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Course # Course Title
LET 101:Library Resources and Methods
LET 110:Introduction to Literary Criticism
LET 111:Theorizing Cultural Studies in the Americas
LET 114:Framing Violence in Popular Tales
LET 115:African and Caribbean Literatures
LET 128:Reading Otherness in the French Enlightenment
LET 129:Introduction to the History of Emotions in Early Modern Europe.
LET 131:Aspects of Hispanic American Cultures
LET 142:French and Francophone Women Writers
LET 149:Post-Colonial Conditions: Contemporary Women's Writings from Africa
LET 150:Reconfiguring South Asian Diasporic Identity
LET 155:Reading War in Post-Colonial Literature from Africa and the Middle East
LET 161:Latin American Women Writers in Translation
LET 162:U.S. Latino Literature and Culture
LET 166:National Literatures of Latin America
LET 168:Women in Cinema: Latin America, Spain and U.S. Latinas
LET 169:Hispanic Cinema
LET 170:Business French and Cultural Praxis
LET 171:Fantastical Writings: 20th-Century Latin American and U.S. Latino(a) Fiction
LET 180:Special Topics in Literature
LET 180J:Writing Truth to Power: An Academic Writing Workshop
LET 180S:From Modern Romance to Being Mortal: Bestsellers, Ideology and Power
LET 183:Advanced Seminar in Literature
LET 191:Senior Thesis
LET 211:Theorizing Cultural Studies in the Americas
LET 215:African and Caribbean Literatures
LET 231:Cultures and Identities in the Americas and the Caribbean
LET 249:Post-Colonial Conditions: Contemporary Women's Writings from Africa
LET 255:Reading War in Post-Colonial Literature from Africa and the Middle East
LET 261:Latin American Women Writers in Translation
LET 262:U.S. Latino Literature and Culture
LET 266:National Literatures of Latin America
LET 268:Women in Cinema: Latin America, Spain and U.S. Latinas
LET 269:Hispanic Cinema
LET 271:Fantastical Writings: 20th-Century Latin American and U.S. Latino(a) Fiction
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Last Updated: 2/28/13