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Spring 2023 courses

This is the unofficial version of the Spring 2023 English courses.  Information is correct at time of publishing and will be updated frequently.  However, the official class listings are available on the following site https://wl.mypurdue.purdue.edu/ (log in with your Purdue career account info and navigate to the Schedule of Classes link). That page should be considered as the most up-to-date information.


ENGL 20200 19077-002 Engaging English TTh 9:00a 10:15a REC 226 Duvall, John
ENGL 20200 18329-003 Engaging English MWF 9:30a 10:20a REC 226 Rosell, Carla
ENGL 20200 25340-004 Engaging English MWF 3:30p 4:20p REC 225 Mercado, Jessica
This theme-based course introduces students to the field of English, and provides foundational liberal arts skills. It teaches, for instance, critical and creative thinking, reading, and writing using a variety of genres, texts, and media.
       
ENGL 20300 26139-002 Research Prof Writ MWF 3:30p 4:20p HEAV 227 Sullivan, Patricia
Introduction to research sources and methods useful for professional writers, including electronic resources. Focus on collecting print and online information, interviewing, surveying, and conducting observations; and on evaluating, summarizing, analyzing, and reporting research.
       
ENGL 20400C 25342-001 Science Fiction Writing MWF 10:30a 11:20a HEAV 206 Gray, Casey
A course in writing, with the special topic selected by the instructor.
       
ENGL 20500 18837-001 Intro Creative Writing MWF 10:30a 11:20a REC 116 Ahuja, Kanika
ENGL 20500 18839-002 Intro Creative Writing MWF 9:30a 10:20a HEAV 225 Chernin, Blake
ENGL 20500 18841-003 Intro Creative Writing MWF 1:30p 2:20p REC 116 Jackson, Amy
ENGL 20500 18843-004 Intro Creative Writing MWF 8:30a 9:20a HEAV 225 Chernin, Blake
ENGL 20500 18840-005 Intro Creative Writing MWF 11:30a 12:20p BRNG B275 Alva, Suraj
ENGL 20500 18838-006 Intro Creative Writing MWF 12:30p 1:20p BRNG B275 Alva, Suraj
ENGL 20500 25194-007 Intro Creative Writing MWF 2:30p 3:20p REC 116 Knowlton, Kirby
ENGL 20500 23920-009 Intro Creative Writing MWF 3:30p 4:20p REC 116 Knowlton, Kirby
ENGL 20500 23927-010 Intro Creative Writing TTh 9:00a 10:15a REC 227 Okafor, Anthony
Practice in writing short prose narratives and poetry for students who have finished composition and wish to expand into creative work. Workshop criticism and discussion of published writing.
       
ENGL 21500 24708-001 Inventing Languages TTh 10:30a 11:45a WALC 3148 Francis, Elaine
LING 39800C 24711-006     
“Invented languages” include linguistic systems created for fictional worlds, such as Dothraki (Game of Thrones), Na’vi (Avatar), Elvish (Lord of the Rings) and Klingon (Star Trek), as well as languages invented for international communication by real speakers, such as Esperanto.  In this course, you will study these systems, learn the major properties of natural human languages, and construct your own rudimentary languages.
       
ENGL 21900 10471-001 Magic And Marvels TTh 1:30p 2:45p BRWN 1154 Hughes, Shaun
This course surveys stories of elves, fairies, wizards, witches, etc., and explores the allure of all things marvelous, strange, and magical. It considers how language itself constitutes a kind of magic; examines magic as technology and vice versa, since, as Arthur C. Clarke famously declared: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”; and seeks to understand how people across history have used stories of magic to reinforce (mystify) or upend (defamiliarize) the status quo. See the course flyer here.
       
ENGL 22300 25344-001 Literature And Technology TTh 3:00p 4:15p REC 227 Plotnitsky, Arkady
This class uses literature to explore how technological innovation both enables and constrains creativity.  It also explores how technology has been represented in literature, and examines the relationship between literature and new media.
       
ENGL 22600 23963-001 Narrative Medicine MWF 11:30a 12:20p WALC 3084 Peterson, Nancy
“Narrative Medicine” encompasses stories about the interior lives of doctors and medical professionals, the complexities of medicine past and present, and health-care for patients and their families. Ultimately, this course emphasizes the essential role of rhetoric and storytelling in the face of medical crisis and uses stories about illness and disability to explore the human condition.
       
ENGL 23000 23966-001 Great Narrative Works TTh 4:30p 5:45p WALC 3122 Sagar, Aparajita
Reading and discussion of great narratives from Homer’s Odyssey to the present, considering works from a variety of cultures and time periods in order to develop an understanding of their ideas, structures, styles, and cultural values.
       
ENGL 23400 25345-001 Literature And The Environment MWF 1:30p 2:20p REC 225 Friedman, Geraldine
Literary study of nature writing; writing from the natural sciences; and canonical poetry, fiction, and essays through an ecological lens. Introduces students to ecocritical thought and environmental literary history.
       
ENGL 23700 14955-001 Intro To Poetry MWF 11:30a 12:20p UNIV 301 Flory, Wendy
How to read poetry intelligently; function of diction, metrics, figures of speech, and theme; place of a poem in history, uses of poetry.
       
ENGL 23800 14956-001 Intro To Fiction MWF 12:30p 1:20p REC 227 Brewer, Joshua
ENGL 23800 25346-002 Intro To Fiction MWF 11:30a 12:20p WALC 3148 Anderson, Alexandra
How to read fiction intelligently; promotes understanding and appreciation of the range, values, techniques, and meanings of fiction genres.
       
ENGL 24000 23972-001 Brit Lit Thru 18 Ct TTh 10:30a 11:45a BHEE 222 Johnston, Michael
CMPL 23000I 23970-003     
A historically oriented survey of genres, authors, and texts from the medieval to the Romantic period.
       
ENGL 25000A 18885-001 Great American Books MWF 3:30p 4:20p SYNC ONLINE Lamb, Robert
What makes great American books so compelling?  This course examines the dynamic history of American literature and explores how canonical and contemporary books have shaped the landscape of the U.S. and the world.
       
ENGL 28000 24284-001 Games, Narrative, Culture MWF 10:30a 11:20a SYNC ONLINE Blackmon, Samantha
This is an introduction to the field of game studies, and to games as narrative and cultural media. We will look at the stories games tell; the way their narrative elements or plot devices intersect with the culture around the games and gaming itself; and how all these things come together to affect game design, meaning, and play.
       
ENGL 28600 13199-001 The Movies T 6:30p 9:20p GRIS 103 Felluga, Dino
ENGL 28600 14958-002 The Movies TTh 2:30p 3:20p WALC 3148 Felluga, Dino
ENGL 28600 21690-003 The Movies TTh 3:30p 4:20p WALC 3148 Felluga, Dino
Introduction to the movies from classic to contemporary film.  
       
ENGL 30100 18900-001 Ways Of Reading TTh 10:30a 11:45a WALC 3084 Lukasik, Christopher
Introduction to literary theory and practice.  Close reading of and significant writing about selected literary texts informed by a variety of critical and/or theoretical perspectives.
       
ENGL 30400 17924-001 Advanced Composition MWF 9:30a 10:20a WALC 3148 Haynes, Linda
ENGL 30400 14959-002 Advanced Composition TTh noon 1:15p BRNG B280 Johnson, Michael
ENGL 30400 24290-003 Advanced Composition MWF 10:30a 11:20a WALC 3084 Haynes, Linda
Designed for students who wish additional training in composition beyond the basic requirements. Extensive practice in the writing of mature expository, critical, and argumentative prose. (The course satisfies the Indiana certification requirement of three hours of advanced composition)
       
ENGL 30600 59734-001 Intro Profess Writing TTh 10:30a 11:45a HEAV 227 Salvo, Michael
Development of skill in analyzing rhetorical situations in the workplace. Practice in planning, writing, evaluating, and revising a variety of documents typical of those used in the arts and industry.
       
ENGL 30900 66327-001 Digital Design And Production TTh 9:00a 10:15a HEAV 227 Dilger, Bradley
The development of the ability to write and design documents using electronic publishing technologies. Students will receive instruction in writing, graphics, and publishing software and will write, design, produce, and critique a number of publications.
       
ENGL 31600 23873-001 Craft Of Fiction TTh 1:30p 2:45p REC 315 Leung, Brian
This course focuses on the craft of fiction with some consideration of its underlying principles from a writer’s perspective. Topics of study may include works of fiction, statements of aesthetics and craft, and various fictional forms.
       
ENGL 32800 23982-001 Engl Lang II: Strc&Mean Fndatns TTh 4:30p 5:45p WALC 3084 Benedicto, Elena
 LING 32100 23994-001     
The structure of American English and its dialects, with emphasis on syntax and semantics, including parts of speech, sentence structure, and meaning. Implications of recent theory for the teaching of English.
       
ENGL 33000 25350-001 Games And Diversity TTh 1:30p 2:45p SYNC ONLINE Blackmon, Samantha
This course looks critically at diversity in games, game development, and in the larger mainstream games community. Students will analyze and play games that relate to women, minorities, members of the LGBTQ community, and/or those who lack access because of disability.
       
ENGL 35100 23996-001 American Literature After 1865 MWF 4:30p 5:20p SYNC ONLINE Lamb, Robert
A historically oriented survey of genres, authors, and texts from the Civil War on.
       
ENGL 35200 25351-001 Native American Lit MWF 12:30p 1:20p WALC 3084 Peterson, Nancy
Study of literature by Native American authors in a variety of genres-novels, short stories, poetry, autobiography–using literary analysis, as well as historical, legal, and ethnographic materials.
       
ENGL 36500 18084-001 Lit And Imperialism MWF 10:30a 11:20a WALC 3148 Daniel, Thomas
A study through cultural and theoretical works of the impact of imperialism on the ruling nations.
       
ENGL 37300 14969-001 Science Fict & Fantasy TTh 1:30p 2:45p WALC 3084 Marzec, Robert
ENGL 37300 24006-002 Science Fict & Fantasy MWF 9:30a 10:20a WALC 3084 Mcnulty, Erin
Representative works of science fiction and fantasy examined in relation to both mainstream and popular literature. Emphasis is on technique, theme, and form.
       
ENGL 38100 24012-001 The British Novel TTh 9:00a 10:15a HEAV 206 Allen, Emily
A survey of British novels ranging from the eighteenth- to the twenty-first centuries.
       
ENGL 38200 24033-001 The American Novel MWF 1:30p 2:20p WALC 3148 Flory, Wendy
A survey of American novels ranging from the eighteenth- to the twenty-first centuries.
       
ENGL 38700 20847-003 Hist Film Since 1950  MW 4:30p 5:20p GRIS 118 White, Paul
ENGL 38700 10411-005 Hist Film Since 1950  M 6:30p 9:20p WALC 3084
A survey of narrative, experimental, and documentary styles of feature films from the mid-twentieth century to the present.
       
ENGL 38900 25352-001 Literature For Children MWF 2:30p 3:20p WALC 3148 Pacheco, Derek
This course surveys eighteenth, nineteenth-century, and early-twentieth-century literature for children, including the so-called "golden age" of children's myth, fairy tales, and fantasy, as well as domestic fiction for girls and adventure books for boys.
       
ENGL 39200 25353-001 Young Adult Literature TTh noon 1:15p WALC 3148 Banack, Arianna
This course examines the construct of Young Adult Literature as a genre crafted specifically for adolescents. Using both classic and contemporary novels, as well as relevant theoretical and research texts, this course explores how YA literature is defined, what it offers to adolescent readers, and how it is situated in the literary landscape.
       
ENGL 39600IN 10473-006 International Cinema Th 12:30p 1:20p WALC 3084 Hughes, Shaun
CMPL 33000 10631-001     
FVS 33000 10628-001     
ENGL 39600IN 10629-002 International Cinema W 6:30p 9:20p GRIS 102 Hughes, Shaun
CMPL 33000 10633-002     
FVS 33000 10488-007     
A course in the study of a special topic directed by an instructor in whose particular field of specialization the content of the course falls.  See the course flyer here.
       
ENGL 39600L 29873-005 Language & Humor TTh 4:30p 5:45p HEAV 227 Raskin, Victor
LING 39800LH 26071-004     
A course in the study of a special topic directed by an instructor in whose particular field of specialization the content of the course falls.
       
ENGL 39900 24156-001 Beyond English MW 4:30p 5:45p REC 225 Bartlett, Robyn
This class is designed for third- and fourth-year English majors. It will help students translate the worth of English and the humanities to the world beyond the university, providing them with tools to articulate their achievements and prepare for their professional and adult lives.
       
ENGL 40600 14977-001 Review Writing TTh 1:30p 2:45p HEAV 227 Rickert, Thomas
Intensive practice in the writing of book, film, and theatre criticism, as well as reviews of musical programs and art exhibits. Readings in critics to serve as possible models. Audience analysis of newspapers and periodicals that would be potential markets.
       
ENGL 40700 18937-001 Intermediate Poetry Writing TTh 10:30a 11:45a MATH 215 Sakr, Aiya
ENGL 40700 25354-002 Intermediate Poetry Writing TTh noon 1:15p MATH 215 Sakr, Aiya
Study and practice of methods of composing poetry, with primary emphasis on the student’s own work. Workshop criticism and discussion of published writing.
       
ENGL 40900 18940-001 Intermediate Fiction Writing MWF 12:30p 1:20p HEAV 206 Gray, Casey
ENGL 40900 18941-002 Intermediate Fiction Writing MWF 11:30a 12:20p HEAV 206 Gray, Casey
ENGL 40900 23875-003 Intermediate Fiction Writing TTh noon 1:15p REC 116 Fraterrigo, Melissa
Study and practice of methods of composing fiction, with a primary emphasis on the student’s own work. Workshop criticism and discussion of published fiction.
       
ENGL 41100C 24206-001 William Faulkner TTh 10:30a 11:45a REC 226 Duvall, John
An in-depth examination of the fiction of Noble Prize-winning author, William Faulkner. Beginning with his more accessible short stories, we will move on to his major modernist novels, including The Sound and the Fury, Light in August, and Go Down, Moses. We will consider not only Faulkner’s place in modernist aesthetics, but also his complex mapping of the imbricated racial, sexual, and class politics of the American South during the first half of the twentieth century, a time when the myth of an old southern aristocracy was slowly but surely being replaced by a New South created by modernization.

ENGL 41300 24228-001 Early Engl Lit:ManuscriptPrint TTh noon 1:15p BHEE 222 Johnston, Michael
An examination of early British literature (Beowulf, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Shakespeare, Milton) in its original manuscripts or early printed books. This course will involved working with original manuscripts and printed books in the library's special collections.
       
ENGL 41900 18948-001 Multimedia Writing TTh noon 1:15p BRNG B274
ENGL 41900 18949-002 Multimedia Writing TTh 3:00p 4:15p HEAV 227
Multimedia writing for networked contexts. Emphasizes principles, and practices of multimedia design, implementation, and publishing. Typical genres include Web sites, interactive media, digital video, visual presentations, visual argument, and user documentation.
       
ENGL 42000 18959-002 Business Writing MWF 8:30a 9:20a BRNG B275
ENGL 42000 18971-003 Business Writing MWF 9:30a 10:20a BRNG B275
ENGL 42000 18966-005 Business Writing MWF 10:30a 11:20a HEAV 227
ENGL 42000 14991-006 Business Writing MWF 11:30a 12:20p BRNG B274
ENGL 42000 18972-008 Business Writing MWF 12:30p 1:20p BRNG B274
ENGL 42000 18963-009 Business Writing MWF 1:30p 2:20p BRNG B274
ENGL 42000 18960-010 Business Writing MWF 2:30p 3:20p BRNG B274
ENGL 42000 18969-011 Business Writing MWF 3:30p 4:20p BRNG B274
ENGL 42000 18958-012 Business Writing MWF 4:30p 5:20p BRNG B274
ENGL 42000 14992-013 Business Writing TTh 9:00a 10:15a BRNG B275
ENGL 42000 14993-014 Business Writing TTh 10:30a 11:45a BRNG B280
ENGL 42000 14997-015 Business Writing TTh 1:30p 2:45p BRNG B274
ENGL 42000 14999-016 Business Writing TTh 10:30a 11:45a BRNG B282
ENGL 42000 15001-017 Business Writing TTh noon 1:15p HEAV 227
ENGL 42000 25202-018 Business Writing TTh 3:00p 4:15p BRNG B274
ENGL 42000 25203-019 Business Writing TTh 4:30p 5:45p BRNG B280
ENGL 42000 24303-024 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 24304-025 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 14980-Y01 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 14981-Y02 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 14983-Y03 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 14984-Y04 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 14985-Y05 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 14989-Y06 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 25197-Y07 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 25198-Y08 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42000 25199-Y09 Business Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
Workplace writing in networked environments for management contexts. Emphasizes organizational context, project planning, document management, ethics, research, team writing. Typical genres include management memos, reports, letters, e-mail, resumes (print and online), oral presentations.
       
ENGL 42100 18998-001 Technical Writing MWF 9:30a 10:20a BRNG B274
ENGL 42100 19003-002 Technical Writing MWF 10:30a 11:20a BRNG B274
ENGL 42100 18996-003 Technical Writing TTh 4:30p 5:45p BRNG B275
ENGL 42100 19001-004 Technical Writing MWF 9:30a 10:20a BRNG B280
ENGL 42100 19000-005 Technical Writing MWF 10:30a 11:20a BRNG B280
ENGL 42100 58127-006 Technical Writing MWF 11:30a 12:20p BRNG B280
ENGL 42100 24338-033 Technical Writing MWF 12:30p 1:20p BRNG B280
ENGL 42100 24339-034 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25207-Y01 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25208-Y02 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25209-Y03 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25210-Y04 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25211-Y05 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25212-Y06 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25213-Y07 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25214-Y08 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
ENGL 42100 25215-Y09 Technical Writing   ASYNC ONLINE
Workplace writing in networked environments for technical contexts. Emphasizes context and user analysis, data analysis/display, project planning, document management, usability, ethics, research, team writing. Typical genres include technical reports, memos, documentation, Web sites.
       
ENGL 42201 13527-001 Wrtg Health Human Sciences MWF 11:30a 12:20p BRNG B282
ENGL 42201 17722-002 Wrtg Health Human Sciences MWF 10:30a 11:20a BRNG B282
This course applies rhetorical principles to writing in health, hospitality, nutrition, nursing and related fields in the Health and Human Sciences.
       
ENGL 43201 24295-001 Editing And Publishing MWF 9:30a 10:20a HEAV 227 Baker, Holly
Editing and Publishing is a professional writing workshop that teaches students how to proofread, copyedit, substantive edit, and global edit documents. Students will learn how to navigate the publishing industry and work with authors on print, electronic, online, and multimedia documents.
       
ENGL 43900C 24282-003 Disability Literature TTh 9:00a 10:15a WALC 3148 Linett, Maren
Explores cultural, social, and political meanings and effects of disability in relation to literature and/or rhetoric.
       
ENGL 44200 24232-001 Shakespeare MWF 2:30p 3:20p REC 315 White, Paul
Shakespeare’s dramatic craftsmanship, poetry, humor, characterization, psychology, and modern pertinence illustrated in representative tragedies, comedies, and history plays.
       
ENGL 48800 19018-001 Internshp Prof Writing W 4:30p 5:20p HEAV 227 Bay, Jennifer
ENGL 48800 19019-002 Internshp Prof Writing   Bay, Jennifer
ENGL 48800 64936-003 Internshp Prof Writing   Bay, Jennifer
ENGL 48800 64937-004 Internshp Prof Writing   Bay, Jennifer
ENGL 48800 64938-005 Internshp Prof Writing   Bay, Jennifer
This course provides on-the-job experience in various kinds of professional writing, combined with a seminar in applied rhetoric. Students work in selected internship settings, participate in seminar discussions of their work, and read selections appropriate to their internship. Permission of instructor required.
       
ENGL 49000B 24681-002 Worksite Intern Prac  ASYNC ONLINE Bay, Jennifer
ENGL 49000B 24682-003 Worksite Intern Prac   
ENGL 49000B 24683-004 Worksite Intern Prac   
ENGL 49000B 24684-005 Worksite Intern Prac   
ENGL 49000B 24685-006 Worksite Intern Prac   
Course facilitates the transition between an English undergraduate degree and the workplace or professional life. The course has two components: a professor-guided component and a practicum component in a chosen area. Permission of instructor required.
       
ENGL 49200 19023-001 Lit Secondary Schools T 4:30p 7:20p REC 303 Carpenter, Kelly
Exploration of the theory, research and pedagogy supporting the teaching of literature at the secondary level. Topics include text selection, instructional strategies, adolescent literacy, student engagement and the use of alternative texts.
       
ENGL 50200C 19031-002 Prac Teach Cr Writing T 1:30p 2:45p REC 303 Solwitz, Sharon
ENGL 50200T 18115-005 Prac Tutor Oral ESL T 3:30p 4:20p YONG 809 Swanson, Kyle
Reading professional literature, preparing syllabi; evaluating student papers, leading discussions. Required of all teaching assistants in their initial semesters. Credit Hours: 1.00.
       
ENGL 50500 19038-006 Approaches/Creative Wr TTh 1:30p 2:45p REC 303 Solwitz, Sharon
ENGL 50500A 11517-010 Teach First-Yr Comp II TTh 9:00a 10:15a HEAV B007 Johnson, Michael
Reading professional literature on the teaching of writing, linguistics, and ESL. Studies of methodologies, issues of assessment, and the relationship between theory and pedagogy. This course is not part of the degree requirement. Open only to teaching assistants in the Department of English. Permission of instructor required.
       
ENGL 50700 14757-001 Advanced Poetry Writing TTh 3:00p 4:15p HEAV 206 Platt, Donald
Study and practice of advanced methods of composing poetry, with primary emphasis on the student’s own work. Workshop criticism and discussion of published writing.
       
ENGL 51800 25356-001 Engl Secnd Lg Prin/Prc  TTh 3:00p 4:15p KRAN G013 Sorell, Clyde
LING 59800ESL 29872-012     
Studies of issues and principles in ESL/EFL program development. Emphasis is on practical application of theory in a variety of English learning and teaching contexts in the U.S. and abroad.
       
ENGL 58500 19087-001 Creative Nonfiction Writing TTh 10:30a 11:45a REC 116 Fraterrigo, Melissa
In this course, we’ll discuss contemporary pieces of creative nonfiction that are exemplary in form and content. In the process we’ll examine the foundations of creative nonfiction and the techniques used by authors to inspire your own personal stories in an encouraging and energizing environment. For more information see the course flyer here.
       
ENGL 59600PP 24352-006 Poetry And Comics M 4:30p 7:20p REC 116 O'Donoghue, Kate
Advanced study of a topic within the instructor’s fields of specialization. Emphasis on scholarly analysis and research.
       
ENGL 59600Y 24240-004 Young Adult Literature/Culture MW 4:30p 5:45p WALC 3148 Pacheco, Derek
Advanced study of a topic within the instructor’s fields of specialization. Emphasis on scholarly analysis and research.
       
ENGL 59600Z 24242-005 Field Methods In Linguistics W 4:30p 7:20p WALC 3084 Benedicto, Elena
Advanced study of a topic within the instructor’s fields of specialization. Emphasis on scholarly analysis and research.
       
ENGL 60600 19403-001 Sem In Poetry Writing Th 6:30p 9:20p HEAV 206 Platt, Donald
An advanced course in the writing of poetry. Workshop criticism. Study of the work of established writers. Prerequisite: admission to the MFA program in creative writing.
       
ENGL 60900 19074-001 Sem In Fiction Writing W 4:30p 7:20p HEAV 206 Solwitz, Sharon
An advanced course in the writing of fiction. Workshop critiques. Prerequisite: Admission to the creative writing program.
       
ENGL 62500 24302-001 Emp Rsrch In Writing M 4:30p 7:20p HEAV 208 Sullivan, Patricia
An analysis and evaluation of empirical research concerned with composing processes, critical literacy, disciplinary writing, various writing cultures, and composition pedagogy. Students will study empirical research designs and develop a project in one of the above areas. Prerequisite: ENGL 59100.
       
ENGL 62700J 24244-003 Linguistic Applications Th 6:30p 9:20p HEAV 227 Raskin, Victor
LING 68900DD 24245-006     
An analysis and evaluation of empirical research concerned with composing processes, critical literacy, disciplinary writing, various writing cultures, and composition pedagogy. Students will study empirical research designs and develop a project in one of the above areas. Prerequisite: ENGL 59100.
       
ENGL 63500 24248-001 Engl Lit 1660-1783 TTh 3:00p 4:15p HEAV 306 Powell, Manushag
Intensive consideration of one to three or four authors or of literary topics and genres, such as drama, fiction, literary criticism and literary history, the medieval revival, poetic and prose satire, the periodical essay, biography, etc.
       
ENGL 66800 24249-001 Capitalism and Desire TTh 4:30p 5:45p REC 227 Plotnitsky, Arkady
This course will consider the twentieth and twenty-first century critical theory dealing with the concepts of capitalism and desire in their reciprocal mutual constitution, following the rise of Marxist theory, on the one hand, and psychoanalysis, on the others. After considering, by way of a background, representative selections from Marx, Freud, and Woolf, the primary focus will be on foundational theories and texts that shaped the present understanding of this problematic, such as those of Lacan, Althusser, Irigaray, Deleuze and Guattari, Derrida, and Spivak. Literary works by such authors as Joyce, Woolf, Pynchon, and DeLillo, will be discussed as well. As a special feature of this particular seminar, some of the works proposed by and presented by the participants will be discussed as well.
       
ENGL 67200FE 24707-001 Feminist Ecology MWF 3:30p 4:20p REC 315 Friedman, Geraldine
WGSS 68100FE 25582-001     
A variable topic course investigating gender as a category of analysis. Intensive study of one or two women authors, of a particular genre or period, or of a critical issue relevant to women’s literature and/or feminist theory.
       
ENGL 68000AA 24296-004 Institutional Discourses TTh 10:30a 11:45a REC 303 Denny, Harry
A variable content course dealing with topics such as cultural studies and composition, medieval rhetoric, renaissance rhetoric, literacy, historiographies of rhetoric, qualitative studies, and professional writing theory. Prerequisite: ENGL 59100.
       
ENGL 68000BB 24299-006 Comparative And Religious Rhet W 11:30a 2:20p GRIS 125 Rickert, Thomas
A variable content course dealing with topics such as cultural studies and composition, medieval rhetoric, renaissance rhetoric, literacy, historiographies of rhetoric, qualitative studies, and professional writing theory. Prerequisite: ENGL 59100.
       
ENGL 68000E 24297-005 Professional Writing Theory TTh noon 1:15p HEAV 206 Salvo, Michael
A variable content course dealing with topics such as cultural studies and composition, medieval rhetoric, renaissance rhetoric, literacy, historiographies of rhetoric, qualitative studies, and professional writing theory. Prerequisite: ENGL 59100.
       
ENGL 69000 19987-001 Sec Lang Internship/ESL   
Part-time or full-time practical work experience in selected situations related to the student’s field of study. The internship must be located at an off-campus site. Permission of instructor required.