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ENGL 1155 History of Animation

Instructor: Weissman – Thursday       2:00pm – 4:50pm An overview of animation through the centuries, from pre-cinema tools such as the Zoetrope, to nineteenth century flip-books, through the birth and…

ENGL 7037 Methods: Teaching Literature

Instructor: Weissman           R              9:30-12:20pm  This seminar on teaching literature at the college level will bear on the work…

ENGL 7131 Teaching Practicum

Instructor: Malek             Wednesday            3:35-4:30pm This practicum course for English Graduate Teaching Assistants extends the work begun at the…

ENGL 7130 Teaching College Writing

Instructor: Carter            W               4:40-6:30pm This course is designed to provide new graduate teaching assistants in English with…

ENGL 4192 Technical and Scientific Writing for Non-Native Speakers

001 Instructor: Cheng                 T/R                       9:20-10:50am  002 Instructor: Cheng  …

ENGL 3102 Podcasting and Audio Storytelling

Instructor: Villacorte       M/W/F         11:15-12:10pm We are living in “a new golden age” of storytelling, according to New Yorker writer Rebecca Mead, “in…

ENGL 2184 Comics Graphic Novels

Instructor: Glaser          M/W/F            9:05-10:00am Comics/Graphic Novels is a course that will introduce students to the history of comics/graphic novels…

ENGL 2159 Intro PW

Instructor:  Cook             T/R           11:00-12:20pm This course, required for English majors in the Rhetoric & Professional Writing track…

ENGL 2114: Abnormal Psychology and Literature

Instructor: Ash             T/R             12:30-1:50pm Why are audiences not just repulsed but also attracted (even seduced by) depictions…

ENGL 2110: Films of Hitchcock

Instructor: Arner      TR – 9:30 AM – 10:50 AM One of the most influential film directors of the twentieth-century, Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) created movies that were at…

ENGL 2109: Western Films

Instructor: Arner            T/R          12:30-1:50pm Western films constitute a uniquely American genre in which a brief period of national history (approximately…

ENGL 2106 Classic Film Comedy

Instructor: Epstein                      Online  Whether as romance, satire or farce, film comedies have made us chuckle, guffaw and laugh our…

ENGL 2100 Ways of Reading Literature

Instructor: Carlson                                  001 – TR 3:30PM – 4:50PM 002 – TR 11:00AM…

ENGL 2084: African American Literature II

Instructor: Norton            M/W/F        1:25-2:20pm In this course we read, interpret, and write abouta variety of African American literary works, including poems,…

ENGL 2075: Intro to Literature

Instructor: Kamholtz       M/W/F        12:20-1:15pm An introduction to the distinctive character of the major literary genres (drama, poetry, prose) with close attention to the…

ENGL 2072 Writing for Parks and Museums

Instructor: Cook             T/R               12:30-1:50pm Serve your community and discover its hidden gems. In this service learning…

ENGL 2070: Desktop Publishing

Instructor: Cook               T/R             9:30-10:50am In this course, students will learn to use the digital tools of…

ENGL 2049: Hemingway

Instructor: Arner           T/R             2:00-3:20pm Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) continues to be a fascinating literary figure, reviled by some…

ENGL/EVST 2042 Apocalypse and Sustainability

Instructor: Twomey            T/R            3:30-4:50pm In this seminar we will study apocalyptic and dystopian literature and film, alongside introductory-level scientific…

ENGL 2041: 21st Century American Drama

Instructor: Luckett            T/R                12:30-1:50pm This course introduces students to the scholarly study of dramatic literature and…

ENGL 2030: Topics in Literature and the Environment: The Humanimal

Instructor: Kortyna            M/W/F           9:05-10:00am This course will explore and examine what it means to be (considered) human or (considered)…

ENGL 2028: Theater and Performance Studies

Instructor: Luckett              T/R             11:00-12:20pm This course is an introduction to performance studies, an interdisciplinary practice that…

ENGL 2021: World Literature I

Instructor: Twomey          T/R         12:30pm-1:50pm A comparative study of literary traditions from Africa, the Americas, and Asia as well as Europe. Each…

ENGL 2005.001: Activist Rhetoric and Digital Media

Instructor: Lusher MWF – 12:20 PM – 1:15 PM This course will unpack the significance of activism in the public sphere, particularly through the means of digital media,…

ENGL 2004: Intro to Copyediting

Instructor: Beckelhimer      T/R     9:30-10:50am Copyeditors are not the stars of the show when it comes to writing and publishing, but the glow of writing would…

ENGL 2006: Topics in Literature, Health and Society: Trauma Literature

Instructor: Epstein         Online According to author, filmmaker, and Buchenwald survivor Jorge Semprun, only literature with its subtle and array of symbolic language is capable of…

ENGL 1010: Amazing Books!

Instructor: Weissman T/R            2:00-3:20pm How better to encounter literature than through a series of absorbing, moving, and thought-provoking books, experienced and analyzed in discussion with your peers and professors?…

ENGL 3079 Creative Writing and the Environment

Instructor: Iversen          T/R          3:30-4:50pm  Students will explore how creative writing engages, interrogates, reveals, and impacts environmental issues and concerns: What…

ENGL 1002 001 – Freshman Composition Seminar – Zen, Rhetoric, and Global Citizenship

Instructor: Davis                    MWF 12:20pm-1:15pm Topic: Zen, Classical Rhetoric, and Global Citizenship Using classical rhetoric, students examine the relationship between Zen…