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He wins every hand who mingles profit with pleasure, by delighting and instructing the reader at the same time.  –Horace, Roman, 1 AD.

LIT140 Introduction to Literary Studies
Inheriting Traditions
       LIT 317: Murasaki Shikibu (John P. Kehlen)
       LIT 211: Classical Asian (John P. Kehlen)
       HUM 270 Theater and Performance (John P. Kehlen)
       LIT 290 Forms of Comedy (Oleg Gelikman)
       LIT/ES 230 Thinking Through Nature (Oleg Gelikman)
       LIT 290: Film and Nation: Eastern Europe (Oleg Gelikman)
       LIT 210: 20th Century American Writing & Culture (Jim Merod)
       LIT 205: 19th c. American Writing & Culture (Jim Merod) 
       LIT 302: Shakespeare (John Kehlen & Jim Merod)
       HUM 310: Early Modern European (TBA)
Encountering the Future
       HUM 390: Media and Experience (Oleg Gelikman)
       HUM 313 Experimental Critical Writing (Aneil Reillin)
       PHIL 311: Philosophy and Literature (Jim Merod)
       HUM 444: Music and Literature (Jim Merod)
Cinema and Film 
       Hum 333 Film History and Cinematic Art (Jim Merod & John P. Kehlen)
       Hum 335 Writing About Film (Kristi Wilson)
The Novel Cycle: LIT 341
       Fall 2017 Sōseki and Murakami
       Fall 2018  Contemporary Novel
Pièce de résistance