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Lincoln Center Course Offerings 
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OLI/AFAM 3667- Caribbean Literature     (4 Credits)
F. Mustafa    T  2:30-5:15

Comparative analysis of works from the English-, French- and Spanish-speaking Caribbean written in and about exile, migration and diaspora. The experience of exile, migration and diaspora in the formation of national and anti-national discourses. Emphasis on colonial and post-colonial cultural theory.

COLI 3000 - Theories of Comparative Literature     (4 Credits)
A. Hoffman    MR  4:00-5:15

This course offers a review of theories and methods of comparative literary studies using literary theory and criticism as primary readings in conjunction with primary works of literature, drawing from a range of literary traditions. The course may also substitute for ENGL 3045 Theory for English Majors whose goal is to reflect on reading strategies, textual practices, and language itself. Students will enganage with a rang of critical, theoretical and social issues shaping the field of literary studies today.

lincoln center cross-listed courses
AFAM 3637 L01 (4 credits),    Aimee M. Cox
Black Feminism: Theory & Expression,    M 6:00-8:45 pm
 
COMM 2471 L01 (4 credits),   Jennifer S. Clark
Introduction to Film,   TF 1:00-2:15
 
COMM 3412 L01 (4 credits),   Joseph A. Perricone
Italian Film,    MR 4:00-5:15 pm

COMM 3414 L01 (4 credits),   Nelson Kim
Asian Film,   T 2:30-5:15

COMM 4001 L01 (4 credits),   Albert Auster
Films of Moral Struggle (Senior Values),   T 2:30-5:15
 
COMM 4001 L02 (4 credits),   Michael Tueth
Films of Moral Struggle (Senior Values),   TF 11:30-12:45
 
ENGL 3045 C01 (4 credits),   Ashly E. Bennett
Theory for English Majors,   T 6:00-8:45 pm

ENGL 3232 L01 (4 credits),   Mary Bly
Shakespeare: Text & Performance,   TF 10:00-11:15
 
ENGL 3305 C01 (4 credits),   Frank T. Boyle
Jonathan Swift,   W 6:00-8:45 pm
 
ENGL 3329 L01 (4 credits),   Stuart Sherman
Plays & Players: 1700-1800,   W 8:30-11:00
 
ENGL 3420 L01 (4 credits),   Heather Dubrow
Poems of Shakespeare & Others,   MR 2:30-3:45

ENGL 3421 L01 (4 credits),   Dennis Tyler
Spectacular Black Anatomies,   MW 1:00-2:15

ENGL 3434 L01 (4 credits),   Vlasta Vranjes
19th-Century British Women’s Tales (ALC),   MR 4:00-5:15

ENGL 3441 L01 (4 credits),   Lawrence Kramer
American Modernism,   MW 1:00-2:15


ENGL 4137 L01 (4 credits),   Anne G. Hoffman
Hysteria/Sexuality/Unconscious,   MR 2:30-3:45

MLAL 3405 L01 (4 Credits),   Yevegeny Pomeranstev
Masterpieces of Russian Film,   MR  4:00-5:15

MLAL 3822 L01 (4 credits),   TBA
The Arabian Nights,   TF 11:30-12:45

WMST 3020 L01 (4 credits),   Nicole Fermon
Histories and Texts,   T 2:30-5:15
 

rose hill course offerings

COLI 4205 - Comparative Studies in Revolution     (4 Credits)
C. GoGwilt    R  2:30-5:15

This interdisciplinary capstone seminar engages students in a series of literary and historical studies of revolutionary (and counter-revolutionary) movements. Examining historical documents, works of fiction, literary theory and historiography, the seminar will investigate how the disciplines of history, literary criticism, and cultural studies more generally, seek to explain revolutionary historical change. Particular attention will be paid to the authority of textual evidence placed with interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, and multi-media contexts. The course will be organaized three historical case studies: the Haitian revolution of 1791, the Indian Mutiny of 1857, and the 1965 coup d'etat in Indonesia.

COLI 3000 - Theories of Comparative Literature     (4 Credits)
C. GoGwilt    MR  11:30-12:45

This course offers a review of theories and methods of comparative literary studies, using literary theory and criticism as primary readings in conunction with primary works of literature, drawing from a range of literary tradtions. The course may alsosubstitute for ENLI 3045 Theory for English Majors whose goal is to reflect on reading strategies, textual practices, and language itself. Students will engage with a range of critical, theoretical, and social issues shaping the field of literary studies today.


Rose hill cross-listed courses

COMM 2471 R01 (4 credits),   Margot B. Hardenbergh
Intro to Film,   TF 1:00-2:15

COMM 3451 R01 (4 credits),   Mark T. Shanahan
Films of Alfred Hitchcock,   M 6:00-8:30

COMM 3461 R01 (4 credits),   James E. Vanoosting
Fiction into Film,   T 2:30-5:00

COMM 4001 R01 (4 credits),   James E. Vanoosting
Films of Moral Struggle (Value Seminar / EP 4),   W 11:30-2:00

ENGL 3036 R01 (4 credits),   Daniel T. Contreras
Latin American Short Story (ALC),   TF 10:00-11:15

ENGL 3069 R01 (4 credits),   Mark Caldwell
Writing in the City,   W 11:30-1:59


ENGL 3111 R01 (4 credits)
,   Suzanne M. Yeager
Medieval Romance (EP3/ ALC),   TF 01:00 pm-02:15 pm


ENGL 3111 R02 (4 credits),
   TBA
Medieval Romance (EP3/ ALC),   MR 04:00 pm-05:15 pm

ENGL 3134 R01 (4 credits),   Thomas J. O'Donnell
Love in the Middle Ages (ALC),   TF 11:30-12:45


ENGL 3206 R01 (4 credits),   Corey W. McEleney
Shakespeare (ALC),   MR 10:00-11:15


ENGL 3339 R01 (4 credits),   John W. Bugg
Romanticism & Confession (ALC),   TF 11:30-12:45

ENGL 3356 R01 (4 credits),   James Y. Kim
Introduction to Asian American Studies (ALC),   TF 2:30-3:45

ENGL 3438 R01 (4 credits),   TBA
American Modernism (ALC),   TF 2:30-3:45


ENGL 3531 R01 (4 credits),   John P. Harrington
Modern Drama-Moral Crucible (Value Seminar/ EP 4),   W 11:30-1:59


ENGL 3584 R01 (4 credits),   Julie C. Kim
Early Caribbean Literature (ALC),   MR 11:30-12:45


ENGL 3930 R01 (4 credits),   Edward C. Cahill
Introduction to Gay & Lesbian Literature,   MR 4:00-5:15


ENGL 4135 R01 (4 credits),   Martin L. Chase S.J
Bible in English Poetry (Value Seminar/ EP 4),   M 2:30-4:29


FREN 3120 R01 (4 credits),   Catharine Randall
Inventing Identity: 16th Century (EP 3 / Taught in French),   TF 1:00-2:15
 
FREN 3637 R01 (4 credits),   Lise V. Schreier
Francophone Middle East,   MR 11:30-12:45

ITAL 2705 R01 (4 credits),   Francesca Parmeggiani
The Souths of Italy,   TF 1:00-2:15
 
ITAL 3120 R01 (4 credts),   Alessandro Polcri
Renaissance Literature (ALC / Taught in Italian),    MR 2:30-3:45


LATN 3045 R01 (4 credits),   Robert Penella
Livy (ALC / Taught in Latin),   TF 1:00-2:15

PHIL 3652 R01 (4 credits),   Samir J. Haddad
Contemporary French Philosophy,   TF 10:00-11:15

PHIL 3930 R01 (4 credits),   Jennifer A. Gosetti
Philosophy & Literature,   MR 11:30-12:45

POSC 3418 R01 (4 credits),   Patrick Ryan S.J
Islamic Political Thought (Advanced Social Science Core),   TF 8:30-9:45

SPAN 3001 R01 (4 credits),   Javier Jimenez-Belmonte
Topics in Spanish Culture,   MR 10:00-11:15


SPAN 3826 R01 (4 credits),   Gioconda Marun
Latin American & World Literature (ALC / Taught in Spanish) MR 2:30-3:4

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