We still have room in many Comp Lit courses! Check our courses section and calcentral.berkeley.edu for more details.
R1A – 4 sections with space
R1B – 8 sections with space
20A, “Poetry and Power” with Ramsey McGlazer
100, “Memory and Destruction: The Literatures of the Archive” with Mario Telo
112B, “Modern Greek Language,” and 171, “Modern Greek Literature” with Maria Kotzamanidou
190, “Poetry and Nature in Translation” with Anne-Lise Francois
Yvonne Lin (Class of 2013) graduated with a double major in Comparative Literature and French and a minor in Chinese. Since graduating, she has worked several jobs, including in client services at an investment firm in Washington and K-12 education in both the Bay Area and China. » Read on »
Comparative Literature Professor Tim Hampton, Director of the Townsend Center in the Humanities, writes about why an education in the Humanities is essential in this time of Fake News.