Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature

Academic Level
Graduate, Undergraduate
Semester, Summer

The Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature program strives for a broad, international scope, ranging widely across history and geography. The central focus is on the cultural mechanisms through which a society’s ways of knowing, value systems, and individual and collective identities are generated, disseminated, challenged, and reinvented. CSCL courses are reading and writing intensive. Visiting international students should not take more than one CSCL course per semester.

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  • CSCL Student Association

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  • Undergraduate-level classes are 1000-4000. Graduate-level classes are 5000-7000.

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