LEH 352 - Studies in Literature

Overview

Department(s)

Description

Selected topics in literature. NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computer based work along with research involving the library and the Internet. NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit towards graduation for students in all major concentrations except Classics, Comparative Literature, English, French, German, Greek, Greek and Latin, Hebraic and Judaic Studies, Italian, Latin, Russian and Spanish.Prerequisite: Declared major and either completion of 45 credits or an Associate's Degree.

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Undergraduate

Credits

Minimum Units

3

Maximum Units

3

Academic Progress Units

3

Repeat For Credit

Yes

Total Completions Allowed

99

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

3

Topics

Course Topic ID

1

Formal Description

Widows and Maids

Course Topic ID

2

Formal Description

Folktales and Fairytales

Course Topic ID

3

Formal Description

American Southern Gothic Literature and Film

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4

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Doctor-Patient Relationship

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5

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Coping with Illness

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6

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Monsters: Ancient and Modern

Course Topic ID

7

Formal Description

Film Adaptation

Course Topic ID

8

Formal Description

Race & Nature in Latin American Lit

Course Topic ID

9

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Robin Hood in History, Literature & Film

Course Topic ID

10

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Retellings, Revisions, Adaptations

Course Topic ID

11

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Women & the Marriage Market

Course Topic ID

12

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Women & Minorities in Film & Literature

Course Topic ID

13

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Scientific Writing: Adv. Prac.

Course Topic ID

14

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Latin American Violence:Literature and Power

Course Topic ID

15

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Girls Interrupted

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16

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Life is Short: A Look at Life Through Award-Winnin

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17

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THE Pursuit of Happiness: A Cinematic and Literary

Course Topic ID

18

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Irish Language Cinema

Course Topic ID

19

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Heroes and Villains

Course Topic ID

20

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Caribbean Identities in Film and Literature

Course Topic ID

21

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Migrant Experience Across Cultures & Generations

Course Topic ID

22

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Criminal Obsessions

Course Topic ID

23

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Monsters in Art, Film & Lit

Course Topic ID

24

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Travel, Memory and Memoir in the Americas

Course Topic ID

25

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Americans at Play

Course Topic ID

26

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Bill of Rights:Religion, Sex & Gun Rights

Course Topic ID

27

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Using Multimedia to Visualize American Culture

Course Topic ID

28

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Love, Lust & In Between:Short Stories I.B. Singer

Course Topic ID

29

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Saints&Harlots:Medieval Women in Contemporary Film

Course Topic ID

30

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African-American Detective

Course Topic ID

31

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Femmes Fatales: Women and Crime Fiction

Course Topic ID

32

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The Changing Faces of Quebec

Course Topic ID

33

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Black Feminisms in the U.S.

Course Topic ID

34

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Afrofuturism

Course Topic ID

35

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Socio-Eco/Pol Iss Wom Dev Wrld

Course Topic ID

36

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Latin American Cinema

Course Topic ID

37

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Globalization and Migration

Course Topic ID

38

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Irish Literature

Course Topic ID

39

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Post Colonial Literature

Course Topic ID

40

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African & African American Lit

Course Topic ID

41

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The Novel

Course Topic ID

42

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The Literary Essay

Course Topic ID

43

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NYC and the Lively Arts

Course Topic ID

44

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American Outlaw as Anti-Hero

Course Topic ID

45

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Autobiography & Self-Portrait

Course Topic ID

46

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African American Women Writers

Course Topic ID

47

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Literature of the Caribbean

Course Topic ID

48

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African-American Literature

Course Topic ID

49

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Haiti's Revolutionary Imagination

Course Topic ID

50

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Memoir: Memory, Misadventure, [Im]mortality

Course Topic ID

51

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Fictions of Disability

Course Topic ID

52

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Afro-Brazil

Course Topic ID

53

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To Be or Not to Be: Hamlet's Issues

Course Topic ID

54

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Metamorphoses&Transformations

Course Topic ID

55

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Life Lessons from Classics

Course Topic ID

56

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Memoir Workshop

Course Topic ID

57

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Classics of Asian World

Course Topic ID

58

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Poe's Literary Artistic Works

Course Topic ID

59

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Portrayals of Blackness

Course Topic ID

60

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Caribbean and African American Writers

Course Topic ID

61

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Western Traditions in Narrative

Course Topic ID

62

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Biography and Memoir Writing

Course Topic ID

63

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Health and Science Writing

Course Topic ID

64

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Puerto Rican Lit in English

Course Topic ID

65

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Latin American Music

Course Topic ID

66

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Changing Faces of Quebec

Course Topic ID

67

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Edgar Allan Poe

Course Topic ID

68

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Lating American Ghost and Spirits

Course Topic ID

69

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Prison Narratives

Course Topic ID

70

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Classics: Renaissance and Modern World

Course Topic ID

71

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Classics: Ancient and Medieval

Course Topic ID

72

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Writing with Prompts

Course Topic ID

73

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Football, Feminism, Fast Food

Course Topic ID

74

Formal Description

Public Writing for Sociology

Course Topic ID

75

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Happy and Unhappy Families

Course Topic ID

76

Formal Description

History of English Language

Course Topic ID

77

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Modernism

Course Topic ID

78

Formal Description

Poetry

Course Topic ID

79

Formal Description

Drama

Course Topic ID

80

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Non Profit Grant Writing

Course Topic ID

81

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Professional Writing

Course Topic ID

82

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American Film & Society

Course Topic ID

83

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Latin American Haunted Lit

Course Topic ID

84

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Writing for Sociology

Course Topic ID

85

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Visualizing Multimedia

Course Topic ID

86

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Street Talk: Lit on NYC

Course Topic ID

87

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Read, Write, Speak about Race

Course Topic ID

88

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Caribbean Literature

Course Topic ID

89

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Narrative & Consciousness

Course Topic ID

90

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Asian & Asian-Amer. Lit

Course Topic ID

91

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Contemp Irish Writing

Course Topic ID

92

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Women Writers in English

Course Topic ID

93

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Latin Amer Lit in Translation

Course Topic ID

94

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Literature & Liberation

Course Topic ID

95

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Food For Thought

Course Topic ID

96

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Dominican Culture

Course Topic ID

97

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Lit of Narrative & Consciousness

Course Topic ID

98

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Rock n Roll in Music,Film&Lit

Course Topic ID

99

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American Foreign Policy

Course Topic ID

100

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Greek and Lat Roots of English Vocabulary

Course Topic ID

101

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Classical Myth and Human Condition

Course Topic ID

102

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Science as Lit: Longevity

Course Topic ID

103

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Literature & Identity

Course Topic ID

104

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Domican American Literature

Course Topic ID

105

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Business Feature Writing

Course Topic ID

106

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Film Studies

Course Topic ID

107

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Poetry Writing

Course Topic ID

108

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Memory, Gender, Genre

Course Topic ID

109

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Folklore of Ireland

Course Topic ID

110

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Indian Ocean Voices

Course Topic ID

111

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World of Science Fiction

Course Topic ID

112

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Writing and Social Issues

Course Topic ID

113

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Culture, Criticism & Publication

Course Topic ID

114

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Psych Blacknss/Self Hatr in DR

Course Topic ID

115

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Creative Nonfiction Writing

Course Topic ID

116

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Prof Comm&Presentation Seminar

Course Topic ID

117

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Adv.Poetry Writing 1

Course Topic ID

118

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Grant and Proposal Writing

Course Topic ID

119

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Writing Young Adult Fiction

Course Topic ID

120

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Globalization&Lat Amer Lit

Course Topic ID

121

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Artists and Wizards

Course Topic ID

122

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Folklore in the Irish Language

Course Topic ID

123

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Italian American Literature

Course Topic ID

124

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Women in Rebellion

Course Topic ID

125

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Literature of Hispanic Caribbean

Course Topic ID

126

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Women in Literature

Course Topic ID

127

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Cinema of West Africa

Course Topic ID

128

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Marketing and PR Writing

Course Topic ID

129

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Writing for New Media

Course Topic ID

130

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American Science Fiction

Course Topic ID

131

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Greek Tragedy in Contemp Film and Theatre

Course Topic ID

132

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The Devil in Lit and Film

Course Topic ID

133

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Amer Utopias and Dystopias

Course Topic ID

134

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Literature and Revolution

Course Topic ID

135

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Latin American Lit: Violence and Power

Course Topic ID

136

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Monstrous Fiction

Course Topic ID

137

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Scenes from History of Gender

Course Topic ID

138

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Gods and Men

Course Topic ID

139

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Business Writing

Course Topic ID

140

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Literature and Public Health

Course Topic ID

141

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Writing for Prestigious Awards

Course Topic ID

142

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Women in Science Fiction

Course Topic ID

143

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American Immigrant Voices

Course Topic ID

144

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Literatures of Migration

Course Topic ID

145

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Hope and Heroism

Course Topic ID

146

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Medieval Images of Women

Course Topic ID

147

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American Dystopias

Course Topic ID

148

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Devil in the Details

Course Topic ID

149

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American Immigrant Lit.

Course Topic ID

150

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Caribbean Identity in Film

Course Topic ID

151

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Ancient Comedy in Translation

Course Topic ID

152

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Dominican-American Literature

Course Topic ID

153

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Editing and Proofreading

Course Topic ID

154

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Irish Language Folklore

Course Topic ID

155

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Devil in Lit and Film

Course Topic ID

156

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Const of Identity-Disney Princess of Color

Course Topic ID

157

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From Fact to Fiction

Course Topic ID

158

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The Ancient Romance

Course Topic ID

159

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Utopias & Dystopias of the Future

Course Topic ID

160

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Critical Approaches to Adolescent Literature

Course Topic ID

161

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Fairytales and Latinx Lit

Course Topic ID

163

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Graphic Novels at the Margins

Course Topic ID

164

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Classics of West World-Anc&Med

Course Topic ID

165

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Golden Age of Russian Lit.

Course Topic ID

166

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Holy War:Crusades Hist,Lit,Film

Course Topic ID

167

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Love & Romance in Conflict & Crisis

Course Topic ID

168

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Literary Journalism

Course Topic ID

169

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Critical Approaches to Children's Literature

Course Topic ID

170

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Playwriting

Course Topic ID

171

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LGBTQ Voices in American Lit

Course Topic ID

172

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Me,Myself,You: Memoir&Autobio

Course Topic ID

173

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Film Art: A Closer Look

Course Topic ID

174

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Evil in Film and Literature

Course Topic ID

175

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Writing About Pictures

Course Topic ID

176

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Classics: Ancient & Modern

Course Topic ID

177

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Global Literature

Course Topic ID

178

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Black Radical Tradition

Course Topic ID

179

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Arts Criticism: Writing about Popular Culture

Course Topic ID

180

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Literary Genres

Course Topic ID

181

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Latinx Literature

Course Topic ID

182

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English Literature

Course Topic ID

183

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Contemporary Urban Writers

Course Topic ID

184

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Creative Writing

Course Topic ID

185

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Literature of Dominican Republic

Course Topic ID

186

Formal Description

Autobiography and Autofiction

Requisites

033849

Course Schedule

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