Toronto to Close Noted Comparative Literature Center

July 14, 2010

The University of Toronto is closing its Center for Comparative Literature as part of a plan to save money and consolidate certain areas in the humanities, The Globe and Mail reported. While the university says that the changes reflect the way comparative literature has entered the academy broadly, negating the need for a free-standing center, many scholars disagree and argue that a key program is being lost.

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