2017 Fall

Course Number Title Course Description Instructor
ENGLISH 89S 1ST-YR SEM LIT (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Prior to the drop/add period, this course is restricted to first... Ruderman, Judith
ENGLISH 89S 1ST-YR SEM LIT (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Prior to the drop/add period, this course is restricted to first... Giugni, Astrid
ENGLISH 90S SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERATURE Topics vary by semester; emphasis on development of writing skills. Instructor: Staff Nunn, Nora
ENGLISH 90S SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERATURE Topics vary by semester; emphasis on development of writing skills. Instructor: Staff Striker, Josh
ENGLISH 90S SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERATURE Topics vary by semester; emphasis on development of writing skills. Instructor: Staff Little, Karen
ENGLISH 90S SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERATURE Topics vary by semester; emphasis on development of writing skills. Instructor: Staff Graner, Emma
ENGLISH 90S SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERATURE Topics vary by semester; emphasis on development of writing skills. Instructor: Staff VanderHart, Hannah
ENGLISH 110S INTRO CREATIVE WRITING A multi-genre course designed for students who have little or no previous experience producing... Shuman, Cathy
ENGLISH 110S INTRO CREATIVE WRITING A multi-genre course designed for students who have little or no previous experience producing... Fox, C
ENGLISH 110S INTRO CREATIVE WRITING A multi-genre course designed for students who have little or no previous experience producing... Staff, Departmental
ENGLISH 171 REP AMERICAN WRITERS Continuation of English 161. Selections and complete works. James, Frost or Robinson, Crane or... Ravenscroft, Claire
ENGLISH 181 INTRO TO FILM STUDIES Basic film theory and history of motion picture technology. Introduction to experimental,... Hadjioannou, Markos
ENGLISH 184S READINGS IN GENRE An introduction to the skills of critical reading and the vocabulary of critical analysis by close... Stan, Corina
ENGLISH 184S READINGS IN GENRE An introduction to the skills of critical reading and the vocabulary of critical analysis by close... Staff, Departmental
ENGLISH 184S READINGS IN GENRE An introduction to the skills of critical reading and the vocabulary of critical analysis by close... Giugni, Astrid
ENGLISH 184S READINGS IN GENRE An introduction to the skills of critical reading and the vocabulary of critical analysis by close... Ferraro, Thomas
ENGLISH 190S-1 SP TOP IN LANG & LIT Topics vary each semester. Instructor: Staff Stadler, John
ENGLISH 190FS-2 FOCUS PROG SEM LIT (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Instructor: Staff Jaji, Tsitsi
ENGLISH 190S-1 SP TOP IN LANG & LIT Topics vary each semester. Instructor: Staff Gould, Amanda
ENGLISH 220S INTRO TO THE WRITING OF POETRY The introductory level genre specific workshops are for students with some experience in creative... Donahue, Joseph
ENGLISH 221S INTRO. TO THE WRITING OF FICT. Introductory level genre-specific workshops for students with some experience in creative writing... Malouf, Melissa
ENGLISH 222S INTRO TO THE WTG OF CREAT. N-F The introductory level genre-specific workshops are for students with some experience in creative... Shuman, Cathy
ENGLISH 225S WRITING THE MOVIE Theory and practice of the process of writing for the screen. Exploration of visual storytelling;... Russing, Cole
ENGLISH 225S WRITING THE MOVIE Theory and practice of the process of writing for the screen. Exploration of visual storytelling;... Russing, Cole
ENGLISH 226S DRAMATIC WRITING Fundamentals of writing for stage. Instructor: Staff Bell, Neal
ENGLISH 245 ENG LIT ROMANTIC PERIOD Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Keats. Satisfies Area II requirement for English majors.... Sroka, Michelle
ENGLISH 251 BRITISH LIT: 1900-1945 Major genres and works by such authors as Yeats, Conrad, Shaw, Joyce, Lawrence, Woolf, Eliot, Auden... Moses, Michael
ENGLISH 269 CLASSICS OF AM LIT, 1820-1860 Prose and poetry by such authors as Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, Poe, Melville, and Whitman.... Staff, Departmental
ENGLISH 271 CLASSICS OF AM LIT: 1915-1960 Prose and poetry by such authors as Eliot, Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Faulkner, and others. Satisfies... Strandberg, Victor
ENGLISH 279S DOCUMENTARY POETRY Investigates written and oral poetry as a mode of documentary storytelling. Engage with... Shelton Green, Jacqueline
ENGLISH 290S-4 SP TOPICS IN CREATIVE WRITING Topics vary each semester. Instructor: Staff Tetel, Julie
ENGLISH 290S-4 SP TOPICS IN CREATIVE WRITING Topics vary each semester. Instructor: Staff Tetel, Julie
Wald, Priscilla
ENGLISH 310A THE BUSINESS OF ART AND MEDIA Duke in New York. The changes experienced by print and visual media (book publishing, magazines,... Torgovnick, Marianna
ENGLISH 312A ARTS IN NY: THEMATIC APPROACH Duke in New York. Various topics dealing with the arts in New York. Group attendance at, and... Torgovnick, Marianna
ENGLISH 317S SCREENWRITING Advanced writing projects for feature film. Study of existing scripts and videos, application of... Bell, Neal
ENGLISH 320S INT. WORKSHOP IN WTG OF POETRY Intermediate workshops present a higher creative standard than introductory workshops and increased... Donahue, Joseph
ENGLISH 336 SHAKESPEARE THROUGH 1600 Examination of twelve plays by Shakespeare written before 1600. Satisfies Area I requirement for... Porter, Joseph
ENGLISH 338S MILTON Poetry and its literary and social background. Satisfies Area I requirement for English majors.... Aers, David
ENGLISH 345 19TH CENT BRITISH NOVEL Novels by such authors as Scott, Austen, Dickens, Thackeray, Trollope, the Bronte's, George Eliot,... Rogers, Hannah
ENGLISH 373 AMER LIT COLD WAR & AFTER American authors, topics and themes of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.... Staff, Departmental
ENGLISH 377 CONTEMPORARY NOVEL Major trends in fiction since 1950: modernism/postmodernism, ethnicity and ethnic identity,... Vadde, Aarthi
ENGLISH 390-6 SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM A lecture version of 390S-6. Satisfies the Area III requirement for English majors. Instructor:... Moses, Michael
Ferraro, Thomas
ENGLISH 390S-1 SINGLE AMERICAN AUTHOR (TOP) Seminar version of 390-1. Area requirements (Area I, II, or III) for English majors will be... Mackey, Nathaniel
ENGLISH 390S-1 SINGLE AMERICAN AUTHOR (TOP) Seminar version of 390-1. Area requirements (Area I, II, or III) for English majors will be... Strandberg, Victor
ENGLISH 390S-7 SP TOPICS IN LANG & LIT Area requirements for majors to be determined by the Director of Undergraduate Studies in English.... Beckwith, Sarah
ENGLISH 390S-7 SP TOPICS IN LANG & LIT Area requirements for majors to be determined by the Director of Undergraduate Studies in English.... Ruderman, Judith
ENGLISH 395 LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY Course examines language as a social practice, focusing on different aspects of its role in social... Baran, Dominika
ENGLISH 396S LANGUAGE IN IMMIGRANT AMERICA Discussion of issues of language in the context of immigration in the United States, from the turn... Baran, Dominika
ENGLISH 421S ADV WORKSHOP WTG. FICTION Advanced Writing Workshops build on work done at intermediate level, and are intended for the most... Porter, Joseph
ENGLISH 480S HISTORY OF THEORY Studies in the history of theory of aesthetics, literary criticism, philosophy of language, Marxist... Khanna, Ranjana
ENGLISH 490 SPECIAL TOPICS LANG/LIT Area requirements (Area I, II, III) to be determined by the Director of Undergraduate Studies.... Wald, Priscilla
Richter, Daniel
ENGLISH 490-7 SP TOP LIT/OTHER ARTS Selected topics in the study of the interrelation of literature and other art forms. Area... Khanna, Ranjana
ENGLISH 582S WITTGENSTEIN AND LIT THEORY Key questions in literary theory reconsidered from the point of view of ordinary language... Moi, Toril
ENGLISH 590S-1 SP TOP SEMINAR I Subjects, areas or themes that cut across historical eras, several national literatures, or genres... Richard, Gabriel Jacques
Stan, Corina
ENGLISH 590S-2 SP TOP SEMINAR Subjects, areas or themes that cut across historical eras, several national literatures, or genres... Sussman, Charlotte
ENGLISH 620S FILM-PHILOSOPHERS-FILM-MAKERS Examines intersections between film, critical theory, and continental philosophy, from standpoint... Hadjioannou, Markos
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Vadde, Aarthi
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Staff, Departmental
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Jaji, Tsitsi
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Aers, David
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Staff, Departmental
ENGLISH 900 AFRICAN AMERICAN RELIGION/LIT In this course, we will examine and trouble the notion of African American religion by reading... Winters II, Joseph