Department of Comparative Arts and Letters

 

Interdisciplinary Humanities:

The term humanities refers to the study of human intellectual and artistic creativity and the record of human experience as seen in the arts and letters.

The interdisciplinary aspect involves multiple approaches to the visual, musical, performative, and literary arts.

Classical Studies:

Classical Studies examines ancient Greek and Roman cultures, ¬Ětheir languages, literature, history, religion, art, and philosophy.

Comparative Literature:

Comparative Literature is the study of literature in its totality.

Art History and Curatorial Studies:

Art History is the study of visual culture from prehistoric to contemporary times.

Scandinavian Studies:

Scandinavian Studies encompasses the literature, languages, culture, and arts of the Scandinavian countries.