Term: Spring 2022

Subject: World Literature

WLIT 020 - D2: Literatures of Globalizatn

How writers imagine themselves and their relationship with others in a globalizing world.

WLIT 024 - Myths & Legends of Trojan War

Homeric epics, Virgil's Aeneid, selections from tragedy dealing with the Trojan War and Greco-Roman cultural identity. Examples from art and archaeology supplement the literary theme. Cross-listed with: CLAS 024.

WLIT 096 - Special Topics

Special topics in literary studies. Individual courses might include comparative study of particular literary genres, periods, authors or works from varied international literatures.

WLIT 110 - D2:Clsscl Chinese Lit in Trans

A survey course on classical Chinese literature. Knowledge of Chinese language is preferred but not required.

WLIT 116 - D1:Latino Writers US:Cont Pers

Study of texts written by Latinos since the 1960s. Topics: construction of "ethnic identities," representation of race/gender relations; writers and their communities. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

WLIT 129 - D2: Japanese Contemp Fiction

Japanese Contemporary Fiction covers contemporary (post 1980) and popular Japanese writing, mainly novels and short stories, in translation from a variety of genres and styles. Prerequisite: Minimum Sophomore standing.