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Course Requirement Lists Fall 2018

PRE-1642

340.001 : Studies in Poetry
History, Form, Emerging Voices Instructor: Taylor, Karla

350.001: Literature in English to 1660
Major Works of English Literature Instructor: Cohen, Walter

367.001: Shakespeare's Plays
Instructor: Mullaney, Steven

409.001: Old English
Instructor: Toon, Thomas

449.001: Medieval Drama
Drama and Cultural Change Instructor: Tinkle, Theresa

450.001: Medieval and Renaissance Literature
Self and Society in Earlier English Literature Instructor: Taylor, Karla  

PRE-1830

360.001: Rise of the Novel
Instructor:Hawes, Clement

469.001: Milton
Instructor: Trevor, Douglas

470.001: Colonial and Revolutionary American Literature
18th Century American Literature Instructor: Larson, Kerry  

PRE-1900

361.001: Victorian Novel
Instructor: Hack, Daniel

471.001: 19th Century American Literature
19th C American Literature: the Mutability of Value and the Value of Mutability Instructor: Crane, Gregg

AMERICAN LITERATURE

313.004: Literary Studies
Mental Memoirs Instructor: Tinkle, Theresa

314.001: Gender/Sexuality Studies
Narratives of Girlhood Instructor: Tapia, Ruby

315.001: Women and Literature
Modernist Women Writers 1900-1945 Instructor: Zemgulys, Andrea

317.001: Literature and Culture
Arab American Literature Instructor: Mattawa, Khaled

317.002: Literature and Culture
The Literature of Medicine Instructor: Schoenfeldt, Michael

318.001: Genre Studies
Public Poetry Instructor: Ellison, Julie

319.001: Literature and Social Change
What Difference Can a Story Make? Instructor: Portnoy, Alisse

328.001: Writing and the Environment
Environmental Writing Instructor: Coyle, Stacy

335.001: Autobiography
American Autobiography and the Challenges of Writing the Self Instructor: Awkward, Michael

340.002: Studies in Poetry
20th Century American Poetic Cultures Instructor: White, Gillian

362.001: The American Novel
Instructor: Larson, Kerry

374.001: African American Literature
Race, Violence, and Justice: Black Writers Respond 1890-1910 Instructor: Santamarina, Xiomara

383.001: Jewish Literature
Jewish Culture in America: 1954 to the Present Instructor: Levinson, Julian

397.001: Honors Junior Seminar
The Farm, the City, the Suburb, and the Wilderness Instructor: Crane, Gregg

398.001: Junior Seminar in English Studies
Literature in/as Letters Instructor: Knuth, Aric

403.001: Language and Rhetoric Studies
Women's Rhetorics from Suffrage to Slut Walks Instructor: Gold, David

440.001: Modern Poetry
Modernist Poetries in the U.S. Instructor: White, Gillian

470.001: Colonial and Revolutionary American Literature
18th Century American Literature Instructor: Larson, Kerry

471.001: 19th Century American Literature
19th C American Literature: the Mutability of Value and the Value of Mutability Instructor: Crane, Gregg

472.001: 20th Century American Literature
Cold War Kids: Postwar America and the Emergence of Global Youth Culture Instructor: Bakara, Hadji

IDENTITY/DIFFERENCE

313.001: Literary Studies
How To Be Gay Instructor: Halperin, David

313.004: Literary Studies
Mental Memoirs Instructor: Tinkle, Theresa

314.001: Gender/Sexuality Studies
Narratives of Girlhood Instructor: Tapia, Ruby

315.001: Women and Literature
Modernist Women Writers 1900-1945 Instructor: Zemgulys, Andrea

317.001: Literature and Culture
Arab American Literature Instructor: Mattawa, Khaled

317.004: Literature and Culture
Aesthetics of Resistance (Akil Kumarasamy) Instructor: TBD

319.001: Literature and Social Change
What Difference Can a Story Make? Instructor: Portnoy, Alisse

320.002: Literature and Environment
Gender, Sexuality, and the Environment Instructor: Ensor, Sarah

335.001: Autobiography
American Autobiography and the Challenges of Writing the Self Instructor: Awkward, Michael

341.001: Fantasy
Dark Fantasies Instructor: Kuppers, Petra

374.001: African American Literature
Race, Violence, and Justice: Black Writers Respond 1890-1910 Instructor: Santamarina, Xiomara

383.001: Jewish Literature
Jewish Culture in America: 1954 to the Present Instructor: Levinson, Julian

390.001: Topics in Literary Criticism and Theory
Theory of the Global Novel Instructor: Lahiri, Madhumita

403.001: Language and Rhetoric Studies
Women's Rhetorics from Suffrage to Slut Walks Instructor: Gold, David

407.001: Topics in English Language and Literature
Queer Love Instructor: Halperin, David

407.002: Topics in English Language and Literature
Food and Culture Instructor: Nair, Supriya

407.003: Topics in English Language and Literature
The Global Novel and Global Crime Instructor: Lahiri, Madhumita

408.001: Varieties of English
Instructor: Toon, Thomas

449.001: Medieval Drama
Drama and Cultural Change Instructor: Tinkle, Theresa

472.001: 20th Century American Literature
Cold War Kids: Postwar America and the Emergence of Global Youth Culture Instructor: Bakara, Hadji

475.001: Studies in World Literature in English
Empire, Violence, and Narrative in the Asia/Pacific Instructor: Najita, Susan

POETRY

318.001: Genre Studies
Public Poetry Instructor: Ellison, Julie

340.001: Studies in Poetry
History, Form, Emerging Voices Instructor: Taylor, Karla

340.002: Studies in Poetry
20th Century American Poetic Cultures Instructor: White, Gillian

440.001: Modern Poetry
Modernist Poetries in the U.S. Instructor: White, Gillian

469.001: Milton
Instructor: Trevor, Douglas