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Comparative Literature

Global Cultural Studies Track

5 courses / 15 credits
Chosen from the following (including two of the following: CMLIT 100, 101W and 102W):

  • CMLIT 100: Writing about Global Literatures (CW2 in Pathways)
  • CMLIT 101W: Ancient Global Literatures
  • CMLIT 102W: Modern Global Literatures
  • CMLIT 200: Introduction to Comparative Literature
  • CMLIT 202: Slavery and Freedom in the Making of the New World
  • CMLIT 208: Prison Experiences in Modern Literature
  • CMLIT 209: Literature and Society in North Africa and the Middle East
  • CMLIT 212: The Atlantic World
  • CMLIT 215W: Topics in Modern Literature
  • CMLIT 220: East Asian Literature I
  • CMLIT 221: East Asian Literature II
  • CMLIT 225: Literature and Anthropology
  • CMLIT 228: Themes in Literature
  • CMLIT 229W: Women in Modern World Literature
  • CMLIT 230: African Literature
  • CMLIT 231: African Literature in a World Context
  • CMLIT 240: Representation, Photography, Literature
  • CMLIT 241: Literature and the Movies
  • CMLIT 242: Francophone Literature in a World Context
  • CMLIT 243: Postcolonial Literature
  • CMLIT 244: Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East
  • CMLIT 331: Literary Criticism
  • CMLIT 335: Problems in Drama
  • CMLIT 336: Forms of Fiction
  • CMLIT 340: Literature and History
  • CMLIT 341: Life Writing
  • CMLIT 342: Translation Theory and Practice

1 course / 3 credits
Chosen from 381W-383W: The Advanced Seminar

2 courses / 6 credits
From any of the other literature departments (including English, CMAL, ELL, and HLL)

4 courses / 12 credits
In the area of the student's concentration from among the following:

  • Comparative Literature 201: Literature and Human Rights
  • Comparative Literature 371: Capstone Seminar in Human Rights
  • Comparative Literature 390.3: Three-credit internship for an organization dedicated to human rights such as the United Nations, Amnesty International, NGO on the Status of Women in New York (devoted to helping immigrant women), International League for Human Rights, Human Rights Project at the Urban Justice Center, Human Rights Watch, Make the Road New York, New York Civil Liberties Union, Independent Commission on Public Education.
  • History 329: The Civil Rights Movement
  • History 332: Colonialism and Culture
  • History 339. Palestinian-Israeli Relations, 1967 to the Present
  • History 345: Race, Gender, and Poverty in Twentieth-Century America
  • Philosophy 123. Freedom and Responsibility
  • Philosophy 222. Political Philosophy
  • Philosophy 223. Philosophy of Law
  • Philosophy 260. VT: Readings in Contemporary Ethical Theory
  • Political Science 232. Comparative Political Economy
  • Political Science 251: International Organization
  • Political Science 286. : Theories of Law and Human Rights
  • Urban Studies 206. Global Cities
  • Urban Studies 326. Cities and Diasporas
 
 

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