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This course will introduce the field of literary theory by identifying and engaging the key problems and questions that... see more

This course examines the writings of a diverse group of medieval women and analyzes the perceptions of reality that they... see more

This course comprises a broad survey of texts, literary and philosophical, which trace the development of the modern... see more

How do literature, philosophy, film and other arts respond to the profound changes in world view and lifestyle that mark... see more

This course seeks to develop a nuanced understanding of the scope of cultural and literary expression in the late 19th... see more

The period between the Renaissance and the Modern Era is referred to as the "long" 18th and 19th centuries, meaning that... see more

At the outset of the 16th century, Europeans tended to dismiss English literature as inferior to continental literary... see more

In this course, the student will consider Dante's literature for its stylistic and thematic contributions to the body of... see more

In this course, the student will examine the revolutionary energy, fascination with nature, desire to create art for the... see more

An online course devoted to the study of Faust: concentrating on works by Christopher Marlowe, Johann Wolfgang von... see more

This course introduces the history and practice of English as a scholarly discipline. After outlining basic approaches to... see more

This course examines James Joyce's aesthetic and artistic sensibilities through close readings of his major works,... see more

This course approaches literature as a product of specific historical and cultural circumstances, including topics such... see more

This looks at the range of drama written and performed in England and Continental Europe between roughly 1660 and 1800.... see more

This course seeks to familiarize the student with Elizabethan theatre, language, and culture through close readings of... see more

The "American Renaissance," a period of tremendous literary activity that took place in America between the 1830s and... see more

What makes a novel "Gothic"? This course explores various definitions of the genre through close reading of... see more

This course explores the ways in which the Victorian novel represented social, political, scientific, philosophical, and... see more

This is a series of podcasts that are offered by Stanford University. "The central text in the canon of Latin literature... see more

International Women’s Voices has several objectives. It introduces students to a variety of works by contemporary women... see more

In the decades following the Second World War, a cluster of extraordinary French thinkers were widely translated and read... see more

This course aims to introduce students to the rich diversity of human culture from antiquity to the early 17th century.... see more

The "small wonders" to which our course will attend are moments of present time, depicted in the verbal and visual media... see more

In this course, we will investigate popular culture and narrative by focusing on the relationship between literary texts... see more