Winter 2009 Course Schedule

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200 AREADING LITERATURE Menzies M-Th 8:30
200 AREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Menzies M-Th 8:30
200 BREADING LITERATURE Mahmoud M-Th 9:30
200 BREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Mahmoud M-Th 9:30
200 CREADING LITERATURE (Rendering the American Family) Speser M-Th 10:30
200 CREADING LITERATURE (Rendering the American Family) Speser M-Th 10:30
200 DREADING LITERATURE (Colonial and Postcolonial Literature) Patel M-Th 11:30
200 DREADING LITERATURE (Colonial and Postcolonial Literature) Patel M-Th 11:30
200 EREADING LITERATURE Hansen M-Th 12:30
200 EREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Hansen M-Th 12:30
200 FREADING LITERATURE (Border Romances) Griesbach TTh 1:30-3:20
200 FREADING LITERATURE (Border Romances) Griesbach TTh 1:30-3:20
202 AINTRO TO ENGL LANG AND LIT (Introduction to the Study of English Language and Literature) Burstein MWF 10:30
205 AMTHD, IMAGNTN, INQURY (Method, Imagination, and Inquiry) Searle M-F 1:30
207 AINTRO CULTURE ST (Intro to Cultural Studies: Virtual Worlds and Video Games) Chang M-Th 9:30
207 BINTRO CULTURE ST (Exploring Cultural Studies in the Urban Archive) Anderson M-Th 11:30
211 AMID/REN LIT (Medieval and Renaissance Literature) Maestas M-Th 1:30
211 ALIT 1500-1800 (Medieval and Renaissance Literature) Maestas M-Th 1:30
212 ALIT ENLTMT & REVOLN (Literature of Enlightenment & Revolution) M-Th 8:30-9:30
212 ALIT 1700-1900 (Literature, 1700-1900) M-Th 8:30-9:30
213 AMODERN/POST MOD LITERATURE (Modern & Postmodern Literature) Wang M-Th 11:30
213 BMODERN/POST MOD LITERATURE (Modern and Postmodern Literature: Intellectual Developments of the 20th Century) Anderson M-Th 12:30
225 ASHAKESPEARE (Shakespeare’s World and Theatre) Mukherjee M-Th 8:30
229 AENGL LIT: 1600-1800 (English Literary Culture 1600-1800) Grant M-Th 9:30
230 AENGL LIT: AFTER 1800 (English Literary Culture: After 1800) Kelly M-Th 8:30-9:20
242 BREADING FICTION (Periodization and Aesthetic Trends) Overaa M-Th 9:30
242 BREADING Prose FICTION (Periodization and Aesthetic Trends) Overaa M-Th 9:30
242 CREADING FICTION (Global Modernities, Global Intimacies) Kimmey M-Th 11:30
242 CREADING Prose FICTION (Global Modernities, Global Intimacies) Kimmey M-Th 11:30
242 DREADING FICTION Trujillo M-Th 12:30
242 DREADING Prose FICTION (Read Prose Fiction) Trujillo M-Th 12:30
242 EREADING FICTION (Nature and the National Imaginary in Fiction) Rose M-Th 1:30
242 EREADING Prose FICTION (Nature and the National Imaginary in Fiction) Rose M-Th 1:30
242 FREADING FICTION (Fictionalizing the Victorian Novel) Oldham M-Th 2:30-3:20
242 FREADING Prose FICTION (Fictionalizing the Victorian Novel) Oldham M-Th 2:30-3:20
243 AREADING POETRY (Sound Disorders) Meyer M-Th 12:30
250 AINTRO TO AM LIT (Introduction to American Literature) Furrh M-Th 8:30
250 AAmerican Literature (American Literature) Furrh M-Th 8:30
250 BINTRO TO AM LIT (A Poetics of “the People”: Literature and Crisis in American Studies) Morse M-Th 12:30
250 BAmerican Literature (A Poetics of “the People”: Literature and Crisis in American Studies) Morse M-Th 12:30
250 CINTRO TO AM LIT (Introduction to American Literature) Hernandez M-Th 2:30
250 CAmerican Literature (Introduction to American Literature) Hernandez M-Th 2:30
251 AINTRO AM POL CULT (The Possessive Individual and its Freedom(s)) Ravela MW 12:30-2:20
251 ALiterature and American Political Culture (The Possessive Individual and its Freedom(s)) Ravela MW 12:30-2:20
281 AINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Kelly MW 9:30-11:20
281 BINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Casillas MW 1:30-3:20
281 CINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (The Rhetoric of Writing in the Workplace) Read TTh 8:30-10:20
282 ACOMP FOR THE WEB (Composing for the Web) Welsh MW 8:30-10:20
283 BBEGIN VERSE WRITING (Beginning Verse Writing) Barrell TTh 10:30-11:50
283 CBEGIN VERSE WRITING (Beginning Verse Writing) Kimbrell TTh 2:30-3:50
284 BBEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Corbo TTh 9:30-10:50
284 CBEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Mohar TTh 2:30-3:50
285 AWRITERS ON WRITING Kenney TTh 12:30-1:50
 
302 ACRITICAL PRACTICE Weinbaum TTh 11:30-1:20
302 BCRITICAL PRACTICE (Critical Practice: Theories of the Everyday.) Patterson MW 4:30-6:20
310 ABIBLE AS LITERATURE (The Bible as Literature) LaPorte T 11:30-1:20
311 AMOD JEWISH LIT TRNS (MODERN JEWISH LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION) Butwin TTh 9:30-11:20
315 ALITERARY MODERNISM Staten TTh 1:30-3:20
316 APOSTCLNIAL LIT & CLTR (Postcolonial Literature and Culture) Taranath MW 8:30-10:20
320 AENGL LIT: MID AGES (English Literature: The Middle Ages) Remley TTh 7:00-8:50
322 AELIZABETHAN LIT (Literature in the Age of Elizabeth) Borlik MW 2:30-4:20
324 ASHAKESPEARE AFT 1603 (Late Shakespeare) Borlik MW 8:30-10:20
326 AMILTON LaGuardia TTh 10:30-12:20
327 AREST/18TH C LIT (Sex and the Eighteenth-Century City) Shields MW 12:30-2:20
330 AROMANTIC AGE (Gothic Romanticism) Stansbury TTh 10:30-12:20
333 AENGLISH NOVEL (Narrating Self, Narrating World: The Early to Mid Nineteenth-Century English Novel) Mondal MW 8:30-10:20
335 AAGE OF VICTORIA (Identities and Literary Culture in the Age of Victoria) Mondal MW 2:30-4:20
336 BEARLY MOD ENG LIT (English Literature: The Early Modern Period) Wayland TTh 10:30-12:20
337 AMODERN NOVEL (The Modern Novel) Wayland TTh 12:30-2:20
340 AMOD ANGLO IRISH LIT (Modern Irish Literature) Popov TTh 9:30-11:20
343 ACONTEMP POETRY (US Poetry Since WWII) Reed MW 12:30-2:20
349 BSCI FICT & FANTASY (Science Fiction and Fantasy) Foster TTh 1:30-3:20
350 ATRAD AM FICTION (The Captivity Narrative in American Fiction) Burt TTh 2:30-4:20
352 BEARLY AMER LIT (American Literature: The Early Nation) Griffith M-Th 9:30
353 AAMER LIT LATER 19C (American Literature: Later 19th Century) Abrams MW 2:30-4:20
354 AEARLY MOD AM LIT ((American literature: The Early Modern Period)) Kaup TTh 1:30-3:20
361 AAM POL CLTR AFT 1865 (American Exits: Abolition and Exodus) Feldman MW 7:00-8:50
367 AGENDER STUDIES & LIT (Gender, Madness, and Sexuality) Stansbury TTh 2:30-4:20
370 AENGL LANG STUDY (English Language Study) Stygall MW 1:30-3:20
371 AENGLISH SYNTAX Dillon TTh 12:30-2:20
374 ALANGUAGE OF LIT (The Language of Literature) Moore MW 9:30-11:20
383 ACRAFT OF VERSE (THE CRAFT OF VERSE: THE SERIES AND THE SEQUENCE) Christian MW 12:30-1:50
383 BCRAFT OF VERSE (THE CRAFT OF VERSE: THE SERIES AND THE SEQUENCE) Christian TTh 2:30-3:50
384 ACRAFT OF PROSE (was Intermediate Short Story Writing) Wong MW 3:30-4:50
384 BCRAFT OF PROSE (was Intermediate Short Story Writing) Brower TTh 9:30-10:50
 
440 ASPEC STUDIES IN LIT (When Post-Indian Warriors “Play Indian”: Late 19th and 20th Century American Indian Literary Production) Burt TTh 10:30-12:20
442 ANOVEL-SPEC STUDIES (The Gothic Novel) Shields MW 9:30-11:20
444 ADRAMATIC LIT (Dramatic Literature: Special Studies) Streitberger TTh 10:30-12:20
451 AAMERICAN WRITERS (Toni Morrison, Multiculturalism, and the Post-Civil Rights Era) Feldman MW 1:30-3:20
457 CPACIFIC NW LIT ("Contemporary American Indian Literature: A Northwest Focus") Million TTh 3:30-5:20
466 AGAY/LESBIAN STUDEIS (Homosexual Agendas and Other Tales) Harkins MW 1:30-3:20
483 AADV VERSE WORKSHOP (Advanced Verse Workshop) Triplett MW 12:30-1:50
484 AADV PROSE WORKSHOP (Advanced Prose Workshop) Johnson W 4:30-7:20
494 AHONORS SEMINAR (Héloise and Abélard) Lockwood MW 1:30-3:20
494 BHONORS SEMINAR (Killing Time: History and the Literary Imagination) Liu TTh 11:30-1:20
498 ASENIOR SEMINAR (What Is It to Be Modern? Literature and Visual Culture) Masuga MW 4:30-6:20
498 BSENIOR SEMINAR (An Introduction to Black South African fiction: race, space and resistance.) Chrisman MW 1:30-3:20
498 CSENIOR SEMINAR (Memoir: History and the Writing of the Self) Simpson TTh 9:30-11:20
498 DSENIOR SEMINAR (Novels Begetting Novels: Intertextuality in 19th and 20th Century Fiction) Kaplan TTh 1:30-3:20

 

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