4 points. In a society putatively organized around the theological virtues of faith, hope, and love, the opposite of hope —despair, the “noonday demon,” or “wanhope” as it is often called in Middle English—had to be guarded against at any cost. This lecture course explores England’s sense of itself in relation to the rest of the world in the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. This class is an introduction to the language and literature of England from around the 8th to the 11th centuries. It is impossible to study Medical/Health Humanities now without emphasizing the COVID-19 pandemic and the social disparities it casts into relief. The class is an intensive reading of the prose and poetry of Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman and Emily Dickinson. Seminar style classes will emphasize student interests and direction. 3.00 points. Drawing on anonymous folk tale from a range of cultures, as well as a variety of literary works produced from the late 17 th century to the present, we’ll attend to the ways in which changing forms of children’s literature reflect changing understandings of children and childhood, while trying not to overlook psychological and formal structures that might persist across this history. We will consider the ways that jazz has been a source of inspiration for a variety of twentieth-century literatures, from the poetry of the Harlem Renaissance to African American drama and contemporary fiction. Applications to seminars are usually due by the end of the week preceding registration. These works also introduce a recurrent preoccupation of the course, the power of art and aesthetic pleasure to unsettle conventional norms of gender and sexuality. 1: The Histories by. Rather than approaching writing as an innate talent, this course teaches writing as a learned skill. Features essays that explore the disciplines of biomedical ethics and medical anthropology, to challenge our basic assumptions about medicine, care, sickness, and health. CPLS GU4800 Advanced Topics in Medical Humanities.   |   UW: Readings in American Studies (sections in the 100s). The Core Curriculum is the cornerstone of the Columbia College education. We will seek to understand, first, how film represents law, and, second,how film attempts to shape law (influencing legal norms, intervening in legal regimes). Critical international legal scholars often invoke literature (and literary terms) to supplement their analyses, while many comparative literature scholars have attempted to discover what Pascale Casanova calls the “international laws” of literature. The worksheet must be reviewed by an adviser and submitted to 602 Philosophy before the registration period for the final semester. Naipaul, among others.   |   Drawing on the work of various interdisciplinary scholars, we will use these historical fictions to explore and enter into urgent and ongoing conversations around black life & death, African-American history & memory, black aesthetics, and the problem of “The Archive.”. 4.00 points. Not well-known is the fact that in the mid-sixties James Baldwin hung a photograph of Henry James above his writing desk, a kind of tribute to the novelist whose writings about the "complex fate' of being an American in Europe deeply influenced Baldwin. It eventually won the hearts of readers as different as Thomas Jefferson, Karl Marx, and Virginia Woolf. Students read works from the three major literary modes (lyric, drama, and narrative), drawn from premodern to contemporary literature, and learn interpretative techniques required by these various modes or genres. This course asks questions about these Norman conquests, about the Normans’ role as colonizers, and the persistence (or lack thereof) of the Norman identity over time. (Seminar). From its beginnings, film has been preoccupied with law: in cops and robbers silent films, courtroom drama, police procedural, judge reality show, or all the scenes that fill our media-saturated world. UW: Readings in Data Sciences (sections in the 500s). This is the era of what Michelle Alexander has called “the new Jim Crow,” the rise of mass incarceration, the partial privatization of the penal system, and the growth of supermax facilities. We will try to replicate this reading experience over the span of the semester, working through the nine-volume text in its original installments. (Lecture). Arendt is a major political philosopher, McCarthy a distinguished novelist, memoirist, and critic, and Susan Sontag was the most famous public intellectual in the last quarter of the 20th century. 4 points. Students are responsible for checking for any special registration procedures on-line at http://english.columbia.edu/courses. 3 points. ENGL GU4975 PRISON LITERATURE. 4.00 points. (Lecture). Prerequisites: Non-native English speakers must reach Level 10 in the American Language Program prior to registering for ENGL GS1010. Privacy Policy We will pay special attention to Thoreau’s understanding of thinking as walking, as well as the question of space vs. time and we will spend a lot of time figuring his theory of living as mourning. If politics means parties, elections, and governing, then few novels of high quality would qualify. CLEN GU4892 Literature and International Law: Sovereignty and Other Fictions. UW: Readings in Women's and Gender Studies (sections in the 200s). UW: Readings in Film and Performing Arts (sections in the 300s). As new generation of South African youth -- the "born frees" -- has now taken to the streets and social media to "decolonize" the university and claim their education as a meaningful right, this course traces the ways that generations of writers, artists, and activists have faced censorship, exile, and repression in an ongoing struggle to dismantle apartheid and to free the mind, "the most powerful weapon in the hands of the oppressor" according to Black Consciousness activist Steve Biko. James Shapiro wrote in The Guardian about "Swingin’ the Dream," 1939's "lost Shakespeare jazz musical," and the modern livestreamed performance based on the show’s surviving music. Features essays that examine relationships among sex, gender, sexuality, race, class, and other forms of identity. All Votes Add Books To This List. Ohter authors include Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin, Gwendolyn Brooks, Malcom X, Ntzozake Shange, Audre Lorde, and Toni Morrison. (Seminar). Literature. The course is a survey of the canonical texts of the Early Americas, with emphasis on how those writers experienced the natural world of their new country. Prerequisites: the instructor's permission. Covers literature and criticism, history, the visual and performing arts, cultural studies, education, political science, gender studies, etc. Phone: 212-854-2441, © 2020-21 Columbia University It should be taken as early as possible in a student's career. College-level composition classes such as English 101 and English 102, which are required for a variety of programs and degrees, will provide you with a … We compare Pope’s Iliad with many other English translations—translations from both before and after Pope’s time—the second four weeks pf the class will be spent doing this. We will read with attention to questions of audience and purpose: for whom were they written and with what aim in mind: to promote a cause, make a case for personal or political action, provoke pleasure, or some combination of all of these aims? Students are not assigned specific advisers, but rather each year the faculty members serving on the department’s Committee on Undergraduate Education (CUE) are designated undergraduate advisers (see above). UW: Readings in Medical-Humanities (sections in the 600s). 4 points. Although this separation has long existed in scholarship, it is deeply problematic, and produces an understanding of the relationship between private devotion and publically performed religious ritual that is untenable, and does considerable violence to our understanding of the medieval imagination. 3 points. Generally, lectures are addressed to a broad audience and do not assume previous course work in the area, unless prerequisites are noted in the description. 1.The last great global pandemic. ColumbiaCollege@columbia.edu 212-854-2441 Upon declaring a major or concentration in English, students should meet with the director of undergraduate studies or a delegated faculty adviser to discuss the program, especially to ensure that students understand the requirements. Throughout the class, we will look to find ways of moving beyond representations of violence and conquest. Students may not count both an Independent Study and the Senior Essay toward the major. What are the contours of African American literary history?   |   In chapter 4 of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Mind, a story is told about a confrontation between a Lord (Herr) and a Bondsman (Knecht). See course information above for details on fulfilling the distribution requirements. The work of Ruskin and William Morris directed aesthetic reflection towards reflection on labor and social reform, which flourished in the ideals attached to the “Arts & Crafts” movement near the end of the century. Among our topics of recurring interest: reading and education, satire and emotion, selfhood and memory, religion and home, sex and marriage, race and captivity. ENGL GU4790 ADVANCED OLD ENGLISH. In your message, include basic information: name, school, major, year of study, and relevant courses taken, along with a brief statement about why you are interested in taking the course. The Oldest College Literary Magazine in the Nation. 3.00 points. CLEN GU4742 WORLD FICTION SINCE 1965. Two writing courses or upper-level literature courses taught in a foreign language, or one of each, may count toward the ten required courses. ), of interpretive method (how to read for oil), of transnational circulation (how does "foreign oil" link US citizens to other spaces? We will also read essays by Hannah Arendt, André Breton, Paul Breslin, A. James Arnold, Phyllis Taoua, Robin D.G. How do films model the techniques that lawyers use to sway the passions of their audiences? Application instructions: E-mail Professor Ross Posnock (rp2045@columbia.edu) with the subject heading "James and Baldwin seminar." CLEN GU4560 Backgrounds to Contemporary Theory. Skip to main content. Accessibility Among the questions we will explore together are these: What tools and techniques do writers use to construct the prison experience? After essays are submitted, faculty sponsors deliver a written report on the essay to the department’s Committee on Undergraduate Education (CUE), with a grade for the independent study and, if merited, a recommendation for honors. What sort of satisfactions did these images afford? The central materials are familiar and unfamiliar English plays, by William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Philip Massinger, John Fletcher, and others, which we will study alongside economic treatises, acts and proclamations, and travel narratives. ENGL UN3714 Henry James and James Baldwin. We will consider whether graphic narrative might be especially well suited to representations of bodily difference; how illness/disability can disrupt conventional ideas about gender and sexuality; how experiences of the body as a source of pain, stigmatization, and shame intersect with the sexualized body; and how illness and disability queer conventional sexual arrangements, identities, and attachments. ENGL UN3789 AMERICAN NATURE WRITING TO 1900. (Lecture). 3.Fictional representations of pandemic that illuminate real life disparities in health and access to medical care will set the stage for our study of the current pandemic. Kerrigan et al, We focus on—but do not limit ourselves to—the first book of Pope’s translation of the Iliad (there are 24 books). ENGL UN3011 Literary Texts, Critical Methods seminar. The seminar’s principal texts will be the films themselves, but we will also read relevant legal cases and film theory in order to deepen our understanding of both legal and film regimes. (Seminar). 4.00 points. Assigned readings will include novels, short stories, and contemporary essays. 4.00 points. Columbia College was founded in 1851, has a traditional campus, more than 30 venues nationwide, an evening program in Columbia, Mo., and an online program. Prof. Molly Murray, 406 Philosophy; mpm7@columbia.edu, The program in English fosters the ability to read critically and imaginatively, to appreciate the power of language to shape thought and represent the world, and to be sensitive to the ways in which literature is created and achieves its effects. Those who successfully complete this course will be eligible to apply for a peer writing consultant job in the Columbia Writing Center. Authors will include some of the following: Gabriel Garcia Márquez, Jamaica Kincaid, W.G. Students submit proposals in September of their senior year, with acceptance contingent upon the quality of the proposal and the student’s record in the major. We will spend a little over half of this seminar reading and discussing early British novels, from Samuel Richardson’s moment through to Jane Austen’s, that address the reality of evil, the nature of faith, the hope for an afterlife, the need for spiritual community, and the difficulty of religious pluralism. In your message, include basic information: your name, school, major, year of study, and relevant courses taken, along with a brief statement about why you are interested in taking the course. We will aim at covering selected materials from the four main manuscripts of Anglo-Saxon poetry (Vercelli, Junius, Nowell, and Exeter) to examine the extent to which they celebrate or veil theological interests. All required readings will be made available in modern English translation, though familiarity with French, Latin, and/or Arabic could be useful. ENGL GU4561 Children's Literature. The senior essay program is an opportunity for students to explore in depth some literary topic of special interest to them, involving extensive background reading and resulting in an essay (8,000–15,000 words) that constitutes a substantial and original critical or scholarly argument. During the three weeks preceding the registration period, students should check http://english.columbia.edu/courses for application instructions for individual seminars. We will use these perspectives to study narrative and visual representations in different media that address the intersections of social inequity, biomedical pandemic, and aesthetic forms. We’ll hit on some texts you’ve heard of – Beowulf and selections from Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales – while leaving time for some you may not have encountered – Marie de France’s Lais and Margery of Kempe’s Book. This seminar will examine this initially improbable literary kinship between these two great artists, exploring how a shared commitment to a literary art of complexity and multiple identity, to cultural critique and analysis (Baldwin greatly admired James's The American Scene, his on the ground evocation of early 20th century America) produced such distinctly different bodies of vital work. Contact Us. ENGL GU4812 Conquests, Colonialism, and the Normans. Instead of treating such topics as exclusively things of the literary past, we will read our older novels alongside a few later Anglophone works, written between 1945 and today, that continue to use the novel form for the atypical purposes of portraying religious practice and religious identity and reassessing religion’s role in modern life. Before taking Barnard courses, students should verify with the director of undergraduate studies whether and how such courses may count toward the major. (Seminar). Core Timeline. However, much of this scholarship remains deeply rooted in the home disciplines of the scholars, who not only operate with the prevailing assumptions and methodologies of their disciplines, but also tend to treat the other discipline as stable and unproblematic. This course is intended to introduce students to the advanced study of literature. Along the way, we’ll also hone skills of reading, writing, and oral expression crucial to appreciating and discussing literature in nuanced, supple ways. These challenges were taken up in a wide and varied array of literature and art that has become known as “aestheticism.” This seminar focuses on the development of aestheticism in England, with glances at France and America, over the period of roughly 1830-1900. The course will involve a mid-term, a final exam, and a final presentation on a Riddle which will also be turned in.   |   (Lecture). Columbia College Chicago reserves the right to change or withdraw courses; to change the fees, rules, and calendar for admission, registration, instruction, and graduation; and to change any of its policies or other provisions listed in the Catalog at any time. Nonetheless, both discourses rely on some basic premises that treat culture and cultural productions as forms of property and expressions of identity (itself often treated as a form of property). Due to this, the school was ranked #244 out of all colleges and … Theatre typically exceeds the claims of theory. They will be heavily discussion-based with a combination of full class and smaller breakout formats. Readings include Aristotle, Artaud, Bharata, Boal, Brecht, Brook, Castelvetro, Craig, Genet, Grotowski, Ibsen, Littlewood, Marlowe, Parks, Schechner, Shakespeare, Sowerby, Weiss, and Zeami. UW: Readings in Gender and Sexuality (sections in the 200s). To register for more than 42 points (including advanced standing credit) in English and comparative literature, a student majoring in English must obtain permission of the director of undergraduate studies. Admitted students should register for the course; they will automatically be placed on a wait list, from which the instructor will in due course admit them as spaces become available. 4.Literary representations of COVID, as represented by the short stories in The Decameron Project, as well as short film and visual arts. UW: Contemporary Essays (sections from 001 to 069). Please read Guidelines for all English and Comparative Literature Majors and Concentrators above. 4 points. 4 points. The career of Oscar Wilde captures the increasing visibility of aestheticism, both as it became affiliated with varieties of commodity culture, and as it aroused increasing hostility, some of it satiric, some of it deeply threatened by Wilde’s moral provocations, above all his homosexuality. This seminar will try to navigate between these extremes, focusing on novels that center on the question of how society is and ought to be constituted. Columbia University in the City of New York ENGL GU4801 HISTORY OF ENGLISH NOVEL I. We will be using Mitchell and Robinson's An Introduction to Old English, along with other supplements. Some of them encountered abundance, others sparsity and famine. This course will focus on graphic narratives about healthcare, illness, and disability with particular attention to questions of embodied identities such as gender, sexuality, race, and age. The Columbia College Literary Review is an annual publication of writing and artwork from the United States and around the globe. See course information above for details on fulfilling the distribution requirements. While this course provides a general historical framework for the period as it introduces you to the culture of Anglo-Saxon England, it will also take a close look at how each literary work contextualizes (or recontextualizes) relationships between human and divine, body and soul, individual and group, animal and human. 3.00 points. With the exception of some CLEN classes (in which, as comparative courses, much material is read in translation), students’ admission to a seminar presupposes their having taken ENGL UN3001 Literary Texts, Critical Methods. Features essays that examine relationships among sex, gender, sexuality, race, class, and other forms of identity. 208 Hamilton Hall Mail Code 2805 1130 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10027. The Columbia Review. … The class will therefore also pay special attention to politics, and investigate how the ecological spaces that the colonists encountered shaped their politics and ethics. Application instructions: E-mail Aaron Robertson (ar3488@columbia.edu) with your name, school, major, year of study, and relevant courses taken, along with a brief statement about why you are interested in taking the course. This course on the eighteenth-century emergence of the modern novel centers on a work that is only loosely a novel and may in fact be an anti-novel or a parody of novels: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759­–67). The magazine is edited by a team of writers with a keen eye for quality new writing … This course will mine the rich anti-despair resources of this earlier age, with special attention to the imaginative literature that gave those resources their most nuanced articulation. Some of them had to deal with extreme cold, others with tropical heat. Ten departmental courses (for a minimum of 30 points) and, in the process, fulfillment of the following requirements. (Lecture). This course surveys cultural responses to the historical, technological, intellectual, and political conditions of modernity in the United States. This class is designed to interrogate the genre-boundary that has traditionally separated visionary writings from dramatic ones in the study of English medieval literature. Senior majors have preference unless otherwise noted, followed by junior majors, followed by senior and junior non-majors. Secondary theological materials will be read in translation including Paschasius Radbertus, Ratramnus, Hincmar, Alcuin, Aldhelm, Jerome, Gregory, and Augustine. We will be focusing especially on the poetry and poetic theory of William Blake, William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, and John Keats. 3.00 points. 3 points. University Writing helps undergraduates engage in the conversations that form our intellectual community. Through detailed analysis of Emerson’s Essays we will try to understand his philosophy as an effort to radically reformulate traditional concepts of identity, thinking, and everyday living, and investigate the politics that guided his philosophical efforts, especially his stance on slavery and his activism against the Cherokee removals. 4.00 points. But medieval European culture was acutely attuned to the problems of creeping meaninglessness and disaffection. It was founded by the Church of England in 1754 as King's College… Although the novel seems like a secular form, some of the earliest examples in English can be strangely religious. Our readings include Rebecca Skloot’s Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, the poetry of Maya Angelou and Paul Lawrence Dunbar, and the speculative fiction of N.K. Writers include, but are not limited to, Wheatley, Equiano, Douglass, Jacobs, Harper, Dunbar, Chestnutt, Washington, Du Bois, and Larsen. Open only to international students, these sections emphasize the transition to American academic writing cultures through the study of contemporary essays from a variety of fields. Black Lives Matter. Kelley, Brad Epps, Kimberle Lopez, Bruce King, Maria Elena Lima, Yoani Sánchez, and Audre Lorde. . The sidebar on this page provides links to pages with details about undergraduate advising, major and concentration requirements, course options and restrictions, registration procedures, the senior essay, and writing prizes, as well as links to downloadable worksheets for the major and concentration and to course distribution requirement lists, past and present. Requirements: Students will be expected to do assignments for each meeting. This course aims to use two opposite emotions, desire and disgust, to unsettle popular understandings of eighteenth-century literature, and to try and understand what drew readers in, and what repelled them. ENGL GU4604 American Modernism. Columbia Core Curriculum: Literature Humanities Required reading for Columbia's Lit Hum course. Features essays that explore the culture, history, and politics that form American identity. Students should always assume that the instructor’s permission is necessary; those who register without having secured the instructor’s permission are not guaranteed admission. International law is always produced in what Mary Louise Pratt has called “the contact zone.” Placing the history of colonialism at the center of inquiry, this course seeks to explore some of the many possible intersections between international law and comparative literature. How do those works give voice to personal and sociopolitical despair, and how do they attempt—especially in their endings—to return their readers to the world with a recharged sense of its significance? Department of English and Comparative Literature, The Department of English and Comparative Literature, Nicholas Dames and Jenny Davidson Host Book Series Conversation, Jack Halberstam's Wild Things: The Disorder of Desire, Marianne Hirsch Moderates Ana Lucia Araujo Talk, Dustin Stewart and Hannah Weaver awarded Heyman Center Fellowships, The Department of English And Comparative Literature, Columbia University in the City of New York, B.A./M.A. The primary texts we will be translating will consist in homilies, poetry, treatises, sermons, hymns, prayers, penitentials, letters, and so called “secular” poetry like riddles. As we will see, notionally "private" visionary writings and notionally "public" dramatic writings have a great deal in common, not just in terms of their overt content, but also in terms of their formal construction, their poetic devices, their favorite rhetorical maneuvers, and their articulated relationship with history and English literature. Columbia College is the oldest undergraduate college of Columbia University, situated on the university's main campus in Morningside Heights in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. Application Instructions: E-mail Professor Austin Quigley (aeq1@columbia.edu) with the subject heading "Drama, Theatre, Theory seminar." (Lecture). The worksheet is available in the English Department or on-line at http://english.columbia.edu/undergraduate/major-requirements. This website works … What happens when the Age of Reason, or the Age of Politeness is not so reasonable or polite? Herodotus. In your message, include basic information: your name, school, major, year of study, and relevant courses taken, along with a brief statement about why you are interested in taking the course. UW: Readings in American Studies (sections in the 100s). In an increasingly interdisciplinary and competitive job market, skills in writing and oral communication are indispensable. Application Instructions: E-mail Professor Griffin (fjg8@columbia.edu) with the subject heading, "Toni Morrison seminar." We’ll then move to an array of critical reflection prompted by the new prominence of visual art in England, most notably John Ruskin—the single most influential of all English art critics—and Walter Pater, whose 1873 volume, The Renaissance, became the most important text of English aestheticism (Oscar Wilde called it “the Golden Book”; George Eliot pronounced it “poisonous”). (Seminar). The class will explore the of the role of the church in Anglo-Saxon England, debates about the impact of the Benedictine Reform, and the relation between art and theology. Class participation will be graded. Students will read works from different genres (poetry, drama, and prose fiction), drawn from the medieval period to the present day, learning the different interpretative techniques required by each. It is this worksheet—not the Degree Audit Report (DAR)—that determines eligibility for graduation as an English major or concentrator. A final section on hope will highlight what is always adumbrated in medieval treatments of despair: the possibility of redemption, and the sacrifices it may demand. It has several points of departure, grounding the teaching of critical reading in focused attention to the most significant works of English literature, in the study of the historical and social conditions surrounding literary production and reception, and in theoretical reflection on the process of writing and reading and the nature of the literary work./p>. This course is designed as an overview of major texts (in poetry and prose), contexts, and themes in British Romanticism. Columbia College Chicago Library LibGuides Literature Get Started Search this Guide Search. 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