Special Topics in Literature: Paradigms of Modern Thought

LIT 690-8

Specialized study of the work of individual thinkers who have modified our conceptions of human reality and social and cultural history, with special emphasis on the form and linguistic structures of their texts considered as 'language experiments.' Topics vary from year to year, including: Marx and Freud, J.P. Sartre, and Walter Benjamin. Instructor: Staff
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring