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SPRING 2010 COURSES

(FOR THE MAJOR BEFORE FALL 2009)

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Introductory Courses

ENG 1a   Introduction to Literary Studies               
May be substituted for 11a.  
Sue Lanser     MWR 11-12              

Courses Pre 1850

ENG 23a   Remembering & Dismembering: Staging the Body in Early Modern England
Tom King     MW 3:30-5

ENG 33a   Shakespeare
William Flesch     TF 12-1:30

ENG 40b   Birth of the Short Story: Gods, Ghosts, Lunatics
John Plotz     TF 1:30-3

ENG 132b   Chaucer
Mary Baine Campbell     MWR 1-2

ENG 136a   Race and Realism
Michael Gilmore     MWR 1-2

Electives

ENG 16a   Slavery and Self-Making in African American Literature
A. Abdur-Rahman     MW 2-3:30

ENG 18b   Writing the Holocaust
Dawn Skorczewski     TR 5-6:30

ENG 30b   New American Cinema of the 1960s and 70s
Caren Irr     TF 1:30-3

ENG 58a   Literature and Medicine
David Sherman     MWR 11-12

ENG 70b     The Global Humor Novel
Ryan Wepler     MWR 9-10

ENG 78b      Modernism, Atheism, God   
David Sherman     MW 2-3:30

ENG 151a   Queer Studies
A. Abdur-Rahman & T. King     MWR 12-1

ENG 157b   American Women Poets
Mary Baine Campbell     MW 5-6:30

ENG 187a   American Fiction Since 1945
Caren Irr     TF 10:30-12

COML 190b  Fictional Thinking
William Flesch     TF 3-4:30  


World Literature Courses

ENG 162a  Totalitarian Fictions
Ulka Anjaria     MWR 10-11

HUM 10a   The Western Canon   
John Burt     TF 9-10:30

Creative Writing Courses

ENG 79b   Writing Workshop: From Memory to Craft
Melanie Braverman     R 2-5

ENG 109a   Directed Writing: Poetry 
Melanie Braverman     F 9-12 

ENG 109b   Directed Writing
: Short Fiction 
Elizabeth Benedict     T 1:30-4:30
                                        
ENG 119a   Directed Writing: Fiction  
Elizabeth Benedict     M 5-8

ENG 119b   Directed Writing Poetry
Olga Broumas     W 2-5


Graduate              

ENG 220b   The Novel Nation, The Making of English Fiction
Sue Lanser     W 2-5

ENG 227a  Studies in Modernism
Paul Morrison     T 9-12

ENG 237a   Reading the Black Transnation
Faith Smith     T 4:30-7:30