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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 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 400 - Senior Seminar in Literature
LIT 405 - Senior Seminar in Literature and Law

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 for a course not listed above, 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