Comparative Literature at South Carolina is an interdisciplinary program in the department
of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. The Comparative Literature program invites
students to examine literature from a multitude of different perspectives. The MA
and Ph.D. programs are built around a core curriculum grounded in the history of literary
criticism and theory.
Why Study Comparative Literature?
Once you have a foundation in comparative literature, we encourage you to begin developing
your own degree path and research agenda. This freedom allows you to explore exciting
and innovative ways to study language, literature, art and culture in a way that speaks
to your own passions and interests.
Upcoming conferece: 2018 Conference - 1968 in Global Perspectives
Our 20th annual comparative literature conference will be held February 15th - 17th,
2018. Read the conference announcement, or register here.