The Department of English offers over courses for undergraduate- and graduate-level students. These courses focus on a diverse array of topics from across the fields of American and British literature; world literature; critical and narrative theory; film, video game analysis and other areas of popular culture studies; rhetoric, composition and literacy; digital media studies; and folklore. We also offer creative writing workshops in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. For complete and accurate meeting days and times for courses of interest, and to register, please visit the Ohio State Master Course Schedule. The master schedule is maintained by University Registrar and includes information about Department of English courses offered across all of our campuses.
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Twentieth Century British Drama. Yeats , Lady Gregory, and J. Synge , W.
Comparative mythology is the comparison of myths from different cultures in an attempt to identify shared themes and characteristics. For example, scholars have used the relationships between different myths to trace the development of religions and cultures , to propose common origins for myths from different cultures, and to support various psychological theories. The comparative study of mythologies reveals the trans-national motifs that unify spiritual understanding globally.