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Courses: Winter 2022

All Winter 2022 Courses: Listed by Catalog Number

 

140.001 | Nichols |  Race in the Age of Trump  (R&E)

140.002  | Portnoy | Our Hero's: What's the Story?  (R&E)

140.003  | Lyons | Totalitarianism and Literature

201.001 | Valella | Introduction to Latinx Literature of the United States 

203.001 | Portnoy | Rhetoric and Rights: Language and Power in U.S. Civil Rights Movement  (R&E)

214.001 | Ensor | Trans* and Queer Contemporary Poetry

215.001 | Tapia | Narratives of Girlhood 

230.001 | Balachander | Constructing Asian American Stories

230.002 | Puckett | Monstrous Bodies in Horror Fiction

232.001 | Hartley | Documented/Undocumented 

240.001 | Duan | Documentary Poetry

244.001 | Beer | Great Lakes Writers Corp Part I

270.001 | Cohen | Race and American Fiction (R&E)

285.001 | J. Miller | American Refugees: The Shifting Borders of Fiction

290.001 | Fitzgerald | Antifascist Theater 

292.001 | Brandolino | Creepy Kids (mini course - first half term) 

292.001 | Brandolino | Creepy Kids (mini course - second half term)

292.003 | Desai | Headlines, Pitching and How to Build a Skill Set for a Career in Journalism

292.004 | Chamberlin | The Art of Flash Fiction: A Mini Course on Micro Fiction (first half term)

292.005 | Chamberlin | The Art of Flash Fiction: A Mini Course on Micro Fiction (second half term)

292.006 | Knuth | Poetry and Sound (mini course - first half term) 

292.007 | Knuth | Poetry and Form (mini course - second half term)

293.001 | Brater | HAMLET, HAMLET, HAMLET (mini course - first half term) 

293.002 | Brater | Art and Activism in Four Plays by Arthur Miller (mini course - second half term)

298.002 | Kupetz | Intro to Literary Studies

298.003 | Nair | Intro to Literary Studies: On Being Human 

298.005 | Valella | Intro to Literary Studies: Identity/Crisis: Under-One-Roof Narratives

307.001 | Sweeney | Threads: What Does Clothing Have to Do with Race, Culture, Politics, and the Environment? (I/D)

313.001 | Makman | Children's Literature & the Invention of Modern Childhood 

313.002 | Lyons | The Catholic Novel

313.003 | Schey | The Literature and Theory of Political Despair  (I/D, P)

316.001 | Kupetz | Literary Disability Studies Beyond Representation (I/D)

317.001 | Parrish | The Social Thriller: Get Out and Its Literary and Filmic Ancestors  (AL, I/D)

317.003 | Makhdoumian | Armenian Relationality: Diasporas Old, New, and in the Making (I/D)

318.001 | Hawes | Sexuality on the English Stage: Pleasure and Comedy, 1660-1789 (Pre18)

319.001 | Nichols | Abolition Literature (Pre19, AL, I/D)

320.001 | Soberano | Ecological Empire: Environment and Colonialism in 19th Century British Literature (Pre19, I/D)

322.001 | Hinken | Community Journalism: The Art and Practice of Narrative

Click here to view course website: English 322: Community Journalism

332.001 | Nichols | Race and Visual Culture (R&E, AL, I/D)

340.001 | White | Poetry and Race (AL, I/D, P)

340.002 | Ensor | Four Contemporary Poets and their Surrounds (AL, I/D, P) 

341.001 | Makman | Fantasy (AL, I/D)

344.001 | Sabatini Sloan | Longform Storytelling and the Podcast

346.001 | Fitzgerald | LGBTQ+ Theater in the US: The Theater of the Ridiculous and Its Camp Legacies (AL, I/D)

351.001 | Porter | The Modern Self and its Critics (Pre18)

361.001 | Hartley | Not the Victorian Novel: Bestsellers and the Creative Industries (Pre19)

364.001 | Wilson | Networks of the Contemporary Novel (AL)

367.001 | Cohen | Class and Power in Shakespeare's Plays (Pre16)

373.001 | Nair | Remapping the Americas (AL, I/D) 

374.001 | Santamarina | Black Writers Respond: Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century African-American Literature (AL, I/D)

375.001 | Bakara | Race and Economy in Global Lit (R&E, I/D)

384.001 | Khan | Caribbean Women Writers (R&E, I/D)

390.001 | Traisnel | How to Save the Planet: Fictions of Climate Disaster and Preservation (AL, I/D)

403.001 | Gold | Dangerous Women: Feminist Activism in the Progressive Era (I/D)

407.001 | Sanok | The Uncertain Future of Medieval Romance (Pre16, I/D)

407.003 | Traub | Renaissance Sex (Pre16, I/D)

407.005 | Clark | Pathless Places in Old English Literature (Pre16, P)

408.001 | Toon | Varieties of English

410.001 | Toon | Middle English (Pre16)

420.001 | Orr | Disabilities Past (Pre19, I/D)

440.001 | White | Modernist Poetries in the U.S. (AL, P)

442.001 | Chakraborty | Unruly Feelings (I/D, P) 

447.001 | Brater | 100 Years of American Drama (AL)

450.001 | Brandolino | Medieval Rebels (Pre16, I/D)

452.001 | Hack | Reading for the Plot (Pre19)

461.001 | Schey | Romantic Poetry (Pre18, P)

469.001 | Gregerson | World Breaking Apart: The Poetry of John Milton (Pre18, P)

470.001 | Orr | Frontiers and Borderlands (AL, Pre18)

 

Pre-1642 (Pre16) - Pre-1830 (Pre18) - Pre-1900 (Pre19) - American Literature (AL)

Identity & Difference (I/D) - Poetry (P) - Race and Ethnicity (R&E)

*Please note: Multiply listed courses can satisfy up to two major requirements of your choosing. Courses cannot satisfy more than two major requirements.