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Mailing Address
Comparative Literature Program
Dartmouth College
6051 Reed Hall, Room 201
Hanover, NH 03755


Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: (603) 646-2912
Fax: (603) 646-9288

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Course Offerings

Courses by Term:

Summer 2014

COLT10: Robbers, Pirates, Terrorists: Forms of Individual Resistance in Literature & Film (LIT/W)

Milich (2A)

COLT38: On Labyrinths, Philosophy, and Monsters: The Stories of Jorge Luis Borges (LIT/W)

Spitta (10A)

COLT62/FS42/GER43: Continental Strangers (ART/CI) 

Gemunden (3A)

Fall 2014

COLT1: Read the World (LIT/INT/CI)

Biron (11) 

COLT31/ENG54.11: Poetry & Poetic Theory (LIT)

Crewe (11)

COLT34: Theater of Ideas in Britain and France

Kritzman (2A)

COLT34/THEA10: Human Rights & Performance (INT/ART)

Edmondson (11)

COLT40/ENG54.15: History of the Book (LIT/W)

Halasz (2)

COLT67/WGST49.4: The Karma of Love: Japanese Women Authors and the Literary Canon (LIT/NW)

Washburn (2)

COLT72: Global Literary Theory (LIT/W)

Warren (12)

Graduate Courses

COLT100: Contemporary Literary Criticism and Theory: Global Critical Theory

LaGuardia (2A)

COLT102: Tutorial

Williamson (Arr)

Winter 2015

COLT7: (FYS) "What have I done to deserve this?": On Marginal & Disreputable Women in 19th Century Literature

Munoz (3A)

COLT10: Male Friendship from Aristotle to Almodovar (LIT/W)

Kritzman (2A) 

COLT19/CLST40: Translation: Theory & Practice (INT/LIT/W)

Otter (11)

COLT51/ENG53.16/AAAS51: Masterpieces of Literature from Africa (INT/LIT/NW)

Coly (10A) 

COLT56: The "New Man" on the Moon: Science Fiction Under Socialism (LIT/INT)

Komska (10)

COLT67/FILM42/AAAS86.02/LACS30.08: Race, Class, Gender & Sexuality in Contemporary Brazilian Film (INT/CI)

Salgueiro (3B)

COLT73: Violence

Coly (2A)

COLT79: Independent Study

Washburn (Arr)

COLT85: Senior Seminar

Washburn (Arr)

Graduate Courses

COLT101: Topics in Literary and Cultural Theory: How to Do Things with Theory

Kacandes (2A)

COLT105: Graduate Seminar

Williamson (Arr)

Spring 2015

COLT7: (FYS) (11)

COLT7: (FYS) "You Must Be Dreaming": Dreams in Literature and Film 

Carranza (2)

COLT10: Race in the Middle Ages (LIT/CI)

Warren (12)

COLT40: Infernal Affairs: Police on Film (LIT/W)

Lawrence (3A)

COLT46: Writing Kinship (LIT/CI)

Rutler (2)

COLT57/INT17: Memories from the Dark Side: Political And Historical Repression in Europe (LIT/CI)

Aguado (12)

COLT79: Independent Study

Washburn (Arr)

COLT87: Thesis

Washburn (Arr)

Graduate Courses

COLT103: Workshop in Critical Writing 

Fuechtner (3A)

 Summer 2015

COLT10: Robbers, Pirates, Terrorists: Forms of Individual Resistance in Literature & Film (LIT/W)

Milich (2A)

Fall 2015

COLT1: Read the World (LIT/INT/CI)

Biron (11)

COLT42: Prada, Chanel, Ferrari: History & Literature

Parati (2)

COLT57/INT17: The Humanities and Human Rights

Martin (W3-6)

COLT66: What is Psychoanalysis? (LIT/INT/W)

Kritzman (2A)

COLT72: Contemporary Literary Criticism & Theory (LIT/W)

Washburn (12)

Graduate Courses

COLT100: Topics in Literary & Cultural Theory

Warren (Arr)

COLT102: Tutorial

Otter (Arr)

Winter 2016

COLT7: (FYS) Literature of the Colonial Encounter? (INT/LIT/CI)

COLY (10A)

COLT10: Debate & Dialog in Emerging Europe

Tarnowski (11)

COLT19: Translation: Theory & Practice (INT/LIT/W)

Warren (12)

COLT35: Plum Blossoms and Madeleines: The Elusive Presence of Desire in Genji monogatori and A la recherche du temps perdu

Washburn (10A)

COLT65: Narrative & Medicine

Kacandes (3A)

COLT67/ENG63/AAAS67/WGST52: Post-colonial Masculinities (LIT)

Coly (2A)

COLT70/JWST26: European Jewish Intellectuals (LIT/W)

Kritzman (2A)

COLT79: Independent Study

Washburn (Arr)

COLT85: Senior Seminar

Washburn (Arr)

Graduate Courses

COLT101: Burning Red: Marx and Marxists in Literature and Philosophy

Gomez (2A)

COLT105: Graduate Seminar

Otter (Arr)

Spring 2016

COLT7: (FYS) Haunting Memories: The Holocaust and Its Representations (INT/TMV/W)

Aguado (12)

COLT7: (FYS)

COLT10: The Literary Fairy Tale (LIT/W)

Canepa (2)

COLT42: Trash Culture (LIT/W)

LaGuardia (2)

COLT60/MUS13: Literature and Music (INT/LIT/W)

Kopper (2A)

COLT79: Independent Study

Washburn (Arr)

COLT87: Thesis

Washburn (Arr)

Graduate Courses

COLT103: Workshop in Critical Writing

Gemunden (3A)

Here are the courses offered in Comparative Literature by term. Please check here often for up-to-date information on course meeting times and course availability. Course descriptions can be found on the Registrar's site. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 9/10/14