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English Courses (2009 - 2010)

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Data Updated: July 13 2009 11:41:48 AM
Rooms ending with "#" start at 1:00 pm on first day of term.

Dept Section CR Div Prereq Course Title FacultyEnr Cap Room
* ENG 1-111 1 HW Topic: After Hamlet Stavreva0 0
* ENG 2-111 1 HW Topic: Introduction to Literary Analysis via Virginia Woolf Hankins1 2
* ENG 3-111-A 1 HW Topic: Introduction to Film Analysis: Citizen Kane and more Hankins2 2
* ENG 3-111-B 1 HW Topic: Bob Dylan and the Language of Protest Freeman, G.2 2
* ENG 4-111-A 1 HW Topic: Nineteenth Century European Drama Mouton1 2
* ENG 4-111-B 1 HW Topic: From Esther to Elizabeth I: Queens in Sacred Writings, Literature, and Film Stavreva2 2
* ENG 5-111-A 1 HW Topic: Responses to War Entel1 2
* ENG 5-111-B 1 HW Topic: Nineteenth Century European Drama Mouton0 2
* ENG 7-111 1 HW Topic: Responses to War Entel1 2
* ENG 8-111 1 HW Topic: Bob Dylan and the Language of Protest Freeman, G.2 2
ENG 9-210 1 H American Survey Freeman, G.25 25
ENG 3-211 1 H English Survey I Staff24 25
ENG 5-211 1 H English Survey I Stavreva16 25
ENG 6-212 1 H English Survey II Hankins20 25
ENG 2-215 1 F Introduction to Creative Writing Entel15 18
ENG 4-215 1 F Introduction to Creative Writing Entel13 18
ENG 7-240 1 H Theatre, Architecture, and the Arts in England Stavreva/Mouton19 50
ENG 7-311 1 H Grammar and the Politics of English Ivanov12 25
ENG 5-317 1 F Advanced Poetry Writing Freeman, G.10 18
ENG 8-321 1 H Studies in Medieval Literature: Dante Stavreva20 25
ENG 2-323 1 H Shakespeare I: Comedies and Romances Stavreva22 25
ENG 9-333 1 H Victorian English Literature Mouton11 25
ENG 7-336 1 H Early Twentieth Century Literature Hankins20 25
ENG 8-345 1 H Late Nineteenth Century American Literature Entel23 25
ENG 1-350 1 H American Nature Writers Freeman, G.24 25
ENG 6-361 1 H Modern Poetry Freeman, G.16 25
ENG 1-367 1 H Multicultural Literature Entel18 25
ENG 3-370 1 H AIDS Literature, Film, and Social Theory Mouton20 25
ENG 4-372 1 H Film and Film Criticism: Analyzing Hitchcock: The Avant-Garde and Beyond Hankins21 25
ENG 9-374 1 H Advanced Topic: The Patient and the Doctor in the Literary Arts Hankins13 25
ENG 3-382 1 F Advanced Topic: Distinguished Visiting Fiction Writer Seminar: The Protagonist Must Protag: The Intersection of Plot and Character in Children's Literature Prineas12 18
ENG 9-383 1 F Advanced Topic: Distinguished Visiting Creative Non-Fiction Writer Seminar: Reading and Writing the Rural Martone0 18
ENG 1-411 1 H Senior Seminar: A Critical History of the Novel Mouton13 15
ENG 0-715 0.25 F Literature in Action: Editing Freeman, G.0 25

Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
ENG 111 Topics in Literature, Film, and Cultural Studies 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ENG 210 American Survey 9 2 9
ENG 211 English Survey I 3 5 7
ENG 212 English Survey II 6 3
ENG 215 Introduction to Creative Writing 2 4 1 6
ENG 240 Theatre, Architecture, and the Arts in England 7
ENG 311 Grammar and the Politics of English 7
ENG 317 Advanced Poetry Writing 5
ENG 318 Advanced Fiction Writing 8
ENG 321 Studies in Medieval Literature: Dante 8
ENG 323 Shakespeare I: Comedies and Romances 2
ENG 325 Renaissance Non-Dramatic Literature 8
ENG 326 Milton 6
ENG 327 Shakespeare after Shakespeare: Performance and Cultural Criticism 2
ENG 329 Eighteenth Century Fiction 4
ENG 331 English Literature: The Romantics 9
ENG 333 Victorian English Literature 9
ENG 334 Nineteenth Century English Novel 7
ENG 335 Virginia Woolf 6
ENG 336 Early Twentieth Century Literature 7
ENG 343 The American Renaissance 5
ENG 345 Late Nineteenth Century American Literature 8
ENG 347 Modern American Literature 1
ENG 350 American Nature Writers 1
ENG 361 Modern Poetry 6
ENG 363 Contemporary Fiction 9
ENG 367 Multicultural Literature 1
ENG 370 AIDS Literature, Film, and Social Theory 3
ENG 371 Critical Theory 5
ENG 372 Film and Film Criticism 4 4
ENG 373 Advanced Topic: Nineteenth Century Drama 4
ENG 374 Topics in Literature 9 3
ENG 381 Advanced Topic in Creative Writing (in southern Africa) 3
ENG 382 Advanced Topic: Distinguished Visiting Fiction Writer Seminar: The Protagonist Must Protag: The Intersection of Plot and Character in Children's Literature 3
ENG 383 Advanced Topic: Distinguished Visiting Creative Non-Fiction Writer Seminar: Reading and Writing the Rural 9
ENG 411 Senior Seminar 1 1 7
ENG 714 Literature in Action: Shakespeare Play 0
ENG 715 Literature in Action: Editing 0 0

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