Courses in English

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Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 4HW-1 Miller, Sydney Critical Reading and Writing (Honors)
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 4W-1 Ardam, Jacquelyn Critical Reading and Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 4W-2 Donig, Deborah Critical Reading and Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 4W-3 Shih, Alethia Critical Reading and Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 4W-4 Toy, Gregory Tadashi Critical Reading and Writing
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 4W-5 Calder, Kimberly B Critical Reading and Writing
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 4W-6 Rainwater, Crescent Spring Critical Reading and Writing
ENGL 4W-7 Lewak, Susan Critical Reading and Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 4W-8 Wang, Fuson Critical Reading and Writing
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 4W-9 Henton, Alice Critical Reading and Writing
ENGL 4W-10 Cassarino, Stacie Critical Reading and Writing
ENGL 4W-12 Cassarino, Stacie Critical Reading and Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 4WS-1 del Balzo, Angelina Marie Critical Reading and Writing (Service Learning)
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 4WS-2 Verini, Alexandra Critical Reading and Writing (Service Learning)
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 10B-1 Cohen, Michael / Kareem, Sarah Literatures in English, 1700 to 1850
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 10C-1 Bristow, Joseph E. Literatures in English, 1850 to Present
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 19-1 Watson, Robert N. Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars: Forty Poems
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 19-2 Nagy, Joseph Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars: Cartoons, Folktale, and Myth
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 19-3 Carruth, Allison Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars: Food Writing in Digital Age
ENGL 19-4 Rowe, Karen Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars: Origins of Identity: History and Memory in Women's Poetry
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 19-6 Wilson, Reed Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars: Writing Poems
ENGL 19-7 (Registrar) Kessler, Jascha Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars: What Poems Say: Three Fundamental Modes of Poetry
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 20W-1 Wilson, Reed Introduction to Creative Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 80-1 Johnson, Allison Major American Authors
ENGL 88M-1 Mendelman, Lisa Lower Division Seminar: Special Topics in English -- Literature and Society: Sex Without Consequence: Modern Fiction and Femininity from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes to Fifty Shades of Grey
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 91A-1 Dickey, Stephen Introduction to Poetry
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 91C-1 Pizzo, Justine Introduction to Fiction
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 98T-1 Wong, Amy Talking in Print from Jane Austen to Twitter
ENGL M101C-1 McMillan, Uri Queer Literatures and Cultures after 1970: Cultural Texts and Historical Contexts
Syllabus (login required) ENGL M103-1 Wang, Fuson Studies in Disability Literatures: Literary History of Disability
Syllabus (no login required) ENGL M104B-1 Streeter, Caroline A. African American Literature from Harlem Renaissance to 1960s
Syllabus (login required) ENGL M107A-1 Rowe, Karen Studies in Women's Writing: Women's Words: Gender, Ethnicity, and History
ENGL 110T-1 Cunningham, Karen Writing in English Major
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 115B-1 Pizzo, Justine British Popular Literature: Books for the People
Syllabus (no login required) ENGL M115SL-1 Goodhue, Elizabeth Community-Based Studies of Popular Literature: Children's Literature and Childhood Literacy
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 119-1 Makdisi, Saree Literary Cities: Literary London: Tales of Two Cities
ENGL 120-1 Reinhard, Kenneth History of Aesthetics and Critical Theory
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 121-1 Huehls, Mitchum Modern and Contemporary Aesthetics and Critical Theory
ENGL 129-1 Seltzer, Mark I. Topics in Genre Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Critical Theory: Crime, Mystery, and Suspense
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 130-1 Shay, Maureen Introduction to Postcolonial Literatures
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 133-1 Sanchez, Juan Transatlantic Literatures and Cultures: Romantic Atlantic
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 134-1 Shay, Maureen Nationalism and Transnationalism: Mapping Global Itinerancy in Refugee Narrative
ENGL 136-1 Kevorkian, Karen Creative Writing: Poetry
ENGL 137-1 Simpson, Mona Creative Writing: Short Story
ENGL 137-2 Huneven, Michelle Creative Writing: Short Story
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 139-1 Dimuro, Joseph Individual Authors: Henry James
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 140A-1 Thomas, Arvind Chaucer: "Canterbury Tales"
ENGL 141-1 Jager, Eric Early Medieval Literature: English Literature before 1066
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 142-1 Torres, Sara Later Medieval Literature: Living the Dream: Visions and Imagined Voyages in Late Medieval Literature
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 150C-1 Little, Arthur Topics in Shakespeare: Shakespearean Tragedy
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 151-1 McEachern, Claire Milton
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 161C-1 Nussbaum, Felicity Novel in English to 1850: Approaches to Novel
ENGL 162A-1 Mellor, Anne Earlier Romantic Literature
ENGL 162B-1 Sanchez, Juan Later Romantic Literature
ENGL 165C-1 Maniquis, Robert Protestant Dissent and English Literature, 1640 to 1832
ENGL 166B-1 Colacurcio, Michael American Literature, 1776 to 1832
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 168-1 Looby, Christopher Major American Writers
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 170B-1 Johnson, Allison American Literature, 1900 to 1945
ENGL 170C-1 Lewak, Susan American Literature since 1945
ENGL 172A-1 Goodwin, James Drama, 1850 to 1945
ENGL 173A-1 Post, Jonathan American Poetry, 1900 to 1945
ENGL 181C-1 Kaufman, Eleanor Topics in Critical Theory: Deleuze and Guattari's A Thousand Plateaus
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 183A-1 Henton, Alice Topics in Colonial American Literature: Witches, Wonders, and Wilderness: Puritan Supernatural in American Literature
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 183C-1 McMillan, Uri Topics in 20th- and 21st-Century American Literature: 1990s: Literature, Mass Media, and Cultural Studies
ENGL 184-2 Jager, Eric Capstone Seminar: English: From Ancient Epic to Medieval Romance
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 184-3 Munson, Rebecca Capstone Seminar: English: Read Like Shakespeare
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 184-4 Post, Jonathan Capstone Seminar: English: Love and Lust in Shakespeare's Plays and Poems
ENGL 184-5 Rowe, Karen Capstone Seminar: English: Stories Our Ancestors Tell: History and Memory in Women's Poetry
ENGL 184-6 Thomas, Arvind Capstone Seminar: English: Medieval Greed: Usury in Medieval English Literature and Law
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 184-7 Watson, Robert N. Capstone Seminar: English: Metaphysical and Cavalier Poetry
ENGL 184-8 Maniquis, Robert Capstone Seminar: English: Poetry and Art of William Blake
ENGL 188SB-1 Mott, Christopher Individual Studies for USIE Facilitators
ENGL 188SB-2 Nagy, Joseph Individual Studies for USIE Facilitators
Syllabus (login required) ENGL M191A-1 Mullen, Harryette Topics in African American Literature: Contemporary African American Poetry
Syllabus (login required) ENGL M191C-1 Ling, Jinqi Topics in Asian American Literature: Contemporary Asian American Short Fiction
ENGL 192-1 Wilson, Reed Undergraduate Practicum in English: "Westwind" Journal
ENGL 195CE-1 Dimuro, Joseph / Howell, Margarita Elizabeth Community and Corporate Internships in English
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 245-1 Chism, Christine Chaucer
ENGL 247-1 Little, Arthur Shakespeare
ENGL 250-1 Nussbaum, Felicity Restoration and 18th-Century Literature
ENGL 251-1 Makdisi, Saree Romantic Writers
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 254-1 Looby, Christopher American Literature to 1900
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 257-1 Cohen, Michael Studies in Poetry
ENGL 259-1 Reinhard, Kenneth Studies in Criticism
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 260-1 Carruth, Allison Studies in Literature and Its Relationship to Arts and Sciences
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 265-1 Goyal, Yogita Postcolonial Literatures
ENGL M266-1 Hooley, Matthew Cultural World Views of Native America
ENGL 375-1 Gallagher, Lowell Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-2 Cohen, Michael / Kareem, Sarah Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-3 Bristow, Joseph E. Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-4 Dickey, Stephen Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-5 Makdisi, Saree Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-6 Nussbaum, Felicity Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-7 Mellor, Anne Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-8 Little, Arthur Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-9 Johnson, Allison Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-10 Pizzo, Justine Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-11 Decker, Jeffrey Louis Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-12 Looby, Christopher Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-13 Huehls, Mitchum Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-14 Jensen, Linda Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-15 Mott, Christopher Teaching Apprentice Practicum
ENGL 375-16 Dimuro, Joseph Teaching Apprentice Practicum