Courses in English

Term:
Syllabus Course Instructors Course title
Summer session A
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 4W-1 Stephan, Megan Critical Reading and Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 4W-2 Messner, Craig Critical Reading and Writing
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 20W-1 Stanford, Claire Introduction to Creative Writing
Syllabus (no login required) ENGL 90-1 Allen, Michael Shakespeare
ENGL 90-2 Post, Jonathan Shakespeare
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL M103-1 Apgar, Amanda Studies in Disability Literatures: Disability Memoirs
ENGL 115D-1 Allmendinger, Blake Detective Fiction
ENGL 118C-1 Lewak, Susan Studies in Visual Culture: From Howl to Hunger Games: Imagining Dystopia in Literature
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 119-1 Looby, Christopher Literary Cities: Florence
ENGL 119-2 Makdisi, Saree Literary Cities
ENGL 129-2 Post, Jonathan Topics in Genre Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Critical Theory
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 134-1 Ishikawa, Misho Nationalism and Transnationalism: Oriental Tales
ENGL M138-1 Ekimyan, Hasmik Topics in Creative Writing: Writing Television Drama Pilot
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 149-1 Fisher, Matthew Medievalisms: Robin Hood: Robbing from Medieval Past
ENGL 150A-2 Post, Jonathan Shakespeare: Poems and Early Plays
ENGL 150B-3 Post, Jonathan Shakespeare: Later Plays
ENGL 150C-1 Post, Jonathan Topics in Shakespeare: Shakespeare's Major Plays
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 150C-3 Little, Arthur Topics in Shakespeare
ENGL 169-1 Makdisi, Saree Topics in Literature, circa 1700 to 1850: London and Age of Revolution
ENGL 177-1 Looby, Christopher Interdisciplinary Studies of American Culture: American Writers and Florence
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 179-1 Lang, Jacob Topics in Literature, circa 1850 to Present: Major American Rappers
ENGL 182D-1 Makdisi, Saree Topics in Romantic Literature: William Blake
ENGL 184-1 Makdisi, Saree Capstone Seminar: English: William Blake
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 195CE-1 Febo, Vanessa Community and Corporate Internships in English
ENGL 199-2 Post, Jonathan Directed Research or Senior Project in English
ENGL 199-3 Looby, Christopher Directed Research or Senior Project in English
ENGL 199-4 Makdisi, Saree Directed Research or Senior Project in English
Summer session C
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL 4W-3 Zirulnik, Martin Critical Reading and Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 4W-4 Lopez, Efren Critical Reading and Writing
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 20W-2 Kincade, Jonathan Introduction to Creative Writing
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) ENGL M107A-1 Lorhan, Laura Studies in Women's Writing: Women Writers and Fairy Tale Tradition
ENGL 108-1 Huehls, Mitchum Interracial Encounters: Crossing Racial Boundaries in Post-Civil Rights Fiction and Film
Syllabus (no login required) ENGL 115E-1 Streeter, Caroline A. Science Fiction
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 119-4 Huehls, Mitchum Literary Cities
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 129-1 Mott, Christopher Topics in Genre Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Critical Theory: Comic Fiction, or Graphic Novel
ENGL M138-3 Grobel, Lawrence Topics in Creative Writing: Life Skills: Art of Interview
Syllabus (no login required) ENGL 163C-1 Mellor, Anne Jane Austen and Her Peers
Syllabus (login required) ENGL 174C-1 Carruth, Allison Contemporary American Fiction: Narratives of Media, Technology, and Community
ENGL 189-1 (Registrar) Huehls, Mitchum Advanced Honors Seminars: Advanced Honors Seminar for English 119, Lecture 4