- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Comparative literature is the study of literature, theory, and criticism across the boundaries of language, nation, culture, artistic medium, genre, and historical period. Faculty in Oberlin’s program are drawn from the humanities, arts, and social sciences.
Why Study Comparative Literature at Oberlin?
- CMPL 230 - Introduction to Literature and the Visual Arts 4 credits
- CMPL 250 - Introduction to Literary Translation: Theory, History, Practice 4 credits
- CMPL 350 - Translation Workshop 4 credits
- CMPL 457 - Caribbean Cultures and Literatures 4 credits
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