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SPRING 2016

English Department


Course #

Course Title & Cross-lists

Location

Days

Times

Instructor

LAFs

Engl. 100-01

Analytical Reading and Writing

HOL 217

MW

9:30-10:50

TBA




Engl. 102-01

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 207

MW

8:00-9:20

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-02

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 211

MW

8:00-9:20

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-03

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 211

TTH

8:00-9:20

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-04

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 209

TTH

8:00-9:20

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-05

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 211

MW

9:30-10:50

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-06

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 211

TTH

9:30-10:50

Claudia Ingram

WA

Engl. 102-07

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 111

TTH

9:30-10:50

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-08

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 211

MW

11:30-12:50

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-09

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 211

TTH

1:00-2:20

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-10

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 211

MW

2:30-3:50

TBA

WA

Engl. 102-11

Academic Writing Seminar

HOL 211

TTH

2:30-3:50

TBA

WA

Engl. 110-01

Poetry

HOL 207

TTH

2:30-3:50

Daniel Kiefer

HL, WA

Engl. 120-01

Contemporary Literature:

Contemporary South/Asian Literature and Culture



Cross-listed with AST, WGST.

HOL 209

MW

11:30-12:50

Priya Jha

HL

Engl. 130-01

Literature of the Americas:

“Murder, Magic, Mortality, Madness”



Cross-listed with REST.

HOL 209

TTH

1:00-2:20

Sharon Oster

HL, WA

Engl. 201-01

Critical Reading

HOL 207

MW

9:30-10:50

Priya Jha




Engl. 202-01

Texts and Contexts

HOL 211

MW

1:00-2:20

Sheila Lloyd




Engl. 206-01

Composing in New Media

TBA

TBA

TBA

TBA

WA

Engl. 213-01

Drama

HOL 213

TTH

2:30-3:50

Nancy Carrick

HL

Engl. 215-01

Children’s Literature

Cross-listed with WGST.

HOL 209

WF

9:30-10:50

Heather King




Engl. 216-01

Lyric Poetry East-West

Cross-listed with AST.

Fulfills pre-1800 requirement.

HOL 315

TTH

8:00-9:20

Anne Cavender

HL, WA

Engl. 217-01

Images of Women:

“Portrait of a Lady” DD, HL



Cross-listed with AST, WGST.

HOL 209

TTH

2:30-3:50

Anne Cavender

DD, HL

Engl. 222-01

Shakespeare after 1600

Fulfills pre-1800 requirement.

HOL 213

MW

2:30-3:50

Nancy Carrick




Engl. 242-01

Studies in Language:

What’s in a Name?



HOL 213

WF

11:30-12:50

Judith Tschann





SPRING 2016

English Department



Course #

Course Title & Cross-lists

Location

Days

Times

Instructor

LAFs

Engl. 332-01

American Literature: Making It New

“Dead White Men (and one

White Woman) I’ve Been

Meaning to Read”



HOL 207

TTH

9:30-10:50

Sharon Oster




Engl. 361-01

Studies in Literature:

Women Poets of the Twentieth

and Twenty-First Centuries


HOL 213

MW

1:00-2:20

Claudia Ingram




Engl. 361-02

Studies in Literature:

Afro-Asian Literary and Cultural

Studies: Race, Politics, Aesthetics

Cross-listed with AST, REST, WGST.


HOL 211

TTH

11:30-12:50

Priya Jha




Engl. 362-01

Single-Author Seminar:

Adapting Jane Austen



Cross-listed with VMS, WGST.

HOL 207

MWF

11:30-12:50

Heather King




Engl. 403-01

Contemporary Literary

Criticism and Theory



Cross-listed with WGST.

HOL 207

TTH

1:00-2:20

Daniel Kiefer





SPRING 2016

Courses by English Faculty

in other departments


Course #

Course Title & Cross-lists

Location

Days

Times

Instructor

LAFs

AST-111-01

Introduction to Chinese Literature

Cross-listed with ENGL.

Fulfills pre-1800 requirement.

HOL 209

TTH

11:30-12:50

Anne Cavender

CC, HL

JNST 000E-01

Greek Stories in Plays & Vase Painting

Cross-listed with ARTH, ENGL & VMS.

Fulfills pre-1800 requirement.

HOL 213

TTH

1:00-2:20

Nancy Carrick




JNST 000L-01

Latin Tutorials

HOL 213

WF

9:30-10:50

Judith Tschann




JNST 000P-01

Decadence and Its Rubble

HOL 207

TTH

11:00-12:20

Daniel Kiefer

Julie Townsend







MAY TERM 2016

English Department



Course #

Course Title & Cross-lists

Location

Days

Times

Instructor

LAFs

Engl. 161-01

Studies in Literature:

Law, Lawyers, Legal Storytelling



HOL 211

MTWTH

10:00-12:50

Claudia Ingram




Engl. 161-02

Studies in Literature:

Homer’s Odyssey



Fulfills pre-1800 requirement.

HOL 213

MTWTH

1:00-3:50

Judith Tschann

HL

Engl. 217-01

Images of Women

Cross-listed with REST, VMS, WGST.

HOL 211

MTWTH

1:00-3:50

Sheila Lloyd

DD, HL

Engl. 261-01

Holding out for a Hero:

Graphic Novels and Comics



Cross-listed with VMS, WGST.

HOL 209

MTTHF

9:00-11:50

Heather King




JNST 000F-01

Interrogating Jewish Literature

and Criticism



HOL 207

MTWTH

10:00-12:50

Sharon Oster




JNST 000G-01

The Greeks’ War with Troy:

The Stories and the Evidence



Travel course.

Cross-listed with ARTH, ENGL, VMS.

Fulfills pre-1800 requirement.

HOL 213

MTTHF

10:00-12:50

Nancy Carrick




SPRING 2016



English Department


ENGLISH 102-06 TTH 9:30-10:50

Academic Writing Seminar WA

Claudia Ingram
Discovering new writing strategies can be a peculiarly liberating experience. This may be the most important class you’ll take in college.
ENGLISH 110-01 TTH 2:30-3:50

Poetry HL, WA

Daniel Kiefer
Hip-hop rhymes and hooks, Emily Dickinson’s hymn meter, contemporary free verse, Walt Whitman’s free-flowing lines, love sonnets by Shakespeare and sonnet-sonnets by William Wordsworth and John Keats, elegies, dramatic monologues, and more. Let’s explore the design of feeling in poems, how like instrumental musical compositions or abstract paintings they are, how expressive their metaphoric language can be. How does the intensity of utterance in a lyric poem give us a new experience of emotion?
You’ll have different kinds of writing to do: exercises in analyzing poetic form, short response papers, and longer essays. You’ll memorize some 15 or 20 lines of a favorite poem to recite to the class. Along the way you’ll discover how song captures the heart.
ENGLISH 120-01 MW 11:30-12:50

Contemporary Literature: HL

Contemporary South/Asian Literature and Culture

Cross-listed with Asian Studies and

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Priya Jha
In this course, we will read the works of South Asian and South Asian American authors and cultural critics, but our focus will be on South Asian writers who live and work in the United States. The course will focus on the experiences the history of European imperialism as it is refracted through American social formations and the effects this history has had on South Asians in the United States. We will consider how these writers and a few filmmakers explore gender, class, religious, and other differences amongst South Asians in the U.S. In addition, we will examine the position of South Asian Americans in the U.S. in relation to other Asian American populations, to the black and white dichotomy of racial discourses, and to the global cultures of transnational capital including those of the homelands. We will focus on themes of identity, memory, alienation, assimilation, solidarity, and resistance.
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