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Clarice Lispector cancelled

ENGL 2390.401
also offered as: COML 2390/GSWS 2390/LALS 2390/PRTG 0090
T 12-2:59pm


This seminar will focus on the work of Clarice Lispector, the Ukrainian-born Brazilian novelist and short story writer (1920–1977). Particular attention will be paid to the centrality of her work to the development of theories of feminist writing, her influence on Black writers, and adaptations and translations of her writings as examples of international modernism. Students will be responsible for a semester-long project.

English Major Requirements
  • Sector 1 Theory and Poetics (AETP)
  • Sector 2 Difference and Diaspora (AEDD)
  • Sector 6 20th & 21st Centuries (AE20)
English Concentration Attributes
  • 20th-21st Century Concentration (AE21)
  • Africana Literature & Culture Concentration (AEAC)
  • Gender/Sexuality Concentration (AEGS)
  • Literature, Journalism, & Print Culture Concentration (AELJ)
  • The Novel Concentration (AENV)
  • Theory & Cultural Studies Concentration (AETC)
College Attributes
  • Foundational Approach: Cross Cultural Analysis (AUCC)
Additional Attributes