Comparative Literature Graduate Programs
Comparative literature graduate students study written works from various ethnic, religious or cultural groups, or from various countries. Comparative literature can also involve the study of literature’s relationship to another discipline, such as religion, architecture, or film. The interdisciplinary nature of a comparative literature graduate program means study may encompass foreign language, religious studies, sociology, history, visual and performing art, and cultural studies. Comparative literature graduate students explore how literature impacts, and is impacted by, both the culture from which it emerges and other forms of human expression.
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