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English Courses (ENGL) College of Arts and Sciences


Subject Area Course # Course Title Semester Credit Hours
ENGL 1009 First Year Writing Sem/English Language Learners Fall 3
ENGL 1010 First Year Writing Seminar Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 1011 Writing as Activism Spring 3
ENGL 1063 Triumphs and Failures of Modern Man Fall 3
ENGL 1079 Literary Forms for English Language Learners Spring 3
ENGL 1080 Literature Core Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 1090 Introduction to Literary Studies Fall 3
ENGL 1093 An Introduction to Modern Irish I Fall 3
ENGL 1094 An Introduction to Modern Irish II Spring 3
ENGL 1153 Women and Russian Literature (in translation) Fall 3
ENGL 1166 The Quest for Justice: Kafka and Kleist Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 1503 Beyond Price: Markets, Cultures, Values Spring 6
ENGL 1596 Eire/Land: Culture, Politics and Irish Landscape Spring 1
ENGL 1702 Reading the Body Fall 3
ENGL 1703 Humans, Nature, and Creativity Fall 3
ENGL 1709 Living in the Material World Spring 3
ENGL 1712 Roots & Routes: Reading Identity, Migration, and Culture Spring 3
ENGL 1713 Roots & Routes: Writing Identity, Migration, and Culture Fall 3
ENGL 1714 Reading the Fate of Man, the Face of God, and the Malevolence of the Whale in Herman Melville's Moby-Dick Spring 3
ENGL 1715 Revolutionary Media: How Reading Changes Us Spring 3
ENGL 1716 Metamorphosis: Story-Telling as an Attempt to Manage Change Spring 3
ENGL 1717 Fictions of Development: Adolescence in Historical Context Spring 3
ENGL 1718 Reading In/Justice: Literature as Activism from Abolitionism to #BlackLivesMatter Spring 3
ENGL 1719 Writing In/Justice: The Power of Response Spring 3
ENGL 1720 Creating the Modern Identity: Power, Politics, and Propaganda from the Renaissance to the 21st Century Spring 3
ENGL 2097 Continuing Modern Irish I Fall 3
ENGL 2098 Continuing Modern Irish II Spring 3
ENGL 2101 Celtic Heroic Age Spring 3
ENGL 2102 Joyce in Ireland Fall 3
ENGL 2106 Undergraduate Pedagogy Lab Fall 1
ENGL 2110 Classical and Biblical Backgrounds of English Literature Fall 3
ENGL 2111 Drama and Society in Ancient Greece Fall 3
ENGL 2121 The Linguistic Structure of English Spring 3
ENGL 2122 Language in Society Fall 3
ENGL 2123 Language and Ethnicity Spring 3
ENGL 2125 Introduction to Feminisms Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 2127 Language and Language Types Fall 3
ENGL 2131 Studies in Poetry Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 2133 Studies in Narrative Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 2141 American Literary History I Fall 3
ENGL 2142 American Literary History II Fall 3
ENGL 2143 American Literary History III Spring 3
ENGL 2150 African and African Diaspora Literature Spring 3
ENGL 2154 Introduction to Adolescent Fiction Spring 3
ENGL 2165 Nineteenth Century Irish Literature Survey Fall 3
ENGL 2170 Introduction to British Literature and Culture I Fall 3
ENGL 2171 Introduction to British Literature and Culture II Spring 3
ENGL 2172 The City in Literature and Film Fall 3
ENGL 2181 Irish Literature Survey--Twentieth Century Fall 3
ENGL 2184 The Ballad Tradition Spring 3
ENGL 2199 Introduction to Caribbean Writers Spring 3
ENGL 2201 Versions in Black: Genres of Black Women's Writing Fall 3
ENGL 2202 Beast Literature Spring 3
ENGL 2204 Dangerous Women in Classical Myth Spring 3
ENGL 2206 Literature and Business Fall 3
ENGL 2208 Explore the Irish: An Introduction to Irish Studies Fall 3
ENGL 2209 Jamaican Culture & Globalization Fall 3
ENGL 2210 Madmen,Hysterics&Criminals:Inventing Deviance Spring 3
ENGL 2212 Introduction to Medical Humanities Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 2214 Writers of New England Fall 3
ENGL 2220 Classical Mythology Fall 3
ENGL 2221 Introduction to Creative Writing Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 2223 Russian Literary Forms Spring 3
ENGL 2224 Post-Soviet Russian Literature Fall 3
ENGL 2225 War Stories Spring 1
ENGL 2227 Classics of Russian Literature (in translation) Fall 3
ENGL 2228 Twentieth-Century Russian Literature (in translation) Spring 3
ENGL 2229 Literature of the Other Europe Fall 3
ENGL 2231 Science Fiction and Humans Fall 1
ENGL 2237 Studies in Children's Literature: Disney and the Wondertale Spring 3
ENGL 2240 Modern Theatre and Drama Spring 3
ENGL 2241 Playwriting I Fall 3
ENGL 2243 Rural Ireland: The Inside story Spring 3
ENGL 2246 Introduction to Asian American Literature Spring 3
ENGL 2248 Playwriting II Spring 3
ENGL 2249 Contemporary Theatre and Drama Spring 4
ENGL 2251 Literature of Migration: Diaspora, Exile, and Home Spring 3
ENGL 2255 Introduction to Post-Colonial Literature Fall 3
ENGL 2258 Sin and Evil in Medieval Literature Fall 3
ENGL 2267 Modern German Novels in Translation Spring 3
ENGL 2269 Medicine and Literature Spring 3
ENGL 2270 Ireland: Past, Present and Future Summer 3
ENGL 2272 The Short Story Tradition Fall 3
ENGL 2277 Introduction to American Studies Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 2280 Imagining the City:Why Writers Love Venice Fall 3
ENGL 2282 Knights, Castles, and Dragons Spring 3
ENGL 2283 Comparative Drama Fall 3
ENGL 2284 Race and Visual Culture Spring 3
ENGL 2286 Town and Country in Victorian Fiction Spring 3
ENGL 2288 God and the Imagination: Epitaphs for the Journey Fall 3
ENGL 2291 Boston's French Connections Fall 3
ENGL 2295 Ancient Comedy Fall 3
ENGL 2297 Utopia, Dystopia, Soviet and Surreal Fall 3
ENGL 2298 Digital Detectives: Sherlock Holmes Spring 3
ENGL 2299 Comtemporary American Literature Spring 3
ENGL 2317 The History and Literature of South Africa Fall 3
ENGL 2348 Modern Middle Eastern and Arabic Literature (in translation) Spring 3
ENGL 2470 Black and Popular: Speculative Fictions by Black Writers Fall 3
ENGL 2482 African American Writers Fall 3
ENGL 2486 Drama of Harlem and Irish Renaissance Spring 3
ENGL 3001 Walking <i>Infinite Jest</i> Spring/Fall 3
ENGL 3002 Detective Stories Spring 3
ENGL 3003 Horror Stories Spring 1
ENGL 3004 Storytelling and Catholicism Spring 1
ENGL 3175 American Crime in Literature and Film Fall 3
ENGL 3200 The Body in Sickness and Health Fall 3
ENGL 3204 London: A History in Verse Spring 3
ENGL 3205 Global Victorians Spring 3
ENGL 3211 Literature Wired: The Digital Humanities Spring 4
ENGL 3219 Reading Visual Culture Spring 3
ENGL 3230 Literature and Social Change Fall 3
ENGL 3235 Second Voices: 21st Century American Immigrant Writing Fall 3
ENGL 3246 Cosmopolitan London: Communities and their Stories Summer 3
ENGL 3259 Introduction to Literary Theory Spring 3
ENGL 3260 Talking Things in the 18th Century Spring 3
ENGL 3261 Writing The Self Spring 3
ENGL 3263 Grand Masters Fall 3
ENGL 3264 Saint Peterburg: Literary-Artistic Myths and Realities Summer 3
ENGL 3301 Literature of the Beat Generation Spring 3
ENGL 3302 Witches and Apocalypses in Young Adult Fiction Spring 3
ENGL 3303 Tolstoy and Dostoevsky (in translation) Spring 3
ENGL 3304 King Arthur in German Literature Spring 3
ENGL 3305 Weird Style: Greatness and Strangeness in Medieval Writers Spring 3
ENGL 3306 Reading the Atomic Age Spring 3
ENGL 3307 History of the English Language Spring 3
ENGL 3308 Diving into the Antebellum Archive Fall 1
ENGL 3310 Shakespeare Spring 3
ENGL 3311 British Rule in India: Literature and Culture Fall 3
ENGL 3313 Rags and Riches: Poverty and Wealth in Eighteenth-Century England Spring 3
ENGL 3314 Writing Out of Place Summer 3
ENGL 3315 Searching for Poems in Early American Magazines Fall 1
ENGL 3316 Incendiary Poetics: Whitman and Ginsberg Spring 1
ENGL 3317 Career Planning for English Majors Spring 1
ENGL 3318 Nineteenth Century American Poetry Spring 3
ENGL 3319 Hats, Suits & Corsets: Material Culture in the Victorian Novel Spring 3
ENGL 3320 The Idea of Literature: From Work to Text Fall 3
ENGL 3322 Challenging Ulysses Fall 1
ENGL 3323 Melville and the World Fall 3
ENGL 3324 Great Adaptations Spring 1
ENGL 3329 Hard Fiction Spring 3
ENGL 3331 Victorian Inequality Spring 3
ENGL 3333 British Modernism Fall 3
ENGL 3335 Food Writing in Paris Summer 3
ENGL 3336 Novels of the World Spring 3
ENGL 3339 Digital Text, Material Image Spring 3
ENGL 3341 Fictions of Empire Fall 3
ENGL 3346 Asian American Experience Spring 3
ENGL 3347 Disability Studies Fall 3
ENGL 3349 Irish Literary Revival Fall 3
ENGL 3350 Troy, in Love and War Fall 3
ENGL 3351 British Romantic Poetry Spring 3
ENGL 3352 British Romantic Literature Spring 3
ENGL 3353 Contemporary Literatures of Migration Spring 3
ENGL 3354 The Novels of Dickens Fall 3
ENGL 3355 Eighteenth-Century Adventure Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 3359 The Single Girl in the Nineteenth Century Fall 3
ENGL 3360 Victorian Violence Spring 3
ENGL 3362 Making it Irish: Cultural Revival and Revolution Spring 3
ENGL 3363 Town and Country in Victorian Fiction Spring 3
ENGL 3364 Nineteenth-Century British Fiction Spring 3
ENGL 3367 Non-Western Women's Literature Fall 3
ENGL 3368 Nineteenth Century British Women Writers Fall 3
ENGL 3377 Medieval Arthurian Literature Spring 3
ENGL 3382 Varieties of Shorter Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 3383 Asian American Film Fall 3
ENGL 3387 The Literary Essay Fall 3
ENGL 3388 Autobiography Fall 3
ENGL 3392 Syntax and Semantics Spring 3
ENGL 3393 Chaucer Spring 3
ENGL 3396 Contemporary Irish Literature and Culture Spring 3
ENGL 3444 Major Irish Writers Spring 3
ENGL 3460 American Short Story Fall 3
ENGL 3472 Contemporary American Short Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 3527 General Linguistics Fall 3
ENGL 3528 Historical Linguistics Spring 3
ENGL 3533 British Novels of the Eighteenth Century Spring 3
ENGL 3538 Major Twentieth-Century Irish Poets Fall 3
ENGL 4002 Narrative Journalism in Peace and War Fall 3
ENGL 4003 Shakespeare and Performance Spring 3
ENGL 4004 Boom, Bust, Austerity Spring 3
ENGL 4005 "Is it about a bicycle?" Flann O'Brien and the Irish Comic Tradition Fall 3
ENGL 4006 Eco-Fictions: World Economy and the Meaning of Nature Fall 3
ENGL 4007 Literature of Mental Health Fall 3
ENGL 4008 Writing as Social Action Fall 3
ENGL 4009 Novels and Islam Fall 3
ENGL 4010 Scribbling Women and Suffragettes: Human Rights and American Women's Writing, 1850-1920 Fall 3
ENGL 4011 Faulkner to Beyonce: New South Aesthetics Spring 3
ENGL 4012 The Novel in English Spring 3
ENGL 4013 Solitary Geniuses: Writing Communities in the Transatlantic 19th Century Spring 3
ENGL 4014 Apocalyptic Modernism Fall 3
ENGL 4015 Women in Irish Literature Before 1900 Fall 3
ENGL 4016 Reporting Civil Rights Spring 3
ENGL 4020 Fake News: What's It Good For? Fall 3
ENGL 4114 Modernism and Visual Culture Spring 3
ENGL 4238 Medieval Women Writers Spring 3
ENGL 4300 Solitude Spring 3
ENGL 4309 James Joyce Fall 3
ENGL 4315 Chaucer and Literary Voice Fall 3
ENGL 4334 Advanced Topic Seminar: Gender Crossings: Theory and Representation Fall 3
ENGL 4337 Victorian Marriage/Victorian Sex Fall 3
ENGL 4340 Milton Spring 3
ENGL 4352 Women In/And Avant-Garde Spring 3
ENGL 4371 British Short Fiction, 1840-1940 Spring 3
ENGL 4373 Korean Cinema Fall 3
ENGL 4393 Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries Spring 3
ENGL 4394 Psychoanalysis and Literature Fall 3
ENGL 4395 Literary Theory Fall 3
ENGL 4397 The Whitman Tradition Fall 3
ENGL 4400 Colonial American Literature and Culture Fall 3
ENGL 4401 Power, Performance, and the Body in Contemporary Drama Fall 3
ENGL 4402 Film and Film Theory Spring 3
ENGL 4403 Hauntings: 20th Century Southern Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 4404 Literary Boston 1790-1860 Spring 3
ENGL 4405 Melville and the World Fall 3
ENGL 4406 Literary & Religious Traditions of India Spring 3
ENGL 4407 The American Renaissance: Natural Canons and Popular Culture Fall 3
ENGL 4408 Towards the New Woman in British and Irish Victorian Fiction Spring 3
ENGL 4410 American Fiction to 1860 Fall 3
ENGL 4411 American Fiction and the Wild West Spring 3
ENGL 4412 Writing Workshop: Creative Nonfiction Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 4414 Dickens, James, and Eliot Fall 3
ENGL 4415 American Literature in the 1790s Fall 3
ENGL 4416 Dickens and His World Spring 3
ENGL 4417 The Politics and Literature of the Irish Nation, 1800-1922 Spring 3
ENGL 4420 Donne to Dryden Spring 3
ENGL 4421 Charlotte Bronte and the 20th Cent Novel Spring 3
ENGL 4423 20th C American Fiction: American Dreams Spring 3
ENGL 4424 Middle English Alliterative Poetry Spring 3
ENGL 4425 Revival to Revolution: How Drama Shaped Modern Ireland Fall 3
ENGL 4427 Topics in Theory: Psychoanalysis and Literature Fall 3
ENGL 4429 The Filipino American Experience Spring 3
ENGL 4430 Literature and Journalism in America Spring 3
ENGL 4431 Contemporary American Poetry Fall 3
ENGL 4432 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Food and Culture Writing Spring 3
ENGL 4433 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Flash Nonfiction Spring 3
ENGL 4434 Advanced Creative Non Fiction: Writing Mental Health Fall 3
ENGL 4435 Global Anglophone Literatures: Asia, Africa, and the Middle East Spring 3
ENGL 4436 ATS: The Hawthorne-Melville Perplex Spring 3
ENGL 4438 Victorian Selfies Spring 3
ENGL 4443 Chekhov Fall 3
ENGL 4445 19th C American Literature and the National Imagination Fall 3
ENGL 4446 Empire and The Everyday Spring 3
ENGL 4447 The Poetics of Rap Spring 3
ENGL 4448 Britain in the Age of Revolution Fall 3
ENGL 4453 Form and Technique of Fiction Spring 3
ENGL 4454 Developing Writing Skills Fall 3
ENGL 4458 Rhetoric as Cultural Studies Spring 3
ENGL 4460 ATS: Global Crossroads in Eighteenth-Century Literature Spring 3
ENGL 4461 Regionalism in America Spring 3
ENGL 4464 Contemporary Novel in English Fall 3
ENGL 4465 Feminist Literary Theory Fall 3
ENGL 4469 Imagining Places in the Early Modern World Spring 3
ENGL 4471 Gothic Women Writers Fall 3
ENGL 4478 Poe and the Gothic Spring 3
ENGL 4480 Convents, Covens, and Crusaders: Reading Groups of Women Fall 3
ENGL 4481 Woolf and Hemingway Spring 3
ENGL 4484 The American Novel in the Last Century Fall 3
ENGL 4487 American Modernisms Fall 3
ENGL 4491 18th Century Comic Constructions Spring 3
ENGL 4492 Queer Origins Fall 3
ENGL 4495 Asian Cinema Fall 3
ENGL 4497 CNF: Argument and Commentary Fall 3
ENGL 4498 Shakespeare and Marlowe Spring 3
ENGL 4500 Queer Cinema/Queer Theory Spring 3
ENGL 4501 Boston: History, Literature and Culture I Spring 3
ENGL 4502 Boston: History, Literature & Culture II Fall 3
ENGL 4503 Global Englishes: Literature and Transnational Flows Fall 3
ENGL 4504 Revival to Revolution: How Drama Shaped Modern Ireland Fall 3
ENGL 4505 Post-War American Poetry: Writing After Modernism Fall 3
ENGL 4506 The Works and World of Orhan Pamuk Fall 3
ENGL 4508 Queer Theory Fall 3
ENGL 4510 Food & Culture Writing Spring 3
ENGL 4511 Faulkner Spring 3
ENGL 4512 Old Irish Spring 3
ENGL 4514 Literature and the Political:War&Human Body Spring 3
ENGL 4515 Eliot, James, and Woolf Fall 3
ENGL 4516 From Visual Text to Graphic Novel Fall 3
ENGL 4517 Seminar: Social Crisis in the Victorian Novel Fall 3
ENGL 4518 Reading Irish Childhood Spring 3
ENGL 4522 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Memoir, Biography, Profile Fall 3
ENGL 4523 4th Genre: Contemporary American Creative Nonfiction Fall 3
ENGL 4524 Advanced Topic Seminar: Irish Victorian Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 4525 20th Century American Women Writers Fall 3
ENGL 4526 Shakespeare: Early Plays Fall 3
ENGL 4527 Novels of the World Spring 3
ENGL 4529 Shakespeare: Later Plays Fall 3
ENGL 4530 The City in Irish Literature Fall 3
ENGL 4531 Making Americans Spring 3
ENGL 4532 Advanced Creative Non-fiction: Text and Image Fall 3
ENGL 4533 ACNF: Writing About Place Spring 3
ENGL 4534 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Writing Across Cultures Fall 3
ENGL 4536 Joyce's Ulysses Fall 3
ENGL 4537 Advanced Topic Seminar: Analyzing James Joyce: A Digital Adventure Fall 3
ENGL 4539 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Writing the Past Spring 3
ENGL 4540 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Flash Nonfiction Spring 3
ENGL 4550 Advanced Nonfiction Workshop: Writing for Magazines Spring 3
ENGL 4551 Contemporary Literary and Cultural Theory Spring 3
ENGL 4552 London in the Novel Fall 3
ENGL 4553 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Writing the Service Experience Fall 3
ENGL 4557 Modern American Poetry and Poetics, 1914-1930 Fall 3
ENGL 4558 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Writing the Other/Writing the Self Spring 3
ENGL 4559 African American Writing 1860-1960 Spring 3
ENGL 4560 Making it Weird: 20th Century Experiments in Literature and the Arts Spring 3
ENGL 4577 Writing Workshop: Poetry Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 4579 Writing Workshop: Fiction Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 4580 Fiction: Second Workshop Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 4583 Advanced Creative Nonfiction Workshop: Memoir & Autobiography Fall 3
ENGL 4584 Seminar: Science Fiction: Past Futures Fall 3
ENGL 4586 Travel Tales of Empire Spring 3
ENGL 4588 Business Writing Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 4593 Advanced Colloquium in Women's Studies Spring 3
ENGL 4599 Undergraduate Reading and Research Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 4618 Seminar: Star-Crossed Lovers and the Novel Spring 3
ENGL 4624 Reading Visual Culture Fall 3
ENGL 4625 Seminar: Toni Morrison Spring 3
ENGL 4626 American Studies Senior Seminar: Studies in American Culture Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 4627 Capstone: Ways of Knowing Spring 3
ENGL 4628 Capstone: Five Heroic Americans Spring 3
ENGL 4629 Advanced Topic Seminar: Romantic Writing Spring 3
ENGL 4630 Capstone: Passages Fall 3
ENGL 4631 Capstone: Mindfulness & Storytelling Spring 3
ENGL 4632 Advanced Topics Seminar: Friendship, Love & Social Taboo Spring 3
ENGL 4637 Capstone: Vision Quest: A Multicultural Approach Fall 3
ENGL 4645 American Nature Writing Spring 3
ENGL 4661 American Studies Honors Thesis Spring 3
ENGL 4670 Capstone: Into the Woods Fall 3
ENGL 4671 Magazine Production and Publishing Fall 3
ENGL 4696 Dante's "Divine Comedy" in Translation Fall 3
ENGL 4899 Hacking the Humanities: Programming and Analysis for Literary and Historical Studies Fall 3
ENGL 4902 Advanced Topic Seminar: Contemporary Novels of the World Spring 3
ENGL 4904 Advanced Topic Seminar: Emily Dickinson Fall 3
ENGL 4905 Advanced Topic Seminar: Making Sex in Early Modern England Spring 3
ENGL 4906 Advanced Topic Seminar: Futures Past: Time and History in Modernism Spring 3
ENGL 4907 Advanced Topic Seminar: Irish Gothic Fall 3
ENGL 4908 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Writing the Body in Illness and Health Spring 3
ENGL 4909 Advanced Seminar: Sensibility, Sentiment, and Sensation in the 19th Century Spring 3
ENGL 4910 Advanced Seminar: Medieval English Mystics Fall 3
ENGL 4911 Advanced Topic Seminar: The Crises of the 19th Century: Society, Gender and Belief Fall 3
ENGL 4912 Advanced Topic Seminar: Whiteness and the Narratives of Race Fall 3
ENGL 4913 Advanced Topic Seminar: Disability Studies Fall 3
ENGL 4914 Advanced Topic Seminar: Aesthetic (Re)Turns Spring 3
ENGL 4915 Advanced Fiction Writing Workshop Spring 3
ENGL 4916 Advanced Seminar: Hawthorne and Melville Fall 3
ENGL 4917 Advanced Poetry Workshop Spring 3
ENGL 4918 Advanced Topic Seminar: Literary Boston Spring 3
ENGL 4919 Advanced Topic Seminar: Forgotten Chapters in Boston's Literary History Fall 3
ENGL 4920 Advanced Topic Seminar: Violent Relations in the Middle Ages Spring 3
ENGL 4921 Advanced Independent Research Fall/Spring 6
ENGL 4922 Advanced Topic Seminar: 20th Century Women Poets Fall 3
ENGL 4923 Advanced Topic Seminar: Topics in Theory Spring 3
ENGL 4924 Advanced Topic Seminar: American Modernism Fall 3
ENGL 4925 Advanced Topic Seminar: Literary Approaches to the Past Spring 3
ENGL 4931 Advanced Topic Seminar: Proust Spring 3
ENGL 4933 Advanced Topic Seminar: Psychoanalysis and Literature as Dreams, Phobias and the Uncanny Fall 3
ENGL 4934 Advanced Topic Seminar: Digital <i>Dubliners</i> and the Literary Future Fall 3
ENGL 4935 Writing and Composition Pedagogy for Secondary School Teachers Spring 3
ENGL 4938 Advanced Topic Seminar: The Whitman Tradition Fall 3
ENGL 4941 Advanced Topics Seminar: Readings in Cultural Theory Spring 3
ENGL 4950 ATS: Literature of Slavery: Abolition Fall 3
ENGL 4952 Advanced Seminar: Bodies & Borders Spring 3
ENGL 4954 Junior Honors Seminar Spring 3
ENGL 4955 ATS: Ireland: The Colonial Context Spring 3
ENGL 4956 ATS: Animal Worlds in the Middle Ages Fall 3
ENGL 4967 Advanced Seminar: Irish Contemporary Writing Fall 3
ENGL 4972 American Studies Senior Seminar: America and its Futures Fall 3
ENGL 5001 ATS: Reading Like a Victorian Fall 3
ENGL 5002 ATS: Virtual Joyce Spring 3
ENGL 5004 ATS: Enslaved Africans Fall 3
ENGL 5510 Contemporary American Women Writers Fall 3
ENGL 5513 American Studies Senior Seminar Spring 3
ENGL 5517 Capstone: Love and Indoctrination: A Foundation for the Rest of Your Life Spring 3
ENGL 5524 A Poetry Practicum Spring 3
ENGL 5534 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Writing About Family Spring 3
ENGL 5539 Advanced Topic Seminar: History, Memory & Culture in American Literature Fall 3
ENGL 5541 Advanced Nonfiction Workshop: The Spiritual Autobiography Fall 3
ENGL 5544 Advanced Creative Nonfiction: Writing About Family Fall 3
ENGL 5575 Adv CNF: Writing Across Cultures Fall 3
ENGL 5603 Seminar in College Teaching: Women's Studies Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 6001 Male, Female, Other in Early Modern England Fall 3
ENGL 6002 Experimental Writing for Scholars Fall 3
ENGL 6003 American Modernisms Spring 3
ENGL 6004 Environmental Humanities Spring 3
ENGL 6005 Knowing the Other in Early Modern England Fall 3
ENGL 6600 Honors Thesis Fall 3
ENGL 6613 Adavanced Topic Seminar: Gender and Sexuality in Victorian Literature Spring 3
ENGL 6647 Irish Gothic Fall 3
ENGL 6648 American Studies Senior Seminar: American Cultural Memory Fall 3
ENGL 6675 The Art and Craft of Literary Translation: A Seminar Spring 3
ENGL 6699 Seminar: Old English Spring 3
ENGL 7002 Gaslight to Noir: Writing Crime and Corruption Spring 3
ENGL 7003 Game of Thrones: Medieval English Political Poetry Spring 3
ENGL 7004 Literary and Cultural Theory Spring 3
ENGL 7005 The Skull and the Mirror: Theatre, Philosophy, Language Fall 3
ENGL 7006 Global Economy, Ecology, and the Contemporary Novel Fall 3
ENGL 7007 The Abbey Theatre Spring 3
ENGL 7008 Postwar Hollywood: Film Analysis Spring 3
ENGL 7009 Contemporary Theorists Fall 3
ENGL 7010 American Literature, Print Culture & Material Texts Spring 3
ENGL 7011 Race and Cultural Theory Spring 3
ENGL 7012 Reading in Victorian Culture Fall 3
ENGL 7015 Everyday Fictions Fall 3
ENGL 7700 English Language Training for Graduate Level Students: Focus on Speech Fall 0
ENGL 7701 English Language Training for Graduate Level Students: Focus on Writing Spring 0
ENGL 7702 The 9/11 Novel Summer 3
ENGL 7703 Melville and His Era Fall 3
ENGL 7704 Human Rights and the 20th Century Novel Fall 3
ENGL 7705 Early Modern Poetry Fall 3
ENGL 7706 Medieval English Romance Fall 3
ENGL 7707 W.C. Williams and Wallace Stevens Fall 3
ENGL 7708 Crises of the 19th Century: Society, Gender and Belief Spring 3
ENGL 7709 Visual Culture Spring 3
ENGL 7711 Reading and Teaching Poetry Fall 3
ENGL 7712 Modern, In Theory Fall 3
ENGL 7713 Seminar: Talking Things in the 18th Century Spring 3
ENGL 7714 Writing the Self in Early Modern England Fall 3
ENGL 7715 Animal Worlds in the Middle Ages Spring 3
ENGL 7716 Shakespeare and Donne Spring 3
ENGL 7717 Theory and Pedagogy in the Language Arts Classroom Fall 3
ENGL 7718 Race and Visual Culture Summer 3
ENGL 7720 Mess, Mourning, and Decomposition in British Victorian Literature Summer 0
ENGL 7721 Milton Fall 3
ENGL 7722 Irish Literary Revival Spring 3
ENGL 7723 18th Century New Materialisms Fall 3
ENGL 7724 Sociability and the Social in Victorian Culture Spring 3
ENGL 7725 1916 and After Spring 3
ENGL 7727 Modern Major Irish Drama Spring 3
ENGL 7728 Studies in the Eighteenth-Century Novel Spring 3
ENGL 7729 Woolf and Stevens Fall 3
ENGL 7730 Novels of the World Spring 3
ENGL 7731 The Idea of Literature: From Work to Text Fall 3
ENGL 7732 Contemporary Irish Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 7733 American Fiction to 1870 Summer 3
ENGL 7734 African American Writers of the 20th and 21st Centuries Fall 3
ENGL 7735 The London Vortex, 1908-1922 Fall 3
ENGL 7736 New Historicism Spring 3
ENGL 7738 Agamben and His Universe Fall 3
ENGL 7739 Major Irish Writers Spring 3
ENGL 7741 Bodies/Borders Spring 3
ENGL 7742 Chaucer: Verse History Fall 3
ENGL 7743 Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama Fall 3
ENGL 7746 The City in American Literature and Culture Spring 3
ENGL 7747 Sex, Gender, and the Body in Early Modern England Fall 3
ENGL 7748 Early American Fiction and Nonfiction Fall 3
ENGL 7749 Poetics Spring 3
ENGL 7750 Early Women Writers Fall 3
ENGL 7751 Race & Cultural Theory Spring 3
ENGL 7752 Contemporary Literary and Cultural Theory Fall 3
ENGL 7753 Reading Jacques Derrida Spring 3
ENGL 7754 The Making of Renaissance Lit Spring 3
ENGL 7755 Derrida and Agamben Spring 3
ENGL 7758 George Eliot Fall 3
ENGL 7759 Pulp, Popular, Proletarian Fall 3
ENGL 7761 Black Cultural Studies Fall 3
ENGL 7762 Fourth Genre: Contemporary American Literary Nonfiction Spring 3
ENGL 7763 Modern British Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 7764 Twentieth-Century Irish Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 7765 What Is Performance? Fall 3
ENGL 7766 Feminist Theory Fall 3
ENGL 7769 Dickens Fall 3
ENGL 7771 The Victorian Novel Spring 3
ENGL 7772 16th Century British Writers Spring 3
ENGL 7775 Seminar: Nabokov Fall 3
ENGL 7776 Walter Pater and Oscar Wilde Spring 3
ENGL 7779 Contemporary American Poetry Fall 3
ENGL 7780 Readings in Theory Spring 3
ENGL 7781 Virginia Woolf Fall 3
ENGL 7782 Issues and Methods in American Studies Spring 3
ENGL 7784 Studies in Early Modern Poetry Fall 3
ENGL 7785 Stuart Literature and Culture Fall 3
ENGL 7786 T.S. Eliot & Walter Benjamin Spring 3
ENGL 7787 Ireland: The Colonial Context Fall 3
ENGL 7788 Irish Heroic Literature in Modern Adaptation Fall 3
ENGL 7789 Eighteenth-Century British Comedies, Dramatic and Narrative Fall 3
ENGL 7790 Fashioning the Nation in the Late Eighteenth Century Spring 3
ENGL 7791 Exploring Avant-Gardes Fall 3
ENGL 7793 American Fiction and the Family Summer 3
ENGL 7799 Nature,Culture,Wrtg:Derrida's of Grammatology/Cont Fall 3
ENGL 8001 The Global 18th Century Spring 3
ENGL 8009 Reading in Victorian Culture Fall 3
ENGL 8800 Irish Gothic Spring 3
ENGL 8801 Thesis Seminar Fall 3
ENGL 8802 Joyce's <i>Ulysses</i> Spring 3
ENGL 8803 America and Its Futures Spring 3
ENGL 8804 Beckett on Stage and Screen Fall 3
ENGL 8805 Beckett Fall 3
ENGL 8806 American Literatures of Slavery & Abolition Spring 3
ENGL 8807 Globalization and Culture Fall 1
ENGL 8808 Queer Literary Traditions Fall 3
ENGL 8810 Hopkins - Berryman Fall 3
ENGL 8811 Queer Time Fall 3
ENGL 8812 New England Literary Culture Fall 3
ENGL 8813 Joyce, Ulysses, Empire and Nationalism Fall 3
ENGL 8814 Heaney and Friel: Writing Ireland, Writing the World Fall 3
ENGL 8815 Julia Kristeva Fall 3
ENGL 8816 Eliot, James & Woolf Spring 3
ENGL 8817 Contemporary Anglophone Novels from Africa and South Asia Summer 3
ENGL 8818 Yeats: Work, Thoughts, Contexts Spring 3
ENGL 8819 British Romanticism and Imperial Culture Spring 3
ENGL 8820 Modern American Poetry and Poetics Fall 3
ENGL 8821 Violence in Medieval Literature Spring 3
ENGL 8822 Novel Theory and the Novel Fall 3
ENGL 8825 Composition Theory and the Teaching of Writing Spring 3
ENGL 8830 Wallace Stevens and High Modernism Fall 3
ENGL 8835 Race, Nation, and the Terrorist Subject Fall 3
ENGL 8836 Media, Culture, Narrative Fall 3
ENGL 8838 American Literature: Puritans to Melville Spring 3
ENGL 8840 Contemporary American Fiction Fall 3
ENGL 8844 Bodies and Souls: Visions, Mystics, and Medieval Devotion Spring 3
ENGL 8849 Romantic Texts and Contexts Spring 3
ENGL 8850 Seminar: Critical Approaches to Shakespeare Spring 3
ENGL 8855 British Literature and Postcolonial Criticism Spring 3
ENGL 8856 The City in American Literature and Culture Spring 3
ENGL 8857 American Nature Writing Fall 3
ENGL 8858 Postcolonial Literature and Theory Spring 3
ENGL 8872 The Whitman Tradition Spring 3
ENGL 8873 Shakespeare Spring 3
ENGL 8875 Bishop, Berryman and Lowell Fall 3
ENGL 8887 Introduction to Advanced Research Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 8888 Interim Study Fall/Spring 0
ENGL 8892 Theory and History of the Essay Fall 3
ENGL 8893 Contemporary Irish Drama Spring 3
ENGL 8894 American Modernisms Spring 3
ENGL 8899 Readings and Research Fall/Spring 3
ENGL 9001 PhD Seminar: Desire in the Novel Fall 3
ENGL 9002 PhD Seminar: Transnational Literary Studies Spring 3
ENGL 9900 PhD Seminar: 18th Century Materialisms Fall 3
ENGL 9901 Ph.D Seminar: Shakespearean Appropriations Spring 3
ENGL 9903 PhD Seminar: The Victorian Novel and Genre Fall 3
ENGL 9904 PhD Seminar: The City Spring 3
ENGL 9905 Ph.D. Seminar: American Literature & New Materialism Spring 3
ENGL 9906 PhD Seminar: Aesthetics of Modernism Spring 3
ENGL 9907 PhD Seminar: Global Economy, Ecology, and the Novel Fall 3
ENGL 9911 Ph.D. Gender Crossings: Representations & Theory Fall 3
ENGL 9914 Some American Renaissances Fall 3
ENGL 9917 Ph.D. Seminar: Issues and Methods in American Studies Spring 3
ENGL 9928 Ph.D. Seminar: Sex, Gender, and the Body Fall 3
ENGL 9932 Ph.D Seminar:Gender, Politics and Nationalism Spring 3
ENGL 9934 Advanced Research Colloquium Spring 3
ENGL 9936 Pulp, Popular, Proletarian Fall 3
ENGL 9942 PhD Seminar: Theorizing Visual Culture Spring 3
ENGL 9943 PhD Seminar:Irish Fiction and Culture,1960-Present Fall 3
ENGL 9952 Ph.D. Seminar: Poetics, Culture and Cognition Fall 3
ENGL 9998 Doctoral Comprehensive Spring 1
ENGL 9999 Doctoral Continuation Fall/Spring 1

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