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Course Requirement Lists Winter 2019

PRE-1642

(All of the Pre-1642 courses fulfill the Pre-1830 and/or Pre-1900 requirement as well. Even if the course falls in both period categories, only one requirement can be fulfilled.)

308.001: History of the English Language
Instructor: Toon, Thomas

314.001: Gender and Sexuality Studies
Renaissance Sex Instructor: Traub, Valerie

367.001: Shakespeare's Plays
Instructor: Cohen, Walter

398.003: Junior Seminar in English Studies
Shakespeare's Racial Tragedies Instructor: Traub, Valerie

407.002: Topics in English Language and Literature
Poetry before Print: Medieval Poetry and Manuscript Culture Instructor: Sanok, Catherine

410.001: Middle English
Instructor: Toon, Thomas

450.001: Medieval and Renaissance Literature
Medieval Rebels Instructor: Brandolino, Gina

461.001: English Romantic Literature
Forms of Desire: British Romantic Poetry Instructor: Levinson, Marjorie

465.001: Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
Instructor: Taylor, Karla

PRE-1830

313.003: Literary Studies
Defending Poetry Instructor: Levinson, Marjorie

351.001: Literature 1660-1890
Instructor: Hawes, Clement

403.001: Topics in Language and Rhetorical Studies
Writing the English Revolution: Rhetoric and Regicide in the 17th Century Instructor: Hawes, Clement

AMERICAN LITERATURE

313.001: Literary Studies
Evil and the American Literary Imagination Instructor: Larson, Kerry

313.002: Literary Studies
Doing Time: 250 Years of Prison, Labor, and Race in America Instructor: TBD

319.001: Literature and Social Change
The Literature of Abolition Instructor: Nichols, Dana

320.001: Literature and the Environment
Eco-criticism Instructor: Coyle, Stacy

340.001: Studies in Poetry
The Historical Hinge Instructor: Jordan, A. Van

340.002: Studies in Poetry
Four Modern Poets: Frost, Bishop, Stevens, and Plath Instructor: Larson, Kerry

362.001: The American Novel
The American Novel, Then and Now Instructor: Blair, Sara

373.001: Literature of the Americas
Literature of the Americas Instructor: Nair, Supriya

374.001: African American Literature
Black Collected Poems (Dana Murphy) Instructor: TBD

381.001: Asian American Literature
Asian American Literary and Cultural Production Instructor: Mendoza , Victor

382.001: Native American Literature
Native American Renaissance Instructor: Lyons, Scott Richard

383.001: Jewish Literature
Yiddish in the Americas Instructor: Wall, Logan

398.001: Junior Seminar in English Studies
Taking (I)it Personally Instructor: White, Gillian

407.001: Topics in English Language and Literature
American Sounds: Radio Drama and Comedy 1930-1962 Instructor: Byers, Michael

411.002: Art of the Film
Filming Black American Fiction Instructor: Awkward, Michael

441.001: Contemporary Poetry
Can We Talk to One Another?: Contemporary Poetry in the U.S. Instructor: Gregerson, Linda

447.001: Modern Drama
100 Years of American Drama Instructor: Brater, Enoch

IDENTITY/DIFFERENCE

313.002: Literary Studies
Doing Time: 250 Years of Prison, Labor, and Race in America Instructor: TBD

314.001: Gender and Sexuality Studies
Renaissance Sex Instructor: Traub, Valerie

315.001: Women and Literature
Dramatic Women: Women's Theater, Writing, and Performance (Lauren Eriks-Cline) Instructor: TBD

316.001: Disability Studies
Disability Culture Instructor: Kuppers, Petra

317.001: Literature and Culture
The Social Thriller: Get Out and its Literary and Filmic Ancestors Instructor: Parrish, Susan (Scotti)

317.002: Literature and Culture
Trouble Man: Rhythm and Blues Music, 1965-1985, and the Performance of Masculinity Instructor: Awkward, Michael

319.001: Literature and Social Change
The Literature of Abolition Instructor: Nichols, Dana

332.001: Visual Culture
Race and Visual Culture Instructor: Nichols, Dana

340.001: Studies in Poetry
The Historical Hinge Instructor: Jordan, A. Van

373.001: Literature of the Americas
Literature of the Americas Instructor: Nair, Supriya

374.001: African American Literature
Black Collected Poems (Dana Murphy) Instructor: TBD

375.001: World Literature in English
Race and Economy in Global Literature Instructor: Bakara, Hadji

381.001: Asian American Literature
Asian American Literary and Cultural Production Instructor: Mendoza , Victor

382.001: Native American Literature
Native American Renaissance Instructor: Lyons, Scott Richard

383.001: Jewish Literature
Yiddish in the Americas Instructor: Wall, Logan

390.001: Topics in Literary Criticism and Theory
The Queer Theory of Michael Focault Instructor: Halperin, David

397.001: Honors Junior Seminar
Women and Gender in International Contexts Instructor: Nair, Supriya

398.002: Junior Seminar in English Studies
Islam in Graphic Novels Instructor: Khan, Aliyah

398.003: Junior Seminar in English Studies
Shakespeare's Racial Tragedies Instructor: Traub, Valerie

411.001: Art of the Film
Introduction to Indian Cinema: Bollywood Instructor: Lahiri, Madhumita

411.002: Art of the Film
Filming Black American Fiction Instructor: Awkward, Michael

450.001: Medieval and Renaissance Literature
Medieval Rebels Instructor: Brandolino, Gina

490.001: History of Literary Criticism and Theory
Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory Instructor: Traisnel, Antoine

POETRY

313.003: Literary Studies
Defending Poetry Instructor: Levinson, Marjorie

340.001: Studies in Poetry
The Historical Hinge Instructor: Jordan, A. Van

340.002: Studies in Poetry
Four Modern Poets: Frost, Bishop, Stevens, and Plath Instructor: Larson, Kerry

374.001: African American Literature
Black Collected Poems (Dana Murphy) Instructor: TBD

398.001: Junior Seminar in English Studies
Taking (I)it Personally Instructor: White, Gillian

407.002: Topics in English Language and Literature
Poetry before Print: Medieval Poetry and Manuscript Culture Instructor: Sanok, Catherine

441.001: Contemporary Poetry
Can We Talk to One Another?: Contemporary Poetry in the U.S. Instructor: Gregerson, Linda

461.001: English Romantic Literature
Forms of Desire: British Romantic Poetry Instructor: Levinson, Marjorie