320 Milbank Hall
Program Coordinator: Tomara Aldrich
The program is supervised by the Committee on Comparative Literature.
Program Director: Erk Grimm (German)
Professors: Helene Foley (Classics), Maire Jaanus (English), Alfred MacAdam (Spanish), Catherine Nepomnyashchy (Slavic), Nancy Worman (Classics)
Associate Professors: Peter T. Connor (French), Erk Grimm (German), Ross Hamilton (English), Max Moerman (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies), Nelson Moe (Italian), Neferti Tadiar (Women’s Studies)
Assistant Professors: Bashir Abu-Manneh (English), Maja Horn (Spanish), Rebecca Stanton (Slavic), Phillip Usher (French), Hana Worthen (Theatre)
Senior Lecturers: Anne Boyman (French), Laurie Postlewate (French), Margaret Vandenburg (English)
Lecturers: Linn Mehta (English), Brian O’Keeffe (French)
The program enables the student to pursue the study of at least two literatures in two different languages and to explore the possibilities and methods of literary study comparatively across national boundaries. In consultation with her adviser, the student will shape a program that will give her a foundation in her two central literatures (at least one of them in a non-English language) and in one major period, genre, theme, or theoretical issue.