Office: Clark 110
Office Hours: 11-11:50 AM MWF
Position: Adjunct Professor
Brian Hull earned his M.A. in English Literature here at Colorado State University in 2010. He specialized in African American Literature and wrote his master's thesis on the playwright August Wilson. While earning the degree, he taught 2 sections of CO 150 composition. Hull then went on to teach American Civilization atUniversite le Mirailin Toulouse, France from 2010-2011. He has lived over three years in France on two separate occasions, teaching English at the university level while working as a professional musician.
As a professor of world literature, Hull brings his fluency in both French and Spanish languages and cultures into class discussions to enrich the texts in translation. His class takes an interdisciplinary approach, integrating literary criticism with philosophy, history, sociology, economics and psychology. As a musician, Hull also incorporates musical tradition as yet another thread in the complex tapestry that can help enrich our understanding of the classics of world literature.
LB 171 - Syllabus
A wide survey of important works of literature in translation dating from the 18th century up until the contemporary era. While simultaneously tracing the evolution of philosophical, cultural, and historical thought, students will be introduced to texts from a wide range of genres such as novels, short stories, plays, poetry, biography and philosophical treatises. The result is a rich introduction to the ornate tapestry of modern literature with all of its complexity, humanity and drama.