2018 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... Giugni, Astrid
ENGLISH 89S 1ST-YR SEM LIT (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Prior to the drop/add period, this course is restricted to first... Strandberg, Victor
ENGLISH 89S 1ST-YR SEM LIT (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Prior to the drop/add period, this course is restricted to first... Pfau, Thomas
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 Buckley, Devin
ENGLISH 90S SPECIAL TOPICS IN LITERATURE Topics vary by semester; emphasis on development of writing skills. Instructor: Staff Gallin, Kevin
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... Casey, Brenna
ENGLISH 110S INTRO CREATIVE WRITING A multi-genre course designed for students who have little or no previous experience producing... Casey, Brenna
ENGLISH 173FS THE ETHICS OF DEMOCRACY Exploration of the ways in which, in an American context, social, political, or historical issues... Harpham, Geoffrey
ENGLISH 181 INTRO TO FILM STUDIES Basic film theory and history of motion picture technology. Introduction to experimental,... McCarty, Lisa
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... Malouf, Melissa
ENGLISH 186S READING THEMATICALLY An introduction to the skills of critical reading through the close examination of representative... Stan, Corina
ENGLISH 190S-1 SP TOP IN LANG & LIT Topics vary each semester. Instructor: Staff Karklina, Anastasia
ENGLISH 190S-1 SP TOP IN LANG & LIT Topics vary each semester. Instructor: Staff Messina, Karen
ENGLISH 198FS PERFORMING SCIENCE Combines a historical survey of science-themed plays with an examination of sci+arts initiatives... Odendahl-James, Jules
ENGLISH 208S CRITICISM AND THE ARTS This is a course in the critical practice of literary theory in relation to the arts--literature,... Ferraro, Thomas
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... Hochman, Lucy C
ENGLISH 222S INTRO TO THE WTG OF CREAT. N-F The introductory level genre-specific workshops are for students with some experience in creative... Murdoch, Joanna
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 L
ENGLISH 225S WRITING THE MOVIE Theory and practice of the process of writing for the screen. Exploration of visual storytelling;... Russing, Cole L
ENGLISH 227S ADAPTATION Theory and practice of the process of adaptation of serious literary works of fiction to screenplay... McAuliffe, Jody
ENGLISH 244 MODERN EUROPEAN SHORT FICTION Comprehensive examination of several important works of modern European short fiction by authors... Ziolkowski, Saskia
ENGLISH 246 JANE AUSTEN This course traces the development of Jane Austen s writing and ideas through her six major novels... Gevlin, Rachel
ENGLISH 247 VICTORIAN LIT Major works and genres of Victorian literature by such authors as the Brontes, Dickens, Hardy,... Richardson, Ben
ENGLISH 269S AMERICAN LITERATURE, 1820-1860 What makes a "classic" of American literature? Why do a handful of texts endure while others have... D'Alessandro, Michael
ENGLISH 279S DOCUMENTARY POETRY Investigates written and oral poetry as a mode of documentary storytelling. Engage with... Shelton Green, Jacqueline
ENGLISH 290S SP TOP IN LANG. & LIT Topics vary each semester. Instructor: Staff Ku, Ryan
ENGLISH 290-7 SP TOP IN LANG & LIT Area requirements for majors to be determined by the Director of Undergraduate Studies in English.... Staff, Departmental
ENGLISH 290S-1 SP TOP MEDIEVAL/EARLY MOD LIT A major author, topic, or theme of the medieval and early modern period (excluding Chaucer).... Werlin, Julianne
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 331S LATE MDVL LIT/CULTURE Explores a range of medieval writings together with the culture in which they are made. Inquiries... Aers, David
ENGLISH 337 SHAKESPEARE AFTER 1600 Examination of ten plays by Shakespeare written after 1600. Not open to students who have taken... Giugni, Astrid
ENGLISH 338S MILTON Poetry and its literary and social background. Satisfies Area I requirement for English majors.... Werlin, Julianne
ENGLISH 373S AMER LIT, COLD WAR/ AFTER This is a seminar version of English 373. Instructor: Staff Black, Taylor
ENGLISH 380 IMAGES OF BLACK MASCULINITY The course will examine the production and circulation of representations of "Black Masculinity" in... Neal, Mark
ENGLISH 386 SCIENCE FICTION FILM Science fiction film from the 1950s to the present. From talking apes to mind control, forbidden... Ravenscroft, Claire
ENGLISH 387 ASIAN AMERICAN THEATRE Asian American theatre and performance traditions, including major dramatic texts and canon... Lee, Esther
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-2 SP TOP SINGLE BRIT AUTH Studies in a single British author. Area requirements for English majors (Areas I, II, or III)... Reilly, Catherine
ENGLISH 390S-7 SP TOPICS IN LANG & LIT Area requirements for majors to be determined by the Director of Undergraduate Studies in English.... Donahue, Evan
ENGLISH 390S-6 SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM A major genre, period, or director. Satisfies the Area III requirement for English majors.... Chow, Rey
Hadjioannou, Markos
ENGLISH 390S-7 SP TOPICS IN LANG & LIT Area requirements for majors to be determined by the Director of Undergraduate Studies in English.... D'Alessandro, Michael
ENGLISH 390S-1 SINGLE AMERICAN AUTHOR (TOP) Seminar version of 390-1. Area requirements (Area I, II, or III) for English majors will be... McInnis, Jarvis
ENGLISH 390-1 SINGLE AMER AUTHOR (TOP) Area requirements for the English major (Area I, II, or III) to be determined by the Director of... Strandberg, Victor
ENGLISH 395 LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY Course examines language as a social practice, focusing on different aspects of its role in social... Baran, Dominika
ENGLISH 397S NARRATIVES OF MIGRATION Stories of migration captivate us because they touch on universally important themes: home, family... Baran, Dominika
ENGLISH 421S ADV WORKSHOP WTG. FICTION Advanced Writing Workshops build on work done at intermediate level, and are intended for the most... Hochman, Lucy C
ENGLISH 482S CONTEMPORARY THEORY Topics included: psychoanalysis, Marxism, Structuralism, Post-Structuralism, theory of film and the... Khanna, Ranjana
ENGLISH 490S-10 SP TOP CRITICISM/THEORY/METH Satisfies the Criticism, Theory, or Methodology (CTM) for English majors. Instructor: Staff Wiegman, Robyn
ENGLISH 546S VICTORIAN LIT (TOP) Satisfies the Area II requirement for English majors. Instructor: Staff Psomiades, Kathy
ENGLISH 582S WITTGENSTEIN AND LIT THEORY Key questions in literary theory reconsidered from the point of view of ordinary language... Moi, Toril
ENGLISH 590S-2 SP TOP SEMINAR Subjects, areas or themes that cut across historical eras, several national literatures, or genres... Reilly, Catherine
ENGLISH 590S-2 SP TOP SEMINAR Subjects, areas or themes that cut across historical eras, several national literatures, or genres... Sussman, Charlotte
ENGLISH 710S INTRO TO LYRIC/LIT THEORY Do poetry readers listen mainly to man speaking to man (Wordsworth), such that the conversation... Rodríguez García, José María
ENGLISH 822S WRITING IS THINKING This course aims to teach graduate students at any level, from first-year students to dissertation... Moi, Toril
ENGLISH 860S DELEUZE: CINEMA & PHILOSOPHY Examination of Gilles Deleuze s books: CINEMA 1 and CINEMA 2. Exploration of his concepts of the... Hadjioannou, Markos
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Purdy, Jedediah
Wirzba, Norman
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Aers, David
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Mitchell, Robert
ENGLISH 890S SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR Instructor: Staff Black, Taylor
ENGLISH 890T TUTORIAL IN SP TOPICS Tutorials by a faculty member for two or more students having a regular study session with a... Sussman, Charlotte
ENGLISH 891 SPECIAL READINGS Special Readings Wald, Priscilla