CORE Distributive Studies
Humanities and the Arts

Literature
(CORE Code: HL)

(D) listed after a course indicates that this course also double counts as Human Cultural Diversity.

Course Number
Course Title
Diversity
AASP 298L Introduction to African-American Literature (also as ENGL 234) D
AAST 233 Introduction to Asian American Literature (also as ENGL 233) D
CHIN 213 Chinese Poetry into English: An Introduction D
CLAS 100 Classical Foundations  
CLAS 170 Greek and Roman Mythology  
CLAS 270 Greek Literature in Translation  
CLAS 271 Roman Literature in Translation  
CMLT 235 Introduction to Literatures of the African Diaspora (also as ENGL 235) D
CMLT 270 Global Literature and Social Change D
CMLT 275 World Literature by Women (also as WMST 275) D
CMLT 277 Literatures of the Americas D
EDCI246 Good Stories: Teaching Narratives for Peace and Justice  
ENGL 201 Literature of the Western World I: Ancient and Medieval  
ENGL 201H Literature of the Western World I: Ancient and Medieval (also as HONR 258Q)  
ENGL 202 Literature of the Western World II: Renaissance to Modern  
ENGL 202H Literature of the Western World II: Renaissance to Modern  
ENGL 205 Introduction to Shakespeare  
ENGL 205H Introduction to Shakespeare (also as HONR 258K)  
ENGL 210 Love, Adventure, and Identity in Early English Literature  
ENGL 211 English Literature: Beginnings to 1800  
ENGL 212 English Literature: 1800 to the Present  
ENGL 221 American Literature: Beginning to 1865  
ENGL 222 American Literature: 1865 to the Present  
ENGL 233 Introduction to Asian American Literature (also as AAST 233) D
ENGL 234 Introduction to African-American Literature (also as AASP 298L) D
ENGL 235 Introduction to Literatures of the African Diaspora (also as CMLT 235) D
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama  
ENGL 241 Introduction to the Novel  
ENGL 243 Introduction to Poetry  
ENGL 244 Introduction to Drama  
ENGL246 Introduction to the Short Story  
ENGL 250 Introduction to Literature by Women (also as WMST 255) D
ENGL 255 Literature of Science and Technology (formerly ENGL 278T)  
ENGL 262 The Hebrew Bible: Narrative (also as JWST 262)  
ENGL 263 The Hebrew Bible: Poetry and Prophecy (also as JWST 263)  
ENGL 265 Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Literatures (also as LGBT 265) D
ENGL 277 Mythologies: An Introduction D
ENGL 278K The American Short Story  
ENGL 278W Literature in a Wired World  
ENGL 289I Acting Human: Shakespeare and the Drama of Identity (I-Series course)  
ENGL289P Why Poetry Matters (I-Series course)  
ENGL 289X Breaking News: Contemporary Literature, Media and the State (I-Series course)  
ENGL 289Y American Fictions: Cross-Examining U.S. Literature, History, and Politics (I-Series course)  
ENGL 289Z Culture on the Move: The Literature of Emigration (I-Series course)  
FREN 240 Masterworks of French Literature in Translation  
FREN 241 Women Writers of French Expression in Translation (also as WMST 241) D
FREN 242 Black Writers of French Expression in Translation D
FREN 250 Introduction to Cultural and Textual Analysis  
GERM 281 Women in German Literature and Society (also as WMST 281) D
GERM 282 Germanic Mythology  
GERM 283 Viking Culture and Civilization  
GERM 285 German Film and Literature  
GERM 287 Ancient Celtic Culture and Civilization  
HHUM105 Introduction to the Arts and Humanities  
HONR 208W More Things in Heaven & Earth: Ghosts & Magicians in Performance  
HONR 209Y Novels! Modern Fictions  
HONR 219P Outsiders in Modern American Drama D
HONR 229O Ancient Rome in Historical Fiction: Narratives, Sources and Screen Adaptations  
HONR 238B Images of Masculinity in Twentieth Century American Literature and Film  
HONR 238T The Body and Literature (formerly 259S)  
HONR 239B New York City and the American Dream  
HONR 249A I, Too, Stage America: Multicultural Drama and the American Dream D
HONR 258K Shakespeare in History & Performance: Words & Swords (also as ENGL 205H)  
HONR 258T Tools of Fiction: Literature and/as Creative Writing  
HONR 259Q The Mosaic of Identity in Contemporary American Literature D
HONR 268T The Great Gatsby and American Culture  
HONR 278Y Poems That Matter: How Reading and Writing Them Can Transform Lives  
HONR 288D Mind Your Manners: Civility and Social Reform in American Literature and Culture  
HONR 289Y Novels and Who We Are  
HONR 298E Literary Prizes and Their Controversies  
HONR298L Critical Approaches to Traditional and Non-Traditional Literary Forms Across Different Cultures  
ITAL 241 Modern Italian Women Writers - in Translation  
ITAL 251 Aspects of Contemporary Italian Literature and Culture  
JAPN 217 Japanese Literature in the Age of the Samurai D
JAPN 298A Modern Japanese Literature and Film in Translation  
JWST 262 The Hebrew Bible: Narrative (also as ENGL 262)  
JWST 263 The Hebrew Bible: Poetry and Prophecy (also as ENGL 263)  
JWST 270 Fantasy and the Supernatural in Jewish Literature D
JWST 272 Jewish Literature in Translation  
LGBT 265 Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Literature (also as ENGL 265) D
PORT 228A Latin American Literatures and Societies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Amazon Ecosystem (also as SPAN 228A) D
PORT 231 Introduction to the Literatures of the Portuguese Language D
RUSS 221 Masterworks of Russian Literature I  
RUSS 222 Masterworks of Russian Literature II  
SPAN 221 Introduction to Literature  
SPAN 222 Cultural Difference in Contemporary Latin America D
SPAN 224 Violence and Resistance in the Americas D
SPAN 228A Latin American Literatures and Societies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Amazon Ecosystem (also as PORT 228A) D
WMST 241 Women Writers of French Expression in Translation (also as FREN 241) D
WMST 255 Introduction to Literature by Women (also as ENGL 250) D
WMST 275 World Literature by Women (also as CMLT 275) D
WMST 281 Women in German Literature and Society (also as GERM 281) D

Current as of: July 2012

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