Comparative Literature

Comparative Literature is a large and diverse department, offering courses in world literatures and languages, literary theory and interdisciplinary studies. Literature classes include a full range of comparative courses in European literature and culture from Antiquity to the present and in the literatures and cultures of Africa and Asia. Their interdisciplinary courses focus on literature and film, literature and the visual arts, literature and music, and literature and nature.


The Department of Mathematics of the University of Georgia is a vibrant mathematical community and is one of the largest departments at UGA in UGA's Franklin College of Arts & Sciences. The department has particularly active research groups in algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, geometry, number theory and topology.

Willson Center for Humanities and Arts

Founded in 1987 as the Humanities Center and named in 2005 for its benefactors, the Jane and Harry Willson Center for Humanities and Arts promotes scholarly inquiry and creative activity in the humanities and the arts by supporting faculty research grants, lectures, symposia, publications, visiting scholars, visiting artists, collaborative instruction, and public conferences, exhibitions, and performances.