Critical Theory

Graduate students in Comparative Literature or other programs may add a Theory and Criticism emphasis to their Ph.D. degree.

The study of theory and criticism is closely related to the study of literature.  Our faculty and instructors from affiliated disciplines participate in the Theory and Criticism Program, giving doctoral students the option of adding a Theory and Criticism emphasis to their Ph.D. degree.

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Affiliate Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature
Byron W. and Alice L.Lockwood Professor Emeritus of the Humanities, English and Comparative Literature
Professor of Comparative Literature and French
Richard Boyechko in Seattle
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Byron W. and Alice L. Lockwood Professor in the Humanities, Professor of Comparative Literature
Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature
Adjunct Professor of Comparative Literature, Nancy K. Ketcham Endowed Chair in English
Associate Professor Emeritus of French and Comparative Literature
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Professor of English and Comparative Literature
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Graduate Student
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Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Adjunct Professor of Comparative Literature, Byron W. and Alice L. Lockwood Professor in the Humanities, English
Assistant Professor, Lehigh University
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