Course Offerings Fall 2017

WRITING

WRIT-015-05 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor R. Boylan

WRIT-015-06 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor M. Barnett

WRIT-015-07 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor K. Temple

WRIT-015-08 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor J. Lee

WRIT-015-09 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor K. Shaup

WRIT-015-10 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor J. Young

WRIT-015-11 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor L. Fuisz

WRIT-015-12 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor S. Perlow

WRIT-015-13 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor S. Perlow

WRIT-015-14 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-15 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-16 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-17 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-18 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-19 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-20 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-21 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor C. Armour

WRIT-015-22 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-23 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor L. Rifkin

WRIT-015-24 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor N. Tomlinson

WRIT-015-25 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor K. Shaup

WRIT-015-26 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-27 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor S. Day

WRIT-015-28 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-29 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-30 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

WRIT-015-31 Writing and Culture Seminar
Professor TBD

FOUNDATION COURSES

ENGL-090-01 Methods of Literary and Cultural Studies
Professor P. O'Malley

ENGL-090-02 Methods of Literary and Cultural Studies
Professor P. O'Malley

ENGL-091-01 Literary History I
Professor N. Sugimura

ENGL-091-02 Literary History I
Professor N. Sugimura

ENGL-091-03 Literary History I
Professor K. Wickham-Crowley

ENGL-092-01 Literary History II
Professor A. Cohen

ENGL-092-02 Literary History II
Professor A. Cohen

Level One Electives (ENGL 100 - 299)

Level I electives serve as the primary means of immersion into various fields of study in English. No prior knowledge of the field is expected. The majority of these courses count toward the HUMW II requirement.

ENGL-102 Poetry: 1600-2000
Professor D. Wu

ENGL-106 Heroes and Vikings
Professor K. Wickham-Crowley

ENGL-114 Shakespeare and the Other
Professor M. Barnett

ENGL-144 19C British Poetry
Professor J. Pfordresher

ENGL-145 19C British Novel
Professor J. Pfordresher

ENGL-155 US Poetry: Transatlantic Starts
Professor M. Vale de Gato

ENGL-157 Romantic & Realist: 19C US Lit
Professor J. Hirsh

ENGL-159 American Gothic Fiction
Professor N. Tomlinson

ENGL-164 Mod & Cont Poems & Poetics
Professor D. Gewanter

ENGL-168 Lit, Art, & Film of WWI
Professor R. Boylan

ENGL-187-01 Post 9/11 Culture
Professor E. Gorman

ENGL-187-02 Post 9/11 Culture
Professor E. Gorman

ENGL-209 Native American Lit
Professor L. Fuisz

ENGL-233 American Film & Culture
Professor J. Young

ENGL-243-01 Lit & Environmental Crisis
Professor K. Shaup

ENGL-243-02 Lit & Environmental Crisis
Professor K. Shaup

ENGL-247 Action Cinema
Professor M. Noble-Olson

ENGL-250 US Film History
Professor K. Cole

ENGL-247 Action Cinema 
Professor M. Noble-Olson

ENGL-250 U.S. Film History
Professor K. Cole

ENGL-258 Film Noir
Professor M. Noble-Olson

ENGL-259 - Introduction to Game Studies 
Professor A. Phillips 

ENGL-270 Disability Studies
Professor S. Schotland

ENGL-280 Intro to Creative Writing
Professor D. Gewanter

ENGL-282 Creative Non-Fiction Writing
Professor N. Tilden

ENGL-283 Intro to Fiction Writing
Professor G. Henderson

ENGL-284 Intro to Script Writing
Professor J. Glavin

ENGL-290 Writing and the Museum
Professor G. Henderson

ENGL-296 CBL: Reading, Teaching, Social Reflection
Professor J. Hirsh

ENGL-298-01 CBL: Sursum Corda
Professor J. Hirsh

ENGL-298-02 CBL: Sursum Corda
Professor J. Hirsh

ENGL-299 Washington Confidential
Professor M. Corrigan and Professor B. Feinman Todd 

Level Two Electives (ENGL 300 - 459)

Level II electives provide a more intense understanding of a particular field of study. They assume students are proficient at close reading and are able to engage with secondary sources.

ENGL-305 Chaucer
Professor S. McNamer

ENGL-358 Keats and Byron
Professor D. Wu

ENGL-370 US Culture: The Depression Era
Professor B. Hochman

ENGL-402 Fitzgerald & His Circle
Professor M. Corrigan

ENGL-410 Death in the Digital
Professor A. Phillips

ENGL-428 Contexts for Sexuality Studies
Professor D. Luciano

ENGL-455 Experimental Fiction Workshop
Professor J. Fink

ENGL-456 Intermediate Script Writing
Professor J. Glavin

ENGL-457 Advanced Script Writing
Professor J. Glavin

Senior Seminar (ENGL 460 - 499)

These small seminars (capped at 18) are open to senior English majors only. They offer substantial engagement in a particular topic and assume students’ ability to apply critical methodology.

ENGL-464 Senior Seminar: Shakespeare
Professor L. Kaplan

ENGL-484 Senior Seminar: Approaching the Anthropocene
Professor N. Hensley

ENGL-490 Senior Seminar: Reading the Indian Ocean
Professor C. Parsons

ENGL-495 Capstone: Honors Thesis
Professor J. Fink