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School of Criticism and Theory

Cornell University

The School of Criticism and Theory (SCT) was founded in 1976 by a group of leading literary scholars in the conviction that an understanding of theory is fundamental to humanistic studies. Today, in an unparalleled six-week summer campus experience, the SCT offers faculty members and advanced graduate students in the humanities and social sciences a chance to work with preeminent figures in critical thought— exploring debates in and across literary studies, political theory, history, philosophy, art, and anthropology; examining the role of ideological and cultural movements; and reassessing theoretical approaches that have emerged over the last fifty years. Cornell also offers participants the resources of one of the great research libraries in the United States.

Contact Information
Alice Cho, Program Administrator
Hent de Vries, Director

Cornell University
School of Criticism and Theory Cornell University
A.D. White House, 27 East Avenue
Ithaca, New York
United States
http://sct.cornell.edu
sctcornell@cornell.edu
(607) 255-9276

Region
North America

Academic Program
Non-Degree
Certificate (includes emphasis, specialization, or concentration)

Year Established
1976

Fellowships and Potential Scholarly Affiliations