Comparative Literature

Material should be collected primarily in English, though scholarly work in French, Spanish, and German should also be considered. We would like to expand the collection of translations of literary works into English.
The study of literature from an international and interdisciplinary perspective. The Combined Honours Programme allows students to pursue both Comparative Literature (taught in English) and another subject of their choosing.
There are no geographical limitations, and indeed we would like to extend our reach of material to include a better representation of world literature.

There are no chronological limitations (our academic program covers a broad historical sweep from biblical and classical literature to twenty-first century literature).,

Scholarly books and monographs, and works of world literature translated into English.

The long 18th century (c.1650-1800), Russell and the 20th century, and Cultural Studies have been declared Faculty of Humanities priority areas for resource allocation. 

General Comparative Studies (C)

Literary Theory and Methodology (C)

Literary Movements and Periods, (C)

      Renaissance, Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism, Naturalism, Modernism, Avant-garde, Post-Modernism, Philosophy & Literature, Literary Theory and other Theories.

Literary Conventions and Genres (C)

      Lyric, Epic, Drama, Fiction.

Literary Traditions and Influence Studies (C)

Literature and Other Disciplines (C)

      Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Art.

World Literature in Translation; Translation Theory & Practice (C)

Arts and Social Sciences