Comparative Literature

The Comparative Literature program teaches and compares world literature as both social documents and works of art in a cross-disciplinary approach. The program encourages the study of languages, an understanding of diversity and globalization, as well as an appreciation of various media as ways to fully engage literature.

Student Testimonial

Tulin Ece Tosun

"All the faculty members have helped us to become engaged in the program and the community since we arrived. We all feel the program is our home. The program teaches students to think critically, have deep analysis and communicate complex ideas."

Tulin Ece Tosun

College of Liberal Arts Administration, Comparative Literature

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