This is the unofficial version of the Summer 2022 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.

20500-Y01-22389 Intro Creative Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Emma DePanise, Distance MOD 2/3
20500-Y02-22390 Intro Creative Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Cassius Epps, Distance MOD 2/3

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.

23800-001-11173 Intro To Fiction, MTWRF, 01:00 PM-02:30 PM, Marlo David, Summer Start
23800-002-32018 Intro To Fiction, ASYNC ONLINE, Matthew Morgenstern, Distance MOD 2/3
23800-003-32019 Intro To Fiction, ASYNC ONLINE, Alexandra Anderson, Distance MOD 2/3
23800-Y03-11104, Intro To Fiction, ASYNC ONLINE, NaRim Kim, Distance MOD 3

How to read fiction intelligently; promotes understanding and appreciation of the range, values, techniques, and meanings of fiction genres.

27600-001-31194 Shakespeare On Film, ASYNC ONLINE, Paul White, Distance MOD 1/2  

Considers the relation of the written text of five or six Shakespeare plays to multiple film versions from a wide variety of times and cultures, e.g., the United States, England, France, Italy, Japan, Denmark, India, and Russia.

28600-Y01-10446 The Movies, ASYNC ONLINE, Jason Abad, Distance MOD 1/2 

Introduction to the movies from classic to contemporary film.

31600-001-29876 Craft Of Fiction, 10:30 AM-11:30 AM, Casey Gray, MOD 1/2

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.

33000-Y01-11063 Games And Diversity, ASYNC ONLINE, Samantha Blackmon, Distance MOD 1/2

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.

36000-001-14379 Gender And Literature, 09:50 AM-10:50 AM, Emily Pearson, MOD 2/3

An introduction to feminist approaches to the study of literature, including poetry, drama, fiction, and/or autobiography. Examines how gender intersects with race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and class in shaping authorship, reading, and representation.

42000-001-11814 Business Writing, 11:00 AM-01:10 PM, Paul Hunter, MOD 1
42000-002-31199 Business Writing, 09:50 AM-10:50 AM, Tony Ricks, MOD 2/3
42000-E01-32272 Business Writing-ENTR Certificate, ASYNC ONLINE, Melissa DeFrench, MOD 1/2
42000-Y01-11820 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Maryam Ghafoor, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y02-11821 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Maryam Ghafoor, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y03-11822 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Tony Ricks, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y04-22388 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Jianfen Chen, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y05-23772 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, J. Case Tompkins, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y06-11085 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, J. Case Tompkins, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y07-25620 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Susan Wagener, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y08-11087 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Susan Wagener, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y09-29047 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Distance MOD 2/3
42000-Y13-14506 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, JoLene Lark, Distance MOD ½
42000-Y14-28949 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Sarah Babcock, Distance MOD 1/2
42000-Y15-28950 Business Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Elizabeth Jendrzey, Distance MOD 1/2

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.

42100-001-11823 Technical Writing, 08:40 AM-10:50 AM, Alison Caddell, MOD 1
42100-010-31202 Technical Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Alison Caddell, Distance MOD 1/2
42100-011-31203 Technical Writing, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM, Melissa DeFrench, MOD 2/3
42100-Y01-11830 Technical Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Rachael Bailey, Distance MOD 2/3
42100-Y02-11832 Technical Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Rachael Bailey, Distance MOD 2/3
42100-Y03-20842 Technical Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Tracy Clark, Distance MOD 2/3
42100-Y04-16335 Technical Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Tracy Clark, Distance MOD 2/3
42100-Y05-22391 Technical Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Distance MOD 2/3
42100-Y15-14507 Technical Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Holly Baker, Distance MOD 1/2
42100-Y16-28952 Technical Writing, ASYNC ONLINE, Holly Baker, Distance MOD 1/2

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.

42201-002-28986 Wrtg Health Human Sciences, 01:00 PM-02:00 PM, Dee McCormick, MOD 2/3

This course applies rhetorical principles to writing in health, hospitality, nutrition, nursing and related fields in the Health and Human Sciences.

69200-001-29061 Scholarly Writing Publishing, 01:00 PM-03:50 PM, Emily Allen, MOD 2/3

Guides graduate students through preparing an essay for journal publication. Activities include selecting appropriate venues, daily revision, outlining, workshopping, and hearing guest speakers. At the end of the course, students will formally submit their essay publication. Prerequisites: ENGL 50100 or instructor permission. Students must have an essay draft in hand that they wish to work on revising.

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