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ENGL 1315 : Literature and the Financial Imagination
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CRWR-MINOR: Creative Writing
ECWR-BA: English and Creative Writing
ENGBUS-MINOR: English Minor for Business Students
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Literature and the Financial Imagination
Short Course Title
Lit. & Financial Imagination
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Literary studies focused broadly on representations of business, finance, or commerce; the economics of literary production; and/or theories of economic class as they pertain to literary works. Topic, genre, and time period vary by instructor.
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ENGL 1315 Syllabus.doc
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Gen Ed: Humanities
CCAS - GCR: Humanities
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