Franklin College Requirement:  One course  

The Franklin College Literature requirement can be satisfied with any English (ENGL) course at the 2000 level, any Greek (GREK) course at the 3000-5999 level or any Latin (LATN) course at the 3000-5999 level or their cross-listed equivalents.

The course must be at least 3 hours and taught at the undergraduate level (1000-5999). Except for Multicultural selections, no course may be used to satisfy more than one Franklin College Requirement.

Additionally, the following courses can fulfill this requirement.

*Courses with an asterisk could be used to satisfy a different Franklin College requirement instead. The student must choose which requirement the course will satisfy.

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

CMLT(AFAM)2600 Multicultural Black Diaspora Literature 

ENGL(AFAM)3230 Development of African American Literature

CMLT(AFAM)(AFST)(GEOG)(LACS)4260 The Black and the Green Atlantic: Crosscurrents of the African and Irish Diasporas

AFRICAN STUDIES

CMLT(AFST)3150 Introduction to Modern African Literature

CMLT(AFST)3151 Introduction to Modern African Drama

CMLT(AFST)(ANTH)4245 Oral Literature in Africa

CMLT(AFAM)(AFST)(GEOG)(LACS)4260 The Black and Green Atlantic: Crosscurrents of the African and Irish Diasporas

CMLT(AFST)4880 The Origins of African Literature

CMLT(AFST)4890 Postcolonial African Literature

ANTHROPOLOGY

CMLT(ANTH)3180 Introduction to East Asian Cultures

CMLT(ANTH)3190 Myth in Culture

CMLT(ANTH)3240 The Gypsies: The Last Nomads of the Modern World

CMLT(ANTH)3241 (not currently offered)

CMLT(AFST)(ANTH)4245 Oral Literature in Africa

CLASSICAL CULTURE

CLAS1000 Greek Culture

CLAS1000H Greek Culture (Honors)

CLAS1010 Roman Culture

CLAS1010H Roman Culture (Honors)

CLAS1020 Classical Mythology

CLAS1020H Classical Mythology (Honors)

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

CMLT2060 Introduction to the Chinese Civilization

CMLT2111 World Literature from Ancient Times to the Modern Period

CMLT2210 Western World Literature from Ancient Times to the Early Modern Period

CMLT2212 World Literature from the Early Modern Period to the Present

CMLT2220 Western World Literature from the Early Modern Period to the Present

CMLT2250H Western World Literature from Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (Honors)

CMLT2260H Western World Literature from the Seventeenth Century to the Present (Honors)

CMLT2270H World Literature from Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (Honors)

CMLT2280H World Literature from the Seventeenth Century to the Present (Honors)

CMLT2300 World Literature East and West

CMLT2310 World Literature North and South

CMLT2320H World Literature East and West (Honors)

CMLT2330H World Literature North and South (Honors)

CMLT2400 Asian-American Literature

CMLT2410H Asian-American Literature (Honors)

CMLT2500 Comparative Ethnic American Literatures

CMLT(AFAM)2600 Multicultural Black Diaspora Literature

CMLT2610H Multicultural Black Diaspora Literature (Honors)

CMLT2800 Literature and Medicine

CMLT3000 Masterpieces of the Indian Tradition

HONS(CMLT)3010H Honors Research Methods

CMLT3040 Special Topics in Comparative Literature

CMLT3080 Playing with Robots: Literary Representations of Automata and Intelligent Machines

CMLT3100 Science Fiction and Fantasy

CMLT3110 Literature of the Self

CMLT3140 Women Writers of the East and West

CMLT(AFST)3150 Introduction to Modern African Literature

CMLT(AFST)3151 Introduction to Modern African Drama

CMLT3160 Myth and Oral Tradition

CMLT3170 Detective Fiction

CMLT(ANTH)3180 Introduction to East Asian Cultures

CMLT(ANTH)3190 Myth in Culture

CMLT3200 Contemporary World Literature

CMLT3210 Ecocriticism

CMLT3220 Women and Writing in East Asia

CMLT(ANTH)3240 The Gypsies: Last Nomads of the Modern World

CMLT(ANTH)3241 (not currently offered)

CMLT(HIST)3245 World History and Fiction

CMLT3250 Children’s Literature

CMLT3280 East Asian Thought

CMLT3400 Introduction to East Asian Civilizations I

CMLT3600 Gods, Ghosts, and Demons in East Asian Literature

CMLT3650 Introduction to East Asian Civilization II

CMLT3680 East Asian Culture

CMLT3680H East Asian Culture (Honors)

CMLT4010 Approaches in Comparative Literature

CMLT4030 Intercultural Studies for a Global Age

CMLT4040 Jewish Literature

CMLT4050 Literature and the Natural Environment

CMLT4070 Science and Literature in the Renaissance

CMLT4080 Madness, Monsters, and Monks: Romantic European

CMLT4081 (not currently offered)

CMLT4082 (not currently offered)

CMLT4090 Rethinking Poetry in the Modern World

CMLT4100 Philosophy and Literature in the Seventeenth Century

CMLT4110 From Epic to Courtly Love in the Middle Ages

CMLT4120 Enlightenment and Revolution in European Literature

CMLT4150 Global Encounters Through Fiction

CMLT4160* The Bible in Western Literature and Art

CMLT4170 Israel or Palestine? Culture and Conflict in the Middle East

CMLT4190 Buddhism and Western Literature

CMLT4200* Literature and the Visual Arts

CMLT4210* Literature and Cinema

CMLT4220* East Asian Cinema

CMLT4230* African Cinema

CMLT(AFST)(ANTH)4245 Oral Literature in Africa

CMLT4250 Folk Art and Political Theater: World Drama

CMLT(AFAM)(AFST)(GEOG)(LACS)4260 The Black and Green Atlantic: Crosscurrents of the African and Irish Diasporas

CMLT4270 Transnational Literatures

CMLT4300 Modernism and Postmodernism

CMLT4320 (not currently offered)

CMLT4350 Literature in the Industrial Age

CMLT4400 East Central European Literature and Culture

CMLT4440H Literature and Medicine (Honors)

CMLT4444 Literature and Medicine

CMLT4510 Literature and Music

CMLT4600* Survey of East Asian Literature I

CMLT4610 Survey of East Asian Literature II

CMLT4620 East Asian Novel

CMLT4630* Holocaust Literature and Film

CMLT4680 Law and Culture in East Asia

CMLT4690 Markets, Merchants, and the World of Trade in China

CMLT4875 (no longer offered)

CMLT(AFST)4880 The Origins of African Literature

CMLT(AFST)4890 Postcolonial African Literature

CMLT4895 (not currently offered)

ENGLISH

All 3-hour ENGL courses at the 2000-level

ENGL3007 Spy Fiction

ENGL3050 Introduction to Poetry

ENGL3050H Introduction to Poetry (Honors)

ENGL3055 Poetry and Popular Song

ENGL(AFAM)3230 Development of African American Literature

ENGL(LACS) 3250 Latinx Literature

ENGL3300 Women in Literature

ENGL3320 Shakespeare and His World

ENGL3330 Literature and Human Rights

ENGL3400 Literature and Evolution

ENGL3410 Literature and Media

ENGL3420 Literature and the Mind

ENGL3430 Literature and Childhood

ENGL3440 Literature and Philosophy

ENGL3450 Literature and War

ENGL 3460 Literature and Utopia

ENGL3500 Jane Austen’s World

ENGL3530/3530W Introduction to Victorian Studies

ENGL3610 Introduction to Fiction

ENGL3610H Introduction to Fiction (Honors)

ENGL3650 Introduction to Drama

ENGL3650H Introduction to Drama (Honors)

ENGL3820W Critical Approaches to Literature

ENGL3880S The Modern Civil Rights Movement in Literature and Culture

ENGL3892S Literature in the Library

FRENCH

FREN3030 Introduction to French Literature

FREN3030H Introduction to French Literature (Honors)

FREN4050 French Literature and Culture to 1700

FREN4060 French Literature and Culture 1700-1900

FREN4070 French and Francophone Literature and Culture Since 1900

FREN4080 Studies in French Literature and Culture

FREN4120 Topics in French Culture, Language, and Literature

GEOGRAPHY

CMLT(AFAM)(AFST)(GEOG)(LACS)4260 The Black and Green Atlantic: Crosscurrents of the African and Irish Diasporas

GREEK

All 3-hour, 3000-5999 GREK courses

GERMAN

GRMN3120 German Courtly Literature

GRMN3410  Revolution, Revolt, and Nationlism in the Nineteenth Century

GRMN3420 The German Romantic Age

GRMN3600H Heroic Literature (Honors)

GRMN3610 Discourses of Post-War Literature

GRMN3620H The Wild Berlin of Bertolt Brecht (Honors)

GRMN3625 Post-War Women Writers

GRMN3630 Memory, History, Narrative

GRMN3710 The Wall

GRMN3810 Literature in Music, Music in Literature

GRMN3830 Children's and Youth Literature

GRMN3840 The Jewish Experience in German Culture

GRMN3870 The German Fairy Tale Tradition

GRMN3875 German Fairy Tales

GRMN4015 Magic, Monsters, and the Occult in German Literature

GRMN4020 Theory and Practice of German Theater

GRMN4310 Germany and the French Revolution

GRMN4410 The Holocaust in German Literature and Film

GRMN4610H Elective Affinities: Literature and Philosophy in Dialogue (Honors)

GRMN4710 Vienna: Literature, Art, Music, Culture

HISTORY

CMLT(HIST)3245 World History and Fiction

HONORS

HONS(CMLT)3010H Honors Research Methods

ITALIAN

ITAL2500 Italian Culture

ITAL4030 Topics in the Literature and Culture of Italy

ITAL4050 Italian Literature and Culture from its Origins to 1400

ITAL4060 Italian Literature and Culture from 1400 to 1700

ITAL4070 Italian Literature and Culture from 1700 to the Present

ITAL4120 Topics in Italian Culture, Language, and Literature

LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES

ENGL(LACS) 3250 Latinx Literature

CMLT(AFAM)(AFST)(GEOG)(LACS)4260 The Black and Green Atlantic: Crosscurrents of the African and Irish Diasporas

LATIN

All 3-hour, 3000-5999 LATN courses

LINGUISTICS

LING2100* The Study of Language

LING2100H* The Study of Language (Honors)

PORTUGUESE

PORT4080 Studies in Culture and Literature of the Portuguese-Speaking World

PORTUGUESE AND SPANISH

PTSP2550 Introduction to Ibero-American Language, Literature, and Culture

RELIGION

RELI4001* Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Literature

RELI4080* New Testament Literature

ROMANCE LANGUAGES

ROML2550 Latino Literature, Language, and Culture

ROML3000 Topics in Romance Languages

RUSSIAN

RUSS2010 Russian for Heritage Speakers

RUSS2150 Madness, Desire, and Death in 19th-Century Russian Culture and Literature

RUSS3400 The Stuff of the Soul: Dostoevsky’s Prose and its Aesthetic and Ethical Influence

RUSS4040* Tolstoy on Page and Screen

RUSS4050 Nineteenth-Century Russian Prose in English Translation

RUSS4060 Twentieth-Century Russian Prose in English Translation

RUSS4070 Russian Emigre Writers

RUSS4080 Nabokov

RUSS4090 Russia through the Eyes of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky

RUSS4250 Pushkin

RUSS4260 Masterpieces of Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature

RUSS4270 Masterpieces of Twentieth-Century Russian Literature

RUSS4280 Chekhov

RUSS4290 Politically Incorrect: Contemporary Russian Literature, Art, and Cinema

SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

SLAV2200 Kind of Human: Animals, Children, and Robots in Russian and East European Literature and Art

SPANISH

SPAN2550 Latino Literature, Language, and Culture

SPAN3030 Introduction to Literature

SPAN3030H Introduction to Literature (Honors)

SPAN3040 Introduction to Analysis of Hispanic Cultures

SPAN4040 Spanish Literature and Culture from the Middle Ages through the Baroque

SPAN4050 Spanish Literature and Culture from the Enlightenment through the Present

SPAN4060 Spanish-American Literature and Culture from the Colonial Period through the Independence Period

SPAN4070 Spanish-American Literature and Culture from Modernism through the Present

SPAN4080 Studies in Hispanic Literature and Culture

SPAN4120 Topics in Hispanic Culture, Language, and Literature

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