Comparative literature program degrees - results 1-10 of 147

  1. Comparative Literature Program

    Georgetown University - Washington, DC

    • Bachelor's

    is becoming increasingly inadequate. The Comparative Literature major, part of the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics at Georgetown University, offers undergraduates the unique opportunity to acquire expertise in two or more

  2. Comparative Literature

    Middlebury College - Middlebury, VT

    • BA

    The mission of the Comparative Literature Program is to establish a strong common framework for all students of literature at Middlebury College by facilitating cooperation and communication among scholars and teachers of literature in all departments and programs involved. Comparative literature differs from

  3. Comparative Literature

    Middlebury College - Middlebury, VT

    • Bachelor's

    The mission of the Comparative Literature Program is to establish a strong common framework for all students of literature at Middlebury College by facilitating cooperation and communication among scholars and teachers of literature in all departments and programs involved. Comparative literature differs from

  4. Film Studies Program

    Culver-Stockton College - Canton, MO

    • BS

    Minor and Courses The Faculty Program Coordinator: William Boddy (Communication Studies) Teaching Faculty: Isolina Ballesteros (Modern Languages and Comparative Literature) Alison Griffiths (Communication Studies) Gary Hentzi (English) Mary McGlynn (English) Ali Nematollahy (Modern Languages and Comparative Literature) Carl Rollyson (Journalism and the Writing Professions

  5. Comparative Literature

    Fordham University - Bronx, NY

    • AS

    Literary Studies) is an interdepartmental program that crosses national borders, transcends disciplines, and bridges linguistic divides. Offering both a major and a minor in Comparative Literature, the program encourages students to pursue a wide variety of interests while gaining rigorous training in reading, writing, speaking, and thinking critically in multiple languages and

  6. Comparative Literature

    CUNY Graduate School and University Center - New York, NY

    • MA

    The M.A. and Ph. D. Program in Comparative Literature offers courses in Comparative Literature as well as coordinated courses in English-American literature, French literature, German literature, Hispanic and Luzo-Brazilian literature, Italian literature, Slavic literature, and Ancient Greek and Latin literature. The Program recognizes that students come from a variety

  7. Comparative Literature

    CUNY Graduate School and University Center - New York, NY

    • PhD

    The M.A. and Ph. D. Program in Comparative Literature offers courses in Comparative Literature as well as coordinated courses in English-American literature, French literature, German literature, Hispanic and Luzo-Brazilian literature, Italian literature, Slavic literature, and Ancient Greek and Latin literature. The Program recognizes that students come from a variety

  8. Comparative Literature

    CUNY Graduate School and University Center - New York, NY

    • Degree

    The M.A. and Ph. D. Program in Comparative Literature offers courses in Comparative Literature as well as coordinated courses in English-American literature, French literature, German literature, Hispanic and Luzo-Brazilian literature, Italian literature, Slavic literature, and Ancient Greek and Latin literature. The Program recognizes that students come from a variety

  9. Latin American Studies

    Oberlin College - Oberlin, OH

    • Bachelor's

    their peoples, cultures, society, languages, literature, traditions, history, economy, and relations with other areas. Together with Hispanic studies, comparative American studies, and comparative literature, it is one of four academic programs available at Oberlin for students interested in studying the wider Spanish-speaking world

  10. Asian Studies

    Bard College - Annandale-On-Hudson, NY

    • BA

    Asian Studies is a program that draws from courses in literature, history, politics, music, art history, anthropology, religion and economics. With program faculty, students select a regional and disciplinary focus to create a coherent program of study. Although the program focuses on China, Japan, South and

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