Undergraduate Courses for Spring, 2018

Course No. Links to Expanded Course Description (if available)

Crs No.CRNInstructorClass HoursLocationEnr.
10A-161657Chaganti, SeetaTR 1:40-3:0030
 Literatures in English I: to 1700
10A-261658Branciforte, JoshuaTR 3:10-4:3030
 Literatures in English I: to 1700
10A-381962Gray, JessicaMWF 11:00-11:5030
 Literatures in English I: to 1700
10B-161659Frederickson, KathleenTR 10:30-11:5030
 Literatures in English II: 1700-1900
10B-261660Ziser, MichaelTR 1:40-3:0030
 Literatures in English II: 1700-1900
10B-361661Roy, ParamaTR 12:10-1:3030
 Literatures in English II: 1700-1900
10B-481963Martel, MichaelMWF 10:00-10:5030
 Literatures in English II: 1700-1900
10C-161662Clover, JoshuaMWF 12:10-1:0030
 Literatures in English III: 1900-Present
10C-261663Fountain, AimeeMWF 9:00-9:5030
 Literatures in English III: 1900-Present
10C-381964Kissinger, ZacharyTR 12:10-1:3030
 Literatures in English III: 1900-Present
10C-481965Hintze, ThomasTR 4:40-6:0030
 Literatures in English III: 1900-Present
4461665Townsend, JacindaTR 4:40-6:00120
 Introductory Topics in Fiction (Topic: Time and Place as Contextual Tool: Use of Setting in Fiction)
100FSTAFFMW 12:10-1:30248 Voorhies17
 Creative Writing: Fiction
100FACorin, LucyW 3:10-6:00308 Voorhies12
 Creative Writing: Advanced Fiction
100NFSTAFFTR 10:30-11:50248 Voorhies17
 Creative Writing: Nonfiction
100PSTAFFTR 1:40-3:00308 Voorhies17
 Creative Writing: Poetry
100PAWenderoth, JoeW 3:10-6:00248 Voorhies12
 Creative Writing: Advanced Poetry
10781967Frederickson, KathleenTR 3:10-4:3077
 Freedom of Expression
110BMenely, TobiasTR 9:00-10:2077
 Introduction to Modern Literary and Critical Theory
   -A0161778     STAFFR 6:10-7:00pm
   -A0261779     STAFFR 6:10-7:00pm
   -A0361780     STAFFT 8:00-8:50am
   -A0461781     STAFFT 8:00-8:50am
113AChaganti, SeetaTR 10:30-11:5077
 Chaucer: Troilus and "Minor" Poems
   -A0161782     STAFFT 6:10-7:00pm
   -A0261783     STAFFT 6:10-7:00pm
   -A0361784     STAFFR 8:00-8:50am
   -A0461785     STAFFR 9:00-9:50am
12081968Hsu, HsuanMWF 11:00-11:5077
 Law & Literature
13361791Roy, ParamaTR 3:10-4:3077
 19th Century British Literature
14381969Thomas, GeorgeTR 12:10-1:3077
 19th Century American Literature to the Civil War
14661793Kitses, JasmineMWF 2:10-3:0049
 American Literature 1900-1945
149-161794Kitses, JasmineMWF 12:10-1:0030
 Topics in Literature (Topic: SERIALS: Literary Works, Piece by Piece)
149/163Simpson, David0
 LONDON ABROAD
150ABloom, GinaTR 12:10-1:3049
 British Drama to 1800 (Topic: Gender & Sexuality in the Drama of Shakespeare's Contemporaries)
   -A0181970     STAFFT 6:10-7:00pm
   -A0281971     STAFFT 7:10-8:00pm
15481972Milburn, ColinTR 3:10-4:3077
 The Graphic Novel
155A81973Johns, AlessaTR 1:40-3:0077
 18th Century British Novel
16082533Stratton, MatthewTR 1:40-4:3077
 Film as Narrative
16561801Ronda, MargaretTR 3:10-4:3030
 Topics in Poetry (Topic: The Poetry of Everyday Life)
16881974Wenderoth, JoeMWF 1:10-2:0077
 20th Century American Poetry
17361803Ziser, MichaelTR 10:30-11:50120
 Science Fiction
17761805Clearwater, MichaelMWF 3:10-4:0030
 Study of an Individual Author (Topic: Leslie Marmon Silko)
181B61806Heard Mollel, DanielleTR 4:40-6:0077
 African American Literature 1900-present
18281977Ronda, MargaretTR 12:10-1:3077
 Literature of California
18681978Freeman, ElizabethMWF 11:00-11:50120
 Literature, Sexuality, & Gender
188A81979Menely, TobiasTR 12:10-1:30308 Voorhies15
 Topics in Literary and Critical Theory (Topic: Weird Nature)
18961812Miller, ElizabethTR 4:40-6:00248 Voorhies15
 Seminar in Literary Studies (Topic: The Novel Goes Underground: Stories of Buried Treasure and Extraction Ecology)
198Bloom, GinaTBA25