WORLD LITERATURE 18TH CENTURY-PRESENT - ENL 163
Subject Area(s): English
An introduction to touchstone works of literature since the eighteenth century from diverse cultures in Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Europe. The worlds and world views that literary works convey and create are studied in their difference and diversity, in relation to one another, and in relation to the experiences of the reader. Individual courses will be organized around big questions such as "to whom are we responsible?" or "what is the role of the artists?" or around such themes as "empire, colonialism, and globalization," "gender and sexuality in local and global contexts," or "friendship". Three lecture hours per week. Not open to students who have received credit for ENG261. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: A W-I course.
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WORLD LITERATURE 18TH CENTURY-PRESENT Online Offerings
|Course Section||Time||Instructor||Format||Start Date||End Date|
|21||Rhodes,Karin T||100% Online||2020-07-06||2020-08-15|
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