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ENGL111Shakespeare and Company
ENGL120The Nobel Writers: Literary Institutions and the Literary Canon
ENGL131Writing About Places: Africa
ENGL141Slavery, Latifundio, and Revolution in Latin American Literature and Cinema
ENGL175Staging America: Modern American Drama
ENGL176August Wilson
ENGL201AWays of Reading: Adapting Shakespeare
ENGL201BWays of Reading: Narrative Forms
ENGL201DWays of Reading: Reading for Genre: Form, History, Theory
ENGL201EWays of Reading: Reading Encounters: Gifts, Debts, and Promises
ENGL201FWays of Reading: Literature about Literature
ENGL201GWays of Reading: Contact Zones: Travel, Migration, and American Literature
ENGL201HWays of Reading: Influence, Imitation, Invention
ENGL201LWays of Reading: Forms of Difference
ENGL201MWays of Reading: Writing in New England
ENGL204American Literature, 1865-1945
ENGL207Chaucer and His World
ENGL208Enlightenment to Modernism: British Literature, 1780-1914
ENGL209From Seduction to Civil War: The Early U.S. Novel
ENGL210The Rise of the Novel
ENGL211Ethics of Embodiment (FGSS Gateway)
ENGL212Postcolonial Bildungsroman
ENGL213Contemporary British and American Fiction
ENGL214Introduction to Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory
ENGL217Sex, Drugs, and Shopping: Scenes of Consumption in Postwar American Fiction
ENGL219From Blackface to Black Power: The Art of Politics in 20th-C African American History and Culture
ENGL220African American Literary Activism: Wheatley--Jacobs
ENGL221The African Novel
ENGL222Slavery and the Literary Imagination
ENGL224Medieval Drama: Read It and Be in It
ENGL225Outsiders in European Literature
ENGL227The Victorian Novel
ENGL229The New York School: Poetry, Art, Movies, and the Mimeo Revolution
ENGL23119th-Century African American Women Writers
ENGL235Childhood in America
ENGL236The British Modernist Novel, 1900-1945
ENGL239The Empire Writes Back: Readings in Postcolonial Literature
ENGL243Caribbean Writers in the U.S. Diaspora
ENGL245American Modernisms: Time, Space, and Race
ENGL247Narrative and Ideology
ENGL248Imagining the American South
ENGL250Contemporary U.S. Poetry
ENGL251Epic Tradition
ENGL253Science and/as Literature in Early Modern England
ENGL255Writing on the Land of Freedom: The Pastoral in African American Literature
ENGL256The Emergence of World Literature(s)
ENGL258New World Poetics
ENGL259Shakespeare and the Category of the Human
ENGL262Literatures of Lying
ENGL265Future Visions: Temporality and the Politics of Change
ENGL266The Russian and English Novel
ENGL272The Modernist City-Novel from Dublin to Döblin
ENGL273South Asian Writing in Diaspora
ENGL275Race and Place in Early American Writing
ENGL279Introduction to Latina/o Literature: Border, Citizen, Body
ENGL281Special Topics in Analysis and Criticism: Award-Winning Playwrights
ENGL285British Modernist Literature
ENGL288Poets, Radicals, and Reactionaries: Romantic Poetry in Conversation
ENGL293Introduction to Medieval Literature
ENGL294Diasporas, Transnationalism, and Globalization
ENGL295Reading Theories
ENGL299A Playwright's Workshop: Intermediate
ENGL303Narrative Theory
ENGL305Shakespeare's Macbeth: From Saga to Screen
ENGL306Special Topics: The Beats and Their Discontents
ENGL307African American Autobiography
ENGL312Special Topics: Identity Fictions
ENGL314Circulating Bodies: Commodities, Prostitutes, and Slaves in 18th-Century England
ENGL315Time Is Money: Capitalism and Temporality
ENGL317Special Topic: Character
ENGL326Advanced Nonfiction Workshop
ENGL329Postwar American Writers: Philip Roth and Don DeLillo
ENGL331Topics in African American Literature: Charles Chesnutt and Pauline Hopkins
ENGL332Romanticism, Criticism, Theory
ENGL333Meaning and Materiality: Recent Trends in Theory
ENGL337Advanced Poetry Workshop
ENGL341Archiving America
ENGL342Advanced Fiction Workshop
ENGL343Contesting American History: Fiction After 1967
ENGL345American Literature as American Studies
ENGL346The Black South
ENGL351Jews and Christians in Medieval England: Debate, Dialogue, and Destruction
ENGL353Medieval Ethnicities and Ethnographies
ENGL354Translation: Theory and Practice
ENGL355Special Topics: The Use of Humor
ENGL356Theories of Translation
ENGL364Vietnam and the American Imagination
ENGL371Henry James and the Giant Peach: Teaching the Fundamentals of Literary Analysis
ENGL372Literature and Visual Culture in Shakespeare's England
ENGL375British Poetry Between Milton and Wordsworth
ENGL376The New York Intellectuals
ENGL378Queer Times: The Poetics and Politics of Temporality
ENGL382American Literary Regionalism
ENGL399Advanced Playwriting: Long Form


Spring 2015 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       ENGL
ENGL105Body and Text
ENGL110Poetry and Democracy
ENGL111Shakespeare and Company
ENGL115Literature of London
ENGL132Writing Medicine and the Doctor-Writer
ENGL140Literature, Laughter, Philosophy: Tristram Shandy
ENGL151American Revolutions and Counterrevolutions
ENGL171Brief Encounters: Short Fiction by African American Women
ENGL195Readings in American Drama
ENGL201AWays of Reading: Adapting Shakespeare
ENGL201CWays of Reading: Texts and Territories
ENGL201DWays of Reading: Reading for Genre: Form, History, Theory
ENGL201EWays of Reading: Reading Encounters: Gifts, Debts, and Promises
ENGL201FWays of Reading: Literature about Literature
ENGL201GWays of Reading: Contact Zones: Travel, Migration, and American Literature
ENGL201JWays of Reading: Literary Form and Forms
ENGL204American Literature, 1865-1945
ENGL205Shakespeare
ENGL207Chaucer and His World
ENGL208Enlightenment to Modernism: British Literature, 1780-1914
ENGL210The Rise of the Novel
ENGL211Ethics of Embodiment (FGSS Gateway)
ENGL213Contemporary British and American Fiction
ENGL214Introduction to Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory
ENGL215Place and Belonging: 20th C. Latina/o, African American, & Caribbean Imagination--NYC
ENGL222Slavery and the Literary Imagination
ENGL223After Achebe: Contemporary African Writing
ENGL224Medieval Drama: Read It and Be in It
ENGL225Outsiders in European Literature
ENGL226Romantic Extremities: Madness, Revolution, Sublimity, and the Celtic Fringe
ENGL228The American Pacific
ENGL230Introduction to Asian American Literature
ENGL232Mystics and Militants: Medieval Women Writers
ENGL233History of Musical Theater
ENGL236The British Modernist Novel, 1900-1945
ENGL240Introduction to African American Literature
ENGL241Special Topics in Creative Writing: Merging Forms
ENGL243Caribbean Writers in the U.S. Diaspora
ENGL244Workshop in African American Poetry
ENGL246Personalizing History
ENGL247Narrative and Ideology
ENGL248Imagining the American South
ENGL249Contemporary Plays: Writing and Reading
ENGL250Contemporary U.S. Poetry
ENGL252Animal Theories/Human Fictions
ENGL253Science and/as Literature in Early Modern England
ENGL255Writing on the Land of Freedom: The Pastoral in African American Literature
ENGL256The Emergence of World Literature(s)
ENGL258New World Poetics
ENGL259Shakespeare and the Category of the Human
ENGL263The "Modern" 18th Century: Science, Consumer Culture, Individuality, and Enlightenment
ENGL265Future Visions: Temporality and the Politics of Change
ENGL268Creative Criticism and Inquiry: Writing Documentary Nonfiction and Poetry
ENGL269Introduction to Playwriting
ENGL288Poets, Radicals, and Reactionaries: Romantic Poetry in Conversation
ENGL290Place, Character, and Design: Techniques in Writing Nonfiction and Fiction
ENGL294Diasporas, Transnationalism, and Globalization
ENGL299A Playwright's Workshop: Intermediate
ENGL310The Senses and the Subject in Cinema and Poetry
ENGL311Modernist Writers: Virginia Woolf and Jean Rhys
ENGL316Rethinking World Literature
ENGL318Postwar African American Fiction
ENGL319Crossing the Color Line: Racial Passing in American Literature
ENGL320Shakespeare, Milton, and Wordsworth
ENGL321Richard Wright and Company
ENGL324Black Power and the Modern Narrative of Slavery
ENGL325Intermediate Nonfiction Workshop
ENGL329Postwar American Writers: Philip Roth and Don DeLillo
ENGL330Race, Romance, and Reform in 19th-Century African American Women's Writing
ENGL331Topics in African American Literature: Charles Chesnutt and Pauline Hopkins
ENGL332Romanticism, Criticism, Theory
ENGL334Romantic Poetry and the Sense of History
ENGL336Intermediate Poetry Workshop
ENGL338Poetry, Print, and the Sung or Spoken Word
ENGL345American Literature as American Studies
ENGL347Special Topics: Day Books, Diaries, Notebooks, Etc.
ENGL349Historicizing Early Modern Sexualities
ENGL351Jews and Christians in Medieval England: Debate, Dialogue, and Destruction
ENGL353Medieval Ethnicities and Ethnographies
ENGL355Special Topics: The Use of Humor
ENGL359Southern Literature as Migration Studies
ENGL360Special Topics: Writing Lives
ENGL364Vietnam and the American Imagination
ENGL365Querying the Nation: American Literature and Ethnic Studies
ENGL369Performing Black Womanhood:Theorizing African American Women's Identity in 20thC Politics & Culture
ENGL370The Graphic Novel
ENGL372Literature and Visual Culture in Shakespeare's England
ENGL373Beyond the Grail: Medieval Romances
ENGL374American Autobiography
ENGL375British Poetry Between Milton and Wordsworth
ENGL377The View from Abroad on the Early Modern Stage
ENGL378Queer Times: The Poetics and Politics of Temporality
ENGL379The Caribbean Epic
ENGL380In Place of Reading: Social Location and the Literary Text
ENGL381Advanced Fiction
ENGL383Faulkner and Morrison
ENGL385Survey of African American Theater

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