2013-2014

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Comparative Literature and the History of Ideas

CLHI 250 (IT) Introduction to Comparative Literature and the History of Ideas (1)

This course will introduce students to the nature of inquiry in comparative literature and intellectual history, emphasizing modes of textual criticism, reading texts in historical and cultural contexts, and reading texts across national, cultural and linguistic boundaries. Students will be encouraged to read works in the original language whenever possible.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Interpreting Texts
  • Offering: Alternate years in spring
  • Instructor: Staff

CLHI 491 Independent Study in Comparative Literature and the History of Ideas (1)

Directed reading and/or research in Comparative Literature and the History of Ideas. Open only to juniors or seniors, and designated specifically as an alternative means for completion of the senior experience in Comparative Literature and History of Ideas when Humanities Senior Seminars useful to a student are unavailable.

  • Offering: Annually
  • Instructor: Staff

CLHI 497W Humanities Senior Seminar (1)

[Crosslisted with HUM 497W]

A comparative study of the thought and artistry of major writers, artists, and monuments within the context of a movement or historical period. Taught by faculty in humanities and literature subject fields and designed to provide seniors majoring in these subjects with an opportunity to synthesize their liberal arts experience. A visiting scholar enhances each seminar. Variable content.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Writing-centered
  • Offering: Every semester
  • Instructor: Staff

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