Welcome back to Comparative Literature at King's
The Comparative Literature Programme was founded in 2002 and established as a Department in 2014. Over the years, we have grown into a broader and more varied department than we could have imagined. We have continued to develop our expertise in the languages and literatures of Europe and the ancient world: we offer teaching and research in Italian literature (for the first time at King's since the 19th century) and in literature and the visual arts. The Comparative Literature Department has also become truly global, with staff specialising in the literatures of South Asia, China, Africa, Australia, and the Middle East. Our growing community of alumni is an essential part of this success story, and a key part of our community.
Comparative Literature alumni group
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