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Literature Courses


 

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Literature Courses

LIT 230 - Expressions of the Living Past: Reading Ancient Worlds*
LIT 231 - Medieval and Early Modern Literature
LIT 232 - Breaking with Tradition: Reading the Modern World*
LIT 233 - American Stories*
LIT 236 - Literary Perspectives on Culture and Globalization
LIT 237 - Literature as Witness
LIT 260 - Introduction to Literary Study
LIT 265 - Foundations of U.S. Latino/a Literature
LIT 300 - Text and Context
LIT 305 - Foundations of Literature and Law
LIT 315 - American Literature and the Law
LIT 326 - Crime, Punishment, and Justice in U.S. Literature
LIT 327 - Crime, Punishment, and Justice in World Literatures*
LIT 353 - Comic Books and Graphic Novels: Investigating a Literary Medium
LIT 357 - Violence of Language: U.S. Latino/a Street Literature
LIT 366 - Writing Nature: Literature and Ecology
LIT 370 - Topics in Ancient Literature
LIT 371 - Topics in Medieval Literature
LIT 372 - Topics in Early Modern Literature
LIT 373 - Topics in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Literature
LIT 374 - Topics in Nineteenth-Century Literature
LIT 375 - Topics in Twentieth-Century Literature
LIT 383 - Gender and Sexuality in U.S. Latino/a Literature
LIT 400 - Senior Seminar in Literature
LIT 405 - Senior Seminar in Literature and Law
LIT 409 - Seminar in U.S. Latino/a Literature

LLS 363 - Il-legal Subjects: U.S. Latina/o Literature and the Law
LLS 364 - Ethical Strains in U.S. Latina/o Literature

* denotes new curriculum as of fall 2013

If you wish to view syllabi, please contact Alicia Kelly.

Valerie Allen, Chairperson
524 West 59th Street, Room 7.63.04, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212.237.8909, Email: vallen@jjay.cuny.edu