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Connect continents with world literature, cinema and intercultural studies.

Major in Asian Languages and Literatures. Choose your focus: Chinese, Japanese or Korean.

Where do you want to go in the world?

Learn Yoruba or Swahili and earn a minor in African Languages and Literatures.
 

Use your new language and cultural abilities to take advantage of programs and internships in Japan, South Korea, Vietnam and Tanzania.

Intercultural Studies for a Global Age: Principles, Methodology, Practice

April 12-14, 2018, University of Georgia, at Athens

Richard B. Russell Special Collections Library, Room 285

Please click here for program.

 

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Information for Students

Find everything you need to know about becoming a student in the Comparative Literature Department.

We host movie nights, conversation hours and other events. Please see calendar of events for times and dates.

Compass is a club organized by our comparative literature graduate students. The students participate and coordinate a variety of conferences throughout the year. For more information please see the graduate link.

 

 

The Comparative Literature Department is offering one sec...

Congratulations to Samuel Kim, a student in JPNS 2001 wit...

The Comparative Literature Department is now offering ele...

The Comparative Literature Department introduces a new co...

Dean Dorsey presents award to Dr. Maganda.

Dr. Dainess Maganda is the recipient of the Franklin Coll...

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