ENGL 2093: Cross-Cultural Communication

Instructor: Cheng TR 2:00 PM – 3:20 PM This course teaches the theory and practice of cross-cultural communication and explores the social, cultural, economic, and educational implications of…

ENGL 7018 Graduate Poetry Workshop

Instructor: Drury Tues 12:30 PM – 3:20 PM In this workshop, the instructor will encourage students to develop ongoing projects and to launch new ones. Our approach will…

ENGL 2080: Ethnic Literatures of the United States

Instructor: Luckett TR 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM An introduction to the literature of selected ethnic groups (e.g., African American, Asian American, Chicano/a, Native American).

ENGL 3062: Writing in Behavioral Sciences

001 Instructor: Hyland TR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM 002 Instructor: Hyland TR 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM Service Learning Behavioral scientists depend on their communication skills to…

ENGL 3069 Web Authoring

Instructor: Ulm Wed 1:25 PM – 2:20 PM HYBRID Students will create tools for evaluating web materials; they will study the theory behind web authoring to help build a…

ENGL 4091: Writing for Business

001 Instructor: Kissling Online  002 Instructor: Kissling Online  003 Instructor: Kissling Online  If you want to feel more comfortable meeting the writing challenges you’ll face in the professional…

ENGL 1018 001 Freshman Seminar: Social Justice Literature

001 Instructor: Person MWF 9:05 AM – 10:00 AM A first-year course devoted to social justice topics, especially racial and environmental justice. For the topic “racial justice,” we…

ENGL 3049: Creative Writing and Social Change

Instructor: Zamora TR 2:00 PM – 3:20 PM Service Learning   How does your art, your creative writing, work beyond the self to enter into the realm of…

ENGL 5114 Senior Writing Seminar: Creative Writing and Research

Instructor: Machado TR 3:30 PM – 4:50 PM In this capstone course, students will learn to incorporate research into a semester-long creative project (a series of poems, a…

ENGL 3096: Creative Writing and Literary Publishing

Instructor: Iversen Online ASYNC Students in this course will develop practical, hands-on skills related to editing, producing, and promoting the online literary magazine Short Vine, the undergraduate literary journal…

ENGL 3046: Modern English Grammar

Instructor: Durst MWF 10:10 AM – 11:05 AM The purpose of this course is to help students improve their command of English grammar to become more knowledgeable about…

ENGL 2022 – World Literature II

Instructor: Ozias MWF 9:05 AM – 10:00 AM This course is a comparative study of literature from Africa, the Americas, Asia as well as Europe. The class will…

ENGL 1026 – Health, Well-Being, Happiness

 Instructor: Reutter TR 2:00 PM – 3:20 PM No nirvana or heaven on earth achieved, the contemporary age has buzzed with health and wellness-related debate on issues including…

AFST / ENGL / WGS 2161 – Black Women Writers

Instructor: SavannahTR 9:30 AM – 10:50 PM This course covers literature written by women of African descent in the Americas and elsewhere and is intended to provide students…

ENGL 2073 Writing for Justice

Instructor: Hyland TR 9:30 AM – 10:50 AM This course introduces students to the varieties, strategies, and ethics of public discourse. After reviewing foundational rhetorical and discursive concepts,…

HUM 8010 – Public Humanities

Instructor: Carter / JacksonFri 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM 1 graduate credit hour, open to all graduate students. Public Humanities HUM 8010, a one credit hour seminar, brings…

ENGL 7021 Graduate Nonfiction Workshop

Instructor: Iversen Thurs SYNC 12:30 PM – 3:20 PM The braided essay, the lyric essay, narrative nonfiction, hybrid form: What’s happening in contemporary literary nonfiction? In this workshop,…

ENGL 3025 Writing Historical Fiction

Instructor: Morgan MWF 11:15 AM – 12:10 PM This course will explore trends, themes, and techniques in contemporary historical fiction. Students will read published work set in a…

ENGL 3076: Writing with Style

001 Instructor: Haak MWF 12:20 PM – 1:15 PM 002 Instructor: Hammond TR 9:30 AM – 10:50 AM Writing with Style is an upper-level writing course that will…

ENGL 4100: LCS Capstone – Contemporary America in Fiction and Film

Instructor: Schiff TR 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM A seminar focused on depictions of contemporary America in novels, short stories, and films. Films will be determined in part…

ENGL 3086 Forms of Fiction

Instructor: Bachelder TR 9:30 AM – 10:50 AM Broadly speaking, the goal of a Forms course is to learn how to approach literary texts from the perspective of…

ENGL 5124 / PWRT 6024 Editing Professional Documents

Instructor: Cook Tues 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM HYBRID Would you like to learn about the different types of editing out there and what each entails? Would you…

ENGL 2074 – Social Media and Society

Instructor: Wilson Mon 12:20 PM – 1:15 PM (HYBRID)Learning to use social media effectively is essential to being a productive professional and informed member of society in this…

ENGL 2003 – The Magic of Harry Potter

 Instructor: Heller TR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM In this course we will read the Harry Potter novels to examine their major themes and to explore why the…

INTR 3001 Interdisciplinary Research

Instructor: Brolley Online ASYNC  This course will introduce students to the essentials of interdisciplinary research. The course emphasizes the problem-centered nature of interdisciplinary studies; the history and development…

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ENGL 2007 American Literature Survey I

Instructor: Person MWF 10:10 AM-11:05 AM English 2007 surveys pre-20th-Century American literature: from Puritan prose to literature of the early republic to well-known writers and texts of the…

ENGL 2011: Intro to Fiction

001 Instructor: Farhadi MWF 1:25 PM – 2:20 PM002 Instructor: Alessi MWF 11:15 AM – 12:10 PM003 Instructor: Schwartz TR 3:30 PM – 4:50 PM This course will…

ENGL 2006 – Topics in Literature, Health & Society: Illness and Pandemic

Instructor: Dees MWF 12:20 PM – 1:15 PM “In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley writes, “Words can be like X-rays if you use them properly – they’ll go through…

ENGL 2029 – Literature & Gender

Instructor: Covington MWF 11:15 AM – 12:10 PM This course examines gender issues through literature and the idea of that gender is socially constructed.

INTR 1001 – Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies

Instructor: Brolley Online ASYNC This course is intended to introduce students to interdisciplinary thinking: what it is, how it is studied, how we apply it to various questions…

INTR 5001 Interdisciplinary Capstone

001 Instructor: Beckelhimer online ASYNC 002 Instructor: Campagna online ASYNC 003 Instructor: Ris online ASYNC  Students will propose, develop, and complete an independent interdisciplinary capstone project. Primarily for…

ENGL 3055 Creating Writing from Real Life

Instructor: Villacorta TR 9:30 AM – 10:50 AM  Life experience is the raw material for the writer of fiction, literary nonfiction, and poetry, and writers are continually observing…

ENGL 5112 – Senior Writing Workshop: Fiction

Instructor: Griffith TR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM Students write, read, and critique fiction at an advanced level, analyzing the various elements of fiction as those elements interact…

ENGL 2000 – Digital Composing

 Instructor: Basnet TR 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM How has the digital turn transformed our composing habits? Taking these categories of contemporary culture as our guiding modules –…

ENGL 7104 Introduction to Theory

Instructor: Ash Mon 1:25 PM – 4:15 PM This course provides an introduction to the many literary and critical theories that have shaped central and contemporary conversations about…

ENGL 3056 Writing Comic Poetry and Prose

Instructor: Sandman MWF 12:20 PM – 1:15 PM What makes a piece of writing funny? And how, as writers, do we make our audience laugh? These questions will…

ENGL 7154 History of the Novel

Instructor: Schiff Thurs 3:30 PM – 6:20 PM Not so much a historical survey as an investigation of extraordinary novels. This is a chance to read, and study…

ENGL 3101: Reading & Writing Memoir

Instructor: Drury TR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM Memoir gives writers the opportunity to explore personal experience within a narrative structure that draws from the techniques of fiction,…

ENGL 7193 Race, Drama, and Performance

Instructor: Luckett Wed 1:25 PM – 4:15 PM Students will engage with advanced critical theories of race, racial performativity, and racial representation in drama and performance. The course…

ENGL 3022: Writing Science Fiction & Fantasy

001 Instructor: Henley Online ASYNC 002 Instructor: Henley Online ASYNC In this course we will focus on the construction of imaginative narratives that fit roughly into the genres…

ENGL 3104 / DRPF 3060 Poetic Justice: Exploring Agency, Ownership, and Responsibility in Performing Narrative (HONORS)

Instructor: Zamora /  Russell Tues 3:30 PM – 6:20 PM HONORS In both written and performed narratives, the creator/s and the audience intertwine to create an alchemical reaction….

ENGL 2100 – Ways of Reading Literature

001 Instructor: Carlson TR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM002 Instructor: Carlson TR 2:00 PM – 3:20 PM This course is an introduction to engaging various genres of literature,…

ENGL/ORGL 2199 – Digital Skills for A&S majors

Instructor: Nickels Tues 3:30 PM – 4:50 PM (HYBRID) In this course, students will become familiar with basic digital skills needed for successful participation in the workplace of…

ENGL 7015 – The Literary Essay

Instructor: Lindenberg Tues 3:30 PM – 6:20 PM This course will focus on the hybrid genre of the literary essay, via both the study of published work and…

ENGL 4092: Technical & Scientific Writing

001 Instructor: Barker – Online ASYNC 002 Instructor: Belknap – Online ASYNC 003 Instructor: Belknap – Online ASYNC 004 Instructor: Boehr – Online ASYNC 005 Instructor: Boehr – Online ASYNC 006 Instructor: Breen – Tues 6:00 PM –…

ENGL 3033 – Writing Prose, Poetry and Flash Fiction

Instructor: Chan MWF 2:30 PM – 3:25 PM   This course will explore the related cross-genre forms of prose poetry and its newer variant, flash fiction (a.k.a. short…

ENGL 2159: Intro to Rhetoric and Professional Writing

Instructor: Wilson Mon 10:10 AM – 11:05 AM (HYBRID) This course, required for English majors in the Rhetoric and Professional writing track, answers the oft-asked question “What can I…

ENGL 3019 Contemporary American Poetry

Instructor: Machado TR 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM January 2021: former National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman served as the youngest Inaugural Poet in US history. September 2021:…

ENGL 7075 Intro to Digital Humanities

Instructor: Lee Fri 1:25 PM – 4:15 PM This course is an introduction to the theory and methods of the digital humanities (DH), with particular focus on how…

ENGL 7012: Graduate Fiction Workshop

Instructor: Bachelder Thurs 12:30 PM – 3:20 PM This fiction-writing workshop will usually focus on short stories, occasionally on novels in progress, with the aim of producing publishable…

ENGL/DMC/FILM 2015 – Introduction to Screenwriting

001 Instructor: Maiman TR 9:30 AM -10:50 AM002 Instructor: TBD MWF 10:10 AM -11:05 AM003 Instructor: TBD MWF 12:20 PM -1:15 PM Now is an exciting time to…

ENGL 1018-002 – Freshman Seminar: The Literature of Pride and Protest

Instructor: Reutter TR 9:30 AM – 10:50 AM “Lift every voice and sing/ till earth and heaven ring;/ Ring with the harmony/of liberty.” Readers may first encounter these…

ENGL 2046 – Identity, Politics & Literature

Instructor: Hogeland TR 9:30 AM – 10:50 AM This course explores relationships between identity, politics, and literature in literary texts united by a particular topic. A section of…

ENGL 2013 – Introduction to Nonfiction

Instructor: Tucker MWF 11:15 AM – 12:10 PM Flannery O’Connor said, “I write because I don’t know what I think until I read what I say.” Writing, then,…

ENGL 2004: Intro to Copyediting and Publishing

 Instructor: Wilson Tues HYBR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM Copyeditors are not the stars of the show when it comes to writing and publishing, but the glow of…

ENGL 3132: Toni Morrison

Instructor: Norton MWF 10:10 AM – 11:05 AM SYNC This course is an intensive study of the writing of Toni Morrison, 1993 Nobel Laureate and major American novelist….

ENGL 9011 Academic Job Market Preparation

Instructor: Necamp Thurs 9:30 AM – 12:20 PM  In this job preparation course for humanities graduate students, participants will conduct informational interviews with people who have humanities PhDs,…

ENGL 3006: Introduction to Shakespeare

Instructor: Leech MWF 12:20 PM – 1:15 PM Shakespeare has become a central part of Western Culture, and his influence is seen world-wide. Why is Shakespeare such a…

ENGL 3034: Audiopoetics

Instructor: Hennessey TR 2:00 PM – 3:20 PM This workshop will explore the influence of media, technology, and performance as generative tools within the poetic process, and explore…

ENGL 2010 – Introduction to Poetry & Prose

Instructor: Molbert MWF 11:15 AM – 12:10 PM Students will be introduced to various forms of poetry and prose, study the literary genres from a writerly perspective, and…

ENGL 2017 – Introduction to Poetry

Instructor: Webb TR 3:30 PM – 4:50 PM This course is specifically designed to help students write away from the cliché, to make the abstract concrete. This course…

ENGL 2008: Survey of American Literature II

Instructor: Schiff TR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM BoK: HU – Humanities Recent events — the Covid-19 pandemic, the George Floyd killing, social and racial justice protests, QAnon and…

ENGL 5145 / PWRT 6045 Professional Writing for International Audiences

Instructor: Cheng Thurs 4:40 PM – 7:30 PM This course teaches the theory and practice of cross-cultural communication with an emphasis on writing for international audiences. The goal…

ENGL 2134: Survey of English Literature I

Instructor: Andersen MWF 2:30 PM – 3:25 PM This course will introduce students to works in English Literature from the Old English Period to 1780, focusing on the…

ENGL 8035 Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition

Instructor: Micciche Tues 9:30 AM – 12:20 PM This course is a practical guide to researching writers and writing. We will review and practice a range of methods…

ENGL 3082: Environment in Literature and Film

Instructor: Sherrill TR 2:00 PM – 3:20 PMThis course explores relationships between human beings, animals, and the natural environments in which they live through how they are depicted…

ENGL 3125: Introduction to Critical Theory

Instructor: Glaser MWF 1:25 PM – 2:20 PM This course will introduce you to some major theories and methodologies that have shaped the study of literary and cultural…

ENGL 3117 Gothic Literature

Instructor: Heller TR 12:30 PM-01:50 PM This course studies a range of British literature in the Gothic mode and considers the ways in which this literature of terror…

ENGL 2184: Comics and Graphic Novels

Instructor: Hennessey TR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM Long before humans could express themselves through words, they documented their lives through pictures. Thousands of years later, in a…

ENGL 2047: Introduction to Linguistics

001 Instructor: Leech MWF 10:10 AM – 11:05 AM002 Instructor: Leech MWF 1:25 PM – 2:20 PM This course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles…

ENGL 5095 / PWRT 7095: Professional Writing Capstone

Instructor: Cook Mon 4:40 PM – 7:30 PM The capstone course is required for students completing the Rhetoric and Professional Writing track in the English major and for…

ENGL 7038 Topics in Composition: Critical Pedagogy

Instructor: Durst Wed 4:00 PM – 6:50 PM Radical educators such as Paulo Friere, bell hooks, Asao Inoue, and Ira Shor have worked for decades to develop pedagogies…

ENGL 2070 – Desktop Publishing

Instructor: Cook Tues 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM (HYRBID) In this course, students will learn to use the digital tools of the 21st century to publish professional documents…