Summer 2011 Course Schedule

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111 ACOMPOSITION: LIT (Composition: Literature) Chetty MW 9:40-11:50
111 BCOMPOSITION: LIT (Composition: Literature) Canton M-Th 10:50-11:50
111 CCOMPOSITION: LIT (Composition: Literature) Gutierrez M-Th 11:30-12:30
131 ACOMPOSITN: EXPOSITN (Composition: Exposition) Hill M-Th 8:30-9:30
131 BCOMPOSITN: EXPOSITN (Composition: Exposition) Dwyer M-Th 9:40-10:40
131 CCOMPOSITN: EXPOSITN (Composition: Exposition) Pedersen M-Th 10:50-11:50
131 DCOMPOSITN: EXPOSITN (Composition: Exposition) Bashaw M-Th 12:00-1:00
131 ECOMPOSITN: EXPOSITN (Composition: Exposition) Jennings M-Th 1:10-2:10
131 FCOMPOSITN: EXPOSITN (Composition: Exposition) Jaccard M-Th 11:30-12:30
 
200 AREADING LITERATURE ( Ways of Reading) Patterson M-Th 9:40-11:50
200 BREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Ravela M-Th 10:50-1:00
200 CREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Jaussen M-Th 12:00-2:10
200 DREADING LITERATURE (Literature in the Marketplace) Morgan M-Th 11:30-12:30
200 EREADING LITERATURE (Reading Lit Forms) Stansbury M-Th 9:40-11:50
207 AINTRO CULTURE ST (Introduction to Cultural Studies) Cummings M-Th 10:50-1:00
210 ALIT 400 to 1600 (Medieval and Early Modern Literature, 400 to 1600) Hansen M-Th 10:50-1:00
225 ASHAKESPEARE Butwin M-Th 9:40-11:50
242 AREADING Prose FICTION (Read Prose Fiction) George M-Th 9:40-11:50
242 BREADING Prose FICTION (Read Prose Fiction) O'Neill M-Th 10:50-1:00
242 CREADING Prose FICTION (The Contemporary Short Story) Simpson M-Th 12:002:10
242 DREADING Prose FICTION (Conduct and the Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century British Novel) Grant M-Th 10:50-11:50
242 EREADING Prose FICTION (Growing Up and Fitting In? Reading Modern Coming of Age Novels) Matthews M-Th 9:40-11:50
281 AINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Gillis-Bridges M-Th 12:00-2:10
281 BINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Holmberg M-Th 10:50-1:00
281 CINTERMED EXPOS WRIT (Intermediat Expository Writing) Meyer M-Th 12:00-1:00
283 ABEGIN VERSE WRITING (Beginning Verse Writing) Feld M-Th 9:40-11:20
283 CBEGIN VERSE WRITING (Beginning Verse Writing) Feld M-Th 9:40-11:20
284 ABEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Wong M-Th 12:00-1:40
284 FBEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Ritscher M-Th 9:40-11:10
284 GBEG SHORT STRY WRIT (Beginning Short Story Writing) Szilagyi MW 9:40-11:20
 
300 AREADING MAJOR TEXTS ("Wilde, Woolf, and After.") Burstein M-Th 12:00-2:10
302 ACRITICAL PRACTICE (Reading Walter Benjamin’s Artwork Essay) Simpson M-Th 9:40-11:50
310 ABIBLE AS LITERATURE (The Bible as Literature) Griffith M-Th 8:30-9:30
315 ALITERARY MODERNISM Staten M-Th 10:50-1:00
318 ABLACK LIT GENRES (Black Literary Genres) Retman M-F 10:50-1:00
323 ASHAKESPEARE TO 1603 Streitberger M-Th 10:50-1:00
335 AAGE OF VICTORIA (Eccentricity in Victorian Britain) Butwin M-Th 12:00-2:10
353 AAMER LIT LATER 19C (Isms and Schisms: Late-Nineteenth Century American Literature) George M-Th 12:00-2:10
355 ACONTEMP AM LIT (American Literature: Contemporary America) Harkins M-Th 12:00-2:10
358 BLITOF BLACK AMER (Black Pulp Fictions) Chude-Sokei MW 4:30-6:20
359 ACONT AM IND LIT (Contemporary American Indian Literature) Washuta M-Th 9:40-10:40
361 AAM POL CLTR AFT 1865 (American Political Culture: After 1865) Cummings T Th 7:00-8:50
370 AENGL LANG STUDY (English Language Study) Dillon M-Th 10:50-1:00
 
440 ASPEC STUDIES IN LIT (House of Leaves and the Future of Reading) Patterson M-Th 12:00-2:10
471 ATEACHING WRITING (The Theory and Practice of Teaching Writing) Stygall M-Th 3:30-5:40
477 ACHILDREN'S LIT (Children's Literature) Griffith M-Th 9:40-10:40
487 ASCREENWRITING Wong MW 9:40-11:20

 

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