Winter 2014

Monday, January 6, 2014 to Friday, March 21, 2014
Course Number Title Instructor
ENGL 10 Introduction to Literary Study: Transfigurations of Experience
ENGL 24G Ghosts of the Gothic Waid, Candace
ENGL 65PM Topics in Literature: The Postcolonial Metropole – Minority Literatures in London, Paris, New York
ENGL 65TW Topics in Literature: Mary Shelley, Christina Rossetti, Virginia Woolf Carlson, Julie
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 103A American Literature from 1789 to 1900 Gilmore, Timothy
ENGL 103B British Literature from 1789 to 1900
ENGL 104A American Literature from 1900 to present Maslan, Mark
ENGL 104AS Seminar on American Literature from 1900 to Present Maslan, Mark
ENGL 104B British Literature from 1900 to present Boscagli, Maurizia
ENGL 104BS Seminar on British Literature from 1900 to Present Boscagli, Maurizia
ENGL 105A Shakespeare: Early Poems & Plays Rose, Mark
ENGL 113MI Studies in Literary Theory & Criticism: Modern Literary Theory Liu, Alan
ENGL 122RE Cultural Representations: Reading the "End" of Race (25 Student Seminar) Rana, Swati
ENGL 122UM Cultural Representations: The City As a Way of Life – Urban Modernity 1940 to Present Salton-Cox, Glyn
ENGL 128FT Literary Genres: Fairy Tales Zinn, Emily
ENGL 129 Queer Textuality: Sexual Revolutions of the 20th Century Salton-Cox, Glyn
ENGL 132EP Studies in American Writers: Edgar Allan Poe Gilmore, Timothy
ENGL 134IR Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States: Immigrant Russian American Narratives
ENGL 134TC Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the United States: Trauma Culture – Images of Death in American Literature
ENGL 137B Poetry in America since 1900 Huang, Yunte
ENGL 140 Contemporary American Literature Gutiérrez-Jones, Carl
ENGL 151JA Studies in British Writers: Reading Jane Austen's Mind Young, Kay
ENGL 152A Chaucer: Canterbury Tales
ENGL 162 Milton Hiltner, Ken
ENGL 165IF Topics in Literature: Imaginary Futures Donnelly, Brian
ENGL 165LE Topics in Literature: Literature and the Environment Gilmore, Timothy
ENGL 165VP Topics in Literature: Victorian Poetry (CANCELED) Caldwell, Janis
ENGL 170MT Studies in Literature and the Mind: The Meaning of Life Young, Kay
ENGL 179 British Romantic Writers Carlson, Julie
ENGL 192 Science Fiction Gutiérrez-Jones, Carl
ENGL 193 Detective Fiction Newfield, Christopher
ENGL 193S Seminar on Detective Fiction Newfield, Christopher
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Close Reading and "Distant Reading" in Literary Studies Liu, Alan
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: English Majoring After College; or, Histories and Futures of Higher Education Newfield, Christopher
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Jane Austen's Mature Novels – Mansfield Park, Emma, Persuasion Warner, William
ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Why Literature?
ENGL 231 Studies in Renaissance Literature: The Makings of Popular Media – Broadside Ballads, 1500-1800 Fumerton, Patricia
ENGL 234 Studies in 20th Century Literature: Twentieth Century Modernity - How To Boscagli, Maurizia
ENGL 235 Studies in American Literature: Avant-Garde Poetics Huang, Yunte
ENGL 235 Studies in American Literature: Post-Resistance Paradigms Rana, Swati
ENGL 236 Aural Media – Speech, Sound, and Literature from Plato to 20th Century Sound Poetry, from Dialogue and Oratory to Radio to MP3 Warner, William
ENGL 265HS Seminar in Special Topics: Sea Change Shewry, Teresa
ENGL 591 Doctoral Colloquium Ghosh, Bishnupriya
ENGL 595BP Special Graduate Colloquium: The Ballad of the Dissertation Fumerton, Patricia
ENGL 595GE From Milton to /The Monk/: the Genres of the long Enlightenment, their Origins and Destinations Warner, William
ENGL 595HR Special Graduate Colloquium: The Neighbor, the Stranger, and the Enemy