Students often select comparative literature because they wish to work beyond the boundaries of a single national literature, or combine their interest in literature with advanced study in one or more foreign languages. Independent Study is a culmination, the point at which students draw on the comparative and theoretical insights achieved in coursework and their own reading to design an original research project that will demonstrate an understanding of the cross-cultural connections within a set of selected texts.
Some representative examples include: Gantenbein Goes to the Movies:
Intertextuality in Films of Nicholas Ray, Samuel Fuller, and Jean-Luc
Godard and Little Red Riding Hood Revisited: Contemporary Revisions of
Perrault and the Brothers Grimm.
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