World Literature in Translation

In addition to courses in the department of English, several other departments and programs in the College offer literature courses which require no knowledge of a foreign language. These courses earn Humanities distribution credit. What follows is a list of such courses offered in LSA for the Winter Term, 1985. Descriptions may be found in the appropriate places in this Course Guide.

Classical Civilization 102, 303, and 464.

Comparative Literature 240.

Far Eastern Languages and Literatures: Chinese 472 and Japanese 402.

Germanic Languages and Literatures: Dutch 492; German 320, 442, 447, and 449; Scandinavian Studies 421.

Great Books 192, 202, and 221.

Medieval and Renaissance Collegium 417.

Near Eastern Studies: General Near East 446 and 482; Ancient and Biblical Studies 282 and 483.

Religion 282 and 482.

Residential College Humanities 210, 214, 215, 386, 410, 417, and 452.

Romance Languages and Literatures: French 331 and 433; Italian 420.

Slavic Languages and Literatures: Russian 450 and 452; Polish 426.

Theatre and Drama 205, 211, and 422.

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