Welcome to the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Oregon. We have the oldest doctoral program in Comparative Literature on the West Coast, as well as a unique major for undergraduates, and a dynamic faculty representing disciplines across campus. Oregon is also the home of the principal journal in the field, Comparative Literature, which recently celebrated its sixtieth anniversary.
Comparative Literature features Michael Allan as guest editor
Prof. Michael Allan served as guest editor for a special edition of the Comparative Literature journal:
Reading Secularism: Religion, Literature, Aesthetics Volume 65, Number 3, Summer 2013
Thursday, NOVEMBER 7, 2013
"World Heritage Preservation and the Unworlding of the Subaltern World in Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide"
Pheng Cheah, Department of Rhetoric, UC Berkeley
Jeremiah Lecture Postcolonial Literature as World Literature
Knight Library Browsing Room, 4:00 p.m.
Co-sponsored with the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies
Friday, NOVEMBER 15, 2013
"Two Takes on Modernity: Self-Reflexivity and North Indian Popular Culture"
Comparative Literature Progrma Faculty member Sangita Gopal will deliver her Oregon Humanities Center Work-In-Progress Talk.
Oregon Humanities Center Conference Room, 159 PLC, 12-1