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Children's Literature

Selected works written for children from antiquity through the twentieth century. Special emphasis on historical, cultural, religious, social, and linguistic contexts.

Children's Literature

Selected works written for children from antiquity to the nineteenth century. Special emphasis on historical, cultural, religious, social, and linguistic contexts.

Directed Study in Swahili Language and Literature

Independent study and research in Swahili language and literature under the direction of individual faculty members. Focus on reading and analysis of Swahili literary writings (including works in translation).

Directed Study in Chinese Language and/or Literature

Independent study and research under the direction of individual faculty members.

Directed Study in Comparative Literature

Independent study and research under the direction of individual faculty members.

Directed Study in Japanese Language and Literature

Independent study and research under the direction of individual faculty members.

Directed Study in Korean Language, Literature, and Culture

The student undertakes an in-depth study of Korean language, literature, and culture in consultation with a faculty member.

Directed Study in Swahili Language and Literature

Independent study and research in Swahili language and literature under the direction of individual faculty members. Focus on reading and analysis of Swahili literary writings (including works in translation).

Directed Study in Yoruban Language and Literature

Independent study and research in Yoruban language and literature under the direction of individual faculty. Focus is on reading and analysis of Yoruban literary texts (including works in translation from Yoruba-speaking communities in Africa and the Diaspora).

Yoruba Culture and Civilization

Introduction to the language, life, and culture of Yoruba- speaking people in West Africa and other parts of the World.

Business Korean

Students will be able to speak, comprehend, read, and write business Korean and will also be able to understand Korean business culture through classroom activities, field trips, and homework assignments based on authentic material.

Yoruba Culture and Civilization

Introduction to the language, life, and culture of Yoruba- speaking people in West Africa and other parts of the World.

Business Korean II

A continuation of Business Korean.

Approaches in Comparative Literature

The methods and literary theories encompassed by the discipline of Comparative Literature.

Special Problems Seminar in Humanities

Selected problems in the Humanities which have special or current relevance to members of the University community. Topics will vary to meet interest and demand.

Special Problems Seminar in Humanities

Selected problems in the Humanities which have special or current relevance to members of the University community. Topics will vary to meet interest and demand.

Senior Seminar in Comparative Literature

The capstone course for the undergraduate major in comparative literature, focusing on a particular theme, methodology, theory or problem.

Special Problems Seminar in Humanities

Selected problems in the Humanities which have special or current relevance to members of the University community. Topics will vary to meet interest and demand.

Special Problems Seminar in Humanities

Selected problems in the Humanities which have special or current relevance to members of the University community. Topics will vary to meet interest and demand.

Literature and Ideas of Nature

Literary and philosophical texts of various historical periods that trace changes in how human beings understand their non-human environment.

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