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ENGL113A Nation of Immigrants?
ENGL130The English Essay
ENGL131Writing About Places
ENGL131BWriting About Places: Africa
ENGL132Writing Medicine and the Doctor-Writer
ENGL140FLiterature, Laughter, Philosophy: Tristram Shandy (FYS)
ENGL141FSlavery, Latifundio, and Revolution in Latin American Literature and Cinema (FYS)
ENGL142FBeyond Marvel: Introduction to the Graphic Novel (FYS)
ENGL145FBody and Text (FYS)
ENGL165FQuerying the Nation: American Literature and Ethnic Studies (FYS)
ENGL175FStaging America: Modern American Drama (FYS)
ENGL201CWays of Reading: Texts and Territories
ENGL201EWays of Reading: Gifts, Debts, and Promises
ENGL201HWays of Reading: Influence, Imitation, Invention
ENGL201JWays of Reading: Literary Form and Forms
ENGL201KWays of Reading: Borrowing and Stealing: Authorship and Originality in Literature
ENGL201PWays of Reading: Autobiography
ENGL201TWays of Reading: Literature About Literature
ENGL204American Literature, 1865--1945
ENGL205Shakespeare
ENGL206British Literature in the Enlightenment: Individualism, Consumer Culture, and the Public Sphere
ENGL207Chaucer and His World
ENGL208Feminist Theories
ENGL209From Seduction to Civil War: The Early U.S. Novel
ENGL210The Rise of the Novel
ENGL211Ethics of Embodiment (FGSS Gateway)
ENGL213Contemporary British and American Fiction
ENGL214Writing Nonfiction
ENGL217Recent American Fiction
ENGL222Slavery and the Literary Imagination
ENGL223The African Novel II: After Achebe
ENGL224Medieval Drama: Read It and Be in It
ENGL225Darwinian Fictions
ENGL226Romantic-Era Extremities: Madness, Revolution, Sublimity, and the Celtic Fringe
ENGL230Introduction to Asian American Literature
ENGL232Mystics and Militants: Medieval Women Writers
ENGL235Childhood in America
ENGL236The British Modernist Novel, 1900--1945
ENGL238Contemporary African American Poetry and Its Pasts
ENGL239The Empire Writes Back: Readings in Postcolonial Literature
ENGL242Storied Places: Revival, Renewal, and African American Landscapes
ENGL245The Book as Object
ENGL246Personalizing History
ENGL251Epic Tradition
ENGL252Animal Theories/Human Fictions
ENGL253Science and/as Literature in Early Modern England
ENGL254India and the World: Fiction and Film About India and Globalization
ENGL255Writing on the Land of Freedom: The Pastoral in African American Literature
ENGL256The Emergence of World Literature(s)
ENGL258New World Poetics
ENGL263Black Performance Theory
ENGL266Special Topics: Creative Writing for New Media
ENGL268Reading and Writing Fiction
ENGL269Introduction to Playwriting
ENGL273American Autobiography
ENGL274Caribbean Poetry and Cinema: "Fields of Islands" in an Open Sea
ENGL275Race and Place in Early American Writing
ENGL276Diasporic South Asian Writing and American Studies
ENGL277Race and Ethnicity on the Shakespearean Stage
ENGL278Writing On and As Performance
ENGL279Introduction to Latina/o/x Literature and Art: Border, Citizen, Body
ENGL280Staging Race in Early Modern England
ENGL281Award-Winning Playwrights
ENGL283Old Poetics for New Poets
ENGL286When Harlem Was in Vogue
ENGL287On The Border: Chicana/o, American, and Mexican Literatures and Cinemas
ENGL288Poets, Radicals, and Reactionaries: Romantic Poetry in Conversation
ENGL289Intertextual Aesthetics in African American Culture: From Signifyin(g) to Sampling
ENGL293Love, War, and a Few Monsters: An Introduction to Medieval Literature
ENGL295Reading Theories
ENGL301Philosophy of Memory in African American Literature
ENGL303Narrative Theory
ENGL308All the Feels: Affect Theory and Cultural Studies
ENGL311Modernist Writers: Virginia Woolf and Jean Rhys
ENGL315Writing and Drawing Comics
ENGL316Rethinking World Literature
ENGL317Special Topics: Plot
ENGL318Special Topics: Living Room: Place and Structure in the Novel and Short Story
ENGL319Crossing the Color Line: Racial Passing in American Literature
ENGL322American Modernism
ENGL324Black Power and the Modern Narrative of Slavery
ENGL325Intermediate Nonfiction Workshop
ENGL327Criticism and Psychoanalysis
ENGL328Brown, Black, and Queer Forms and Feelings
ENGL329Special Topic: Writing and Reading Short Stories
ENGL330Writing History
ENGL333Special Topic: Novel Forms
ENGL334Special Topic: Something in the Air: Mining the Oral/Aural Tradition in African American Poetry
ENGL336Intermediate Poetry Workshop
ENGL337Advanced Poetry Workshop
ENGL339Intermediate Fiction Workshop
ENGL341Archiving America
ENGL343Contesting American History: Fiction After 1967
ENGL345Forms of Presence in Renaissance Lyric
ENGL347Special Topics: Day Books, Diaries, Notebooks, Etc.
ENGL350The Law, the Citizen, and the Literary and Cinematic Imaginations
ENGL351Debate and Destruction: Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages
ENGL353Race, Ethnicity, and Religion in Medieval Literature
ENGL354Reading and Rereading Moby Dick
ENGL355Scribes, Book Worms, and Bibliomaniacs: The Thrall of the Book
ENGL356Theories of Translation
ENGL358Writing the War on Terror: Crafting Literary Responses to Fiction, Film, and Television after 9/11
ENGL359Criticism and Marxism
ENGL361After Orientalism: Asian American Literature and Theory After 2000
ENGL363The Sounds of Black and Brown Performance
ENGL369Sex, Death, and God: English Metaphysical Poetry from Donne to Marvell
ENGL371Sister Acts: Black Feminist/Womanist Theater of the African Diaspora
ENGL373From Courtly Love to Cannibalism: Medieval Romances
ENGL374Special Topic: Unreliable Narrators
ENGL376The New York Intellectuals
ENGL378Queer Times: Poetics, Activisms, Temporalities
ENGL385Survey of African American Theater
ENGL388Calderwood Seminar in Public Writing: The Literature of the American 1960s

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