Course Offerings

Fall 2022

ENGL 542-01 – Race & Religion in Early Modern Drama

Prof. Lindsay Kaplan

ENGL 596-01 – 19th Century Ecologies

Prof. Nathan Hensley

ENGL 654-01 – Philip Roth, Meta/Autofiction

Prof. Jacques Berlinerblau

ENGL 690-01 – Literature & Commodity Culture

Prof. Lori Merish

ENGL 712-01 – Introduction to Critical Theory

Prof. Seth Perlow

ENGL 741-01 – Hybrid Forms

Prof. Jennifer Natalya Fink

ENGL 895-01 – MA Thesis Seminar

Prof. Daniel Shore

ENGL 895-02 – MA Thesis Seminar

Prof. Sarah McNamer

Spring 2023

Spring 2023 Courses will be added once the Spring Course Schedule is finalized. Please contact gradenglish@georgetown.edu with any questions.

Fall 2021

19C US Literature: Class/American Dream
Professor Lori Merish

Global Modernisms
Professor Nicole Rizzuto

20C Poetry
Professor Mark McMorris

Intro to Critical Theory
Professor Seth Perlow

Digital Approaches to Literature
Professor Rikk Mulligan

Intro to Public Humanities
Professor Kathryn Temple

MA Capstone Seminar
Professor Kathryn Temple

MA Thesis Seminar
Professor Kathryn Temple

Spring 2022

The Early Modern Animal
Professor Daniel Shore

The Culture of the Thirties
Professor Brian Hochman

James Joyce
Professor Cóilín Parsons

Lannan Seminar*
Professor Carolyn Forché

Disability, Art, and Culture
Professor Jennifer Natalya Fink

Approaches to Teaching Writing
Professor Sherry Linkon

* = The Lannan Fellows Program meets during the fall and spring semesters. You must apply and be admitted into the Lannan Fellows Program in the fall semester; after fall semester participation, you will be enrolled in this 3-credit course during spring registration.

Fall 2020

Critical Approaches to World Lit
Professor Sarah McNamer

Shakespeare and Film
Professor Lena Orlin

Literature & the Global South
Professor Cóilín Parsons

Testimonial Fictions & US Latinx Lit
Professor Ricardo Ortíz

Introduction to Critical Theory
Professor Seth Perlow

Approaches to Teaching Writing
Professor Sherry Linkon

MA Capstone Seminar
Professor Matthew Pavesich

MA Thesis Seminar
Professor Amanda Phillips

Spring 2021

Milton & His Readers
Professor Daniel Shore

Katrina Culture
Professor Pamela Fox

African American Lit & Criticism: Race, Place, and Representation
Professor Amani Morrison

Lannan Seminar*
Professor Carolyn Forché

Public Sphere Writing
Professor Sherry Linkon

Queer Memoir: Theory & Practice
Professor Jennifer Natalya Fink

* = The Lannan Fellows Program meets during the fall and spring semesters. You must apply and be admitted into the Lannan Fellows Program in the fall semester; after fall semester participation, you will be enrolled in this 3-credit course during spring registration.