Conan O'Brien | Committee on Degrees in History & Literature

Study Abroad: History and Literature strongly encourages study abroad for one term of the junior year. Students who study abroad take only one term of junior tutorial, though they must still complete the junior essay and 14 total concentration half-courses.

History and Literature | Harvard College Handbook for …

 * History and Literature participates in joint concentrations only as the primary field.

Harvard University - Department of Comparative Literature

History and Literature 97 (one term), 98r (two terms), and 99 (full year). With the permission of the director of studies, concentrators may be allowed to take History and Literature 91r for credit in any term.

Senior Thesis Writing Guides | Harvard Writing Project

History and Literature 97 (one term), 98r (two terms), and 99 (full year). With the permission of the director of studies, concentrators may be allowed to take History and Literature 91r for credit in any term.

Guide to the ALM Thesis - Harvard University

Literature Thesis | Custom Literature Dissertation Writing

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The History and Literature Senior Thesis - Studypool

In the spring of sophomore year each student submits a full Plan of Concentration to members of the Committee on Instruction for approval. Revised Plans are submitted in the junior and senior years. A list of the courses that count in the various fields is available in the office and on the web. Courses in the history of philosophy, government, economics, history of art and architecture, or subjects related in chronology, geography, or method to the student’s special field may be accepted for concentration credit by the Committee on an individual basis.

The History and Literature Senior Thesis

Senior Thesis: 10,000–15,000 words. Required of all concentrators. A student enrolled in History and Literature 99 who does not complete a thesis can receive credit for this course only by completing a paper in the relevant field.

Past Thesis Topics - Harvard University

Featuring over 140 Chinese and non-Chinese contributors from throughout the world, this landmark volume explores unconventional forms as well as traditional genres—pop song lyrics and presidential speeches, political treatises and prison-house jottings, to name just a few. Major figures such as Lu Xun, Shen Congwen, Eileen Chang, and Mo Yan appear in a new light, while lesser-known works illuminate turning points in recent history with unexpected clarity and force. Many essays emphasize Chinese authors’ influence on foreign writers as well as China’s receptivity to outside literary influences. Contemporary works that engage with ethnic minorities and environmental issues take their place in the critical discussion, alongside writers who embraced Chinese traditions and others who resisted. Writers’ assessments of the popularity of translated foreign-language classics and avant-garde subjects refute the notion of China as an insular and inward-looking culture.

History and Literature - Harvard University

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Part History, Part Literature | Harvard Magazine

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