Year at a Glance

English Department 2020-2021 teaching schedule

Subject to Change

 

FALL 2020

10A, Lit. in English I: to 1700

10C, Lit. in English III: 1900-Present

40, Introductory Topics in Literature

51, Hot Bars, Supreme Lyrics, and Rhymes for Days: Hip Hop as Poetry

100F, Creative Writing:Fiction

100NF, Creative Writing: Nonfiction

100P, Creative Writing:Poetry

106, English Grammar

110B, Introduction to Modern Literary & Critical Theory 

113B, Chaucer: Canterbury Tales

115, Topics in 16th & 17th C. Literature

117, Shakespeare

125, Topics in Irish Literature

155A, 18th Century British Novel

155B, 19th Century British Novel

158A, The American Novel to 1900

159, Topics in the Novel

166, Love & Desire in Contemporary American Poetry

167, 20th Century African American Poetry

178, Topics in Nations, Regions, & Other Cultural Geographies

180, Children's Literature

181A, African American Literature to 1900

186, Literature, Sexuality, & Gender

188A, Topics in Literary and Critical Theory

189, Seminar in Literary Studies

200, Intro to Grad Studies in English

237, Seminar for Writers

238, Special Topics in Literary Theory

246, 17th Century Literature

252, Victorian Literature

254, 20th Century British Literature

290F, Seminar in Creative Writing of Fiction

290P, Seminar in Creative Writing of Poetry

391, Teaching Creative Writing (may be numbered 298)

393, Teaching Literature & Composition (may be numbered 298)

 

WINTER 2021

10A, Lit. in English I: to 1700

10B, Lit. in English II: 1700-1900

40, Introductory Topics in Literature

53, Youth in Revolt

100F, Creative Writing:Fiction

100NF, Creative Writing: Nonfiction

100P, Creative Writing: Poetry

105, History of Language

106, English Grammar

110A, Introduction to Literary Theory

113A, Chaucer: Troilus & Minor Poems

117, Shakespeare

133, 19th Century British Literature

137, British Literature 1900-1945

142, Early American Literature

156, The Short Story

159, Topics in the Novel

165, Topics in Poetry

172, Video Games & Culture

173, Science Fiction

177, Study of an Individual Author

179, Topics in Comparative American Literatures

185A, Women's Writing I

187A, Topics in Literature & Media

194H, Special Study for Honors Students

233, Problems in American Literature

237, Seminar for Writers

280, Seminar in Research Practices

287, Topics in Literature & Media

288, Prospectus Workshop

290F, Seminar in Creative Writing: Fiction

290P, Seminar in Creative Writing: Poetry

 

SPRING 2021

10B, Lit. in English II: 1700-1900

10C, Lit. in English III: 1900-pres

40, Introductory Topics in Literature

52, Pop Culture Shakespeare

100F, Creative Writing:Fiction

100FA, Creat. Writ. Adv. Fiction

100NF, Creative Writing: Nonfiction

100P, Creative Writing:Poetry

100PA, Creat. Writ. Adv. Poetry

106, English Grammar

110B, Introduction to Modern Literary & Critical Theory

111, Topics in Medieval Literature

122, Milton

123, 18th Century British Literature

147, American Lit 1945-present

149, Topics in Literature

158B, The American Novel 1900-present

173, Science Fiction

177, Study of an Individual Author

184, Lit & the Environment

185B, Women's Writing II

189, Seminar in Literary Studies

233, Problems in American Literature

238, Special Topics in Literary Theory

240, Medieval Literature

289, Article Writing

290 ST, Creative Writing: Special Topic

290NF, Seminar in Creative Writing: Non fiction

391, Teaching Creative Writing

393, Teaching Literature & Composition

 

Note: Any upper division English course that is not being used to fulfill another requirement for the Major may be used to satisfy the English elective requirement.  Please refer to the Major requirements website, or consult with a Major Advisor for more information on what may satisfy the English elective requirement.

English Major Requirements Page