CT Faculty Announce Fall 2022 DE Courses

CT faculty will be teaching eight Fall 2022 courses that count towards the Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory. These courses reflect the interdisciplinary breadth of the Program, with core and elective options in Anthropology, Comparative Literature, English, History, Italian and Rhetoric.

For more information on spring courses, full course descriptions, and the curricular requirements of the Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory, please visit our Courses page.´╗┐

Fall 2022 Core Courses

Critical Theory 205

  • Comparative Literature 225 | Critical Art, Critical Theory: Modern Poetry and Frankfurt School Aesthetics | Robert Kaufman

Critical Theory 240

  • Rhetoric 240G | Rhetorical Theory and Criticism: Rhetorical Theory | Pheng Cheah

Critical Theory 290

  • Anthropology 250X | Wittgenstein and Anthropology | Charles Hirschkind
  • English 203 | Graduate Readings: Modernism and the Public Sphere | Catherine Flynn
  • History 280D (Law 267.4) | Law & History Foundation Seminar: American Legal History | Christopher Tomlins
  • Italian 235 | Decolonizing the Republic of Letters: Literature and Violence from Columbus to Vico | Diego Pirillo
  • Rhetoric 200 | Classical Rhetorical Theory and Practice: History and Theory of Rhetoric | James Porter
  • Rhetoric 240F | Rhetorical Theory and Criticism: Legal Rhetoric and Philosophy | Marianne Constable