Topics in Comparative Literature C: Drama
Area of Study
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Host University Units4
Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4
Hours & Credits
Examination of historical perspectives, movements, forms and major playwrights from different cultures, languages and historical periods.
1. to explore the rich diversity of modern drama by male and female authors from a variety of cultures;
2. to analyze such formal aspects of drama historical such as perspective and influences, movements in contemporary drama, and dramatic form
3. to be able to identify and discuss drama conventions and concerns within context;
4. to be able to develop and sustain a valid literary research paper;
5. to be able to identify and evaluate drama from different perspectives.
Lectures, discussion, tutorials, writing workshops, dramatic readings, role modeling.
- Response Journal (5 entries) 20%
- Essay 1 (3-5 pages) 20%
- Presentation (5-10 minutes) 10%
- Research Analysis (5-6 pages) 20%
- Final Exam (textual analysis) 20%
- Participation 10%
- Liliane Atlan, 1984, Theater Pieces: An Anthology, Volume I.
- Rosenblatt, Louise M. Literature as Exploration. 1965. Noble and Noble, New York.
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