Courses in English

Fall 2014

ENGL-105 Engaging Literature:  Close Reading

Geoffrey D. Sanborn (Section 01)
Amelia Worsley (Section 02)

ENGL-111 Having Arguments

Michele Barale (Section 01)
Ben Lieber (Section 02)

ENGL-112 Realism

Ben Lieber (Section 01)

ENGL-117 Arthurian Literature

Ingrid L. Nelson (Section 01)

ENGL-119 Modernism 101 or, The Shock of the New

Patrick Pritchett (Section 01)

ENGL-120 Reading, Writing, and Teaching

ENGL-125 Representing Illness

Anston L. Bosman (Section 01)

ENGL-153 New Women in America

Wendy H. Bergoffen (Section 01)

ENGL-180 Film and Writing

Kalisha R. Cornett (Section 01)

ENGL-217 Making Literary Histories

Peter Berek (Section 01)

ENGL-221 Writing Poetry I

Daniel J. Hall (Section 01)

ENGL-226 Fiction Writing I

Amity W. Gaige (Section 01)

ENGL-232 Reading Drama

Anston L. Bosman (Section 01)

ENGL-240 Reading Poetry

David R. Sofield (Section 01)

ENGL-274 Native American Literature:  Decolonizing Intellectual Traditions

Lisa Brooks (Section 01)

ENGL-275 Foundations of African American Literature

Marisa Parham (Section 01)

ENGL-276 Black Feminist Literary Traditions

Aneeka A. Henderson (Section 01)

ENGL-304 Narratives of Suffering

Geoffrey D. Sanborn (Section 01)

ENGL-324 Writing Poetry II

Daniel J. Hall (Section 01)

ENGL-338 Shakespeare

William H. Pritchard (Section 01)

ENGL-342 The Rise of the English Novel

Judith E. Frank (Section 01)

ENGL-343 Nature and the Imagination in the Romantic Age

Amelia Worsley (Section 01)

ENGL-352 Following Faulkner:  Nathanael West, Flannery O’Connor, Joyce Carol Oates, and Toni Morrison

TBA (Section 01)

ENGL-378 Race and Empire:  Film and Literature

Matthew A. Tierney (Section 01)

ENGL-439 Poetry 1914-2014:  The American Century

David R. Sofield (Section 01)

ENGL-441 Medieval and Renaissance Lyric

Ingrid L. Nelson (Section 01)

ENGL-457 Exploring Ralph Ellison's <em>Invisible Man</em>

TBA (Section 01)

ENGL-471 Corporeal States:&nbsp; Body, Nation, Text in Modern African Literature

ENGL-475 Serial Fictions: The Victorian Novel and Contemporary Television

Amelie E. Hastie (Section 01)

ENGL-487 Rhetorics of New Media

Matthew A. Tierney (Section 01)

Related Courses

FYSE-101 Illness and Meaning (Course not offered this semester.)
FYSE-104 Friendship (Course not offered this semester.)
FYSE-106 Things Matter (Course not offered this semester.)
FYSE-117 Big Books (Course not offered this semester.)
FYSE-118 Science Fiction or the Posthuman (Course not offered this semester.)