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, 1987. Descriptions may be found in the appropriate places in this Course Guide.

Asian Languages and Cultures: Chinese 472; Japanese 402.

Classical Civilization 102, 303, and 467.

Comparative Literature 241 and 424.

Germanic Languages and Literatures: Dutch 492; German 320, 442, 449, and 499; Scandinavian 421.

Great Books 192 and 202.

Medieval and Renaissance Collegium (MARC) 417.

Near Eastern Studies: General Near East 446; Ancient and Biblical Studies 441.

Religion 360.

Residential College Humanities 215, 310, 410, 417, 452, and 484.

Romance Languages and Literatures: French 433; Italian 412 and 420; Spanish 331 and 432.

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

Theatre and Drama 211 and 422.


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