Teaching

Dr. Brodey's courses in Comparative Literature include:

  • Global Jane Austen

  • Literary Landscapes

  • Approaches to Comparative Literature

  • Cross-Currents in East-West Literature

  • Cowboys, Samurai, Rebels in Film and Fiction

  • Almost Despicable Heroines; The Feast in Film, Philosophy, and Fiction

  • Asian Food Rituals

  • Narrative Silence

Several of these courses are cross-listed with Asian studies.

See below for current course listings.

Undergraduate & Graduate Courses



CMPL 458 – Cult(ure) of Sensibility: 1740-1810

CMPL/ASIA 483 – Cross Currents in East-West Literature

CMPL/ASIA 486 – Literary Landscapes: Europe and Japan

CMPL 490 – Global Jane Austen: Fiction & Fantasy

CMPL 500 – Senior Seminar in Comparative Literature




Graduate Courses


CMPL 700 – Problems and Methods in Comparative Literature




Undergraduate Courses


ASIA 052 – Asian Food Cultures

ENGL 087 – Jane Austen Then and Now

CMPL 250 – Approaches to Comparative Literature

CMPL 255 – Feast in Film, Fiction and Philosophy

CMPL/ASIA 379 – Cowbows, Samurai, Rebels

CMPL/ASIA/WMST 380 – Almost Despicable Heroines in Japanese and Western Literature





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