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Comparative Literature is the study of all modes of human expression: oral, written, visual—including today’s newest forms of media.

Working between, within, and across borders, Comparative Literature allows students to build facility with multiple languages and skills in critical thinking, viewing, writing, and oral presentation. Comparatists also apply the insights and methods of translation studies philosophy, history, linguistics, sociology, the media, and the other human sciences to the study of literature and media. 


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