15 July 2016
Paris through its Literature
Considers the uses and effects of overviews, street-level accounts, and underground approaches to describing the city and its inhabitants. Includes visits to the sewers and museums, revolutionary sites and archives, with multiple members of the comparative literature faculty speaking on their areas of expertise.
Examines how experiences of Paris have been committed to the page from the first century to the present.
College and University students. General public.
Fully accredited US curriculum
EUR 0: Courses can be taken for transferable university credit, or at a reduced audit rate (no credit)