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Course Offerings Spring 2014

For courses listed as “200/400” or “300/400,” undergraduates should list only the “200” or “300” number on their registration forms; graduate students should list only the “400” number.  All courses are three credits unless otherwise stated.
 

WLIT 204 – Heroes and Hustlers in Latin Literature
Timothy Wutrich
T.R. 11:30-12:45

WLIT 212 – World Literature II
Florin Berindeanu
T.R. 11:30-12:45

WLIT 222 – Art and Literature in the Classical Tradition II:  Birth of Archeology
Florin Berindeanu and Charles Burroughs
T.R. 4:30-5:45    

WLIT 225 – Japanese Popular Culture
Margaret Fitzgerald
T.R. 2:45-4:00

WLIT 229 – Development of Theater: Renaissance to Romanticism
Robert Ullom
 M.W.F 11:30-12:20 

WLIT 324/424 – Epic: The Sublime and Terrible in Literature
Florin Berindeanu
 T.R. 1:15-2:30

WLIT 333/433 – Contemporary Caribbean Literature
Damaris Punales-Alpizar
 M.W. 12:30-1:45

WLIT 335/435 – Women in Developing Countries
Cheryl Toman
M.W. 12:30-1:45

WLIT 343/443 – The New Drama in Latin America
Jacqueline Nanfito
M.W.F 11:30-12:20

WLIT 355 – Modern Japanese Novels and the West
Takao Hagiwara
T.R. 2:45-4:00

WLIT 368C/468C – Topics in Film: Peninsular Spanish Cinema
Linda Ehrlich
TR 10:00-11:15                       

WLIT 368C/468C – Topics in Film: Science Fiction
Robert Spadoni
T.R. 2:45-4:00

WLIT 375 – Russian Literature in translation: Dostoevsky
Tatiana Zilotina
T.R. 4:30-5:45

WLIT 387/487 – Literary and Critical Theory
Kurt Koenigsberger
M.W.F 11:30-12:20          

WLIT 391 – Introduction to Text Semiotics
Florin Berindeanu
M.W. 2:00-3:15

WLIT 399 – Independent Study
Florin Berindeanu
Times arranged

WLIT 601 – Independent Study – Graduate
Florin Berindeanu
Times arranged 

WLIT 651 – Thesis MA
Florin Berindeanu
Times arranged