Undergraduate Courses for Fall, 2018

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Current Schedule for Fall, 2018, Undergraduate
Crs No.CRNInstructorClass HoursLocationEnr.
10A-121759Vernon, MatthewMWF 10:00-10:5025 Wellman30
 Literatures in English I: to 1700
10A-221760Vernon, MatthewMWF 12:10-1:00207 Olson30
 Literatures in English I: to 1700
10A-321761Branciforte, JoshuaMWF 1:10-2:00293 Kerr30
 Literatures in English I: to 1700
10A-421762White, VictoriaTR 3:10-4:30192 Young30
 Literatures in English I: to 1700
10B-121763Martel, MichaelMWF 9:00-9:50130 Physics30
 Literatures in English II: 1700-1900
10B-221764Tinonga-Valle, JenniferTR 9:00-10:201128 Hart30
 Literatures in English II
10B-343531Petersen, SarahTR 10:30-11:501342 Storer30
 Literatures in English II: 1700-1900
10C-121765Kitses, JasmineMWF 3:10-4:00207 Wellman30
 Literatures in English III: 1900-Present
10C-221766Fountain, AimeeTR 10:30-11:501120 Hart30
 Literatures in English III: 1900-Present
10C-321767Coller, BryanTR 1:40-3:00290 Gym30
 Literatures in English III: 1900-Present
10C-443532Kitses, JasmineMWF 12:10-1:00293 Kerr30
 Literatures in English III: 1900-Present
4042990Dobbins, GregoryMWF 11:00-11:50106 Wellman120
 Introductory Topics in Literature (Topic: A Beginner's Guide to Modernism)
100FMoustakis, MelindaTR 4:40-6:00248 Voorhies17
 Creative Writing: Fiction
100PGlazner, GregTR 10:30-11:50248 Voorhies17
 Creative Writing: Poetry
106Ferris, DanaTR 12:10-1:30146 Olson77
 English Grammar
   -A0121879     Ito, CariF 9:00-9:50am90A Shields
   -A0221880     Lombardi, AmyF 9:00-9:50am90B Shields
   -A0321881     Ito, CariF 10:00-10:50am90A Shields
110BShershow, ScottMWF 1:10-2:00118 Olson77
 Introduction to Modern Literary & Critical Theory
   -A0121883     Hay, GarinF 9:00-9:50am101 Olson
   -A0221884     Hay, GarinF 10:00-10:50am227 Olson
   -A0321885     Herndon, MeredithF 11:00-11:50am227 Olson
   -A0421886     Herndon, MeredithF 12:10-1:00 pm127 Wellman
113BWaters, ClaireMWF 11:00-11:50146 Olson77
 Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
   -A0143010     Miller, JeremyF 8:00-8:50am127 Wellman
   -A0243011     Miller, JeremyF 9:00-9:50am127 Wellman
   -A0343012     Ahumada, MariaF 9:00-9:50am251 Olson
   -A0443013     Ahumada, MariaF 10:00-10:50am250 Olson
117Dolan, FrancesMWF 10:00-10:501150 Hart77
   -A0121891     Weber, BreanneF 11:00-11:50am125 Wellman
   -A0221892     Cahalan, CourtneyF 11:00-11:50am127 Wellman
   -A0321893     Weber, BreanneF 12:10-1:00pm125 Wellman
   -A0421894     Cahalan, CourtneyF 1:10-2:00pm125 Wellman
13343015Miller, ElizabethMWF 12:10-1:00146 Olson77
 19th Century British Literature
14643016Wenderoth, JoeTR 4:40-6:006 Wellman120
 American Literature 1900-1945
149-121903Bernes, JasperTR 12:10-1:30192 Young30
 Topics in Literature (Topic: Riot, Revolution, Reading)
149-243332Clearwater, MichaelMWF 2:10-3:00103 Wellman30
 Topics in Literature (Topic: TO BE ANNOUNCED)
155A43017Menely, TobiasTR 10:30-11:501150 Hart77
 18th Century British Novel
158A21907Ziser, MichaelMWF 10:00-10:50146 Olson77
 The American Novel to 1900
16043019Geier, TedTR 1:40-4:30118 Olson77
 Film as Narrative
172Boluk, Stephanie/LeMieux, Patrick, TR 3:10-4:302 Wellman200
 Video Games & Culture (Cross-listed w/ CTS/STS)
   -A0143020     Bird, AshleeM 3:10-4:00pm130 Physics
   -A0243021     Barghouty, DaliaM 3:10-4:00pm107 Cruess
   -A0343023     Bird, AshleeM 2:10-3:00pm130 Physics
   -A0443024     Barghouty, DaliaM 2:10-3:00pm107 Cruess
   -A0543025     Johnson, ColinF 10:00-10:50am229 Wellman
   -A0643026     Clack, BrianF 10:00-10:50am1344 Storer
   -A0743027     Clack, BrianF 9:00-9:50am1344 Storer
   -A0843028     Johnson, ColinF 9:00-9:50am229 Wellman
177-121913Milburn, ColinMWF 1:10-2:001120 Hart30
 Study of an Individual Author (Topic: Stephen King)
177-243029Ziser, MichaelMWF 12:10-1:001132 Bainer30
 Study of an Individual Author (Topic: Edgar Allan Poe)
17843337Clearwater, MichaelTR 10:30-11:50118 Olson77
 Topics in Nations, Regions, and Other Cultural Geographies
18943030Dobbins, GregoryMW 2:10-3:30308 Voorhies15
 Seminar in Literary Studies (Topic: James Joyce's 'Ulysses')