Comparative Literature

Comparative Literature

Image of SEKINO Junichiro's , "Nissaka: Night-Weeping Stone," wood-block print,

SEKINO Jun’ichiro , Nissaka: Night-Weeping Stone, wood-block print, 1960, Palmer Museum of Art

From avant-garde cinema and graffiti culture to book history, word-image relations, and the visualization of violence, the Department of Comparative Literature offers rigorous coursework and faculty expertise in a wide range of global visual cultures. The Dual Title PhD in Comparative Literature and Visual Studies provides students a formal curriculum in theories, cultures, and global circulation of word-image forms.

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