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Mailing Address
Comparative Literature Program
Dartmouth College
6051 Reed Hall, Room 201
Hanover, NH 03755
E-mail: Comparative.Literature@Dartmouth.edu


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

ALL TERMS (ARRANGE) Undergraduate: COLT 79

Courses by Term:

Summer 2014

COLT10.02: Robbers, Pirates, Terrorists: Forms of Individual Resistance in Literature & Film (LIT/W)

Milich (2A)

COLT38.03: On Labyrinths, Philosophy, and Monsters: The Stories of Jorge Luis Borges (LIT/W)

Spitta (10A)

COLT62.01/FS42.05/GER43.03: Continental Strangers (ART/CI) 

Gemunden (3A)

Fall 2014

COLT01: Read the World (LIT/INT/CI)

Biron (11) 

COLT31.01/ENG54.11: Poetry & Poetic Theory (LIT)

Crewe (11)

COLT34.01: Theater of Ideas in Britain and France (LIT; WCult: W)

Kritzman (2A)

COLT34.02/THEA10.01: Human Rights & Performance (INT/ART)

Edmondson (11)

COLT40.01/ENG54.15: History of the Book (LIT/W)

Halasz (2)

COLT67.03/WGST49.04: The Karma of Love: Japanese Women Authors and the Literary Canon (LIT/NW)

Washburn (2)

COLT72.01: 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

COLT07.12: (FYS) "What have I done to deserve this?": On Marginal & Disreputable Women in 19th Century Literature

Munoz (2A)

COLT10.11: Male Friendship from Aristotle to Almodovar (LIT/W)

Kritzman (2A) 

COLT19.01/CLST40: Translation: Theory & Practice (INT/LIT/W)

Otter (11)

COLT40.03/JAPN61.03 Culture of Anime and Manga (LIT/NW) Nozawa (2A)

COLT51.01/ENG53.16/AAAS51: Masterpieces of Literature from Africa (INT/LIT/NW)

Coly (10A) 

COLT56.01: The "New Man" on the Moon: Science Fiction Under Socialism (LIT/INT)

Komska (10)

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

Salgueiro (3B)

COLT73.04: Violence (LIT/W)

Coly (2A)

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

COLT07: (FYS) "You Must Be Dreaming": Dreams in Literature and Film 

Carranza (2)

COLT10.12: Race in the Middle Ages (LIT/CI)

Warren (12)

COLT40.04: Infernal Affairs: Police on Film (LIT/W)

Lawrence (3A)

COLT46.03: Writing Kinship (LIT/CI)

Rutler (2)

COLT57.07/INT17.07: Memories from the Dark Side: Political And Historical Repression in Europe (LIT/CI)

Aguado (12)

COLT87: Thesis

Washburn (Arr)

Graduate Courses

COLT103: Workshop in Critical Writing 

Biron (3A)

 Summer 2015

COLT42.03: Robbers, Pirates, Terrorists: Forms of Individual Resistance in Literature & Film (LIT/W)

Milich (2A)

Fall 2015

COLT01: Read the World (LIT/INT/CI)

Biron (11)

COLT35.02 Plum Blossoms and Madeleines: The Elusive Presence of Desire in Genji Monogatori and A la Recherche du Temps Perdu

Washburn (10A)

COLT42.01: Prada, Chanel, Ferrari: History & Literature

Parati (2)

COLT57.08/INTS17.08: The Humanities and Human Rights (LIT/CI)

Martin (W3-6)

COLT66.01: What is Psychoanalysis? (LIT/INT/W)

Kritzman (2A)

COLT72.03: Contemporary Literary Criticism & Theory (LIT/W)

Warren (12)

Graduate Courses

COLT100: Topics in Literary & Cultural Theory

Gomez (Arr)

COLT102: Tutorial

LaGuardia (Arr)

Winter 2016

COLT07: (FYS) Literature of the Colonial Encounter? (INT/LIT/CI)

COLY (10A)

COLT10.13: Debate & Dialog in Emerging Europe

Tarnowski (11)

COLT19.01: Translation: Theory & Practice (INT/LIT/W)

Warren (12)

COLT65.02: Narrative & Medicine (LIT/TMV)

Kacandes (3A)

COLT67.01/ENG54.14/AAAS67/WGST52.01: Post-colonial Masculinities (LIT)

Coly (2A)

COLT67.06/CLST10.04/WGST21.02: Fictions of Sappho (LIT/CI) - Williamson - TBD

COLT70.03/JWST26: European Jewish Intellectuals (LIT/W)

Kritzman (2A)

COLT85: Senior Seminar

Washburn (Arr)

Graduate Courses

COLT101: How to Do Things with Theory

TBD (2A)

COLT105: Graduate Seminar

LaGuardia (Arr)

Spring 2016

COLT07: (FYS) Haunting Memories: The Holocaust and Its Representations (INT/TMV/W)

Aguado (12)

COLT07: (FYS)  Adaptation to Film

Phillips (3A)

COLT10.14: The Literary Fairy Tale (LIT/W) Canepa (2)

COLT 42.02: Trash Culture (LIT/W)

LaGuardia (2)

COLT 57/INTS 17.01/FS47: Migration Stories (LIT/CI) Spitta/Gemunden (2A)

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

Kopper (2A)

COLT 64.02/JWST 27.04/JAPN 81: Writing at the Extreme: Jewish and Japanese Responses to Crisis and Catastrophe (LIT/CI)

Washburn/Lelchuk TBD

COLT87: Thesis

Washburn (Arr)

Graduate Courses

COLT103: Workshop in Critical Writing

Gemunden (3A)

Graduate Student Course Change Form

Graduate Student Course Change Form  (pdf)

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: 11/18/14