ENGLISH (ENG)

ENG 099 - INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING AND WRITING

This course focuses on the development of college-level reading and writing skills and is designed to help students engage with challenging reading material; to understand, generate and revise writing assignments; to develop strategies for producing clear and organized essays; and to connect with our writing community and resources. Students are advised into ENG 100 using placement scores.

Credits: 3

Course Notes: Placement by test scores.

ENG 101 - COMPOSITION I: CRITICAL READING & WRITING

This course is designed to help students gain competence in analytical reading and writing. Students are engaged in writing as a process of critical inquiry, revision and collaboration and are invited to actively participate in our writing community.

Credits: 3

Course Notes: Placement by test scores or pass ENG 099 or 100.

ENG 102 - COMPOSITION II: INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC RESEARCH

This course introduces students to the process of academic research and engages them in research-oriented writing. Students participate in a series of academic conversations about important issues by learning to locate, evaluate, analyze and present appropriate source materials in their own writing projects.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites: ENG 101

ENG 115 - EXPLORING LITERATURE

This course will focus on a particular topic, genre, or period in order to discover the ways in which literature and its many forms create ways of thinking. Recent topics have included African-American Women and Film, American Satire, Comics and Film, DIY in the USA.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 101

ENG 205 - INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE

Study of Shakespearean drama, including representative works from the major genres (tragedy, comedy, history, romance). Roots of Shakespeare's literary influence; rich imagery, structural sophistication, and verbal virtuosity of the plays. The place of the drama in the political and social spheres of early modern Britain.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 101

Course Notes: or higher placement. Open to freshmen.

ENG 207 - INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE

African American literature is a dynamic resource for understanding numerous individual, communal, and societal needs. This survey will highlight canonical and emerging African-American authors from the 18th- 21st century (e.g. Dunbar, Johnson, Jacobs, Wells-Barnett, Hughes, Fauset, Wright, Hurston, Ellison, Brooks, Baraka, Sanchez, Young, Clifton, Reed, Hemphill, Beatty) through a range of genres, noting African, European, and 'New World' influences. The writer's role in a given community, an artist's aesthetic considerations and unique voice, the function of the arts, and major movements (e.g. New Negro Harlem Renaissance and the Black Arts Movement) will be among the contexts for our study. Satisfies non-Western requirement.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities, Non-western Culture

Prerequisites: ENG 101

Course Notes: Open to freshmen

ENG 210 - BRITISH LITERATURE TO 1789

Survey of British literature in all genres with focus on significant works from the medieval period, the Renaissance, and the Neo-Classical Age. Distinctive characteristics of the works; connections to the traditions of British literature; contributions to the evolution of British culture.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 101

ENG 211 - BRITISH LITERATURE 1789 TO PRESENT

The literary and cultural developments of the Romantic, Victorian, modern, and contemporary eras of British literature. Working with texts from all genres, students explore shifts in literature and aesthetics with respect to social and industrial revolution, imperial advance and decline, and modernity and postmodernity.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 101

Course Notes: Open to freshmen

ENG 212 - AMERICAN LITERATURE TO 1865

Texts from the colonial period through the Civil War; emphasis on the variety of genres--Native American myths, journals and autobiographies, sermons, slave and captivity narratives, public debates, essays, poems, and prose fiction. How the social and historical contexts for these writings defined the emerging cultures of the US.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 101

ENG 213 - AMERICAN LITERATURE 1865-PRESENT

The cultural development and literary experimentation of American writing in the wake of national crisis, through the development of the US as an industrial society, and into the era of global prominence dubbed the "American Century." The wide range of theories, practices, and social meanings of American writing. (3)

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 101

Course Notes: or placement out of ENG 101. Open to freshmen.

ENG 215 - INTRODUCTION TO ETHNIC LITERATURES

Representative works from multiple ethnic traditions. Themes may include cultural preservation and assimilation; intersections of gender, race, and class; narrative forms and identity; and relationships between writers and their communities. Satisfies non-Western requirement. (3) Please click the crn for the description of this course.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities, Non-western Culture

Prerequisites: ENG 101

Course Notes: or placement out of ENG 101.

ENG 220 - INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY ANALYSIS

Close reading of poetry, fiction, non-fiction and drama; introduction to literary theories to develop a critical vocabulary and interpretive strategies for textual analysis. Writing assignments increase awareness of why we read literature, how literary reading relates to other kinds of reading, and what the experience of literature means in our society.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 102

ENG 221 - TEXTS AND CONTEXTS

Application and comparison of critical and contextual approaches to literary study. Close textual analysis within several contextual frameworks. Comparative study of a limited set of literary texts, applying and evaluating various critical approaches and historical/cultural contexts. Awareness of why we read literature and how literary texts relate to other cultural texts.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220 (may be taken concurrently)

ENG 222 - WRITING ABOUT IDEAS

Advanced writing course using literary texts, readings from multiple disciplines, and writing about personal experience to involve students in the production of academic and other kinds of knowledge. Emphasis on revision, organization, argumentation, and style.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 102

ENG 223 - ADVANCED ACADEMIC WRITING

Advanced Academic Writing is a problem-based learning course that addresses a question common to most social justice issues: What will it take to transform specific instances of injustice, environmental degradation, or uneven access to resources and socially powerful institutions? Students are divided into semester-long working groups; with the help of undergraduate Peer Instructors, they research, discuss, and present possible solutions to the problems confronting the class. Students may enroll in any version of the course, including those offered in their major programs. Some sections incorporate Transformational Service-Learning activities.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Grounds for Change

Prerequisites: ENG 102

ENG 310 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITISH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 311 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITISH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 312 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITISH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 313 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITISH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 314 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITISH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 315 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITISH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 316 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITISH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 317 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITSH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 318 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITSH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 319 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN BRITISH LITERATURE

Advanced literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in British literature. Recent topics have included “Non-Shakespearean Early Modern British Drama,” “Crime and Victorian Literature,” “The Rise of the English Novel,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 320 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 321 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 322 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 323 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 324 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 325 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 326 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 327 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 328 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 329 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Advance literature seminars that focus on a period or topic in American literature. Recent topics have included “Early American Narrative Fiction,” “American Renaissance,” “American Realism,” “American Gothic,” “American Road Novels and Film,” “Literature of Chicago” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 330 - POST COLONIAL BRITISH LITERATURE

Anglophone literature of all genres from Africa, the Caribbean, and South Asia in the aftermath of the British Empire. Emphasis on literary response to cultural and linguistic colonization; analysis of national identity, cultural hybridity, and post-colonial subjectivity, and redefinitions of race and gender. Fulfills non-Western requirement.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 335 - TOPICS IN CREATIVE WRITING

Focused and timely courses in the art and craft of creative writing. Recent topics include Creative Writing for Teachers, Poetic Forms and Variations Workshop, and Speculative Fiction Workshop.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 101

Course Notes: Instructor consent

ENG 340 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities, Non-western Culture

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 341 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 342 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 343 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 344 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 345 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 346 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 347 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 348 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 349 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY THEME

Advanced literature seminars dealing with primary literature and theory focused on a particular unifying topic. Recent topics have included “Literature of the Color Line,” “Contemporary Native American Literature.” “Love in Renaissance Literature,” and “Irish Women’s Literature,” “Sexuality and Literature,” “Canadian Literature.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 350 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY GENRE

Advanced literature seminars that concentrate on the properties of genre and the ways in which genre conditions reading. Recent topics have included “Historical Fiction,” “Nineteenth Century American Poetry,” “Autobiography and Memoir,” “Staging Witchcraft Plays,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 351 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY GENRE

Advanced literature seminars that concentrate on the properties of genre and the ways in which genre conditions reading. Recent topics have included “Historical Fiction,” “Nineteenth Century American Poetry,” “Autobiography and Memoir,” “Staging Witchcraft Plays,” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 352 - ADVANCED STUDIES IN LITERARY GENRE

Detailed historical and/or theoretical study of a literary genre. Readings include primary texts and critical/theoretical materials, with attention to literary analysis and research. Topics vary from semester to semester; examples of recent topics include: Modern American Poetry; U.S. Women and Comedy; Restoration Drama.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: or consent

ENG 353 - ADVANCED STUDIES IN LITERARY GENRE

Detailed historical and/or theoretical study of a literary genre. Readings include primary texts and critical/theoretical materials, with attention to literary analysis and research. Topics vary from semester to semester; examples of recent topics include: Modern American Poetry; U.S. Women and Comedy; Restoration Drama.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: or consent

ENG 355 - ADVANCED STUDIES IN LITERARY GENRE

Detailed historical and/or theoretical study of a literary genre. Readings include primary texts and critical/theoretical materials, with attention to literary analysis and research. Topics vary from semester to semester; examples of recent topics include: Modern American Poetry; U.S. Women and Comedy; Restoration Drama.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: or consent

ENG 356 - ADVANCED STUDIES IN LITERARY GENRE

Detailed historical and/or theoretical study of a literary genre. Readings include primary texts and critical/theoretical materials, with attention to literary analysis and research. Topics vary from semester to semester; examples of recent topics include: Modern American Poetry; U.S. Women and Comedy; Restoration Drama.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: or consent

ENG 357 - ADVANCED STUDIES IN LITERARY GENRE

Detailed historical and/or theoretical study of a literary genre. Readings include primary texts and critical/theoretical materials, with attention to literary analysis and research. Topics vary from semester to semester; examples of recent topics include: Modern American Poetry; U.S. Women and Comedy; Restoration Drama.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: or consent

ENG 360 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN A SINGLE AUTHOR

Advanced literature seminars that look closely at the work and career of a single author in relationships to cultural history or other relevant touchstones. Recent topics include “The Fiction of Mark Twain,” “Shakespeare and Film,” “Faulkner, Fitzgerald, and Stein.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 361 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN A SINGLE AUTHOR

Advanced literature seminars that look closely at the work and career of a single author in relationships to cultural history or other relevant touchstones. Recent topics include “The Fiction of Mark Twain,” “Shakespeare and Film,” “Faulkner, Fitzgerald, and Stein.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 362 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN A SINGLE AUTHOR

Advanced literature seminars that look closely at the work and career of a single author in relationships to cultural history or other relevant touchstones. Recent topics include “The Fiction of Mark Twain,” “Shakespeare and Film,” “Faulkner, Fitzgerald, and Stein.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220 or (FILM 201) or FILM 220

ENG 363 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN A SINGLE AUTHOR

Advanced literature seminars that look closely at the work and career of a single author in relationships to cultural history or other relevant touchstones. Recent topics include “The Fiction of Mark Twain,” “Shakespeare and Film,” “Faulkner, Fitzgerald, and Stein.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 364 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN A SINGLE AUTHOR

Advanced literature seminars that look closely at the work and career of a single author in relationships to cultural history or other relevant touchstones. Recent topics include “The Fiction of Mark Twain,” “Shakespeare and Film,” “Faulkner, Fitzgerald, and Stein.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 365 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY AND CULTURAL THEORY

Advanced seminars that study literature and literacy from a particular theoretical perspective. Recent offerings have included “Composition Theory,” “Feminist Theories of Performance,” “Postcolonialism.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 366 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY AND CULTURAL THEORY

Advanced seminars that study literature and literacy from a particular theoretical perspective. Recent offerings have included “Composition Theory,” “Feminist Theories of Performance,” “Postcolonialism.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: or consent

ENG 367 - TEACHING WRITING: THEORY & PRACTICE

This course explores the theory and practice of writing instruction in secondary and post-secondary educational settings, with a special emphasis on the political implications of the choices that teachers make in the writing classroom. Students will explore pedagogies, interview writing teachers, develop assignments, and conduct independent research toward the creation of a personal teaching philosophy.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: WRTG minors should enroll for this course as WRTG 367.

ENG 368 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY AND CULTURAL THEORY

Advanced seminars that study literature and literacy from a particular theoretical perspective. Recent offerings have included “Composition Theory,” “Feminist Theories of Performance,” “Postcolonialism.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 369 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERARY AND CULTURAL THEORY

Advanced seminars that study literature and literacy from a particular theoretical perspective. Recent offerings have included “Composition Theory,” “Feminist Theories of Performance,” “Postcolonialism.” For more details, please click the highlighted CRN number for this course on the specific term schedule.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

ENG 384 - INTERNSHIP IN THE COMMUNITY

Student uses writing or teaching skills as an apprentice outside the University.Placements may include local arts organizations, book and journal publishers, not-for-profit organizations, corporations, museums, or youth and senior centers. Student receives on-site supervision and instruction and also works closely with a faculty advisor.

Credits: 3-6

Attributes: Humanities

ENG 385 - INTERNSHIP IN TEACH LITERATURE

Student is apprenticed to an experienced teacher in an English literature course and participates in class planning and procedures. Construction of syllabus, lesson plans, lectures, writing assignments, and tests supplemented by classroom experience in facilitating discussions and supervising student progress.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: Program approval

ENG 387 - INTERNSHIP TEACH COMPOSITION

Student is apprenticed to an experienced teacher in a composition course and participates in class planning and procedure. Readings in composition theory supplemented by classroom observation and tutoring under supervision of director of composition.

Credits: 3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: Consent of Prog. Chair

ENG 395 - INDEPENDENT STUDY

Directed study arranged one-on-one by the student in consultation with a faculty member.

Credits: 1-3

Attributes: Humanities

Prerequisites: ENG 220

Course Notes: Program approval