ENGL 4039-007: Critical Thinking in English Studies, Global Indigeneity (Fall 2019)

Instructor: Prof Karim Mattar In this course, we explore literary and cultural works by indigenous writers from around the world in relation to the histories of colonialism and incorporation to which their communities have been subject. Employing a broad comparative framework, and looking into the histories of indigenous communities in...

ENGL 5269: Publishing Workshop (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5269-001 Noah Eli Gordon Provides practical experience in the editorial, design, and business procedures of desktop publishing. Requisites: Restricted to English (ENGL) and English Lit- Creative Writing (CRWR) graduate students only.

ENGL 5239: Fiction Workshop (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5239-001 Elisabeth Sheffield Designed to give students time and impetus to generate fiction and discussion of it in an atmosphere at once supportive and critically serious. Enrollment requires admission to the Creative Writing Graduate Program or the instructor's approval of an application manuscript. Requisites: Restricted to English Creative Writing...

ENGL 5229: Poetry Workshop (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5229-001 Ruth Ellen Kocher Designed to give students time and impetus to generate poetry and discussion of it in an atmosphere at once supportive and critically serious. Enrollment requires admission to the Creative Writing Graduate Program or the instructor's approval of an application manuscript. Requisites: Restricted to English Creative...

ENGL 5529: Studies in Special Topics (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5529-001 Media History: Print Lab, Thora Brylowe ENGL 5529-002 Literature and Culture of WWI, Jeremy Green

ENGL 5169: Multicultural/Postcolonial Studies (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5169-001 Native American and Indigenous Film , Penny Kelsey This seminar examines contemporary, emergent Native North American film and visualities in relationship to cultures and identities, knowledge and epistemic production, time and indigenous futurisms. Cultural narratives and tribal knowledges (i.e., “oral traditions”) have played and continue to perform key...

ENGL 5059: British Literature and Culture After 1800 (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5059-001 The Later Romantics, Jill Heydt-Stevenson This graduate course will explore a central phenomenon during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: the relationship between literature and the fine arts. In their writings, William Blake, Jane Austen, William Wordsworth, Maria Edgeworth, John Keats, Lord Byron, Thomas Love Peacock, Felicia...

ENGL 5029: British Literature and Culture Before 1800 (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5029-001 Medieval Genres, Katie Little The Middle Ages has long been synonymous with "quiet hierarchies," Christian dogmatism, and primitive thinking. And yet, it was also (or instead) a time of great literary invention and experimentation: the beginning of a literature in English, the emergence of new genres, and challenges...

ENGL 5019: Survey of Contemporary Literary & Cultural Theory (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5019-001 Professor Sue Zemka Introduces a variety of critical and theoretical practices informing contemporary literary and cultural studies. MA Designation: Required for 1st year MAs ENGL 5019-002 Professor Julie Carr Introduces a variety of critical and theoretical practices informing contemporary literary and cultural studies. MA Designation: Required for 1st...

ENGL 5003: Intro to Old English (Fall 2019)

ENGL 5003-001 Tiffany Beechy Hwæt! English looked a lot different 1000 years ago. Although it sounds “old,” the history of English has everything to do with how we use the language today. This course provides an introduction to Old English, the ancient ancestor of Modern English (as Latin is the...

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