Fall 2022 Graduate Courses
200 and 300 level; 100 level; PhD transferable skills
Note: 200- and 300-level classes are for graduate students only and require the signature of a department representative for enrollment.
|Course Number||Course Title||Instructor||Time||Enroll limit|
|ENG 200a||Approaches to Literary and Cultural Studies||Caren Irr||T 2:20-5:10||10|
|ENG 211a||Black Queer Literatures||Brandon Callender||M 2:30-5:20||10|
|ENG 223a||Eros and Desire in the English Renaissance||Ramie Targoff||W 2:30-5:20||10|
|ENG 350a||Proseminar||David Sherman||alt R 2:20-3:40||8|
Note: 100-level classes are open to undergraduate and graduate students.
|Course Number||Course Title||Instructor||Time||Enroll Limit|
|AAPI/ENG 102a||Transpacific Science Fiction||Howie Tam||TF 9:35-10:55||20|
|ENG 106a||Representing Slavery||John Burt||MW 2:30-3:50||20|
|ENG 114a||Enthusiam, Disappointment, Recovery: British Literature in the French Revolution||Laura Quinney||TR 5:30-6:50||20|
|ENG 143a||The History of Mediascapes and Critical Maker Culture||Dorothy Kim||TF 11:10-12:30
Lab R 11:15-12:05
|ENG 145a||Poetry and the Supernatural||Laura Quinney||TR 2:20-3:40||20|
|ENG 171b||African Feminism(s)||Emilie Diouf||MWR 1:25-2:15||20|
Note: To enroll in one of the classes below or another transferable skills course, please contact the DGS for approval.
Some courses offered by The Graduate School of Professional Studies or The Heller School for Social Policy and Management may also be appropriate. Please contact the DGS for more information.