1999 - 2000 Course Schedule


Autumn Quarter 1999
500 Reading Medieval Literature Vaughan TTh 9:30-11:20
501 The Renaissance and Literary Tradition: Teaching Shakespeare; Teaching Spenser Webster MW 3:30-5:20
505 Black Film: Theories of Race and Representation Eversley MW 1:30-3:20
506 Critical Approaches to Literary Texts M. Griffith MW 9:30-11:20
507 The History of Criticism and Literary Theory I (CLit 507) Borch-Jacobsen MW 3:30-5:20
510 Contemporary Criticism (CLit 510) Staten MW 11:30-1:20
512 Introductory Reading in Old English Stevick Daily 8:30
528 Victorian Lit and Political Economy Blake MW 9:30-11:20
531 The Long American 18th Century Patterson TTh 1:30-3:20
533 American Feminist Writing 1940-1960 Simpson TTh 11:30-1:20
535 Radical Writers in Cold War America Shulman MW 11:30-1:20
540 British Modernism Burstein TTh 1:30-3:20
554 Theories of Literary Functions: Emotions in Readers and Performers Frey MW 11:30-1:20
556 Cultural Studies of the 1950s (CLit 535A) Cummings MW 3:30-5:20
559 Psychoanalysis and Colonialism: Colonial Parochializations (CLit 535U) Khanna TTh 7:00-8:50
560 Nature of Language Curzan MW 9:30-11:20
567 Approaches to Teaching Composition Stygall / Dillon / Guerra TTh 3:30-5:20
569 Hypertext Dillon TTh 1:30-3:20
570 Practicum in TESL Silberstein ARR
571 Theory & Practice in TESOL Riggenbach TTh 1:30-3:20
575 Pedagogical Grammar Riggenbach TTh 11:30-1:20
581 Creative Writer as Critical Reader McElroy TTh 1:30-3:20
584 Advanced Fiction Workshop D'Ambrosio MW 3:30-5:20
585 Advanced Poetry Workshop Kenney MW 11:30-1:20
592 English Graduate Studies Shields ARR
Winter Quarter 2000
503 English Literary Culture 1800-1900 Butwin TTh 1:30-3:20
505 American Ethnic Literary Theory & the Postcolonial Butler TTh 3:30-5:20
513 Old English Literature Remley TTh 11:30-1:20
516 Historical Fictions: the Classical Past in Medieval Literature Sanok MW 11:30-1:20
522A Classical Imitations (C Lit 546) Fisher TTh 9:30-11:20
522B The Human Image in English Art and Literature, 1500-1700 van den Berg TTh 1:30-3:20
525 Comparative Orientalisms (C Lit 596A) Aravamudan MW 7:00-8:50
527 William Blake & the English Bible (Relig 570) McCracken TTh 3:30-5:20
532 Exoticism and the Uncanny in American Literature, 1833-1907 Abrams TTh 7-8:50 p.m.
535 Paradigm Shifts in Asian American Lit Sumida MW 3:30-5:20
540 Civilization and Its Discontents: British Writing in the 1920s Kaplan MW 11:30-1:20
551 Teaching Modern Poetry Brenner TTh 9:30-11:20
555 Feminist Theories:  Recent Feminist Writing on Race (C Lit 535B) Weinbaum TTh 11:30-1:20
562 Discourse Analysis Silberstein TTh 9:30-11:20
564 Current Rhetorical Theory Bawarshi MW 3:30-5:20
570 Practicum in TESL Tollefson ARR
572 Methods of TESOL Harshbarger TTh 12:30-2:20
584 Advanced Fiction Workshop Sonenberg TTh 11:30-1:20
585 Advanced Poetry Workshop McHugh W 3:30-7:20
592A English Graduate Studies Shields ARR
592B Library Research Methods Williams F 10:30-12:20
599 Textual Theory (CLit 596B/Hum 522A) Eggert MW 3:30-5:20
Spring Quarter 2000
509 Lit Crit: Early Modern (CLit 509) Searle TTh 3:30-5:20
510 History of Literary Criticism - Kojeve's Legacy (w/CLit 510) Borch-Jacobsen TTh 3:30-5:20
516 Medieval Popular Culture: Recovering Marginalized Voices Remley MW 1:30-3:20
518 Shakespeare and the Nation Fuchs TTh 11:30-1:20
524 Richardson and Fielding Lockwood MW 11:30-1:20
527 Romanticism Goldberg TTh 1:30-3:20
529 "Seeing Where They Are": A Teaching Emphasis Seminar on 19C Intertextuality Dunn MW 3:30-5:20
535 Cosmopolitanism: The Contemporary Debate and American Contexts Posnock TTh 11:30-1:20
537 Pragmatism, Literature and Jurisprudence Crane MW 11:30-1:20
551A Love Poetry Heuving MW 1:30-3:20
551B The Poetry of Seamus Heaney. Ludwig TTh 9:30-11:20
556 Lit/Culture/Theory: Twentieth-Century Emotional Life Allen TTh 11:30-1:20
569 Legal Discourse Stygall TTh 1:30-3:20
570 Practicum in TESL Riggenbach ARR
574 Research Methods in Second Language Acquisition Tollefson MW 1:30-3:20
576 Testing and Evaluation in TESL Riggenbach TTh 1:30-3:20
584 Advanced Fiction Workshop Bosworth W 3:30-7:10
585 Advanced Poetry Workshop Wagoner MW 11:30-1:20
599 Oral and Scribal Texts (CLit 502B/Hum 521/Scand 590A) DuBois MW 3:30-5:20

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