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Spring 2016 Courses

English 100-199, Literature

English 100-199 Course Descriptions:
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  • Please Note: Class times are subject to change. Before you register, consult course lists posted in the English Department. Courses enrolling fewer than 6 students may be cancelled.
  • Please be aware that regardless of your registration status, if you do not show up for the first class meeting, the instructor is under no obligation to allow you to join the class. N.B. In the case of English 1 and 2 you must attend the first four class meetings to retain your place in the class.
  • Please note that course schedules are subject to change. Please re-check listings prior to registration.
  • English majors will note that courses are designated for degree requirement purposes either pre-1860 or post-1860 in the following table.

Course # Section Course Title Block Time Instructor Pre or Post 1860 Designation Max 
ENG 0115 01 PHILOSOPHY AND LIT. IN THE 18TH-CENTURY D+ TR TR 10:30AM-11:45AM KEISER, JESS Pre 1860 20
ENG 0122 01 ROMANTIC LIT &CULTURE II: MONSTERS, DREAMERS, AND THE END OF THE WORLD E+MW MW 10:30AM-11:45AM HOFKOSH, SONIA Pre 1860 20
ENG 0124 01 VISUAL NARRATIVE BEFORE CINEMA I+ MW 3:00PM-4:15PM HOFKOSH, SONIA Pre 1860 20
ENG 0160 01 ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND WORLD LITERATURE D+ TR TR 10:30AM-11:45AM ROY, MODHUMITA Post 1860 25
ENG 0161 01 MEMORY FOR FORGETTING 0 M 9:00AM-11:30AM SHARPE, CHRISTINA Post 1860 25
ENG 0163 01 SPEAK MEMORY: CONTEMPORARY MEMOIR F+ TR TR 12:00PM-1:15PM FREEDMAN-BELLOW, JANIS Post 1860 23
ENG 0165 01 PERSPECTIVES ON AMERICAN POETRY G+ MW 1:30PM-2:45PM BAMBER, LINDA Post 1860 20
ENG 0171 01 WOMEN & FICTION K+ MW 4:30PM-5:45PM BAMBER, LINDA Post 1860 20
ENG 0192 01 SEMINAR IN ENGLISH: AFRO-PALESTINA & COLONIAL FASCISM J+ TR 3:00PM-4:15PM THOMAS, GREG Post 1860 25
ENG 0192 02 SEMINAR IN ENGLISH: THE BRONTES AND THE 19TH-CENTURY NOVEL F+ TR TR 12:00PM-1:15PM GENSTER, JULIA Pre 1860 25