Courses

Honors English 2320 American Literature Since 1865 & ENG 2350
Apr 7, 2020

This coming fall semester Dr. Mike Wilson will be teaching the cross-listed honors ENG 2320.410: American Literature since 1865, and ENG 2350: Studies...

ENG 4898/99: Topics in Irish Literature
Apr 7, 2020

This fall Dr. Kathryn Kirkpatrick will be teaching English 4898/99: Topics in Irish Literature. The course will examine how Irish artists have respond...

ENG 2530: Misunderstanding Poetry
Apr 7, 2020

This fall Dr. Leonardo Flores will be teaching English 2530: Misunderstanding poetry. The course is designed to engage students who may not care about...

ENG 4825/4826: Topics in Medieval Literature
Apr 6, 2020

Next semester, Dr. Alison Gulley will be teaching ENG 4825/4826: Medieval Afterlives which focuses on “medievalism,” or the construction...

ENG 3450/ RC 3400
Apr 6, 2020

This is fall Professor Bethany Mannon will be teaching ENG 3450: Advanced Composition: Digital Storytelling. The course will focus on creating narrati...

English 4870-101 Literature of the British Romantic Period
Apr 6, 2020

This fall Dr. William D. Brewer will be teaching English 4870-101: Literature of the British Romantic Period with a focus on the Regency Period o...

Summer Classes
Mar 30, 2020

Good news! The English department has released a list of courses available over the summer. Please speak with your advisor if you are interested in an...

ENG 4585/86: Studies in Ethnic American Literature
Mar 30, 2020

Next semester Dr. Tammy Wahpeconiah is offering “Wandering in Strange Lands”: Speculative Fiction & Ethnic Writers as English 4585/86. The cla...

ENG 4120-101
Mar 24, 2020

This coming Fall semester Dr. Belinda Walzer is teaching English 4120-101 Grant Writing. The goal of this course is to get students real experience in...

English 5890- 20th Century British Literature: James Joyce's Ulysses
Mar 17, 2020

Dr. Carl Eby will be teaching this graduate level course in Fall of 2020. This class focuses on James Joyce's novel Ulysses and its profound impact on...