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LITR 445 - Sexualities in Literature and Culture


A seminar devoted to theorizing and articulating the relationships between literature and culture, focusing on the diverse and shifting forms of sexuality manifested in the cultural imagination across several literary periods.

Credit Hours: 3 hrs
Prerequisites: Six hours of 300-level course work in one of the following prefixes-ENGL, LITR, HIST, PHIL - or Department Permission
Graduate Credit: This is an undergraduate course available to graduate students for graduate credit.
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Course Revisions:
Effective Winter 2015, this course is no longer approved for Graduate Credit. Students should contact their advisor for other course options.
Last Updated: No longer available for Graduate credit 10/14, effective Winter 2015; New Course 11/2012, effective Winter 2013


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