Literature and Criticism Course Offerings

  • English master's student reading a book

    Summer 2020 Course Offerings
    Course Number Course Name Instructor Date/Time
    ENGL 756/856 Digital Literacy for the English Professional Sherwood 8:30–4:30
    ENGL 765/865 Literature as Genre: Playable Literature Sell MTWR 1:30–4:00
    ENGL 772/872 Women’s Lit: Women’s Writing, Gender, and Culture Yang MTWR 4:30–7:00
    ENGL 955 History and Theory of Criticism Watson MTWR 8:00–10:30
    ENGL 985 Seminar Comparative Lit Theory: Aesthetics and the European Romantic Mind Holm MTWR 10:45–1:15
    ENGL 761/861 American Lit before 1870: Adapting the American Renaissance Thompson MTWR 10:45–1:15
    ENGL 763/863 Brit Lit before 1660: Play to Play: Shakespeare and Contemporary Adaptations Orchard MTWR 4:15–6:45
    ENGL 956 Lit Theory for the Teacher and Scholarly Writer Williamson MTWR 1:30–4:00
    ENGL 983 Lit Theory Applied to American Lit: Petrocultures of the U.S. and Canada Comfort MTWR 8:00–10:30
    Fall 2020 Course Offerings
    Course Number Course Name Instructor Date/Time
    ENGL 674 Research Trends in English Williamson T 6:00–8:30
    ENGL 753/853 Literature as a Profession
    Holm W 3:00–5:30
    ENGL 763/863 British Lit before 1660: Shakespeare and Adaptations in the Contemporary Novel
    Orchard R 6:00–8:30
    ENGL 772/872 Women’s Lit: Women’s Writing, Gender, and Culture
    Yang W 6:00–8:30
    ENGL 765/865 Literature as a Genre: Podcasting, Narrative, Poetics, and Sound
    Sherwood M 6:00–8:30
    ENGL 955 The History of Theory and Criticism
    Watson M 3:00–5:30
    ENGL 983 Lit Theory Applied to American Lit: New Historicism and the Archive in American Literature
    Heflin T 3:00–5:30
    ENGL 985 Comp Lit Theory: Yiddish Literature/African American Literary Theory
    Williamson
    M 3:00–5:30
    ENGL 797/897 Independent Seminar Thompson, Slater