Welcome! Please see below for information that we normally give out during the spring visit. Contact email@example.com with any issues or questions.
For an overview of Comparative Literature departmental policies and procedures, you can refer to our current handbook.
Designated Emphasis Programs
Many Comp Lit graduate students decide to join a Designated Emphasis program as well. Here are links to the programs that our students have joined in the past. Some of these programs had planned to have information sessions during the spring visit. When an alternative was circulated, I've listed it here.
- Critical Theory - Contact faculty director Prof. CD Blanton (firstname.lastname@example.org) or graduate advisor Prof. Robert Kaufman (email@example.com) with any questions about the program.
- European Studies
- Film Studies
- Jewish Studies
- New Media - You may stream two upcoming events (March 12 and March 16). Info here.
- Renaissance and Early Modern Studies
- Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Resources from the Graduate Division
2019 Graduate Student Handbook (2020 version will be published in summer)