Graduate Program

Graduate Courses - Contents

Graduate Program of Literatures in English offers intensive courses in all periods of English and American literature, in literary theory, drama and performance studies, film, media, and cultural studies, feminism and gender studies, and African-American, world Anglophone, post-colonial and Asian-American literatures.

Spring 2021

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Spring 2021 - Graduate Course Schedule
Updated: 27 October 2020
Dissertation Writing Workshop
Updated: 20 October 2020
350:540 - Shakespeare in the Moment
Updated: 27 October 2020
350:562 - The Everyday
Updated: 27 October 2020
350:569 - Aesthetics and Social Critique
Updated: 27 October 2020
350:589 - Race and Terror
Updated: 27 October 2020
350:603 - Form, Adaptation, Homage
Updated: 27 October 2020
350:654 - American Literature and Working Life
Updated: 27 October 2020
350:655 - Early African American Literature: Forms, Genres, Politics
Updated: 27 October 2020

Spring 2020

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Spring 2020 - Graduate Course Schedule
Updated: 26 September 2019
Dissertation Writing Seminar
Updated: 26 September 2019
350:503 - Romance
Updated: 26 September 2019
350:511 - Comparative Racialization
Updated: 26 September 2019
350:542 - Revolution and Culture: 1625-1688
Updated: 26 September 2019
350:596 - Literary Modernism & Literary Modernity
Updated: 26 September 2019
350:608 - What is World Literature?
Updated: 26 September 2019
350:641 - Domestic Fiction, Political Fiction: 1840-1880
Updated: 26 September 2019
350:642 - Relational Aesthetics & American Literature
Updated: 26 September 2019
350:633 - Politics of Romanticism
Updated: 26 September 2019