Program in Comparative and World Literature
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(2015-01-21)Abstract Aesthetics as Resistance: Rasa, Dhvani, and Empire in Modern Tamil “Protest” Theater addresses questions concerning the role of aesthetics in the development, production, and impact of Tamil “Protest" Theater ...
(1992)This investigation of Cesaire, Carpentier, and Harris and their influences in the Caribbean establishes a framework for the examination of the specific influences of the surrealist movement on Negritude and magical realism ...
(2009)A Vanishing Act: Gulag Narratives and Their Afterlife examines the crucial role Gulag narratives play in the reexamination of the communist past in Russia, Romania, and Bulgaria but also the way in which they contribute ...
(2009)This project explores the relation between violence and identity along one branch of the Western tragic tradition---from its roots in the soil of classical Attica, through Senecan tragedy, and into early modern drama in ...
(1988)This study presents the voices of women in classical Arabic literature and the literature of eighteenth century France and England. It compares women as writers and sponsors of salons during two different periods of world history.