Manga Genji

First-Year Seminar Program 141

Usual Description

This course explores cultural applications of the great literary classic, The Tale of Genji. Throughout Japanese history, the tale has been embraced by new audiences, reinterpreting it through a contemporary lens. Graphic novel versions are our era’s contribution to this cultural history. Earlier literary and dramatic variations of the tale as well as print and illustrated scroll versions will also be introduced. By exploring these variations, we will come to appreciate this classic’s malleability and inspirational durability.

Areas of Interest
Japan
Japan
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
First-Year Seminar Program 141 Taught by Suzanne Gay
First-Year Seminar Program 141 Taught by Suzanne Gay
First-Year Seminar Program 141 Taught by Suzanne Gay
First-Year Seminar Program 141 Taught by Suzanne Gay
First-Year Seminar Program 141 Taught by Suzanne Gay