department
english + comp lit

(English and Comparative Literature)

David Damrosch (4 reviews)

Gale Kenny (5 reviews)

Sarah Cole (23 reviews)

Moshe Gold (1 review)

Edward Tayler (12 reviews)

Wendy Schor-Haim (11 reviews)

Joseph Massad (23 reviews)

Lauren Robertson (4 reviews)

Monica Miller (10 reviews)

Nicole Callahan (15 reviews)

Marcellus Blount (15 reviews)

Doug Goldstein (0 reviews)

Nicole Horejsi (10 reviews)

Justin Snider (12 reviews)

Calvin Baker (1 review)

Monica Cohen (7 reviews)

Emily Bloom (2 reviews)

Rachel Eisendrath (6 reviews)

Andrew Sage (13 reviews)

Erik Gray (34 reviews)

Georgette Fleischer (55 reviews)

Kimuli Kasara (26 reviews)

Ross Posnock (14 reviews)

Lisa Hollibaugh (6 reviews)

Cheryl Leung (11 reviews)

John Bird (8 reviews)

Kevin Wang (1 review)

Yurina Ko (1 review)

Alice Boone (1 review)

Alan Timberlake (23 reviews)

Donna Bussell (5 reviews)

Gretchen Gerzina (3 reviews)

Jack Halberstam (4 reviews)

Reid Sharpless (4 reviews)

Clifford Siskin (2 reviews)

Branka Arsic (3 reviews)

Joan Ferrante (8 reviews)

David Kastan (13 reviews)

Susan Mendelsohn (5 reviews)

Emma Hamilton (1 review)

Victoria Page Rosner (11 reviews)

Rebecca Wisor (4 reviews)

Margaret Vandenburg (60 reviews)

Wen Jin (8 reviews)

Karin Almquist (4 reviews)

Aaron Hamburger (15 reviews)

Charlotte Friedman (1 review)

Eleanor Johnson (20 reviews)

Paula Loscocco (1 review)

Brent Edwards (6 reviews)

Atefeh Shahmirz (2 reviews)

Ngara N'Diaye (2 reviews)

Peggy Ellsberg (2 reviews)

Douglas Mao (1 review)

Philip Kitcher (23 reviews)

Gustavo Perez-Firmat (8 reviews)

Stefan Pedatella (36 reviews)

Mary Grace Albanese (3 reviews)

Lejla Kucukalic (7 reviews)

Arnold Weinstein (1 review)

Mary Gordon (21 reviews)

Liza Monroy (5 reviews)

Katrina Dzyak (1 review)

Lawrence Venuti (1 review)

Bruce Robbins (35 reviews)

Jorge Daniel Veneciano (8 reviews)

Shelley Saltzman (6 reviews)

Alexandra Watson (14 reviews)

Royden Kadyschuk (3 reviews)

Anne Prescott (16 reviews)

David McKenna (17 reviews)

Meredith Benjamin (5 reviews)

Gauri Viswanathan (9 reviews)

Marc Berley (5 reviews)

Ellen Baker (9 reviews)

Shelly Fredman (3 reviews)

Frances Richard (26 reviews)

Terri Gordon (6 reviews)

Maiken Derno (2 reviews)

Valeria Luiselli (2 reviews)

Andrew Delbanco (19 reviews)

Diana Bowstead (1 review)

Jean Howard (12 reviews)

Edward Mendelson (63 reviews)

Marianne Giordani (8 reviews)

Sharon Marcus (8 reviews)

Claudia Rankine (2 reviews)

Marianne Hirsch (4 reviews)

Linn Mehta (19 reviews)

Mario Di Gangi (3 reviews)

Johanna Lane (2 reviews)

Brett Mcmillan (1 review)

Steve Baker (17 reviews)

Julia Sirmons (3 reviews)

Robert Ferguson (8 reviews)

Patricia Grieve (15 reviews)

Margo Orlando (1 review)

Ross Hamilton (25 reviews)

Trevor Corson (4 reviews)

Jonathan Abel (3 reviews)

Jennifer Rosenthal (6 reviews)

Michael Golston (14 reviews)

Antonio Barrenechea (4 reviews)

Daniel Swift (6 reviews)

Margaret Pappano (3 reviews)

Jessica Pishko (2 reviews)

Jonathan Arac (3 reviews)

Richard Locke (6 reviews)

Aubrey Gabel (2 reviews)

Lamyu Bo (2 reviews)

Stefanie Sobelle (1 review)

Sailaja Sastry (11 reviews)

John McWhorter (26 reviews)

Peter Platt (23 reviews)

Caleb Crain (3 reviews)

Carlos Riobo (10 reviews)

Emma Berat (1 review)

Khary Jones (4 reviews)

Alicia DeSantis (12 reviews)

Andrea Aanderson (1 review)

Stephen Massamilla (3 reviews)

Alan Stewart (14 reviews)

Nancy Piore (2 reviews)

Ann Douglas (10 reviews)

Emma Crandall (5 reviews)

Brian O'Keeffe (28 reviews)

Douglas Pfeiffer (7 reviews)

Kate Levin (12 reviews)

Maureen Chun (4 reviews)

Nancy Worman (23 reviews)

Mathias Hanses (1 review)

John Rosenberg (25 reviews)

Elizabeth Greenwood (3 reviews)

Ruairidh Macleod (2 reviews)

Thomas Festa (6 reviews)

David Eng (0 reviews)

Jason Governale (0 reviews)

Cary O'Brien (3 reviews)

Delano Greenridge-Copprue (1 review)

Timea Szell (14 reviews)

Ana Lee (4 reviews)

Catherine Steindler (4 reviews)

Aaron Ritzenberg (4 reviews)

David Yerkes (41 reviews)

Steven Marcus (4 reviews)

Aaron Schneider (7 reviews)

Adam Zucker (1 review)

Katherine Biers (10 reviews)

Stuart Taylor (2 reviews)

Barbara Morris (5 reviews)

Lawrence Besserman (3 reviews)

Jess Fenn (1 review)

Duygu Ula (6 reviews)

Ekaterina Poltorak (1 review)

Thomas Ratekin (3 reviews)

Matthew Buckley (2 reviews)

Anne Potter (1 review)

Quandra Prettyman (8 reviews)

Susan Andrade (9 reviews)

Jayne Hildebrand (3 reviews)

Robert Stein (5 reviews)

Paul Charles Grimstad (2 reviews)

Donna Paparella (4 reviews)

Yaelle Azagury (18 reviews)

Amelia Rose Grossi (2 reviews)

Michael Levine (1 review)

James Basker (7 reviews)

Idra Novey (2 reviews)

Jessica Forbes (2 reviews)

Mary Hurley (3 reviews)

Elizabeth Weinstock (19 reviews)

Karl Kroeber (17 reviews)

Ursula Heise (2 reviews)

Warren Johnson (1 review)

Robert Kohen (1 review)

Michael Paulson (9 reviews)

Saskia Hamilton (11 reviews)

Matthew Main (3 reviews)

Matthew Hart (6 reviews)

Luke Macinnis (7 reviews)

Cristobal Silva (6 reviews)

Jennie Kassanoff (20 reviews)

Julie Crawford (23 reviews)

Maire Jaanus (15 reviews)

Denise Cruz (8 reviews)

Ruth Lexton (6 reviews)

Maryse Conde (0 reviews)

Amanda Springs (4 reviews)

Andreas Huyssen (9 reviews)

Yevgeniya Traps (1 review)

Nicholas Dames (35 reviews)

Meredith Benjamin (4 reviews)

Bashir Abu-Manneh (13 reviews)

John Axcelson (5 reviews)

Eliza Schrader (3 reviews)

Achsah Guibbory (17 reviews)

Carol Rovane (13 reviews)

Kim Hall (1 review)

Kathleen Oleary (1 review)

Manya Steinkoler (15 reviews)

Stathis Gourgouris (4 reviews)

Karen Karbiener (7 reviews)

Richard Sacks (26 reviews)

Emily Sun (4 reviews)

Andrea Solomon (2 reviews)

Patricia Lespinasse (6 reviews)

Eric Gamalinda (9 reviews)

Brian Mailloux (10 reviews)

Nancy Sweet (1 review)

Hans Martin Puchner (3 reviews)

Amanda Claybaugh (27 reviews)

David Wang (0 reviews)

Frances Negron-Muntaner (17 reviews)

James Crapotta (13 reviews)

Rita Charon (1 review)

Richard Braverman (20 reviews)

Patricia Dailey (8 reviews)

John Pagano (27 reviews)

Hisham Matar (2 reviews)

Saidiya Hartman (4 reviews)

Michelle Chun (11 reviews)

Rory Jones (1 review)

Ally Miller (1 review)

Licia Fiol-Matta (7 reviews)

Phillip Usher (12 reviews)

Molly Murray (26 reviews)

Jenny Davidson (19 reviews)

Alfred MacAdam (39 reviews)

Arden Hegele (2 reviews)

Jonathan Lyle Beller (4 reviews)

Austin Mantele (3 reviews)

Peter Connor (13 reviews)

Atefeh Shahmirzadi (3 reviews)

Mark Strand (4 reviews)

Masha Mimran (7 reviews)

Irvin Hunt (4 reviews)

Reyes Llopis-Garcia (10 reviews)

Kathleen Smith (9 reviews)

Gayatri Spivak (8 reviews)

Nicholas Bierstedt Mayer (5 reviews)

Simon Porzak (6 reviews)

Robert Hanning (9 reviews)

Maura Spiegel (40 reviews)

Jonathan Gill (7 reviews)

Dustin D. Stewart (3 reviews)

James Runsdorf (5 reviews)

Hamid Dabashi (30 reviews)

Autumn Womack (2 reviews)

Jamel Brinkley (0 reviews)

Erin Ehsani (1 review)

Nathaniel Farrell (5 reviews)

Zachary Roberts (8 reviews)

Rachel Mesch (8 reviews)

Eric Haralson (1 review)

Suzanne Laizik (6 reviews)

Patricia Denison (10 reviews)

Chikwenye Ogunyemi (5 reviews)

Paul Strohm (11 reviews)

Robert O'Meally (18 reviews)

Zoe Trodd (2 reviews)

Liza Knapp (28 reviews)

John Gamber (17 reviews)

Jeremy Forster (5 reviews)

Rachel Adams (16 reviews)

Deborah Martinsen (7 reviews)

Austin Graham (9 reviews)

Constance Brown (6 reviews)

Mariel Rodney (5 reviews)

Karen Swenson (1 review)

Paul Violi (9 reviews)

Vrinda Condillac (28 reviews)

Weike Wang (1 review)

Susan Crane (16 reviews)

Lisa Gordis (15 reviews)

Farah Jasmine Griffin (10 reviews)

Lydia Liu (2 reviews)

Andrew Lynn (17 reviews)

Stephen Massimilla (39 reviews)

Karen Green (1 review)

Aaron Winslow (6 reviews)

Derrick Higginbotham (21 reviews)

Anahid J. Nersessian (4 reviews)

James Adams (12 reviews)

Marylou Gramm (1 review)

Lynne Tillman (1 review)

Michael Rosenthal (22 reviews)

Orlando Bentancor (10 reviews)

Erk Grimm (9 reviews)

Victoria Olsen (3 reviews)

Benjamin Breyer (13 reviews)

Howard Stein (1 review)

Doug Greenfield (7 reviews)

Cary Plotkin (17 reviews)

Hertha Schulze (1 review)

Christine Cynn (10 reviews)

Zander Brietzke (7 reviews)

Molly Pulda (1 review)

Karen Weiser (8 reviews)

Sonam Singh (11 reviews)

Daniel Freund (2 reviews)

Karen Vrotsos (2 reviews)

Selby Wynn Schwartz (6 reviews)

Liana Finck (3 reviews)

Boris Gasparov (10 reviews)

Bradley Gorski (1 review)

Haruo Shirane (3 reviews)

Joseph Slaughter (13 reviews)

Hannah Gurman (5 reviews)

William Sharpe (11 reviews)

Jill Muller (16 reviews)

Anthony Kaufman (1 review)

Collomia Charles (6 reviews)

Julie Peters (5 reviews)

Walter Anthony Johnston (1 review)

John Brown (3 reviews)

Jonathan Robinson-Appels (4 reviews)

Jeannie Im (10 reviews)

Michael Seidel (25 reviews)

Elizabeth Schmidt (7 reviews)

Mary Cregan (12 reviews)

Pamela Cobrin (6 reviews)

Jenny Boylan (2 reviews)

Matthew Smith (0 reviews)

Amanda Springs (8 reviews)

Christopher Baswell (8 reviews)

Rebecca Stanton (12 reviews)

Sandra Prior (0 reviews)

John Frankfurt (4 reviews)

Elizabeth Auran (11 reviews)

Sonali Thakaar (1 review)

Sandra Genter (6 reviews)

Roosevelt Montas (20 reviews)

Ezra Tawil (16 reviews)

Dennis Tenen (7 reviews)

Kathy Eden (19 reviews)

Rebecca Wisor (2 reviews)

Margaret Ellsberg (54 reviews)

Michael Aaron Hawn (3 reviews)

James Shapiro (25 reviews)

Martin Meisel (1 review)

  • 16th Century Lyric Poetry
  • 16th Century Poetry
  • 17th Century Poetry and Prose
  • 18th Century British Lit.
  • 18th Century Literature
  • 18th Century Survey
  • 18th Century Transatlantic Culture
  • 19th Century Autobiography
  • 19th Century British Literature
  • 19th Century British Novel
  • 19th Century British Poetry
  • 19th Century British Poetry
  • 19th Century English Fiction
  • 19th Century English Novel
  • 19th Century European Literature
  • 19th-Century Novel In Europe
  • 19th Century Novel Seminar: Austen, Bronte, Eliot
  • 19th Century Novel Seminar: The Novel of Manners
  • 19th c. European novel and 19th c. British novel
  • 1st year english (Barnard)
  • 20th Cent. Puerto Rican Literature
  • 20th Century American and British Poetry
  • 20th Century American Drama
  • 20th Century American Literature: American Fiction post-1945
  • 20th Century British Literature 1950-Present
  • 20th Century British Literature- Embattled Modernism: Sexuality and Violence
  • 20th Century Literature
  • 20th Century Poetry
  • 20th Century Poetry: Race, Gender, and the Rhetoric of Poetic Form
  • 8TH CENTURY & ROMANTIC POETRY
  • AA Poetry
  • Advanced Poetry Writing
  • Advanced Workshop in Translation
  • Aethestics of the imagination 18th century poetry
  • African American Literature
  • African-American Literature
  • African-American Literature I
  • African-American Literature II
  • African-American Texts: the Harlem Renaissance
  • A History of Criticism; Literary Theory
  • AIDS and the Politics of Literary Form
  • A Kind of Wild Justice
  • American Drama
  • American Fiction
  • American Lit
  • American Literature 1800-1870
  • American Literature 1870 - 1940
  • American Literature 1871-1945
  • American Literature 1880-1940: American Modernism
  • American Literature and Corporate Culture
  • American Literature I
  • American Literature Since 1945
  • American Literature to 1800
  • American Novel 1865-1914
  • American Realism
  • American Renaissance seminar
  • Americans in Paris
  • American Studies: Theories, Methods and Approaches
  • American Transcendentalism
  • Americas I
  • Art of the Essay
  • Asian American Literature and Culture
  • Autobiography
  • Avant Garde Film
  • Backgrounds to Contemporary Theory
  • Banned Books
  • BC1201 First Year English
  • BC1201 First-Year English; BC3260 The Victorian Age in Literature
  • BC1201 STUDIES:LANGUAGE & LITERATURE
  • Beat Generation Seminar
  • Beowulf
  • bible and english literature
  • Big Brother: Poetics of Power
  • Black Autobiography
  • Black Explorations in Literature
  • Black Intellectuals
  • Black Paris
  • Black Stereotypes -- Senior Seminar
  • British Literature 1660-1789
  • British Literature 1900-1950
  • British Literature 1950-Present
  • British Literature of the 1890s
  • British Literature/Romanticism
  • British Literature to 1500
  • British Survey 1660 - 1800
  • Cannibalism, Images of Africa, Haitian Literature
  • Caribbean Diaspora Literature
  • Chaucer
  • Chaucer and His Contemporaries
  • Chaucer: Canterbury Tales
  • Chaucer, Chaucer and His Contemporaries
  • Chaucer Seminar
  • Chaucer's Ventriloquism
  • Clarissa
  • Cognitive Linguistics
  • College Composition
  • College Composition for International Students
  • College Composition I
  • College Composition II
  • Colloquium: Enlightenment
  • Colloquium in Literary Theory
  • Colloquium: Reason and Imagination
  • Colloquium: Renassaince
  • Coll: Order and Disorder
  • Colonial Encounters in the Hispanic New World
  • Colonialism: Film, Fiction, History, Theory.
  • Comic Books and Graphic Novels as Literature
  • Comic Theater: From Shakespeare to New York
  • Comparative European Novel
  • Comparative Modern Fiction
  • Complete Works of Christopher Marlowe
  • Comp Multiculturalisms
  • Concept of a National Literature
  • Contemporary American Fiction Seminar
  • Contemporary American Literature
  • Contemporary Black British Writing
  • Contemporary Civilization
  • Contemporary Media Theory
  • Contemporary Short Stories
  • Country and City
  • Creative Non-Fiction
  • Critical Reading, Critical Writing
  • Critical Writing
  • Cryptology
  • Culture and Politics of Globalization
  • Culture of the Cold War
  • culture of the novel
  • Cultures of Colonialism - Palestine/Israel
  • Dante and Medieval Culture
  • De-Coding Culture
  • Deep Sea Thought
  • Depression Culture in Black and White
  • Derrida
  • Dickens
  • Dickens seminar
  • Dostoevsky & Nabokov
  • Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and the English Novel
  • Drama, Film and the Law
  • Drama, Theatre and Theory
  • Dramatic Writing I
  • Early American Novel (Revolution to Civil War)
  • Early Caribbean Literature
  • Early Modern Women Writers
  • East/West Frametale Narratives
  • Edgar Allan Poe
  • Elementary Composition
  • Emerson, Transcendentalism, Antebellum Politics
  • English
  • English 220
  • English Colloquium
  • English Colloquium: Imitation and Creation
  • English Colloquium: Skepticism and Affirmation
  • English Conference
  • English Lit 1500-1600
  • English Lit: 1600-1640
  • English Literature 1600-1660
  • English Literature 1789-1832
  • English Literature II: Satire
  • English Literature to 1500
  • Epic Travel: From Text to Road Movie
  • Essay Writing
  • Ethics and Literature
  • Ethnicity and Social Transformation
  • EUROPEAN DRAMA, SPECTACLE, AND VISUAL CULTURE
  • European Literature in the Middle Ages
  • Explorations of Black Literature 1740-1890
  • Fable and Fantasy
  • Fiction and Personal Narrative
  • Fiction Writing
  • Film Studies: American Film Genre
  • Fin De Siecle Literature
  • First Year
  • First year english
  • First-Year English
  • First Year English- Americas
  • First Year English (Barnard)
  • first year english, last fall term
  • First-year English: Legacy of Mediterranean I
  • First Year English: The Americas
  • First-Year-English The Americas II
  • First-Year English: Women and Culture
  • First-Year English (Workshop): Legacy of the Mediterranean I
  • First Year Seminar:Sustainability
  • First Year Seminar: Woman in the Mirror
  • first year writing
  • First Year Writing: Legacy of the Mediteran
  • First Year Writing: Legacy of the Mediterranean - Queer/Migrant
  • First-Year Writing: The Americas
  • Food Writing
  • Form in Poetry
  • Foundations of American Literature I
  • Foundations of American Lit. I
  • Foundations of American Lit II
  • Freshman English - The Americas
  • Freshman Seminar- Ethnicity and Social Transformation
  • Freshman Seminar: Small Lives
  • : FY WRITING: WOMEN & CULTURE FALL 2016
  • FYW: The Americas
  • FYW: The Americas II
  • G4990 LSMA Research Thesis Seminar
  • Global Literature in English
  • Henry Fielding Seminar
  • Henry James
  • Henry James's Peril
  • History of English Novel II
  • History of Literary Criticism
  • History of Literary Criticism I
  • History of Literary Criticism I
  • History of Literary Criticism II
  • History of the American Language
  • History of the English Language
  • History of the English Novel
  • History of the Novel
  • History of the Novel II
  • Holocaust Literature and Film
  • House and Home in American Culture
  • House & Home in American Culture
  • How Imagination Grows
  • How To Read Violence
  • Ibsen, Chekhov, Strindberg
  • Imaginative Writing
  • Imagining the Self
  • Imitiation and Creation; Renaissance Coloqium
  • Imperialism and the Cryptographic Imagination
  • Imperilialism and Cryptography
  • Introduction to Comparative Literature
  • Introduction to Comparative Literature and Society
  • Introduction to Comp Lit
  • Introduction to Fiction Writing
  • Introduction to Narrative
  • Introduction to Narrative Medicine
  • Introduction to Old English
  • Introduction to Poetry Writing
  • Introduction to the English Major
  • introduction to the major
  • Introduction to Writing Poetry
  • Intro to African Cultural Studies
  • Intro to African Culture
  • Intro to American Studies AND American Lit since 1945
  • Intro to Asian-American Literature and Culture
  • Intro to Comparative Literature
  • Intro to Comp Lit & Society
  • INTRO TO COMP LIT & SOCIETY Call Number 48458
  • Intro to Early Modern Drama (seminar)
  • Intro to Fiction
  • Intro to Linguistics
  • Intro to Literary Theory
  • Intro to Poetry and Poetics
  • Intro. to Poetry Writing
  • Intro to the Comp Lit Major
  • Intro to the Major
  • Intro to Translation Studies
  • Intro to World Lit
  • Iran: A Culture in History
  • Irish Drama: Wilde, Shaw, Yeats, Synge
  • James Joyce
  • Jane Austen Seminar
  • Jazz and American Culture
  • Jazz and the Literary Imagination
  • Jazz Studies
  • John Donne (seminar)
  • Joyce
  • Joyce
  • Jungle Books
  • Junior Colloquium (Renaissance) and 17th-Century Poetry
  • Junior Colloquium: The Enlightenment
  • Junior Colloquium, The Novel and Psychoanalysis
  • Latino Literature, Caribbean Diaspora Literature
  • Legacy of the Mediterranean (Intensive)
  • Literary and Cultural Theory: East and West
  • Literary Approaches to the Bible
  • Literary Crit
  • Literary Criticism and Colloquium
  • Literary Criticism and Theory
  • Literary Texts, Critical Methods
  • Literary Texts, Critical Methods (Seminar)
  • Literary Texts, Critical Methods (Seminar)
  • Literature and Imperialism: The Cryptographic Mind
  • Literature and Politics
  • Literature and Society
  • Literature and the Sublime
  • Literature, Culture, and War in the 20th and 21st Centuries
  • Literature in the Age of the Revolution 1600-1640
  • Literature of Lost Lands
  • Literature of the Fin de Siecle
  • Literature of the Medieval Court
  • Literature & Violence
  • Lit Hum and British Lit. 1832-1900
  • Lit Hum/General Studies
  • Lit of Empire
  • Logic and Rhetoric C1007
  • Logic and Rhetoric (pilot)
  • Made in America: Mafia in Cinema
  • Madness and the Literary Imagination
  • Major American Authors
  • Major American Authors: Faulkner/James
  • Major British Texts II
  • Major English Texts
  • Major English Texts (Barnard)
  • Major English Texts I
  • Major English Texts II
  • MEDIEVAL HISTORIOGRAPHY
  • Medieval Lit.
  • Medieval Literature
  • Medieval Stoic Autobiography
  • Medieval Women's Texts
  • Melville Seminar
  • Melville's Novels
  • Memory and Forgetting
  • Middle Fictions
  • Milton
  • Minority US Women Writers
  • Minority Women Writers and Women's Experience of Slavery (Senior Seminar)
  • Minority Women Writers in the United States
  • Modern American Fiction
  • Modern and Post-modern Cities
  • Modern British & American Poetry
  • Modern British and American Poetry
  • Modern British Literature I
  • Modern Comparative Fiction
  • Modern Comparative Fiction, The Big Ambitious Novel in Contemporary America
  • Modern Comp Fiction - Spring 2004
  • Modern Drama I
  • Modern Drama II
  • Modern Fiction
  • Modernism
  • Modernism and its Enemies
  • Modernism and Media
  • Modernism and the City
  • Modernisn, The Modern Novel
  • Modernist British Fiction
  • Modern Novel (Barnard)
  • Modern Poetry I
  • Modern Poetry II
  • Modern Tragedy (ENTA)
  • Multiple courses
  • Mysticism
  • Myth & Literature
  • Narrative & Human Rights
  • Narratives From Underground
  • Native American Literature
  • New Literary Histories
  • North American Border Narratives
  • Novel and Psychoanalysis
  • Novels of Immigration, Relocation, Diaspora
  • Opera as Literature
  • Ordinary Romanticism
  • Origins of Literary Imagining
  • Origns of the Modern Vortex
  • Palestinian and Israeli Politics and Societies
  • Parody, Plagiarism, Postcolonialism
  • Passion and Disillusionment
  • Philanthropy and Social Difference
  • Poetics
  • Poetics of the Warrior
  • Poetry and Poetics
  • Poetry Movements since 1950
  • Poetry Movements since the 1950s
  • Poetry of the African Diaspora
  • Poets and Correspondence
  • Political Fictions of the Long 18th Century
  • Politics and American Film
  • Post-1945 American Literature
  • Postcolonial African Literature
  • Principles of Literary Study
  • Puerto Rican Literature of Migration
  • Race and Racism
  • Race Gender & Poetic Form
  • Radical Poetries of the 20th Century
  • Reading David Foster Wallace
  • Reading Freud
  • Reading Lacan
  • Realism & Naturalism
  • Realism/Naturalism
  • Reformation to Romanticism: The Violent Origins of Modern Thought
  • Religion, Literature, Modernity
  • Renaissance Colloquium
  • Renaissance Comedy
  • Renaissance Drama
  • Renaissance--Figuring the Erotic
  • Renaissance Literature in Europe: Humor and Wit Spring 2007
  • renaissance lyric
  • Renaissance Women Writers
  • Restoration and 18th Century Drama
  • Restoration Literature from 1660-1740
  • Rise of the Novel
  • Romantic Era
  • Romanticism
  • Romanticism and Forms of Modernity
  • Romantic Literature
  • Romantic Poetry
  • Romantic Poetry: Byron, Shelley, Keats
  • Romantic Texts I: Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge
  • Ross Posnock
  • Science Fiction
  • Seminar in American Comedy
  • Seminar in Am. Humor
  • Seminar in Modern Texts: America in the World
  • Seminar on Alternatives to Modernism
  • Seminar on American Humor
  • Seminar on Special Themes: The Enchanted Imagination
  • Senior Seminar
  • Senior Seminar: Body and Language
  • Senior Seminar: Man in the Crown, Woman in the Streets
  • Senior Seminar: Modernism (1996)
  • Senior Seminar: Shores of Refuge
  • Senior Seminar: Slavery: Women's Experience
  • Seventeenth Century Prose and Poetry
  • Sexualities and Storytelling
  • Sexual Personae/Sexual Performance
  • Shakespeare
  • Shakespeare I
  • Shakespeare I & Critical Writing
  • Shakespeare II
  • Shakespeare in Performance
  • Shakespeare Seminar
  • Shakespeare Seminar: Shakespeare's Poetry
  • Shores of Refuge: Jewish American Literature (senior seminar)
  • Short Fiction
  • Skepticm and Affirmation
  • Sonnets & Elegies
  • Studies In Narrative
  • Studies in Narrative Fiction
  • Studies in Poetry: the Autobiographical Poem
  • Studies in the Novel: Dickens
  • Survey of American Lit.
  • TA for Foundations of American Lit
  • Texts of Protest
  • The 18th-Century Comparative Novel
  • The 1960s
  • The 19th Century Historical Novel
  • The 30s: Metropole and Colony
  • the African Novel
  • The Age of Johnson
  • The American Family Play
  • The American Renaissance
  • The Americas: Studies in Language and Lit.
  • The Beat Generation
  • The Book Review
  • The Canterbury Tales
  • The Classical Tradition
  • The Elizabethan Renaissance: The Lyric
  • The Enchanted Imagination
  • The Enchanted Imagination, The Summons to Adventure
  • The English Colloquium: Enlightenment
  • The English Renaissance
  • The Gilded Age: Fictions of Property and Personhood
  • The Modern Novel
  • The Novel and Global Capitalism
  • The Novel, Dickens summer 2005
  • The Novella from Cervantes to Kafka
  • The Road Movie
  • Thesis
  • The Sonnet in English
  • The Summons to Adventure
  • The Victorian Imagination
  • The World and the American Writer
  • The World of Banned Books
  • The Writer's Process
  • Third World Bildungsroman
  • Topics in Comparative Literature: The Female Adventure Story
  • Tragic Bodies
  • Tragicomic Transformations
  • Translating Madness
  • Transnationalism, Cosmopolitanism, Diaspora
  • True Crime: Fact and Feeling
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  • May 2021

    Worst professor. Extremely weird grading and doesn't communicate with her students. Heck, she doesn't care about her students. Don't let her crush your dreams.

    May 2021

    I absolutely loved Professor Kasara's Introduction to Comparative Politics Class. I have absolutely no idea why all of the other reviews were so negative toward her teaching of this class. She is extremely informed about the topic, her lectures are engaging and interesting, and I left the class with a much stronger understanding of the subject. She has very informative slides and posts them after every class, so you never have to worry about missing any core information. The workload was very manageable and exactly what I would expect for an Intro Poli-Sci class. The tests were not any more challenging than the class would merit. The TAs gave very informative feedback on tests and were more than happy to talk through any questions you had about the class. The tests all cover material that was extensively covered in the lecture. There is only one paper and it is over a very basic, core principle of the class. Professor Kasara was very generous with grades and even changed her entire grading scale when my class was doing worse than her previous classes had done in order to help improve our grades. I would highly highly recommend this class for everyone who is interested in the field of Political Science. I cannot wait to take more classes with Professor Kasara in the future.

    May 2021

    I'd recommend Mendelson for anyone who wants the eccentric literature professor experience, even if he is a bit full of himself. He has a real passion for the literature. Woolf's novels are worth the read and the course is super chill. He doesn't care much about deadlines and just wants original essays. Grading-wise, he's a complete mystery. There's zero rubric or anything for the essays or the course, and I didn't get grades back for the final two assignments. I have no idea where my final grade came from. Judging by mine and friends' grades, it seems you're at the whim of TA's. I enjoyed it overall, but I think this is definitely a course to take in person. On Zoom it was 75 minutes of him talking, with our chat and mics disabled.

    May 2021

    I'd recommend Mendelson for anyone who wants the eccentric literature professor experience, even if he is a bit full of himself. He has a real passion for the literature. Woolf's novels are worth the read and the course is super chill. He doesn't care much about deadlines and just wants original essays. Grading-wise, he's a complete mystery. There's zero rubric or anything for the essays or the course, and I didn't get grades back for the final two assignments. I have no idea where my final grade came from. Judging by mine and friends' grades, it seems you're at the whim of TA's. I enjoyed it overall, but I think this is definitely a course to take in person. On Zoom it was 75 minutes of him talking, with our chat and mics disabled.

    May 2021

    Professor Grieve is a super kind woman. However, much like the reviewer below me, I also do not believe that she deserves a golden or even silver nugget. The reading for this class is unbelievably long (for one class, we had to read a 400 page book, an article on said book, and watch a 130 minute movie). I am the type of person who does not usually care about reading length and will do it all, but this was simply too much. That being said, you don't absolutely need to do it all. Doing half of the reading and reading summaries is more than enough to get by. Classes are painful, and that is the brutal truth. She rarely has plans or structure for the seminar and relies heavily on students asking questions or suggesting discussions. It makes two hours feel like four. The material is interesting, but it is too much and professor grieve does not seem to know how to use it. Much of it is left undiscussed even though we often have extra time left at the end of the class. Overall, I do not recommend this global core class. I'm sure there are much more productive ways to use the requirement in a more enjoyable manner. I tried to drop the class but you have to reach out to the professor directly to drop it and I was too scared of offending her.