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Spring 2022 Course Promos
Oct 25, 2021

1000 & 2000 Level CoursesENG 2190-101: Science Fiction and FantasyENG 2040: World Literature Since 1650ENG 2130: Multi-ethnic Literature of the US...

ENG 4880/4881: Literature of the Victorian Period
Oct 24, 2021

ENG 4880/4881:  Literature of the Victorian PeriodVictorian Women's PoetryMW 3:30-4:45This course will offer in-depth engagement with the subtle ...

ENG/JHP 3712: Literature and Mass Violence
Oct 24, 2021

ENG/JHP 3712: Literature and Mass ViolenceM/W 2-3:15 HybridThis course will examine the limits and politics of representation, recognition, and resist...

ENG 4590: Topics In World Literature
Oct 19, 2021

ENG 4590: ShipwreckedMWR 1-1:50 p.mThe history of world literature is filled with stories of shipwrecks, followed either by (often harrowing) encounte...

ENG 4730 / 4731: Two Hundred Years of the Novel from Austen to Evaristo Flyer

ENG 4730 / 4731: Two Hundred Years of the Novel from Austen to Evaristo
Oct 19, 2021

ENG 4730: The NovelMWF 1-1:50 p.m.Dr. Jennifer Wilson...

ENG 2190-101: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Oct 18, 2021

ENG 2190-101 "Science Fiction and FantasySF & Dark Fantasy in Short Fiction & MediaAsynchronous / online-only course This course will pro...

ENG 4550: Senior Seminar in Creative Writing
Oct 18, 2021

English 4550: Senior Seminar in Creative WritingReading and Writing the Short Novel with Didion, Denis, and DanticatMW 3:30-4:45We will read short nov...

Grit and Power in Ashleigh Bryant Phillips’ Writing
Oct 4, 2021

Ashleigh Bryant Phillips was our second guest in our Fall 2021 Hughlene Bostian Visiting Writers Series. She read from her debut novel, Sleepovers, wh...

Leah Hampton’s Humor and Evocativeness
Oct 4, 2021

The first author to visit us for our Visiting Writers Series was Appalachia native Leah Hampton. She read “Mingo” from her collection of short sto...

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ENG 4710: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: Woolf as Writer, Reader, and Cultural Icon
Oct 4, 2021

English 4710:  Advanced Studies in Women and Literature“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?:  Woolf as Writer, Reader, and Cultural Icon"Tue...