e of creative writers. This course complements and draws together creative writers and students of foreign languages, showing that their practices overlap. Students should have knowledge of one language other than English to the 202 (intermediate) level.
Offered as WLIT 388 and WLIT 488.
Prereq: Graduate standing.


WLIT 490. Topics in World Literature (3)
In-depth examination of specific critical and literary theories and of their relevance for literature and culture studies. Authors, works and instructor may vary.
Offered as WLIT 390 and WLIT 490.
Prereq: Graduate standing.


WLIT 495. French Literature in Translation (3)
Topics vary according to student and faculty interest. May include Francophone literature, literature and cinema, women writers, contemporary literature. Counts toward French major only as related course. No knowledge of French required.
Offered as FRCH 395, WLIT 395, FRCH 495, and WLIT 495.
Prereq: Graduate standing.


WLIT 590. Seminar in World Literature (3)
Topics vary depending on student and instructor interests; may include Postcolonial literature; Latin American literature and film; African Anglophone and Francophone literature.
Prereq: Graduate standing.


WLIT 595. Independent Research (1-3)
For graduate students under special circumstances.
Prereq: Graduate standing.


WLIT 601. Independent Study (1-18)
For graduate students under special circumstances.
Prereq: Graduate standing.