Spring 2008 Course Schedule

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200 A Islands in Modern Literature Miller M-Th 8:30- 12791
200 B READING LITERATURE Goodhead M-Th 9:30- 12792
200 C (Autobiography and Memory) Clark M-Th 10:30- 12793
200 D “Borrowed Literature: Investigating Inclusiveness and Exclusiveness in Literary Traditions” Vechinski M-Th 11:30- 12794
200 E “War and Human Experience” Wang M-Th 12:30- 12795
200 F Making Mistakes on Purpose Maestas M-Th 1:30- 12796
207 A Cultural Studies and the Promiscuous Archive Kae M-Th 11:30- 12803
207 B Introduction to Cultural Studies Dean M-Th 12:30- 12804
211 A Medieval and Renaissance Literature Mukherjee M-Th 8:30- 12805
212 A The Age of Enlightenment and Revolution: Solitude and Society Butwin TTh 12:30-2:20 12806
213 A Modern and postmodern violence Van Rijswijk M-Th 10:30- 12807
213 B Modern & Postmodern Literature James M-Th 1:30- 12808
225 A SHAKESPEARE Borlik M-Th 1:30- 12809
225 B SHAKESPEARE Sucich TTh 11:30-1:20 18488
228 A A Survey of Medieval and Early Modern Poems of Murder, God and Love Rygh M-Th 9:30- 12810
230 A Writers on Writing Terry M-Th 1:30- 12811
242 A Sex, Freedom, and Constraint Kimmey M-Th 8:30- 12812
242 B Reading Literature: Sex, Race, and Gender in Literature Lewis M-Th 9:30- 12813
242 C Investigating Detective Fiction: Epistemologies of Crime and Justice Hisayasu M-Th 10:30- 12814
242 D READING FICTION Kelly M-Th 11:30- 12815
242 E READING FICTION Hernandez M-Th 12:30- 12816
242 F Fictional Change: Literary Transformations and Deformations Morgan M-Th 1:30- 12817
243 A Visionary Poetry: Romanticism to Postmodernism Hunstperger TTh 8:30-10:20 12818
250 A Introduction to American Literature Einhorn M-Th 8:30- 12819
250 B Introduction to American Literature DeBlois M-Th 9:30- 12820
250 C Introduction to American Literature Bryant M-Th 1:30- 12821
258 A African-American Literature: 1745-Present MW 11:30-1:20, F 11:30-12:20 12822
281 A "Food Matters: Writing about Food, Community, Class and Culture" Mondor MW 8:30-10:20 12823
281 B Intermediat Expository Writing Halpin MW 12:30-2:20 12824
281 C Genre and the Northwest Oenbring TTh 8:30-10:20 12825
283 A Beginning Verse Writing Christian MW 4:30-5:50 12826
283 B Beginning Verse Writing Jennings TTh 9:30-10:50 12827
284 A The Bright Blank Page: Introduction to Creative Writing Brower TTh 10:30-11:50 12828
284 B Beginning Short Story Writing Harding TTh 2:30-3:50 12829
 
300 A Watching and Wondering: Whitman’s Legacy Walker TTh 1:30-2:20 12830
302 A Cultural Studies of the Novel: Formalism and Historicism Harkins TTh 11:30-1:20 12831
302 B Critical Practice, or, What Do We Do When We Do English? Webster TTh 1:30-3:20 12832
302 C CRITICAL PRACTICE Gatlin TTh 10:30-12:20 18892
315 A LITERARY MODERNISM Davis TTh 8:30-10:20 12833
320 A English Literature: The Middle Ages Sucich MW 8:30-10:20 12835
321 A CHAUCER Remley MW 1:30-3:20 12836
323 A SHAKESPEARE TO 1603 Coldewey TTh 12:30-2:20 12837
324 A Shakespeare after 1603 LaGuardia TTh 10:30-12:20 12838
333 A English Novel: Early & Middle 19th Century Blake TTh 10:30-12:20 12839
335 A Age of Victoria: Self-Help, Reform, Empire Holzer TTh 9:30-11:20 12840
337 A The Modern Novel Davis TTh 1:30-3:20 12841
338 A MODERN POETRY Popov MW 7:00-8:50p 18245
343 A Postmodern American Poetry: Experimental Form and Political Engagement Hunstperger TTh 12:30-2:20 12842
345 A American Independent Film Gillis-Bridges M 2:30-5:20, TTh 2:30-4:20 12843
350 A Traditions in American Fiction Abrams TTh 7:00-8:50p 18246
353 A American Literature: Later 19th Century Griffith M-Th 8:30- 12845
355 C Postmodern Places and Spaces Patterson MW 12:30-2:20 12847
368 A Women Writers: The Reading and Writing Self and her Others Holzer TTh 2:30-4:20
370 A English Language Study Moore TTh 11:30-1:20 12849
381 A Advanced Expository Writing Liu TTh 2:30-4:20 12850
382 A Writing for the Web Dillon MW 12:30-2:20 12851
383 A was Intermediate Verse Writing Seong MW 12:30-1:50 12852
383 B was Intermediate Verse Writing Kenney TTh 1:30-2:50 12853
384 A was Intermediate Short Story Writing Wong MW 3:30-4:50 12854
384 B was Intermediate Short Story Writing Huberman TTh 10:30-11:50 12855
 
407 A Living in Place: Literature and the Environment Handwerk TTh 9:30-11:20 12856
407 B Special Topics in Cultural Studies Liu TTh 11:30-1:20 12857
422 A ARTHURIAN LEGENDS Remley MW 4:30-6:20p 18247
440 A Double Exposures: Literary Character and Reader Salvation George TTh 4:30-6:20p
443 A Poetry: Special Studies Feld MW 12:30-2:20
444 A Capstone in Dramatic Literature (Comedy) Popov MW 1:30-3:20 12860
471 A The Composition Process Rai MW 3:30-5:20 12861
473 A Language and Gender Stygall TTh 12:30-2:20 12862
478 A Language and Social Policy Stygall TTh 3:30-5:20 12864
483 A Advanced Verse Workshop Kenney TTh 10:30-11:50 12865
484 A Advanced Prose Workshop Bosworth W 4:30-7:20p 12866
486 A PLAYWRITING Wagoner TTh 12:30-1:50 12867
487 A SCREENWRITING Wong MW 12:30-1:50 12868
495 A please contact Professor Maya Sonenberg, Director of Creative Writing, before registering Sonenberg MW 2:30-3:50 12872
496 A Major Conference for Honors LaPorte MW 1:30-3:20 12873
496 B Major Conference for Honors Allen TTh 2:30-4:20 12874
498 B Recent British Fiction Lockwood MW 10:30-12:20 12875
498 C Literatures of the Black Atlantic Tobias MW 9:30-11:20 12876
498 L "Consuming Narratives: Literature about Food" Barlow TTh 9:30-11:20 12877
498 N Mapping the reader’s journey Johnson-Bogart TTh 2:30-4:20 12879

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