Previous Courses

2014- 2015 Modern Languages and Literatures Course Offerings

ARABIC 1030/1035:
Arabic for Beginners

ARABIC 2250:
Intermediate Arabic

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 1020:
From Homer to Picasso: Western Culture Across the Ages

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 1040:
Ideas and Apps that Changed the World

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2112B:
The Graphic Novel in Print and Online around the World

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2103B:
The Grotesque

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2117B:
Funny Money: Commerce and Comedy

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2125A:
Battle of the Sexes

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2132A:
Italian Journeys

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2134A:
Bombay to Mumbai: Hinduism and Literature

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2200F:
Exploring Comparative Literature and Cultures

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2206G:
Exploring Hispanic Cultures I

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2207F:
Exploring Hispanic Cultures II

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2208G:
Exploring Italian Cultures

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 2209G:
Exploring German Cultures

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 3300G:
Literary and Cultural Theory

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 3340F:
Medieval Literature and Culture

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 3342F:
Baroque Literature and Culture

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 3351G:
Intermediality: Where Literature and other Media Meet

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND CULTURE 4401G:
Research Seminar: Dante

DIGITAL HUMANITIES 1011B:
Programming my Digital Life

DIGITAL HUMANITIES 2120F:
Digital Creativity

DIGITAL HUMANITIES 2126G:
Ethics for a Digital World

DIGITAL HUMANITIES 2220A:
Computing and Informatics in the Humanities I

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DIGITAL HUMANITIES 2221B:
Computing and Informatics in the Humanities II

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DIGITAL HUMANITIES 2304B:
Data, the Humanist's New Best Friend

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DIGITAL HUMANITIES 2921F:
Technology and Society

DIGITAL HUMANITIES 3304F:
Electronic Textuality & Digital Encoding Worlds

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DIGITAL HUMANITIES 3320A:
Databases I

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DIGITAL HUMANITIES 3902G:
An Introduction to Digital History

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GERMAN 1030:
German for Beginners

GERMAN 2200:
Intermediate German

GERMAN 2215G:
Exploring German Cultures

GERMAN 2220A:
German Conversation

GERMAN 3305:
Advanced German

GERMAN 3331F:
Uncanny German Stories: from the Extraordinary to the Supernatural

GERMAN 3360G:
Intermediality: Where Literature and other Media Meet

GERMAN 4400B:
Intensive Translation

GERMAN 4451F:
Medieval Culture

HINDI 1030:
Hindi for Beginners

ITALIAN 1030:
Italian for Beginners

ITALIAN 2200:
Intermediate Italian

ITALIAN 2215G:
Exploring Italian Cultures

ITALIAN 2220A:
Italian Conversation

ITALIAN 2240A:
Italian Journeys

ITALIAN 3300:
Advanced Italian

ITALIAN 3338G:
Books on the Big Screen

ITALIAN 3352F:
From Commedia Dell'Arte to Modern Theatre

ITALIAN 4400B:
Fourth Year Italian: Language, History and Culture

ITALIAN 4406G:
Research Seminar: Dante

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JAPANESE 1036:
Japanese for Beginners

JAPANESE 2260:
Intermediate Japanese

KOREAN 1030:
Korean for Beginners

KOREAN 2200:
Intermediate Korean

PERSIAN 1030:
Persian for Beginners

PORTUGUESE 1030:
Portuguese for Beginners

RUSSIAN 1030:
Russian for Beginners

SPANISH 1030:
Spanish for Beginners

SPANISH 2200:
Intermediate Spanish

SPANISH 2214A:
Comparative Grammar of English and Spanish

SPANISH 2215G:
Exploring Hispanic Cultures I

SPANISH 2216F:
Exploring Hispanic Cultures II

SPANISH 2220A/B:
Spanish Conversation

SPANISH 3300:
Advanced Spanish Language

SPANISH 3303B:
The Structure of Spanish

SPANISH 3317B:
The Spanish Sentence

SPANISH 3318A:
The Sounds of Spanish

SPANISH 3501F:
Hispanic Visual Arts and Texts

SPANISH 3521G/Spanish 4901G:
Hispanic Pop Culture

SPANISH 3541F:
Literatures of the Hispanic World

SPANISH 3551F:
Human Rights and the Hispanic World

SPANISH 3901G:
Las Ciudades Escritas De Iberoamerica

SPANISH 3911B:
Spanish in a Romance Comparative Perspective

SPANISH 4412F:
Spanish in Contact

SPANISH 4521F:
Fantastic Fictions of the Hispanic World