World Literature Course Offerings

*Scheduling stubject to change

Course Outlines

World Literature courses cover a variety of literatures and topics. Scroll down on this page for course descriptions.

Fall 2018

Course Title Instructor Day/Time Location
WL 100 D100 What is World Literature? Mark Deggan
TBA
Location: TBA
WL 101W D100 Writing in World Literature Sessional
TBA
Location: TBA
WL 103W D100 Early World Literatures Azadeh Yamini-Hamedani
TBA
Location: TBA
WL 200 D100 How to Do Things with World Literature Melek Ortabasi
TBA
Location: TBA
WL 201 D100 East/West Encounters Mark Deggan
TBA
Location: TBA
WL 301W D100 Writing and Research Azadeh Yamini-Hamedani
TBA
Location: TBA
WL 307 D100 Creative Writing in World Literature Anosh Irani
TBA
Location: TBA
WL 309 D100 Empire and Resistance TBA
Location: TBA
WL 410 D100 Selected Topic in World Literature I (Ecology & Aesthetic of Place) Mark Deggan
TBA
Location: TBA
WL100      Introduction to World Literature
WL101W Writing About Literature: Fiction and Cultural Identity
WL103W Pre-Modern World Literature: Sex in Ancient Literatures
WL104W Modern World Literature -- Modernity’s Mirror:
WL200 Literary Analysis and Interpretation
WL202 North/South -- The Other Sun: Dramatizing the Global South
WL300 How Theory Travels: World Literature & the Challenge of Transience
WL309        Post-Imperial Cultures: Reflections on Civil War
WL401 Early Modernities: Arabo-Persian, Chinese and Mughal Modernities