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The Department of Comparative Literature and Intercultural Studies would like to congratulate Hyunjin Lee and Casandra Aigbogun for their outstanding dedication to teaching and helping to fulfill the department's mission by providing students with instruction of the highest quality!

CMLT 3080 explores the ethical and sociopolical issues raised by robots, androids, and autamata through both a survey of representations in literature, film, and critical theory, as well as drawing from modern advances in robotics, artificial intelligence, etc.

Instructor: Becky Sexton

Were myths merely the irrational fantasies of unsophisticated or unenlightened peoples? Or is it possible that they represent a facet of human thinking that is as much with us today as ever? This course will explore these questions and more!


What: CMLT 3190 (57834)

Dr. Mi-Ryong Shim recently participated in “Global Studies”, a panel about humanities research at UGA and beyond as part of the inaugural UGA Humanities Festival.

Congratulations to Dong Yang, a class of 2022 Ph.D. graduate and Graduate Teaching Assistant in Comparative Literature, who has a position at Grinnell College, teaching Chinese language, literature and film Classes!

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