Winter 2015 Courses

Course Number Title Instructor
ENGL 10 Introduction to Literary Study Raley, Rita
ENGL 24G Ghosts of the Gothic Waid, Candace
ENGL 65IC Topics in Literature: Imagination and Creativity Carlson, Julie
ENGL 100GC Honors Seminar: Noir California Newfield, Christopher
ENGL 101 English Literature from the Medieval Period to 1650: Neighbors, Human and Inhuman Houlik-Ritchey, Emily
ENGL 101 English Literature from the Medieval Period to 1650: Neighbors, Human and Inhuman Houlik-Ritchey, Emily
ENGL 102 English and American Literature from 1650 to 1789 Cook, Elizabeth Heckendorn
ENGL 102S Seminar on English and American Literature from 1650 to 1789 Cook, Elizabeth Heckendorn
ENGL 103B British Literature from 1789 to 1900 Caldwell, Janis
ENGL 104A American Literature from 1900 to Present Huang, Yunte
ENGL 104AS Seminar on American Literature from 1900 to Present Huang, Yunte
ENGL 104B British Literature from 1900 to Present Wender, Irina Vladi
ENGL 104B British Literature from 1900 to Present Shewry, Teresa
ENGL 105A Shakespeare, Poems and Earlier Plays Palmer-Browne, Megan
ENGL 105B Shakespeare, Later Plays Rose, Mark
ENGL 110 Methods of Literary Study Raley, Rita
ENGL 110B Old English: Beowulf Blurton, Heather
ENGL 122UM Cultural Representations: The City As a Way of Life – Urban Modernity Post 1940 Salton-Cox, Glyn
ENGL 129 Queer Textuality: Sexual Revolutions of the 20th Century Salton-Cox, Glyn
ENGL 132PR Studies in American Writers: Philip Roth Maslan, Mark
ENGL 133GC Studies in American Regional Literature: Noir California Newfield, Christopher
ENGL 133SA Studies in American Regional Literature: The Gulag in America - The Tortured Soviet Author on American Soil Wender, Irina Vladi
ENGL 133TL Studies in American Regional Literature: Transpacific Literature Huang, Yunte
ENGL 134NA Studies in Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States: Late 20th and Early 21st Century Native American Novel and Narrative Waid, Candace
ENGL 147WT Media History and Theory: History of Writing Technologies King, Rachael Scarborough
ENGL 148RP Society, Culture, and Information: Can We Have a Fourth Amendment Right to Privacy in a National Security State? Warner, William
ENGL 149 Media and Information Culture: The Digital Humanities Douglass, Jeremy
ENGL 151JA Studies in British Writers: Reading Jane Austen's Mind Young, Kay
ENGL 165FS Topics in Literature: Free Speech and Censorship – from Milton and Locke to Justice Brandeis and the latest ‘Free Speech Incident’ Warner, William
ENGL 165IF Topics in Literature: Imaginary Futures Donnelly, Brian
ENGL 170LM Studies in Literature and the Mind: Literature and Medicine Caldwell, Janis
ENGL 170MT Studies in Literature and the Mind: The Meaning of Life Young, Kay
ENGL 179 British Romantic Writers Gilmore, Timothy
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Black Women and Fiction Blake, Felice
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Early Modern Drama and Historiography Griffin, Andrew
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Epistolary Literature King, Rachael Scarborough
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: George Eliot's Middlemarch Warner, William
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Indigenous Literatures Shewry, Teresa
ENGL 205B Old English: Beowulf Blurton, Heather
ENGL 231 Studies in Renaissance Literature: Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Politics Griffin, Andrew
ENGL 233 Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature: Romantic Transport Carlson, Julie
ENGL 236 Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory: Colorblindness Blake, Felice
ENGL 236 Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory: Digital Humanities Research Douglass, Jeremy
ENGL 236 Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory: [Topic TBD] Fradenburg, L.O. Aranye
ENGL 236 Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory: [Topic TBD] Boscagli, Maurizia
ENGL 591 Doctoral Colloquium Ghosh, Bishnupriya