empire: Narratives of Culmination and Decline in Philosophy and Literature
GRST251Kafka: Literature, Law, and Power
GRST252From Caligari to Hitler: Weimar Cinema in Context
GRST261Reading Nietzsche
GRST273Sex and Text in Freud's Vienna
RUSS205The 19th-Century Russian Novel
RUSS222Doubles in Literature
RUSS232The Real McCoy: Constructing Identity
RUSS240Reading Stories: Great Short Works from Tolstoy to Petrushevskaya
RUSS251Dostoevsky
RUSS255The Central and East European Novel
RUSS258Russia's Storyteller Playwrights
RUSS263Nabokov and Cultural Synthesis
RUSS265Kino: Russia at the Movies
RUSS277Gogol and His Legacy: Witches, Con Men, and Runaway Noses

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