Introduction to Comparative Literature

Comparative Literature 200

Usual Description

Comparative Literature is the study of literature, theory, and criticism across the boundaries of language, nation, culture, artistic medium and historical period. This course examines the nature and scope of the discipline, focusing both on its theoretical assumptions and its practical applications. Texts and topics reflect curricular strengths of the college and include literary theory, literature & the other arts, East-West studies, European languages and literatures, and translation. Diversity.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Jacinthe Assaad
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Jacinthe Assaad
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Patrick O'Connor
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by John (Jed) Deppman or Stiliana Milkova
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by John (Jed) Deppman or Stiliana Milkova
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Stiliana Milkova
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Polina Dimova
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Tim Scholl
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by John (Jed) Deppman
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Tim Scholl
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by John (Jed) Deppman
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by John (Jed) Deppman
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by John (Jed) Deppman
Comparative Literature 200
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Patrick O'Connor
Comparative Literature 200
Comparative Literature 200 Taught by Patrick O'Connor