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Host Campus: UT Arlington
Course Program: Finish@UT
Course Code: ENGL 3362
Course Title: History of World Literature II: The Modern Self in Global Context (Finish@UT)
Course Full Description: In ENGL 3362 – History of World Literature II: The Modern Self in Global Context, we will explore the literature of the world, from 1600 to the present, by focusing on major cultural movements and the works of a wide range of authors from diverse cultural backgrounds, Western and non-Westerns. We will examine to what extent modern literature movements develop in response to philosophical definitions and re-definitions of the Enlightenment notion of the individual. The evolution of the Enlightenment ideas of the self and the contemporary responses, revisions, and re- evaluations of that concept will provide the thematic thread that will link our discussions together. We will focus on enhancing your skill in the contextual analysis of literature by examining the cultural, historical, and intellectual context from which literary works emerge.
Prerequisites: Six hours sophomore literature or three hours sophomore literature with a grade of A. This course is reserved for students enrolled in the Finish@UT program. Must have completed 60 credits and the General Education Core requirements.
Course Status: Active
Course Level: Undergraduate (Upper-Division)
Credits: 3

Entity Notes
First offering Fall 2016