Robert Harvey

Courses Taught


Spring 2018


        CLT 123 — Sex & Sexuality in Literature
                80 undergraduates


Fall 2017

        CLT 609 — The Cleave and Common Grounds
                5 graduates


Spring 2017

        CLT 123 — Sex & Sexuality in Literature
                59 undergraduates


Fall 2016

        CLT 509 — History of Theory & Criticism
                11 graduates

      
Spring 2016

CLT 362 — Writing Crisis
        30 undergraduates

Fall 2015
(on sabbatical leave)
       
        Completed manuscript of Sharing Common Ground.


Spring 2015

CLT 501 — Theories of Comparative Literature (Comparatism)
        7 graduates


Fall 2014
(serving as chair of CAT & head of ELLC Advisory Board)


Spring 2014
(serving as chair of CAT & head of ELLC Advisory Board)


Fall 2013
(serving as chair of CAT)

       CCS 393 — The French New Wave
             35 undergraduates

       CLT 509 — History of Theory & Criticism
             11 graduates


Spring 2013
(serving as chair of CAT)

       CLT 601 — Foucault Fundamentals
             20 graduates

       CLT 599 — L'œuvre de Foucault en français
             5 graduates


Fall 2012
(serving as chair of CAT)

       HUM 123 — Sex & Sexuality in Literature
             120 undergraduates


Spring 2012
(serving as co-chair of CAT)

       HUF 219 — Sex & Sexuality in French Literature
             165 undergraduates


Fall 2011
(serving as co-chair of CAT)

       CLT 509 — History of Theory & Criticism
             7 graduates


Spring 2011
(serving as chair of CLCS)

       HUF 211 — The French New Wave
             50 undergraduates

       ACH 102 — USA PATRIOT Act and Its Legacies
             20 undergraduates


Fall 2010
(serving as chair of CLCS)

       CLT 510 — Contemporary Views of Literature and Culture
             12 graduates


Spring 2010 (serving as chair of CLCS)

       CLT 602 — Pagan Summits: Laughter and Its Part in Literature and Philosophy
             15 graduates


Fall 2009
(on research assignment)

       Editing five texts by Marguerite Duras for the Pléiade edition of her complete works.


Spring 2009


       CLT 362 — Literature & Criticism: A Chicken & Egg Story
             25 undergraduates

       HUF 211 — Just Godard
             33 undergraduates
     

Fall 2008
(on sabbatical leave)

       Completed manuscript of Witnessness.


Spring 2008
(serving as chair of CLCS)

       HUM 123 - Sexuality in Literature
             119 undergraduates

       CLT 607 - Ethics at the Limit of Translation (Major Authors in Comparative Context)
             13 graduates


Fall 2007 (serving as chair of CLCS)

       [teaching duty shifted to Spring 2008]


Spring 2007 (serving as chair of CLCS)

       HUF 211 - "Just Godard"
             23 undergraduates

       "Qu'est-ce qu'un témoin?" seminar, College International de Philosophie, Paris.



Fall 2006
(serving as chair of CLCS)

       HUM 123 - Sexuality in Literature
             249 undergraduates


Spring 2006
(serving as chair of CLCS)

       HUF 211 - French Cinema: The New Wave
             19 undergraduates

       "Qu'est-ce qu'un témoin?" seminar, College International de Philosophie, Paris.


Fall 2005
(serving as chair of CLCS)

       HUM 123 - Sexuality in Literature
             244 undergraduates


Spring 2005
(serving as chair of CLCS)

       CLT 602 - The Imagination and Its Vicissitudes
             12 graduates

       "Qu'est-ce qu'un témoin?" seminar, College International de Philosophie, Paris.


Fall 2004
(serving as chair of CLCS)

      
FRN 441/502 - French "Civilization"
             25 undergraduates + 10 graduates


Spring 2004
(serving as chair of CLCS)

       HUM 123 - Sexuality in Literature
              100 undergraduates

       "Qu'est-ce qu'un témoin?" seminar, College International de Philosophie, Paris.


Fall 2003
(serving as chair of CLCS)

        HUF 211 - French Cinema: The New Wave


Spring 2003 (serving as chair of CLCS)

        CLT 602 - The Witness, Now
            8 graduate students

        "Qu'est-ce qu'un témoin?" seminar, College International de Philosophie, Paris.


Fall 2002
(serving as chair of CLCS)

        HUM 123 - Sexuality in Literature
              110 undergraduates


Spring 2002
(on sabbatical leave)

        "Qu'est-ce qu'un témoin?" seminar, College International de Philosophie, Paris.


Fall 2001

        HUF 211 - Just Godard
             40 undergraduates (including 12 CCS majors and 3 FRN majors)


Spring 2001

        CLT 602 - On the Sublime in Arts and Literatures
             10 graduates in in Comparative Literature, Art History, and English Ph.D. Programs


Fall 2000

        CLT 335 - Shakespeare and Dostoevsky on Film
             15 undergraduates (including 2 CLT majors and 3 CCS majors)

        HUF 211 - French Cinema: French Self-Image in Film
             25 undergraduates (including 1 FRN major)


Spring 2000

        CLT/EGL 266 - The Twentieth-Century Novel
             60 undergraduates (including 8 CLT majors)


Fall 1999

        HUF 211 - French Cinema: The New Wave
             27 undergraduates (including 2 CCS majors and 1 FRN major)

        CLT 604 - Comparative Studies in Genre: "Challenges to Realism"
             16 graduates in Comparative Literature, Hispanic L & L, and English Ph.D. Programs


Spring 1999
(visiting professor at Université de Poitiers)

        LM 1210 - Beaumarchais: Le Mariage de Figaro
             52 first year DEUG de Lettres Modernes (i.e., "Modern French Literature") students

        FR 1240 - Un Irlandais et un Algérien: deux œuvres en français
        (Samuel Beckett, En attendant Godot; Kateb Yacine, L'Homme aux sandales de caoutchouc)
             7 first year DEUG de Lettres Modernes (i.e., "Modern French Literature") students

        LM 3210 - Char et Ponge
        (René Char, Commune présence; Francis Ponge, Le Parti pris des choses and Lyres)
             41 second semester Licence de Lettres Modernes (i.e., first-year M.A. in French Literature) students


Fall 1998

        HUF 211 - French Cinema: The New Wave
            33 undergraduates (1 FRN major)


Spring 1998

        CLT 601 - Seminar in Literary Theory: "Theoretical Approaches to André Malraux"
            4 Comparative Literature and 3 French Doctoral students


Fall 1997

        FRN 211 - French Cinema: Contemporary Film
            30 undergraduates

        FRN 501 - Vicissitudes de l'identité française: 1870-1970
            14 M.A. and M.A.T. (French) and 1 Comparative Literature Ph.D. candidates


Spring 1997

        HUF 211 - French Cinema: The New Wave
             36 undergraduates (2 FRN majors; 6 interested in prospective CCS major)

        HUF 219 - Modern France
             96 undergraduates non-majors


Fall 1996

        FRN 295 - Readings in French Literature: Analysis and Interpretation
            18 undergraduate FRN majors

        CLT 603 - Comparative Studies in Literary History: "Avant-Garde: Inside or Outside History?"
        (crosslisted with FRN 561)
            17 graduates in Comparative Literature, French, Art History, English & Theatre Ph.D. Programs


Spring 1996

        HUM 101 - The Freshman Seminar in the Humanities
            20 undergraduates with undeclared majors

        HUF 211 - French Cinema: Historical Perspectives
        [see FRN 281 infra]
            35 undergraduates


Fall 1995
(on sabbatical leave)


Spring 1995

        FRN 281 - French Cinema: The New Wave
            37 undergraduates; six in Film and Media Arts Minor

        FRN 561 - Images of North Africa
            8 M.A. (French) and 1 Ph.D. (English) graduates


Fall 1994

        FRN 299 - Modern France
            145 undergraduate non-majors

        FRN 390 - Qu'est-ce que la modernité?
            13 undergraduate majors


Spring 1994

        FRN 281 - French Cinema: The New Wave
            40 undergraduates

        FRN 501 - The Socio-Cultural Legacy of May 68 in France
            10 M.A. and D.A. (French) graduates


Fall 1993

        FRN 299 - Modern France
            145 undergraduate non-majors

        FRN 393 - Twentieth-Century French Autobiographical Texts
            15 undergraduate majors


Spring 1993

        FRN 222 - French Stylistics
            17 undergraduate majors

        FRN 281 - French Cinema
            37 undergraduates in Film and Media Arts Minor


Fall 1992

        FRN 221 - French Conversation and Composition
            21 undergraduate majors

        FRN 299 - Modern France
            172 undergraduate non-majors

        FRN 390 - 1870-1970: One Hundred Years of French Civilization
            20 undergraduate majors


Spring 1992

        FRN 561 - Twentieth-Century Autobiographical Texts
            8 M.A. (French) and Ph.D. (Comparative Literature) graduates


Fall 1991

        FRN 221 - French Conversation and Composition (two sections)
            43 undergraduate majors

        FRN 373 - Twentieth-Century French Literature
            9 undergraduate majors


Spring 1991

        FRN 199 - Modern France
            245 undergraduate non-majors

        FRN 281 - French Cinema
            20 undergraduates in Film and Media Arts Minor

        FRN 599 - M.A. Exam Preparation Seminar
            5 M.A. (French) candidates


Fall 1990

        FRN 191 - Intermediate French (I) (two sections)
            50 undergraduate majors and non-majors

        FRN 390 - Les Grandes Étapes de la civilisation française
            15 undergraduate majors


Summer (I) 1990

        FRN 299 - Modern France
            40 undergraduate non-majors


Spring 1990

        FRN 199 - Modern France
            210 undergraduate non-majors

        FRN 373 - The Twentieth-Century Novel
            11 undergraduate majors


Fall 1989

        FRN 191 - Intermediate French (I) (two sections)
            50 undergraduate majors and non-majors

        FRN 561 - The Contemporary French Novel
            10 M.A. (French) and Ph.D. (Comparative Literature) graduates


Spring 1989

        FRN 112 - Elementary French (II)
            32 undergraduate majors and non-majors

        FRN 199 - Modern France
            155 undergraduate non-majors


Fall 1988

        FRN 373 - The Twentieth-Century Novel
            10 undergraduate majors

        FRN 390 - 1870-1970: One Hundred Years of French Civilization
            16 undergraduate majors

        FRN 501 - The Socio-Cultural Legacy of May 68 in France
            8 M.A. (French) and Ph.D. (Comparative Literature) graduates


Summer (II) 1988

        FRN 192 - Intermediate French (II)
            21 undergraduate majors and non-majors


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