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ENGL 2159: Intro PW

Instructor: Wilson                               MWF                              12:20-1:15 This course, required for English majors in the Rhetoric & Professional Writing track but relevant to all students as they prepare for their careers, offers a…

ENGL 2080: Ethical Literatures of the United States

Instructor: Norton MWF 10:10-11:05am An introduction to the literature of selected ethnic groups (e.g., African American, Asian American, Chicano/a, Native American).

ENGL 5129/PWRT 6029: Creating Accessible Content

Instructor: Arduser Online This course is aimed at introducing students in the humanities to disability studies and web accessibility. We will read articles and tutorials on web accessibility and…

ENGL 5112 – Senior Writing Workshop: Fiction

Instructor: Griffith T/R        12:30 – 1:50pm Students write, read, and critique fiction at an advanced level, analyzing the various elements of fiction as those elements interact in the…

ENGL 4107: Copyediting and Publishing Internship

Instructor: Micciche In this class students explore potential career paths, gain practical skills, and/or make professional contacts through an internship to get real-world work experience in a professional, editorial…

ENGL 4097: Digital & Visual Editing

Instructor: Staff M/W/F       2:30 – 3:25pm The digital revolution has transformed the experience of writers, readers and publishers in ways that impact both the writing process and the…

ENGL 3132: Toni Morrison

Instructor: Norton M/W/F        12:20 – 1:15pm This course is an intensive study of the writing of Toni Morrison, 1993 Nobel Laureate and major American novelist. We will read,…

ENGL 3101: Reading & Writing Memoir

Instructor: Drury T/R        9:30 – 10:50am Memoir gives writers the opportunity to explore personal experience within a narrative structure that draws from the techniques of fiction, essays, and…

ENGL 3097: Book Arts

Instructor: Prochaska & Weissman W        1:25 – 4:15pm This course, co-taught by a preservation librarian and a professor of literary and cultural studies professor, is an introduction to…

ENGL 3082: Environment in Literature and Film

Instructor: Carlson T/R        12:30 – 1:50pm This course explores relationships between human beings and the natural environments in which they live through how they are depicted in literature…

ENGL 3042 – Topics in American Ethnic Literature: Slavery and Literature

Instructor: Hogeland T/R        3:30 – 4:50pm This course explores the rich tradition of women’s writing in the United States focusing on women of color.  We’ll read works primarily…

ENGL 3002 – Honors Seminar in English: The Power and Politics of Data

Instructor: Lee/Koshoffer T/R        12:30 – 1:50pm This course is designed to challenge and broaden the intellectual horizons of students at all levels regardless of major. Honors seminars are…

ENGL 2193: Introduction to Environmental Writing

Instructor: Hyland T/R        3:30 – 4:50pm This course introduces students to the fundamental principles and practices of writing on topics related to environmental issues that intersect with social…

ENGL 2118: Game Studies

Instructor: Torner M/W/F        2:30 – 3:25pm This course introduces students to key concepts regarding games and social networks as procedural and participatory media. The course begins with discussions…

ENGL 2093: Cross-Cultural Communication

Instructor: Cheng M/W/F        2:30 – 3:25pm This course teaches the theory and practice of cross-cultural communication and explores the social, cultural, economic, and educational implications of English’s rise…

ENGL 2085 – Popular Fiction: Detective Fiction

Instructor: Andersen M/W/F        3:35 – 4:30pm Crime does pay, at least in publishing. Detective fiction is a bestselling genre, but how did it become so popular? Why, it’s…

ENGL 2073: Writing for Justice

Instructor: Hyland T/R        2:00 – 3:20pm This course introduces students to the varieties, strategies, and ethics of public discourse. After reviewing foundational rhetorical and discursive concepts, you will…

ENGL 2060: Language, Power, and Community

Instructor: Rentz T/R        2:00 – 3:20pm What do language, power, and community have to do with each other? Everything. Language can support or disrupt structures of power and privilege….

ENGL 2052: Cinematic Storytelling

Instructor: Carter F        9:05 – 11:55am Course participants learn techniques of narrative analysis while examining films in various genres and historical periods. Early lessons include an introduction to…

ENGL 3001-001 – Kids Who Kill

Instructor: Dziech/Bourke R        3:30 – 6:20pm This is a course you won’t forget!  We’ll discuss the history and demographics of homicidal children and adolescents; theories about psychosocial, genetic…

ENGL 2100: Ways of Reading Literature

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

ENGL 2070: Desktop Publishing

Instructor: Staff               T/R             11:00-12:20pm In this course, students will learn to use the digital tools of the 21st…

ENGL 2030 – Victorian Writers and the Environment

Instructor: Auterson            M/W/F           9:05-10:00am Focusing on the Gothic, this course will explore the complex interactions between humans and the…

ENGL 2021: World Literature I

Instructor: Twomey          M/W/F         1:25 – 2:20pm This course will introduce you to some of the world’s greatest literary works, from the beginnings…

ENGL 2004: Intro to Copyediting

Instructor: Beckelhimer      MWF     9:05-10:00am Copy Editors are not the stars of the show when it comes to writing and publishing, but the glow of writing…

ENGL 2006 – Topics in Literature and Medicine: The Story of Alcohol

Instructor: Dziech                          T/R                      2:00 – 3:20pm BoK:…

ENGL 3046: Modern English Grammar

Instructor: Durst                          M/W/F                          10:10 –…

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

Instructor: Schiff                   T/R                   11:00am-12:20pm A seminar focused on depictions of contemporary America…

ENGL 3096: Creative Writing and Publishing

Instructor: Iversen                  T/R                   2:00 – 3:20pm Students in this course will develop…

ENGL 7021: Graduate Nonfiction Workshop: Art, Research, Ethics, and Aesthetics

Instructor: Iversen                    R                    9:30 – 12:20pm Art and fact, reality…