Fall 2021 Courses

Have questions WLL courses, placement tests, or study abroad?  Email the relevant language coordinator, to set up a Zoom meeting with a faculty member in the program.

To help you plan further ahead, all courses are available to view using the CAS Bulletin or on the All Courses page of our website.

Questions about language placement and/or advising should be directed to the relevant language program coordinator or convener. Visit our Department Administration page for contact info.

To get a sense of what WLL has to offer, take CAS XL 100: Explorations in World Literature: Leaving Home. The course is co-taught, with guest lectures by WLL faculty working in many other languages and literatures.

WLL has launched a new series of courses known as World Cities: Images and Realities. All World Cities courses count towards the Comparative Literature major and fulfill the WLL breadth elective for other majors within the department.