Courses

ENGL 2130 Ethnic American Literature - Intersections of Latinx and Native American Literatures - Birkhofer (Spring 2023) flyer

ENGL 2130 Ethnic American Literature - Intersections of Latinx and Native American Literatures - Birkhofer (Spring 2023)
Oct 25, 2022

This course will center Latinx and Native American U.S. literary voices from 1600 to the present. The purpose of this course is to provide a literary ...

ENG 4895 Twentieth Century British Literature: 1945-Present flyer

ENG 4895 Twentieth Century British Literature: 1945-Present - Ivory (Spring 2023)
Oct 25, 2022

ENG 4895 will explore literary postmodernism. Conclusively defining postmodernism is impossible. Some opine the postmodernist movement begins in the a...

ENG 2120: Science Fiction and Fantasy - Babb (Spring 2023)

ENG 2190: Science Fiction and Fantasy - Babb (Spring 2023)
Oct 25, 2022

This course explores how science fiction and fantasy provide imaginative spaces for authors and readers to address the hopes and anxieties humans have...

course flyer for Postmodern Experimental Poetry

ENG 4795/6: Postmodern Experimental Poetry - Flores (Spring 2023)
Oct 11, 2022

This course offers an exploration of experimental traditions in poetry in the past 60 years and the myriad ways in which poets have challenged the lit...

ENG 2040: World Literature 1640 to Now (Spring 2023)

ENG 2040: World Literature 1640 to Now - Muenchrath (Spring 2023)
Oct 5, 2022

In this course, we’ll read world literature written since the 17th century in order to investigate, through unique and differing perspectives, our s...

ENG 4710: Advanced Studies in Women and Literature (Spring 2023)

ENG 4710: Advanced Studies in Women and Literature - Groover (Spring 2023)
Oct 5, 2022

In this course we will study Virginia Woolf as novelist, as feminist theorist, and as cultural icon. We will examine Woolf's work in the historical an...

English Department Web Logo with Courae Promos

Fall 2022 Semester Promo Index
Apr 1, 2022

2000 CoursesENG 2040-101: World Literature from 1650-Now3000 CoursesENG 3740: The Materials of Poetry (Studies in Poetry)HON 3515: Human Rights and Re...