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Welcome to the home page of the Department of Comparative World Literature and Classics at California State University, Long Beach!

Comparative World Literature and Classics are practical liberal arts majors for developing critical thinking and writing skills, for understanding the core of Global civilization, for developing facility with English, and for cultivating aesthetic and moral sensitivity.

Comparative World Literature is the study of foreign literatures in translation and the relationships among those literatures and between literature and other fields such as art, music, history, philosophy, and theatre. At CSULB, Comparative World Literature also offers a strong focus in cultural studies and mythology as bases for understanding literature and for the ways we see ourselves in a multicultural and global environment.

Classics includes the study of the languages, Classical Archeology, the literatures and the civilizations of the ancient Greeks and Romans and the peoples with whom they had contact. Classics offers the Bachelor of Arts in Classics and minors in Classical Studies, Latin, and Greek. Within the Classics major two options are offered, Roman Civilization and Greek Civilization.

Students interested in graduate school in Comparative Literature, Classics or Classical Archaeology should consult with the departmental advisor as early as possible in their academic careers.

Please explore our website for further information on undergraduate programs and degrees, on possibilities for graduate study in one of our disciplines, on the faculty and their interests and areas of expertise, on our current course listings and descriptions, and on our recommendations for interesting and exciting links.

If you’re interested in majoring in Classics or Comparative World Literature, or getting a Latin Teaching Credential, you’ll find all the pertinent information here. And if you are already a student, please peruse these pages for useful and important information too.

SUMMER 2014 ADVISING HOURS

 Carl Fisher

Chair and Advisor for CWL & CLSC- Please email for advising.

Carl.Fisher@csulb.edu

 

Walk-in Appointments with ATLAS-

Summer Academic Advising

College of Liberal Arts Advising Center

Summer Office Hours

Monday-Thursday:      8:30 am – 12 noon and 1:00 – 4:00 pm

Friday:                           9:00 am – 12 noon and 1:00 – 3:00 pm

PH 1, Room 104

562.985.7804

http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/cla/advising/

Quick Question/Drop-in Advising

• Please consult our website for the drop-in advising schedule as it changes each week due to our commitment at the SOAR program.

• College of Liberal Arts students can schedule individual appointments to see an advisor. Early morning, lunch hour, and evening advising appointments are also available upon request.

• New CLA Transfer students entering CSULB for Fall 2014 will be advised at SOAR.

For further information, please contact us:

Nancy Comito, Office Manager

Department of Comparative World Literature and Classics

1250 Bellflower Blvd., MHB 515

Long Beach, CA 90840

(562) 985-4239 (phone)

(562) 985-4863 (fax)

Dr Carl Fisher and Dr Kathryn Chew at the Major Fair 2009

Dr Fisher and Dr Chew at the Major Fair 2009