comparative literature

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study of literary works from different cultures (often in translation)

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She told CNA in a telephone interview that it is her hope that in the future, the approach to comparative literature studies will be diverted from Europe and U.S.-centric to focusing more on works from other cultures.
Similarly, the phenomenon "[phrase omitted]" is always lying in Comparative Literature. "Opportunity" in Comparative Literature refers to the chance of development of the discipline.
Figueira (hereafter Figueira): "The Ethics of Reading the Other" began with a discussion of why religion and literature (including the study of ethics in literature) never became as popular as other interdisciplinary configurations that one historically found in Comparative Literature (such as literature and philosophy, literature and the law, literature and cinema, etc.).
Karim earned her doctorate in comparative literature and master of arts in Middle Eastern studies from the University of Texas, Austin.
The program opened with remarks by UP Department of English and Comparative Literature chair Dr.
Comparative literature is the literary branch running comparative study (research) about the relationship between two or more kinds of literatures.
Cesar Dominguez, Haun Saussy & Dario Villanueva, Introducing Comparative Literature: New Trends and Applications.
On December 13-14, 2013, the Tamkang University English Department was honored to host The Eleventh Quadrennial International Conference on Comparative Literature organized by the Comparative Literature Association of the Republic of China.
Fictions and Metafictions of Evil: Essays in Literary Criticism, Comparative Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies
Mitzi earned her MS in Leadership, Supervision and Administration and has her BA in History and Comparative Literature with a minor in Secondary Education from Hofstra University.
Shannon Hanks-Mackey is a senior at the University of Washington double majoring in comparative literature and cinema studies.
He later studied at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and became visiting professor in African literature and chairman of the comparative literature programme.
She earned her master's in English from the University of Wisconsin in 1981 and her Ph.D in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University in 1989.
The relationship between comparative literature and translation has always been an uneasy one.
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