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Spring 2018 Course Descriptions

 COURSES THAT FULFILL MAJOR AREA REQUIREMENTS

Spring 2018

Introductory Courses

ENGL 1900 Adv. Strategies of Rhetoric & Research: multiple sections, consult Banner for details.

ENGL 2250-01 Conflict, Social Justice & Literature| MW 9:00-10:15| Mathys

ENGL 2250-02 Conflict, Social Justice & Literature | MW 11:00-12:15 | Mathys

ENGL 2350-01 Faith, Doubt & Literature | TR 12:45-2 | Stump

ENGL 2350-02 Faith, Doubt & Literature | TR 3:45-5| Rust

ENGL 2450-01 Nature, Ecology & Literature | MWF 10-10:50 | Hildebrandt

ENGL 2450-02 Nature, Ecology & Literature | MWF 12-12:50 | van den Berg

ENGL 2550-01 Gender, Identity & Literature | MWF 10-10:50 | Weliver

ENGL 2550-02 & 02H Gender, Identity & Literature | TR 12:15-3:30 | Evans

ENGL 2550-03 Gender, Identity & Literature | MWF 1:10-2 | Witcher

ENGL 2650-01 Technology, Media & Literature | MWF 11-11:50 | Stiles

ENGL 2650-02 Technology, Media & Literature | TR 11-12:15 | Casmier

ENGL 2750-01 Film, Culture & Literature | MWF 11-11:50 and W 5-7:45 | McIntire-Strasburg

ENGL 2750-02 Film, Culture & Literature | MWF 1:10-2 and W 5-7:45 | McIntire-Strasburg

Distribution Requirements

Area One: Form and Genre

ENGL 3050-01 Creative Writing: Poetry | M 2:10-4:40 | Acker

ENGL 3060-01 Creative Writing: Fiction | TR 12:45-2| Alam

ENGL 3100-01 Creative Fiction: Screenwriting | MW 12:45-2| Mathys

ENGL 3180-01 Film: Alfred Hitchcock | MR 6-8:45 | Acker

Area Two: History and Context

ENGL 3280-01 American Literary Traditions After 1865 | TR 9:30-10:45 | Casaregola

ENGL 3310-01 World Literary Traditions I | TR 2:15-3:30 | Hasler

Area Three: Culture and Critique

ENGL 3520-01 African American Literary Traditions II: After 1900 | TR 12:45-2| Casmier

ENGL 3570-01 Writing Sex in the Middle Ages | MWF 10-10:50 | Perry

ENGL 3660-01 LGBTQ Literature | MWF 11-11:50 | Crowell

ENGL 3740-01 & 01H Medicine & Literature | MWF 1:10-2 | Stiles

Area Four: Rhetoric and Argument:

ENGL 3750-01 Writing About Literature: Introduction to Literary Theory | TR 12:45-2 | Rust - Priority course for English majors.

ENGL 3890-01 Writing Consulting: Forms, Theories, Practice | R 2:10-4:55 | Merys



4000-Level Advanced Seminars

ENGL 4000 Business Writing | Multiple sections and instructors

ENGL 4020-01 History of Rhetoric I | R 2:10-4:55 | Lynch

ENGL 4050-01 Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry | T 2:10-4:55 | Johnston

ENGL 4060-01 Advanced Creative Writing Fiction | TR 11:00-12:15 | Alam

ENGL 4176-01 & 02H Queer Cinema: History, Aesthetics, & Activism | MWF 1:10-2 and M 5-7:45 | Crowell

ENGL 4300-01 Age of Elizabeth | TR 3:45-5 | Stump

ENGL 4350-01 & 17th Century Literature | W 6-8:45 | Sawday

ENGL 4580-01 Major Victorian Authors & Movements: Liberalism(s) & Victorian Lit. | MWF 11-11:50 | Weliver


RIE / English Honors Seminar

ENGL 4350-01 & 17th Century Literature | W 6-8:45 | Sawday


Senior Seminar

ENGL 4940-01 Senior Seminar | TR 2:15-3:30 | Rivers



SPRING 2018 GRADUATE COURSES

ENGL 5020-01 History of Rhetoric I | R 2:10-4:55 | Lynch

ENGL 5110-01 Literary Theory | T 6-8:45 | Grant

ENGL 6350-01 17th Century Literature | W 6-8:45 | Sawday

ENGL 6650 -01 20th Century Postcolonial Literature | M 6-8:45 | Uraizee

ENGL 6710-01 19th Century American Literature | R 6-8:45 | Bush

 

 

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