2018-2019 University Catalogue 
    
    Nov 17, 2018  
2018-2019 University Catalogue

Course Descriptions


 

Educational Studies

   •  EDUC 317 - Democracy and Education
   •  EDUC 318 - High-Needs Schools
   •  EDUC 321 - Educational Psychology
   •  EDUC 332 - Disability, Difference, and Inclusion
   •  EDUC 391 - Independent Study
   •  EDUC 440 - Special Topics in Educational Studies
   •  EDUC 450 - Senior Seminar Capstone
   •  EDUC 451 - Seminar on Curriculum and Instruction in English/Social Studies
   •  EDUC 453 - Seminar on Curriculum and Instruction in Science/Mathematics
   •  EDUC 454 - Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Problems
   •  EDUC 455 - Student Teaching
   •  EDUC 456 - Dignity in Schools
   •  EDUC 460 - Honors Seminar
   •  EDUC 491 - Independent Study
   •  EDUC 556 - Dignity in Schools
   •  EDUC 591 - Independent Study
   •  EDUC 593 - Special Project
   •  EDUC 594 - Thesis

English

   •  ENGL 200 - Major British Writers
   •  ENGL 201 - American Texts and Contexts
   •  ENGL 202 - Justice and Power in Postcolonial Literature
   •  ENGL 203 - Arthurian Tradition
   •  ENGL 204 - Native American Writers
   •  ENGL 205 - The Jazz Age
   •  ENGL 206 - Approaches to Literary Analysis
   •  ENGL 207 - New Immigrant Voices
   •  ENGL 208 - Sex and the Global City
   •  ENGL 211 - Tragedy and the Tragic Vision
   •  ENGL 213 - Imagining Apocalypse
   •  ENGL 214 - Inside/Out: The Literature of Interiority and the Interiority of Literature
   •  ENGL 217 - Introductory Workshop in Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 219 - American Literature and the Environment
   •  ENGL 220 - The Booker Prize: Examining a Prize, Examining an Empire
   •  ENGL 266 - Introduction to Drama
   •  ENGL 267 - Modern Drama
   •  ENGL 290 - London English Study Group Preparation
   •  ENGL 291 - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 301 - History of the English Language
   •  ENGL 302 - The Literature of the Early Middle Ages
   •  ENGL 303 - Medieval Merchants, Knights, and Pilgrims
   •  ENGL 304 - Introduction to Early Medieval Languages of Britain and Ireland
   •  ENGL 305 - The Female Protagonist
   •  ENGL 306 - Race, Slavery, and Society in the American Renaissance
   •  ENGL 307 - The American Novel
   •  ENGL 309 - Fiction
   •  ENGL 310 - African American Humor
   •  ENGL 313 - Restoration and 18th-Century Literature and Culture
   •  ENGL 315 - The Romantic Poets and Essayists
   •  ENGL 316 - Banned Books
   •  ENGL 317 - American Poetry
   •  ENGL 318 - Post World War II American Poetry
   •  ENGL 321 - Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 322 - Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 323 - Periods in British Literature (London Study group)
   •  ENGL 324 - Periods in British Literature (London Study group)
   •  ENGL 325 - Milton
   •  ENGL 329 - Inventing Ireland: National Identity - Literary Form in the Irish Republic (Extended Study)
   •  ENGL 331 - Modern British Literature (London Study Group)
   •  ENGL 332 - London Theater (London Study Group)
   •  ENGL 333 - African/Diaspora Women’s Narrative
   •  ENGL 334 - African American Literature
   •  ENGL 335 - Searching for Home in South Asian Literatures: Gender, Nation, Narration
   •  ENGL 336 - Native American Literature
   •  ENGL 337 - African Literature
   •  ENGL 339 - Modernist Poetry
   •  ENGL 340 - Critical Theory: Language, Semiotics, and Form
   •  ENGL 341 - Critical Theory: History, Sexuality, and Queer Time
   •  ENGL 345 - Victorian Fiction
   •  ENGL 346 - Victorian Poets & Essayists
   •  ENGL 349 - Global Theater
   •  ENGL 351 - American Theater
   •  ENGL 356 - Playwriting
   •  ENGL 360 - Living Writers
   •  ENGL 361 - Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
   •  ENGL 363 - Contemporary Fiction
   •  ENGL 364 - American Writers: Studies in Nonfiction
   •  ENGL 365 - Fugitive Mobilities: Migration and Environmental Imagination in 20th-Century America
   •  ENGL 367 - Jamaica in the Literary Imagination (Study Group)
   •  ENGL 368 - After Genocide: Memory and Representation
   •  ENGL 374 - Creative Nonfiction Workshop
   •  ENGL 377 - Fiction Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 378 - Poetry Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 379 - Literary Journalism
   •  ENGL 385 - Drama, Fiction, and Poetry of Tudor England
   •  ENGL 386 - Poetry, Prose, and Drama in the Century of the English Revolutions, 1600-1700
   •  ENGL 388 - British Fiction I, ca. 1700 - 1870
   •  ENGL 389 - British Fiction II, ca. 1870 - 1930
   •  ENGL 391 - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 402 - Medieval Celtic Literature
   •  ENGL 405 - The Brontes
   •  ENGL 408 - Literature of Medieval Women
   •  ENGL 412 - Jane Austen and the Rise of the Woman Novelist
   •  ENGL 418 - Studies in American Literature
   •  ENGL 420 - Emerson and Thoreau
   •  ENGL 421 - The Epic Poem in America
   •  ENGL 422 - Confession and Rebellion: American Literature in the 1950s
   •  ENGL 425 - Dickens and His Time
   •  ENGL 431 - Ethnographic Fictions: Travel Writing, Bearing Witness, and Human Rights
   •  ENGL 433 - Caribbean Literature
   •  ENGL 436 - Johnson and His Circle
 

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