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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
SLAVIC LANGUAGES & LITERATURES
GLOBAL LITERARY STUDIES

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GLITS 253 Literature and Identities (5, max. 15) VLPA/I&S
Analysis of literary strategies in texts that grapple with social, cultural, and personal identities. Engagement with the ways texts deploy narrative, imagery, metaphor, and other elements to achieve their rhetorical purposes. Topics vary.
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GLITS 311 Literature Across Times (5, max. 15) VLPA
Studies in literary and cultural history, spanning multiple periods. Topics vary.
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GLITS 312 Literature Across Languages (5, max. 15) VLPA
Translation studies and the literature of languages in contact, including the varieties and interrelationships of Global English. Topics vary.
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GLITS 313 Literature Across Places (5, max. 15) VLPA
Strategies of reading and imagined dialogues between texts from disparate places. Topics vary.
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GLITS 314 Literature Across Genres/Modes (5, max. 15) VLPA
Literary work developed across various forms of imaginative expression, such as the adaptation of prose fiction to theater, or treatment of a common theme in multiple genres (such as poetry, legend, opera, comics, fictional and non-fictional narrative, essays). Topics vary. Recommended: either C LIT 250, C LIT 251, or C LIT 252.
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GLITS 315 Literature Across Disciplines (5, max. 15) VLPA
Explores literature in conjunction with other fields of study, such as environmental humanities, medical humanities, or studies of literature and law, literature and art. Topics vary.
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GLITS 450 Global Literary Studies Seminar (5) VLPA
Oral and written academic presentation and communication. Open to students concentrating or considering concentration in literary studies.
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