The comparative literature minor incorporates the study of world cultures and their literary texts, examining international and cross-cultural perspectives. It provides the opportunity for students to devise their own individual program of study, drawing together courses from many departments and ideas from around the world.
- Interdisciplinary program involves diverse range of departments
- Brings international perspective to the study of literature
What You'll Study
Explore a multicultural perspective to literary traditions
Interdisciplinary faculty bring multicultural perspective to classroom
As an interdisciplinary program, the minor draws faculty from across University departments including English, modern languages and literatures, religion, human communication and theatre, and political science.
Explore the very countries and areas that influence the literature you study in the classroom.
When You Graduate
A minor that gives graduates an edge in the international marketplace
Graduates recognize that all literary texts exist within the framework of world cultures, giving them a global perspective when they pursue life after Trinity.
Graduates with a minor in comparative literature—many of whom are bilingual or even multilingual—often pursue international opportunities in politics, business, education, and the sciences.
- The sciences
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