English Courses Available Spring Quarter!

4 Mar

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200 B READING LITERATURE Cohen M-Th 9:30
200 C READING LITERATURE Kelly M-Th 10:30
200 D READING LITERATURE (“The Anxieties and Pleasures of Reading Literature”) Anderson M-Th 11:30
200 E READING LITERATURE Ravela M-Th 12:30
200 F READING LITERATURE Rose M-Th 1:30
202 A INTRO TO ENGL LANG AND LIT (Introduction to the Study of English Language and Literature) Cherniavsky MWF 10:30
207 A INTRO CULTURE ST (Racial, Power and Cultural Studies) Patel M-Th 11:30
207 B INTRO CULTURE ST (Introduction to Cultural Studies) Burt MW 2:30-4:20
211 A MID/REN LIT
(Medieval and Renaissance Literature) Speser M-TH 1:30
212 A LIT ENLTMT & REVOLN (Liberal Thoughts) Mahmoud TTh 12:30-2:20
213 A MODERN/POST MOD LITERATURE (Textual Intercourse: Race, Sex, and the Literary in the 20C America) Morse M-Th 10:30
213 B MODERN/POST MOD LITERATURE (Modern & Postmodern Literature) Welsh M-Th 1:30
225 A SHAKESPEARE Willett M-Th 1:30
229 A ENGL LIT: 1600-1800 (The Human Body in the Early Modern Age) Mukherjee M-TH 9:30
230 A ENGL LIT: AFTER 1800 (English Literary Culture: After 1800) Grant M-Th 1:30
242 A READING FICTION (“Not Your Average High School Novel Class: Re-Reading as Critical Practice”) Chang M-TH 8:30
242 B READING FICTION (Fiction, Revision, and Discursive Histories) Lee M-Th 9:30
242 C READING FICTION (Epistemologies of Justice: Crime and the Detective Fiction Genre) Hisayasu M-Th 10:30
242 D READING FICTION (Novel Responses) Terry M-Th 11:30
242 E READING FICTION (“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”: Passing Fiction) Hernandez M-Th 12:30
242 F READING FICTION (Travel and Alterity) Fitzgerald M-Th 1:30
243 A READING POETRY (Oh so American.) Maestas M-TH 10:30
250 A INTRO TO AM LIT (The Land of American Literature) Meyer M-Th 8:30
250 C INTRO TO AM LIT (Introduction to American Literature) Sudhinaraset M-Th 1:30
250 D INTRO TO AM LIT (The Specters of American Literature.) Jaussen M-TH 2:30-3:20
281 A INTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Gross MW 8:30-10:20
281 B INTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Russell MW 12:30-2:20
281 C INTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Casillas TTh 8:30-10:20
283 A BEGIN VERSE WRITING (Beginning Verse Writing) Barrell MW 12:30-1:50
283 B BEGIN VERSE WRITING (Beginning Verse Writing) Kimbrell MW 3:30-4:50
284 A BEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Corbo MW 2:30-3:50
284 B BEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Mohar TTH 1:30-2:50

300 (C Lit) READING MAJOR TEXTS
Staten
302 A CRITICAL PRACTICE (Theme & Narrative Form: How to Combine Cultural Criticism and Formalist Analysis) Kaup TTH 10:30-12:20
302 B CRITICAL PRACTICE Reddy TTH 12:30-2:20
304 A HIST CRITICISM II (History of Literary Criticism and Theory) Cummings TTH 12:30:2:20
313 A MOD EUROPE LIT TRNS (Modern European Literature in Translation) Popov TTH 9:30-11:20
315 A LITERARY MODERNISM (“Material Modernism”) Wayland TTH 10:30-12:20
316 A POSTCLNIAL LIT & CLTR (Postcolonial Literature and Culture) Chrisman TTH 9:30-11:20
317 A LIT OF THE AMERICAS (History and Memory in the Americas) Kaup TTH 4:30-6:20
321 A CHAUCER
Borlik MW 12:30-2:20
323 A SHAKESPEARE TO 1603 (Ungentle Shakespeare) Borlik MW 8:30-10:20
328 A LATER 18TH C LIT
(English Literature: later 18th Century) Stansbury TTH 8:30-10:20
331 A ROMANTIC POETRY I Stansbury TTH 11:30-1:20
333 A ENGLISH NOVEL (“Bad” Women in Early to Mid Nineteenth Century English Novels) Mondal TTH 12:30-2:20
334 A ENGL NOV LATER 19 C (Later Victorian Fiction: Individualism in an Expanding-Systems World) Blake TTH 11:30-1:20
335 A AGE OF VICTORIA (Creative Uncertainty in the Age of Victoria) Mondal TTH 8:30-10:20
335 B AGE OF VICTORIA (English Literature: The Age of Victoria) Butwin MW 7:00-8:50
337 A MODERN NOVEL (The Modern Novel) Wayland TTH 1:30-3:20
345 A STUDIES IN FILM (Women Filmmakers) Gillis-Bridges M 2:30-5:20, TTH 2:30-4:20
346 A STDYS SHORT FICTION (Studies in Short Fiction) George MW 4:30-6:20
350 B TRAD AM FICTION (Traditions in American Fiction) Burt MW 8:30-10:20
352 A EARLY AMER LIT (“American Exceptions”) Feldman TTH 8:30-10:20
353 A AMER LIT LATER 19C (American Literature: Later 19th Century) Griffith M-TH 9:30
355 A CONTEMP AM LIT (Living in Place: Literature and the Environment) Handwerk TTH 9:30-11:20
355 B CONTEMP AM LIT (American Literature: Contemporary America) Liu TTH 10:30-12:20
368 B WOMEN WRITERS (The Mind, the Heart, the Space Between: Women Writers and Emotional Life) Allen TTh 2:30-4:20
370 A ENGL LANG STUDY (What Do We Do When We Speak English?) Webster TTh 11:30-1:20
381 A ADV EXPOSITORY WRIT (Writing War) Feldman TTh 2:30-4:20
383 A CRAFT OF VERSE (was Intermediate Verse Writing) Triplett T 3:30-6:10
383 B CRAFT OF VERSE (MAKING IT NOW) Feld MW 3:30-4:50
384 A CRAFT OF PROSE (was Intermediate Short Story Writing) Abood W 4:30-7:10
384 B CRAFT OF PROSE (was Intermediate Short Story Writing) Abood TTH 9:30-10:50
440 A SPEC STUDIES IN LIT (Fictions of Diaspora) Taranath MW 8:30-10:20
452 A TOPICS AM LIT (American Literature and the Restless Vortex of Community) Abrams MW 2:30-4:20
471 A COMPOSITION PROCESS (The Composition Process) Rounsaville MW 3:30-5:20
473 A CUR DEV ENGL STDIES (Rhetorical Action: Activism and Interventions in the City) Rai TTH 2:30-4:20
483 A ADV VERSE WORKSHOP (THE MANIFESTO IN MODERNIST AND CONTEMPORARY POETRY) Feld MW 12:30-1:50
484 A ADV PROSE WORKSHOP (Advanced Prose Workshop) Slean T 4:30-7:10
490 A STUDY ABROAD PROGM (Study Abroad Program) Burstein
490 B STUDY ABROAD PROGM (Study Abroad Program) Lockwood
490 C STUDY ABROAD PROGM (Study Abroad Program) Modiano
493 B CREATIVE WRIT CONF (Advanced Creative Writing Conference) Wong W 2:30-4:20
495 A HONORS WRITING CONF (Major Conference for Honors in Creative Writing) Sonenberg MW 2:30-3:50
496 A H-MAJOR CONF-HONORS (Major Conference for Honors) Liu TTH 1:30-3:20
496 B H-MAJOR CONF-HONORS (Major Conference for Honors) Kaplan TTH 10:30-12:20
498 B SENIOR SEMINAR (“Real vs. Fake: The Literature of an American Chinatown”) Wong MW 9:30-11:20
498 C SENIOR SEMINAR Foster TTh 9:30-11:20
498 L SENIOR SEMINAR (Closure in Chaucer (and Beyond)) Vaughan TTH 11:30-1:20
498 M SENIOR SEMINAR (JAMES JOYCE’S ULYSSES) Popov TTH 12:30-2:20

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