ENGL 3096: 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 3022: Writing Science Fiction & Fantasy

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

ENGL 3125: Introduction to Critical Theory

Instructor: Ash TR 12:30 PM-01:50 PM This course will introduce you to some major theories and methodologies that have shaped the study of literary and cultural texts in…

ENGL 7046 – Topics in Rhetoric: Writing Material

Instructor: Micciche Tuesday 9:30 AM-12:20 PM Writing is more than a relay between mind and surface or screen. Our bodies are involved. Environment matters, as do emotions, sensory…

ENGL/WGS 2161 – Black Women Writers

Instructor: Norton MWF 12:20 PM-01:15 PM In this course we will read, discuss, and write about poetry, novels, memoirs, plays, and films written by black women in the…

ENGL 4192 – Technical and Scientific Writing for Non-Native Speakers

001 Instructor: Cheng Online -ASYNC002 Instructor: Cheng Online -ASYNC003 Instructor: Cheng Online -ASYNC004 Instructor: Cheng Online -ASYNC005 Instructor: Staff Online -ASYNC This course readies students for the kinds…

ENGL 7180: Approaches to Modernism – Gender and Queer Modernism

Instructor: AshTues Online SYNC 2:30 PM – 5:20 PM This course provides a survey of poetic, fictional, autobiographical, and critical texts central to issues in literary Modernism from…

ENGL 3076: Writing with Style

001 Instructor: Micciche MWF 2:30 PM-03:25 PM 002 Instructor: Griegel-McCord TR 11:00 AM-12:20 PM Writing with Style is an upper-level writing course that will introduce students to style…

ENGL 4092: Technical & Scientific Writing

001 Instructor: Boehr- Online ASYNC 002 Instructor: Rosselot-Merritt- Online ASYNC003 Instructor: Barker- Online ASYNC004 Instructor: Stephens- Online ASYNC005 Instructor: Patterson- Online SYNC MF 2:30 PM – 3:25 PM006…

ENGL 2047: Introduction to Linguistics

Instructor: Arns MWF 10:10 AM-11:05 AM This course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles in the study of linguistics. The course will begin with an…

ENGL 3023 Writing The Mystery

Instructor: Namey        MWF          10:10am-11:15pm The detective story has long fascinated writers by the elegance of its design. You start with a…

ENGL 4093 – Environmental Writing

Instructor: Hyland              TR                     2:00 PM – 3:20 PM  In this course, students…

ENGL 3090: Literature & Medicine

Instructor: Reutter TR 9:30 AM-10:50 AM This course will examine the relationships between medicine and literature. We will read, discuss, and interpret a wide variety of literature from…

ENGL 5122/PWRT 6022: Promotional Writing

Instructor: Larkin – TBD Students will be introduced to the theory and practice of writing promotional copy for print andbroadcast media. Readings will focus on theories of social…

ENGL 3055 Creating Writing from Real Life

Instructor: Lindenberg TR 2:00 PM-03:20 PM  Life experience is the raw material for the writer of fiction, literary nonfiction, and poetry, and writers are continually observing and examining…

ENGL 8054 Problems in American Realism and Naturalism

Instructor: Person Monday 11:15 AM-02:05 PM I have skewed this version of the course in the direction of naturalism and then chosen four broad topics within that sub-field. …

ENGL/DMC/FILM 2015 – Introduction to Screenwriting

004 Instructor: Carrell MWF 9:05 AM – 10:00 AM “To make a great film you only need three things—The script, the script, and the script.”– Alfred Hitchcock Now…

ENGL 3054 Creative Writing Pedagogy

Instructor: Hennessey TR 2:00 PM-03:20 PM This course is designed to offer future educators a variety of approaches to the teaching of creative writing. In this class, students…

ENGL 3046: Modern English Grammar

Instructor: Davis MWF 12:20 PM-01:15 PM Students often think studying grammar will be boring, but this class makes it interesting and even fun.  The main purpose of this…

ENGL 3085 Forms of Poetry

Instructor: Machado TR     TR 3:30pm – 4:50pm What, really, is a poem? Does anyone know? I tend to think a poem is its own creature, a thing…

ENGL 7086 Technique and Form in Fiction

Instructor: Stewart Wednesday 1:25 PM-04:15 PM This course will be an intensive study of the use of structure and technique in the writing of fiction. Students will do…

ENGL 2021: World Literature I

Instructor: StaffTR 11:00 AM-12:20 PM This course will introduce you to some of the world’s greatest literary works, from the beginnings to the 17th century.  You’ll gain a basic…

ENGL 3062: Writing in Behavioral Sciences

001 Instructor: Hyland TR 9:30 AM-10:50 AM 002 Instructor: Hyland TR 11:00 AM-12:20 PM 003 Instructor: Patterson, Online SYNC MF 1:25 PM – 2:20 PM Behavioral scientists depend…

ENGL 3037 002 – American Literature and Film: Stephen King

002 Instructor: Bullins     TR    12:30 PM – 1:50 PM The “King of Horror”: Novels and Film/Television Adaptations of Stephen King Stephen King is a giant in…

ENGL 2004: Intro to Copyediting and Publishing

Instructor: Hojem TR 12:30 PM-01:50 PM Copyeditors are not the stars of the show when it comes to writing and publishing, but the glow of writing would be…

ENGL 7058 Disability and Literature

Instructor: Glaser Friday 11:15 AM-02:05 PM This course will analyze and interrogate concepts of form-the human physical form, various perspectives on genre, and cultural structures of knowledge as…

ENGL 7011 Graduate Fiction Workshop

Instructor: Griffith Thursday 12:30 PM-03:20 PM This fiction-writing workshop will usually focus on short stories, occasionally on novels in progress, with the aim of producing publishable work. Student…

ENGL 4091: Writing for Business

001 Instructor: Blevins Online ASYNC 002 Instructor: Kissling Online ASYNC 003 Instructor: Kissling TR 2:00 PM-3:20 PM If you want to feel more comfortable meeting the writing challenges…

INTR 5001 – Interdisciplinary Capstone

001 Instructor: Reutter Online -ASYNC 002 Instructor: Beckelhimer Online – TR 2:00 PM – 3:20 PM 003 Instructor: Ris Online -ASYNC 004 Instructor: Sherrill Online -ASYNC Students will…

ENGL 5124/PWRT 6024 Editing Professional Documents

Instructor: Arduser – TBD Would you like to learn about the different types of editing out there and what each entails? Would you like to practice doing different…

PWRT 7043 Science and Health Writing

Instructor: Arduser Online SYNC    Wed    4:40pm – 7:30pm In this course, students will learn a range of writing and communication strategies used in the practice of…

ENGL 2135 – Survey of English Literature II

Instructor: Carlson TR 11:00 AM-12:20 PM “Episodes in Modern Consciousness” To see a world in a grain of sand,And a heaven in a wild flower,Hold infinity in the…

ENGL 5117 – Senior Writing Seminar: Poetry

Instructor: Lindenberg TR 3:30 PM-04:50 PM In this culminating course in poetry, students write and workshop poems at the advanced level while reading and studying diverse texts of…

ENGL 3037 001 American Literature and Film: Waterways

001 Instructor: Arner – MWF 12:20 PM – 1:15 PM This course considers the presence and importance of rivers and waterways in American literature and film.  Films and…

ENGL 2074 – Social Media and Society

Instructor: Wilson Online -ASYNCLearning to use social media effectively is essential to being a productive professional and informed member of society in this digital age. Students in this…

ENGL 2030 – Literature and the Environment: Country vs. City

Instructor: Sandman            TR           2:00pm – 3:20pm Throughout American history—and today, as evidenced by the country’s political divide—the rural and urban…

ENGL 2100 – Ways of Reading Literature

001 Instructor: Andersen MWF 9:05 AM-10:00 AM002 Instructor: Andersen MWF 10:10 AM-11:05 AM003 Instructor: Hogeland MWF 2:30 PM-03:25 PM This course is an introduction to engaging various genres…

ENGL 2106 – Classic Film Comedy

Instructor: Arner – In Classic Film Comedy, we will view and explore films that are funny, I hope, but that also aim at and accomplish something larger than…

ENGL 7166 Approaches to Romantic Literature II : Poetry & Mediality

Instructor: CarlsonTuesday 2:00 PM – 4:50 PM But words are things, and a small drop of ink, Falling like dew, upon a thought, produces That which makes thousands,…

ENGL 2142 – Topics in American Ethnic Literature: Contemporary Jewish American Literature

Instructor: Ozias MWF 10:10 AM-11:05 PM In this course, students will explore post-World War II Jewish-American literature and the ways in which many writers use satire and wit to deal…

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 3117: 19th Century Gothic

Instructor: Heller T/R        9:30 – 10:50am Vampires, ghosts, detectives, and double lives: in this class, we’ll explore how 19th-century Gothic texts dramatize the fears and transgressions lurking below…

ENGL 2159: Intro to Professional Writing

Instructor: Cook Online -ASYNC This course, required for English majors in the Rhetoric and Professional writing track, answers the oft-asked question “What can I do with an English degree?”…

ENGL 1010: Amazing Books!

Instructor: Hennessey TR 9:30 AM-10:50 AM How better to encounter literature than through a series of absorbing, moving, and thought-provoking books, experienced and analyzed in discussion with your…

ENGL 3072: Multimedia Writing

Instructor: Wilson Online -ASYNC Multimedia Writing will provide students with a practical and theoretical foundation in multimedia theory and production. Projects include research-driven work into a range of…

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…

ENGL 7087 Innovative Forms

Instructor: MachadoMonday 2:30 PM- 5:20 PM This course proceeds from the assumption that you cannot teach innovation but that you can study it. And that your study of…

ENGL 2013 – Introduction to Nonfiction

Instructor: Haak       MWF                11:15 AM – 12:10 PM Flannery O’Connor said, “I write because I don’t know what I…

ENGL 2070 – Desktop Publishing

Instructor: UlmOnline SYNC Wed 1:25 PM – 2:20 PM In this course, students will learn to use the digital tools of the 21st century to publish professional documents…

ENGL 7017: Graduate Poetry Workshop

Instructor: Zamora Thursday 12:30 PM-03:20 PM Our work will be to mine the necessity in the art by exploring the essence of risk, vulnerability, wonder, imagination, play, and…

ENGL 3087 – Forms of Nonfiction: Science and Nature Writing

Instructor: Iversen     Online ASYNC Why is it so easy for unproven, unscientific debates and arguments to gain momentum? Why are people more willing to believe that vaccines…

ENGL 3006: Introduction to Shakespeare

Instructor: Leech001 MWF 12:20 PM-01:15 PM002 MWF 1:25 PM-02:20 PM Shakespeare has become a central part of Western Culture, and his influence is seen world-wide. Why is Shakespeare…

ENGL 3079 – Creative Writing and the Environment

Instructor: Zamora TR 11:00 AM-12:20 PM Humans have a deep and complex relationship with the Earth. We are natural beings living in a natural world. Our history roots…

ENGL 2072 – Writing for Parks and Museums

Instructor: Cook             schedule TBD Serve your community and discover its hidden gems. In this service learning course, students will create materials for visitors of…

ENGL 2026 – Intro to Disability Lit

Instructor: Cole MWF 12:20 PM-01:15 PM Disability studies began as an academic field in the latter 20th century in response to activist challenges to legal and social limitations…

ENGL 2011: Intro to Fiction

Instructor: Henley Online ASYNC This course will launch students into writing fiction that expands readers’ hearts and minds. It will offer a guided tour of the creative techniques…

ENGL 7074 – Visual Rhetoric in Composition Studies

Instructor: Carter Wednesday 4:40 PM-07:30 PM This course addresses the communicative power of images. Class participants examine photography, film, sketch artistry, image-driven protest, designed space, and various forms…

ENGL 2008: Survey of American Literature II

Instructor: Thacker MWF 11:15 AM-12:10 PM BoK: HU – Humanities Recent events — the Covid-19 pandemic, the George Floyd killing, social and racial justice protests, the rise of white…

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…

ENGL 5144 / PWRT 6044 Document Design

Instructor: Larkin – TBD Students will learn to use the digital tools of the 21st century to publish professional documents for multiple purposes and audiences. This course is…

ENGL 1012: Advanced First-Year Composition

Instructor: Durst TR 9:30 AM-10:50 AMEmphasizes critical reading, writing, and textual analysis with particular focus on argument and research-based writing. In addition, English 1012 requires students to participate…

ENGL 2042: Environmental Futures – Apocalypse versus Sustainability

Instructor: Twomey TR Online SYNC 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM In this seminar we will study apocalyptic and dystopian literature and film, alongside introductory-level scientific writing, in order…

ENGL 4089 Advanced Composition for Teachers

Instructor: Scharnhorst Monday 4:00 PM-06:50 PM This capstone advanced writing course is geared toward future educators and those interested in the vocation of teaching. Students research and write…

ENGL 2010 – Introduction to Poetry & Prose

Instructor: Drury    TR    12:30 PM-01:50 PM In this introductory course, we’ll read a wide range of texts, some in verse and some in prose, some lyrical…

The Yellow Wallpaper Production

ENGL 2006 – Topics in Literature, Health & Society: (Loss of) Identity in Medicine

Instructor: Croft          TR 12:30pm – 1:50pm  This course is designed to explore themes present in the selected texts on literature and medicine. The course…

ENGL 3032 Music and Poetry

Instructor: Drury TR 2:00 PM-03:20 PM Music has an essential connection to poetry, a shared dependence on rhythm, but too often the genres are separated and their relationship…

ENGL 2067 002 – Topics in Film: Gothic Cinema

Instructor: Heller TR 11:00 AM-12:20 PM A look at how one of the most popular literary genres translates to the big screen in the black and white era…

ENGL 9010 Interdisciplinary Dissertation Workshop

Instructor: Durst Mon    9:05am – 10:55pm Session D, 7-week course: August 23 – October 10 This class is an intensive pass/fail workshop for doctoral students in any…

ENGL 7130 Teaching College Writing

Instructor: NeCamp Thursday 9:30 AM-12:20 PM This course is designed to provide new graduate teaching assistants in English with a theoretical, historical, and practical framework for teaching first-year…

ENGL 3086 Forms of Fiction

Instructor: Griffith 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 a writer….

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…