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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.

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ENGL 3068: Literature in English 1900-1945, Modernism (Fall 2019)

Surveys major literary trends from 1900-1945 in the Anglo-American tradition, including the characteristics of literary modernism. Covers both prose and poetry, as well as the relationship between literature and history to the close of World War II. Requisites: Restricted to students with 27-180 credits (Sophomores, Juniors or Seniors). Additional Information:...

ENGL 2717: American Indian Literature (Fall 2019)

Surveys historical and contemporary North American Native American literature. Examines the continuity and incorporation of traditional stories and values in Native Literature, including novels, short stories and poetry. NOTE: Fall 2019 - This is a HYBRID course, meaning it will be part in-person and part online. Contact engldept@colorado.edu with any...

ENGL 4685-002: Special Topics in American Literature, Writing Civil Rights (Fall 2019)

Instructor: Prof. Cheryl Higashida Course on literature and culture of the "long civil rights" movement spanning the twentieth century to the present. A central question we'll explore: what is and should be the relationship between art and activism? We will study the relationship between social and cultural movements such as...

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ENGL 1230: Environmental Literature (Fall 2019)

Introduces students to the tradition of nature writing dating from Romanticism through realist and experimental contemporary literary texts. Students will study key terms and concepts related to the environment such as anthropocentrism, bioregionalism, eco-cosmopolitanism, environmental justice, deep ecology, and posthumanism. They will apply them to different literary genres toward developing...

"The Gray Day" by George Grosz (1921)

ENGL 2058-001: Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature (Maymester, Summer 2019)

“For an hour the procession of grotesques passed before the eyes of the old man, and then, although it was a painful thing to do, he crept out of bed and began to write. Some one of the grotesques had made a deep impression on his mind and he wanted...

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ENGL 3060-100: Modern & Contemporary Literature for Nonmajors (A-term, Summer 2019)

Surveys the major literary trends from 1900 to the present in the Anglo-American tradition of modern, postmodern, and contemporary literature. It will provide a basic grounding in two important moments in literary history: modernism and post-modernism. Quite a bit of the focus of the course will be on poetry—we will...

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ENGL 1800-050: 1800 American Ethnic Literatures (Augmester, Summer 2019)

This course explores a range of recent graphic novels, films, comics, cartoons, pictographs, and hieroglyphic texts by ethnic authors/artists portraying ethnic characters. Course readings may include Ben Katchor’s The Jew of New York, Will Eisner’s A Contract with God, Erika Lopez’ Lap Dancing for Mommy, Jaime, Gilbert, and Mario Hernandez’...