Spring 2009 Course Schedule

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200 BREADING LITERATURE Cohen M-Th 9:30
200 BREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Cohen M-Th 9:30
200 CREADING LITERATURE Kelly M-Th 10:30
200 CREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Kelly M-Th 10:30
200 DREADING LITERATURE (“The Anxieties and Pleasures of Reading Literature”) Anderson M-Th 11:30
200 DREADING LITERATURE (“The Anxieties and Pleasures of Reading Literature”) Anderson M-Th 11:30
200 EREADING LITERATURE Ravela M-Th 12:30
200 EREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Ravela M-Th 12:30
200 FREADING LITERATURE Rose M-Th 1:30
200 FREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Rose M-Th 1:30
202 AINTRO TO ENGL LANG AND LIT (Introduction to the Study of English Language and Literature) Cherniavsky MWF 10:30
207 AINTRO CULTURE ST (Racial, Power and Cultural Studies) Patel M-Th 11:30
207 BINTRO CULTURE ST (Introduction to Cultural Studies) Burt MW 2:30-4:20
211 AMID/REN LIT (Medieval and Renaissance Literature) Speser M-Th 1:30
211 ALIT 1500-1800 (Literature, 1500-1800) Speser M-Th 1:30
212 ALIT ENLTMT & REVOLN (Liberal Thoughts) Mahmoud TTh 12:30-2:20
212 ALIT 1700-1900 (Liberal Thoughts) Mahmoud TTh 12:30-2:20
213 AMODERN/POST MOD LITERATURE (Textual Intercourse: Race, Sex, and the Literary in the 20C America) Morse M-Th 10:30
213 BMODERN/POST MOD LITERATURE (Make It New Media: Contemporary [Post]Modernity) Welsh M-Th 1:30
225 ASHAKESPEARE Willet M-Th 1:30
229 AENGL LIT: 1600-1800 (The Human Body in the Early Modern Age) Mukherjee M-Th 9:30
230 AENGL LIT: AFTER 1800 (English Literary Culture: After 1800) Grant M-Th 1:30
242 AREADING FICTION ("Not Your Average High School Novel Class: Re-Reading as Critical Practice") Chang M-Th 8:30
242 AREADING Prose FICTION ("Not Your Average High School Novel Class: Re-Reading as Critical Practice") Chang M-Th 8:30
242 BREADING FICTION (Fiction, Revision, and Discursive Histories) Lee M-Th 9:30
242 BREADING Prose FICTION (Fiction, Revision, and Discursive Histories) Lee M-Th 9:30
242 CREADING FICTION (Epistemologies of Justice: Crime and the Detective Fiction Genre) Hisayasu M-Th 10:30
242 CREADING Prose FICTION (Epistemologies of Justice: Crime and the Detective Fiction Genre) Hisayasu M-Th 10:30
242 DREADING FICTION (Novel Responses) Terry M-Th 11:30
242 DREADING Prose FICTION (Novel Responses) Terry M-Th 11:30
242 EREADING FICTION (“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”: Passing Fiction) Hernandez M-Th 12:30
242 EREADING Prose FICTION (“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”: Passing Fiction) Hernandez M-Th 12:30
242 FREADING FICTION (Travel and Alterity) Fitzgerald M-Th 1:30
242 FREADING Prose FICTION (Travel and Alterity) Fitzgerald M-Th 1:30
243 AREADING POETRY (Oh so American.) Maestas M-Th 10:30
250 AINTRO TO AM LIT (The Land of American Literature) Meyer M-Th 8:30
250 AAmerican Literature (The Land of American Literature) Meyer M-Th 8:30
250 CINTRO TO AM LIT (Introduction to American Literature) Sudhinaraset M-Th 1:30
250 CAmerican Literature (American Literature) Sudhinaraset M-Th 1:30
250 DINTRO TO AM LIT (The Specters of American Literature.) Jaussen M-Th 2:30-3:20
250 DAmerican Literature (The Specters of American Literature.) Jaussen M-Th 2:30-3:20
281 AINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Gross MW 8:30-10:20
281 BINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Russell MW 12:30-2:20
281 CINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Casillas TTh 8:30-10:20
283 ABEGIN VERSE WRITING (Beginning Verse Writing) Barrell MW 12:30-1:50
283 BBEGIN VERSE WRITING (Beginning Verse Writing) Kimbrell MW 3:30-4:50
284 ABEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Corbo MW 2:30-3:50
284 BBEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Mohar TTh 1:30-2:50
 
300 (C Lit) READING MAJOR TEXTS Staten
302 ACRITICAL PRACTICE (Theme & Narrative Form: How to Combine Cultural Criticism and Formalist Analysis) Kaup TTh 10:30-12:20
302 BCRITICAL PRACTICE Reddy TTh 12:30-2:20
304 AHIST CRITICISM II (History of Literary Criticism and Theory) Cummings TTh 12:30:2:20
313 AMOD EUROPE LIT TRNS (Modern European Literature in Translation) Popov TTh 9:30-11:20
315 ALITERARY MODERNISM (“Material Modernism”) Wayland TTh 10:30-12:20
316 APOSTCLNIAL LIT & CLTR (Postcolonial Literature and Culture) Chrisman TTh 9:30-11:20
317 ALIT OF THE AMERICAS (History and Memory in the Americas) Kaup TTh 4:30-6:20
321 ACHAUCER Borlik MW 12:30-2:20
323 ASHAKESPEARE TO 1603 (Ungentle Shakespeare) Borlik MW 8:30-10:20
328 ALATER 18TH C LIT (English Literature: later 18th Century) Stansbury TTh 8:30-10:20
331 AROMANTIC POETRY I Stansbury TTh 11:30-1:20
333 AENGLISH NOVEL (“Bad” Women in Early to Mid Nineteenth Century English Novels) Mondal TTh 12:30-2:20
334 AENGL NOV LATER 19 C (Later Victorian Fiction: Individualism in an Expanding-Systems World) Blake TTh 11:30-1:20
335 AAGE OF VICTORIA (Creative Uncertainty in the Age of Victoria) Mondal TTh 8:30-10:20
335 BAGE OF VICTORIA (English Literature: The Age of Victoria) Butwin MW 7:00-8:50
337 AMODERN NOVEL (The Modern Novel) Wayland TTh 1:30-3:20
345 ASTUDIES IN FILM (Women Filmmakers) Gillis-Bridges M 2:30-5:20, TTh 2:30-4:20
346 ASTDYS SHORT FICTION (Studies in Short Fiction) George MW 4:30-6:20
350 BTRAD AM FICTION (Traditions in American Fiction) Burt MW 8:30-10:20
352 AEARLY AMER LIT (“American Exceptions”) Feldman TTh 8:30-10:20
353 AAMER LIT LATER 19C (American Literature: Later 19th Century) Griffith M-Th 9:30
355 ACONTEMP AM LIT (Living in Place: Literature and the Environment) Handwerk TTh 9:30-11:20
355 BCONTEMP AM LIT (American Literature: Contemporary America) Liu TTh 10:30-12:20
368 BWOMEN WRITERS (The Mind, the Heart, the Space Between: Women Writers and Emotional Life) Allen TTh 2:30-4:20
370 AENGL LANG STUDY (What Do We Do When We Speak English?) Webster TTh 11:30-1:20
381 AADV EXPOSITORY WRIT (Writing War) Feldman TTh 2:30-4:20
383 ACRAFT OF VERSE (was Intermediate Verse Writing) Triplett T 3:30-6:10
383 BCRAFT OF VERSE (MAKING IT NOW) Feld MW 3:30-4:50
384 ACRAFT OF PROSE (was Intermediate Short Story Writing) Abood W 4:30-7:10
384 BCRAFT OF PROSE (was Intermediate Short Story Writing) Abood TTh 9:30-10:50
 
440 ASPEC STUDIES IN LIT (Fictions of Diaspora) Taranath MW 8:30-10:20
452 ATOPICS AM LIT (American Literature and the Restless Vortex of Community) Abrams MW 2:30-4:20
471 ACOMPOSITION PROCESS (The Composition Process) Rounsaville MW 3:30-5:20
473 ACUR DEV ENGL STDIES (Rhetorical Action: Activism and Interventions in the City) Rai TTh 2:30-4:20
483 AADV VERSE WORKSHOP (THE MANIFESTO IN MODERNIST AND CONTEMPORARY POETRY) Feld MW 12:30-1:50
484 AADV PROSE WORKSHOP (Advanced Prose Workshop) Slean T 4:30-7:10
490 ASTUDY ABROAD PROGM (Study Abroad Program) Burstein
490 BSTUDY ABROAD PROGM (Study Abroad Program) Lockwood
490 CSTUDY ABROAD PROGM (Study Abroad Program) Modiano
493 BCREATIVE WRIT CONF (Advanced Creative Writing Conference) Wong W 2:30-4:20
495 AHONORS WRITING CONF (Major Conference for Honors in Creative Writing) Sonenberg MW 2:30-3:50
496 AH-MAJOR CONF-HONORS (Major Conference for Honors) Liu TTh 1:30-3:20
496 BH-MAJOR CONF-HONORS (Major Conference for Honors) Kaplan TTh 10:30-12:20
498 BSENIOR SEMINAR (“Real vs. Fake: The Literature of an American Chinatown”) Wong MW 9:30-11:20
498 CSENIOR SEMINAR Foster TTh 9:30-11:20
498 LSENIOR SEMINAR (Closure in Chaucer (and Beyond)) Vaughan TTh 11:30-1:20
498 MSENIOR SEMINAR (JAMES JOYCE'S ULYSSES) Popov TTh 12:30-2:20
499 AINDEPENDENT STUDY Allen
499 BINDEPENDENT STUDY Liu
499 CINDEPENDENT STUDY Vaughan
499 newINDEPENDENT STUDY

 

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