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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 7043 Science and Health Writing

Instructor: Arduser Online -ASYNC In this course, students will learn a range of writing and communication strategies used in the practice of science and health so that they…

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 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 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 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 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 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…

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 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 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 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 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 1018-002 – Freshman Seminar: Writing Cincinnati Activism

Instructor: Lusher TR 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM Although you may not know it, Cincinnati has a rich activist history that spans decades. Some activists, like Buddy Gray,…

ENGL 1018-001 – Freshman Seminar: Creative Writing & Social Justice

Instructor: Dees MWF      11:15 AM – 12:10 PM Writer, philosopher, and activist, Dr. Cornel West, writes, “Never forget that justice is what love looks like in public.” In…

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 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 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 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 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 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 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 2070 – Desktop Publishing

Instructor: Staff Online -ASYNC In this course, students will learn to use the digital tools of the 21st century to publish professional documents for multiple purposes and audiences….

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 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 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 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 1010: Amazing Books!

Instructor: Hennessey T/R            11:00am-12:20pm 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…

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 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 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 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…