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FALL 2014 GRADUATE COURSES

Note: 100-level classes are open to undergraduate and graduate students. 200-level classes are for graduate students only.

ENG 127b, Migrating Bodies, Migrating Texts
Faith Smith, MW 3:30-4:50

ENG 134b, Subjectivity
Laura Quinney, MWTh 1-1:50

ENG 140b, Hipsters on Trial: Irony, Meaning, and Style in the Digital Age
Kyle Stevens, TF 9:30-10:50

ENG 150a, Sex and Cinema
Paul Morrison, MWTh 12-12:50
Screening: M 6:30-8:30

ENG 171a, The History of Literary Criticism
David Sherman, TF 12:30-1:50

ENG 187a, American Fiction Since 1945
Caren Irr, TF 11-12:20

ENG 188b, Capitalism and Culture
Caren Irr, TTh 2-3:20


ENG 200a  Approaches to Literary and Cultural Studies
Ulka Anjaria, T 2-4:50
Signature of dept. representative required for enrollment in all 200-level English courses.

ENG 202a Thomas Malory: Fiction before Novels
Mary Baine Campbell, M 9-11:50
Signature of dept. representative required for enrollment in all 200-level English courses.

ENG 254a, Naturalism between Realism and Modernism, 1880-1930
John Plotz, Th 2:00-4:50
Signature of dept. representative required for enrollment in all 200-level English courses.

ENG 241b Theory of Poetry
Laura Quinney,  W 9-11:50
Signature of dept. representative required for enrollment in all 200-level English courses.