Courses

Course schedules for upcoming terms can be found on this page. Individual course descriptions can be found on the course group pages.

Fall 2017

  • ENGL 1 (11) Literary History I: Literature Up to the Mid-17th Century (Edmondson)
  • ENGL 15 (10A) Shakespeare (Gamboa)
  • ENGL 28 (12) Making Americans: Hipsters, Tricksters & Geniuses (formerly American Prose) (Boggs)
  • ENGL 35 (10A) American Fiction: 1900-WWII (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 45 (11) Introduction to Literary Theory (Boggs)
  • ENGL 52.16 (12) God, Darwin, & the Literary Imagination (Harner) NEW
  • ENGL 52.17 (10) Victorian Children's Literature: Fairytale and Fantasy (Harner) NEW
  • ENGL 53.04 (2A) (Identical to WGSS 66.05) Telling Stories for Social Change (Schweitzer & Hernandez)
  • ENGL 53.16 (2A) (Identical to AAAS 51 & COLT 51) Masterpieces of Literature from Africa (Coly)
  • ENGL 53.34 (2A) The Wire (Gamboa)
  • ENGL 54.03 (2A) (Identical to WGSS 51.09) Young Adult Literature (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 54.15 (2) (Identical to COLT 40) History of the Book (Halasz)
  • ENGL 54.40 (10A) Literary Culture in the Age of Digital Distraction (Booten) NEW
  • ENGL 62.02 (10A) The New Emily Dickinson - Junior Colloquium in Course Group II (Schweitzer)
  • ENGL 71.06 (2) Milton (Luxon)
  • ENGL 72.03 (11) Bohemia: Glamorous Outcasts & the Nineteenth Century Novel - Senior Seminar in Course Group II (McCann) NEW
  • Creative Writing Courses:
  • ENGL 80 (10A) Writing & Reading Fiction (Chee) application required
  • ENGL 83 (10A) Intermediate Workshop in Fiction (O'Malley) application required
  • ENGL 86 (6B) Senior Workshop in Creative Writing (Francis) application required
  • ENGL 87.04 (3A) Imaginary Countries (Chee)
     
  • Foreign Study Programs in London and Dublin

Winter 2018

  • ENGL 2 (11) Literary History II: Literature from the Mid-17th Century through the 19th Century (McCann)
  • ENGL 7 (10A) First Year Seminar (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 7 (10A) First Year Seminar (Sharlet)
  • ENGL 7 (2A) First Year Seminar (Chee)
  • ENGL 7 (2A) First Year Seminar - The Symptom (Khan)
  • ENGL 7 (12) First Year Seminar (Dever)
  • ENGL 11 (10) Chaucer: Canterbury Tales (Edmondson)
  • ENGL 16 (11) Renaissance Drama (Halasz)
  • ENGL 26 (12) Masterpieces of Nineteenth Century British Fiction (McKee)
  • ENGL 36 (2A) Contemporary American Fiction (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 42 (10A) (Identical to AAAS 65) Introduction to Postcolonial Literature (Khan)
  • ENGL 45 (12) Introduction to Literary Theory (Edmondson)
  • ENGL 46 (2) Old & New Media (Halasz)
  • ENGL 53.07 (12) (Identical to AAAS 81.07) Black Noir (Mouton Kinyon)
  • ENGL 53.22 (10A) Science Fiction Studies (Evens)
  • ENGL 53.36 (TBD) Game of Thrones: Re-Imagining Medieval History as an Allegory of the Present (Pease and Dobson) NEW
  • ENGL 55.07 (10) (Identical to ARTH 16.24 and THEA 10.24) Arts of War (Boggs, Will, L. Edmondson, and Hornstein)
  • ENGL 55.11 (11) Hamilton: The Revolution as a Work of Art (Boggs) NEW
  • ENGL 55.14 (10) (Identical to NAS 34) Native American Oral Traditional Literatures (Palmer)
  • ENGL 62.12 (10) Jane Austen - Junior Colloquium in Course Group II (McKee)
  • ENGL 63.02 (10A) (Identical to AAAS 26) Toni Morrison - Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Moodie)
  • ENGL 71.13 (2A) Gender & Power in Shakespeare - Senior Seminar in Course Group I (Boose)
  • ENGL 73.13 (11) James Joyce - Senior Seminar in Course Group III (Huntington)
  • ENGL 73.30 (2A) 20th Century Protest Poetry of the Americas - Senior Seminar in Course Group III (Moodie) NEW
  • Creative Writing Courses:
  • ENGL 80 (2A) Writing & Reading Fiction (O'Malley) application required
  • ENGL 80 (6B) Writing & Reading Fiction (Chee) application required
  • ENGL 81 (2A) Writing & Reading Creative Nonfiction (Sharlet) application required
  • ENGL 82 (2) Writing & Reading Poetry (Huntington) application required
  • ENGL 83 (10A) Intermediate Workshop in Fiction (Craig) application required
  • ENGL 87.06 (TBD) Writing for Television (Carabatsos)

Spring 2018

  • ENGL 3 (11) Literary History III: Literature in the 20th & 21st Centuries (Tanoukhi)
  • ENGL 6 (12) Narrative Journalism: Literature and Practice (Jetter)
  • ENGL 7 (11) First Year Seminar (Zeiger)
  • ENGL 7 (2A) Toni Morrison - First Year Seminar (Moodie)
  • ENGL 7.03 (2A) Focus on Macbeth: Text & Film - First Year Seminar (Boose)
  • ENGL 7.40 (9L) Shakespeare's Non-dramatic Verse - First Year Seminar (Luxon)
  • ENGL 12 (11) Chaucer's Troilus & Criseyde (Otter)
  • ENGL 17 (2) Milton (Luxon)
  • ENGL 32 (10) (Identical to NAS 35) Native American Literature (Benson Taylor)
  • ENGL 33 (12) (Identical to AAAS 35) Modern Black American Literature (Mouton Kinyon)
  • ENGL 34 (12) From Anna Christie to Hamilton (and Donald Trump): Modern American Drama (Pease)
  • ENGL 37 (10) Contemporary American Poetry (Lenhart)
  • ENGL 51.02 (10A) Shakespeare's King Lear & Macbeth: Text & Film (Boose)
  • ENGL 52.06 (10) Media & Monstrosity (McCann) NEW
  • ENGL 53.23 (10A) (Identical to AAAS 83.06 & LACS 66) Caribbean Lyric & Literature (Moodie)
  • ENGL 63.06 (11) The Undead South - Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Benson Taylor)
  • ENGL 64.02 (2) Garden Politics: Literature, Theory, Practice - Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Zeiger) NEW
  • ENGL 72.13 (12) Brontës - Senior Seminar in Course Group II (Harner) NEW
  • ENGL 74.04 (2) Postcolonial Bildungsroman: Youth and Happiness in the Global Novel—Senior Seminar in Course Groups III & IV (Tanoukhi) NEW
  • Creative Writing Courses:
  • ENGL 80 (2A) Writing & Reading Fiction (Tudish) application required
  • ENGL 83 (10A) Intermediate Workshop in Fiction (Tudish) application required
  • ENGL 84 (10A) Intermediate Workshop in Creative Nonfiction (Sharlet) application required
  • ENGL 85 (3A) Intermediate Workshop in Poetry (Olzmann) application required
  • ENGL 87.01 (2A) Raising the Dead (Sharlet)
  • ENGL 87.10 (2A) Engaging Hybridity: Race, Gender, Genre (Francis) NEW