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Welcome to the Department of Comparative and World Literature

Comparative and World Literature is a broad and rich literary discipline that tackles literature across national borders, time periods, languages and genres and crosses boundaries between literature and the other arts.

News & Events

Shirin Khanmohamadi talking at upcoming conferences

Shirin Khanmohamadi will give an invited Response to the MAP/CARA Plenary Lecture at this year’s Medieval Academy of America conference at UC-Berkeley in March 26-28.

Ellen Peel recently published an article

Ellen Peel recently published an article on “Adoption, Tragedy, and the Failed Search for Origins in Frankenstein” in the journal, Adoption & Culture.

Jolie Goorjian and Dan Curtis-Cummins (English) wrote a small on-line reader/textbook

Jolie Goorjian and Dan Curtis-Cummins (English) wrote a small on-line reader/textbook for the new Area E CWL 216 course “Telling Stories: How the World Writes “You”: Developing your Voice for Life-