Course Schedule

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

Course Group I – Literature before the Mid-17th Century

Course Group II – Literature from the Mid-17th Century to the 19th Century

Course Group III – Literature from the Start of the 20th Century to the Present

Course Group IV – Criticism and Theory

Courses with No Group Assignment

Creative Writing Courses

Summer 2019

  • CRWT 11 (3A and 6A) Writing and Reading Creative Nonfiction (Craig)
  • ENGL 36 (2A) Contemporary American Fiction (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 37 (10A) Contemporary American Poetry (Bennett)
  • ENGL 63.04/LACS 30.12/WGSS 52.04 (6B) Arts Against Empire – Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 65.06/WGSS 53.05 (11) The Poetry and Rhetoric of Love: From Petrarch to Social Media – Junior Colloquium (Zeiger)

Fall 2019

  • CRWT 10 (10A & 2A) Writing and Reading Fiction (O'Malley/Craig)
  • CRWT 12 (3A) Writing and Reading Poetry (Francis)
  • CRWT 20 (2A) Intermediate Fiction (O'Malley) Application Required
  • CRWT 21 (10A) Intermediate Creative Nonfiction (Craig) Application Required
  • CRWT 40.01 (2A) Imaginary Countries (Chee)
  • CRWT 60 (3A) Senior Fiction Workshop (Chee) Application Required
  • CRWT 62 (6B) Senior Poetry Workshop (Francis) Application Required
  • ENGL 1 (10) Literary History I: Literature Up to the Mid-Seventeenth Century (Otter)
  • ENGL 10 (11) Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian Epic and Saga (Otter)
  • ENGL 15 (12) Shakespeare (Halasz)
  • ENGL 47/LING 18 (10A) History of the English Language (Pulju)
  • ENGL 52.16 (12) God, Darwin, and the Literary Imagination (Harner)
  • ENGL 53.04/WGSS 66.05 (10A) Telling Stories for Social Change (Schweitzer/Hernandez)
  • ENGL 53.17 (10A) The Graphic Novel (Chaney)
  • ENGL 53.39 (10) Haunted Houses in American Literature (Clark)
  • ENGL 53.41 (2A) Black Love & its Discontents: Barry Jenkins (Bennett)
  • ENGL 53.43/PHIL 1.17/AAAS 21.10 (3A, Mondays only 3:30-6:30 PM) Race and Modernity: W.E.B. DuBois, James Baldwin, Lorraine Hansberry (C. West)
  • ENGL 54.15/COLT 40.01 (2) History of the Book (Halasz)
  • ENGL 62.03/WGSS 48.09 (10) Nineteenth Century British Women Writers – Junior Colloquium in Course Group II (Dever)
  • ENGL 64.05 (11) Cultural Analytics – Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Dobson)
  • ENGL 65.02 (2A) Writing with Algorithms: A Literary Computation Workshop – Junior Colloquium with no Course Group assignment (Booten)
  • ENGL 72.13 (2) The Brontës – Senior Seminar in Course Group II (Harner)
  • ENGL 74.05 (2A) Word-Image Theory – Senior Seminar in Course Group IV (Chaney)

Winter 2020

Creative Writing Courses

  • CRWT 10 (2A) Writing and Reading Fiction (Chee and Crouch (2 sections))
  • CRWT 10 (10A) Writing and Reading Fiction (Crouch)
  • CRWT 11 (2A) Writing and Reading Creative Nonfiction (Sharlet)
  • CRWT 12 (3A) Writing and Reading Poetry (Olzmann)
  • CRWT 20 (10A) Intermediate Fiction (Orner) Application Required
  • CRWT 41.01 (10A and 2A) Writing for Television (Carabatsos)

English Courses

  • ENGL 2 (10A) Literary History II: Literature from the Mid-Seventeenth Century through the Nineteenth Century (Dever)
  • ENGL 23 (11) Romantic Literature: Aesthetics and Ideology from the French Revolution to Frankenstein (Garrison)
  • ENGL 26 (10) Masterpieces of Nineteenth Century British Fiction (McKee)
  • ENGL 45 (2) Introduction to Literary Theory (Garrison)
  • ENGL 51.01 (11) Plays, Playing, and Publicity (Halasz)
  • ENGL 51.13 (2A) Gender and Power in Shakespeare (Boose)
  • ENGL 52.05/WGSS 48.08 (2A) Desire and Difference in Nineteenth Century British Literature (Dever)
  • ENGL 52.10 (10A) Vox Clamantis: Wilderness in Nineteenth Century American Literature (Chaney)
  • ENGL 53.25/NAS 47 (2) Contemporary Native American Poetry (Palmer)
  • ENGL 53.42 (12) "Postmodern" Britain: Fictions of Pluralism, Dystopia (and Brexit) (Harner)
  • ENGL 53.44/NAS 31 (10A) Indians in American Literature (Benson Taylor)
  • ENGL 54.05 (10) Animal Studies: Theory, Literature, Politics (Harner)
  • ENGL 55.19/AAAS 91.05 (10A) Maroons to Marley: Jamaica's Role in Worldwide Revolutions from Slavery to the Present Day (Moodie)
  • ENGL 62.12 (12) Jane Austen – Junior Colloquium in Course Group II (McKee)
  • ENGL 71.01 (10) Celtic Fringes: Medieval English Literature in Dialogue with Irish, Welsh, and Breton Traditions – Senior Seminar in Course Group I (Otter)
  • ENGL 71.02 (2) Ovid in England – Senior Seminar in Course Group I (Halasz)
  • ENGL 73.02 (2A) Toni Morrison – Senior Seminar in Course Group III (Moodie)

Spring 2020 - Online Courses

For information on the teaching format of Spring 2020 courses, please visit this page:

https://english.dartmouth.edu/news/spring-2020-english-and-creative-writ...

Creative Writing Courses

English Courses

  • ENGL 3 (2A) Literary History III: Literature in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Moodie)
  • ENGL 6 (12) Narrative Journalism: Literature and Practice (Jetter)
  • ENGL 11 (11) Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales (Edmondson)
  • ENGL 17 (10) Milton (Luxon)
  • ENGL 33/AAAS 35 (10A) Modern Black American Literature (Moodie)
  • ENGL 34 (12) From Anna Christie to Hamilton (and Donald Trump): Modern American Drama (Pease)
  • ENGL 37 (Arrange) Contemporary American Poetry (Huntington)
  • ENGL 52.21 (2A) Popular Fiction and the Culture of Empire (McCann)
  • ENGL 53.16/AAAS 51/COLT 51.01 (10A) Masterpieces of Literature from Africa (Coly)
  • ENGL 53.38/WGSS 51.10 (2) Narratives of Un-belonging: Bad Asians, Queer Texts (Kim Lee)
  • ENGL 54.03/WGSS 51.09 (2A) Young Adult Literature (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 64.06 (10) Animal, Vegetable, Medium: Writing Nonhuman Sentience and Communication – Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Woods)
  • ENGL 65.01 (2) Walking – Junior Colloquium with no Course Group assignment (Edmondson)
  • ENGL 72.02/COLT 49.05 (11) Decadence, Degeneration and the Fin de Siècle – Senior Seminar in Course Group II (McCann)

Summer 2020 - Online Courses

Creative Writing Courses

  • CRWT 10 (ARR, Class design accommodates asynchrony; instructor intends to meet synchronously at least 1x/week with all who can) Writing and Reading Fiction (Craig)
  • CRWT 11 (ARR, Class design accommodates asynchrony; instructor intends to meet synchronously at least 1x/week with all who can) Writing and Reading Creative Nonfiction (Craig)

English Courses

  • ENGL 42 (3A, Mondays only from 3:30-6:25 PM EST via Zoom) Introduction to Postcolonial Literature (Khan)
  • ENGL 52.18 (ARR) Netflix and the Victorian Serial Novel (Harner)
  • ENGL 55.17 (ARR) Disability and Literature (Chaney, Sara)
  • ENGL 62.16 (ARR) Victorian Faces/Facial Politics - Junior Colloquium in Course Group II (Harner)
  • ENGL 63.07 (3B, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-6:20 PM EST via Zoom) Cosmopolitanism and the Fictions of Exchange - Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Tanoukhi)
  • ENGL 64.04 (6B, Wednesdays from 6:30-9:30 PM EST via Zoom) Jacques Lacan and Psychoanalytic Thought - Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Khan) (NOT eligible for NRO)

ARR = Online class meeting times to be arranged by professor and students in the course

• All Summer 2020 classes are NRO eligible, including courses taken for major credit, with the exception of ENGL 64.04•

Fall 2020

**Please see the new Class Schedule for class time references**

Creative Writing Courses

  • CRWT 10 (J - Remote, with synchronous components) Writing and Reading Fiction (Chee)
  • CRWT 12 (L - Remote, with synchronous components) Writing and Reading Poetry (Olzmann)
  • CRWT 20 (J - Remote, with synchronous components) Intermediate Fiction (O'Malley) Application Required
  • CRWT 40.01 (G - Remote, with synchronous components) Imaginary Countries - Topics Course in Creative Writing (Chee)
  • CRWT 60 (K - Remote, with synchronous components) Senior Workshop in Fiction (O'Malley) Application Required
  • CRWT 62 (J - Remote, with synchronous components) Senior Poetry Workshop (Huntington) Application Required

English Courses

  • ENGL 1 (C - Remote with optional on campus component, synchronous components) Literary History I: Literature Up to the Mid-Seventeenth Century (Otter)
  • ENGL 15 (D - Remote, with synchronous components) Shakespeare (Ritger and Beckman)
  • ENGL 24 (F - Remote, with synchronous components) Victorian Literature and Culture, 1837-1859 (Dever)
  • ENGL 26 (BL - Remote, with synchronous components) Masterpieces of Nineteenth Century British Fiction (McKee)
  • ENGL 29 (E - Remote, with synchronous components) American Fiction to 1900 (Boggs)
  • ENGL 33/AAAS 35 (G - Remote, with synchronous components) Modern Black American Literature (Bennett)
  • ENGL 37 (K - Remote, with synchronous components) Contemporary American Poetry (Moodie)
  • ENGL 45 (K - Remote, with synchronous components) Introduction to Literary Theory (Evens)
  • ENGL 52.02 (C - Remote, with synchronous components) The Civil War in Literature (Boggs)
  • ENGL 52.17 (J - Remote, with synchronous components) Victorian Children's Literature: Fairytale and Fantasy (Harner)
  • ENGL 53.46/JWST 21 (TBA) New York and the Metropolitan Imagination in Twentieth-Century American Jewish Literature (Caplan)
  • ENGL 54.13 (J - Remote, with synchronous components) Digital Game Studies (Evens)
  • ENGL 54.15/COLT 40.01 (F - Remote, with synchronous components) History of the Book (Halasz)
  • ENGL 64.02 (E - Remote, with synchronous components) Garden Politics: Literature, Theory, Practice - Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Zeiger)
  • ENGL 64.07 (D - Remote, with synchronous components) Theory Before "Theory" - Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Edmondson)
  • ENGL 72.06 (C - Remote, with synchronous components) Dickens in Context - Senior Seminar in Course Group II (Dever)
  • ENGL 73.05 (L - Remote, with synchronous components) Nobel Prize Writers - Senior Seminar in Course Group III (Moodie)
  • ENGL 74.06 (L - Remote, with synchronous components) Frantz Fanon: Colonial War and Mental Disorders - Senior Seminar in Course Group IV (Khan)

Winter 2021

Creative Writing Courses

  • CRWT 10 (10A) Writing and Reading Fiction (Crouch)
  • CRWT 11 (2A) Writing and Reading Creative Nonfiction (Sharlet)
  • CRWT 12 (6B) Writing and Reading Poetry (Francis)
  • CRWT 20 (2A) Intermediate Fiction (Orner) Application Required
  • CRWT 40.04 (3B) Remains, Ruin, Repair and Rapture: Trends in Urban Contemporary Poetry from Detroit to Krakow (Francis)

English Courses

  • ENGL 2 (10A) Literary History II: Literature from the Mid-Seventeenth Century through the Nineteenth Century (Chaney)
  • ENGL 23 (TBD) Romantic Literature: Aesthetics and Ideology from the French Revolution to Frankenstein (Garrison)
  • ENGL 36 (2A) Contemporary American Fiction (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 45 (11) Introduction to Literary Theory (Boggs)
  • ENGL 51.04 (2) Stories at the Edge of the World: Borderlands in the Age of Shakespeare (Beckman)
  • ENGL 52.03/AAAS 82.05/COCO 3.01 (2A) Dave the Potter: Slavery Between Pots and Poems (Chaney)
  • ENGL 52.05/WGSS 48.08 (10A) Desire and Difference in Nineteenth Century British Literature (Dever)
  • ENGL 53.32 (10A) Literature and Culture of the Americas (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 55.12 (11) Dartmouth Fictions (Dobson)
  • ENGL 55.14/NAS 34 (10) Native American Oral Traditional Literatures (Palmer)
  • ENGL 55.20/COLT 39.04 (TBD) The Case Study: Crime, Medicine, and Modern Society (Resvick)
  • ENGL 62.12 (10) Jane Austen – Junior Colloquium in Course Group II (McKee)
  • ENGL 62.22/AAAS 88.11 (TBD) Atlantic Slavery/Atlantic Freedom - Junior Colloquium in Course Group II (Garrison)
  • ENGL 63 (TBD) Self, Subject, Photography - Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Brown)
  • ENGL 63.02/AAAS 26 (10A) Toni Morrison - Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Moodie)
  • ENGL 63.09/AAAS 82.10 (12) Queer Literatures of Slavery - Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Rinehart)
  • ENGL 71.14 (11) Knights, Camelot, Action! - Senior Seminar in Course Group I (Edmondson)

Spring 2021

Creative Writing Courses

English Courses

  • ENGL 3 (2A) Literary History III: Literature in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Khan)
  • ENGL 6 (12) Narrative Journalism: Literature and Practice (Jetter)
  • ENGL 11 (11) Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales (Edmondson)
  • ENGL 17 (10) Milton (Luxon)
  • ENGL 22 (TBA) The Rise of the Novel (Garrison)
  • ENGL 32/NAS 35 (TBA) Native American Literature (Benson Taylor)
  • ENGL 34 (12) From Anna Christie to Hamilton (and Donald Trump): Modern American Drama (Pease)
  • ENGL 38 (11) American and British Poetry: 1900-1960 (Zeiger)
  • ENGL 48 (6B) Critical Issues in Postcolonial Studies (Khan)
  • ENGL 53 (TBD) African Diasporic Women Writers (Brown)
  • ENGL 53 (TBD) Poetry for the People (Bennett)
  • ENGL 53.04/WGSS 66.05 (10A) Telling Stories for Social Change (Schweitzer/Hernandez)
  • ENGL 54.03/WGSS 51.09 (3B) Young Adult Literature (Stuelke)
  • ENGL 53.20/NAS 32 (TBA) Indian Killers: Murder and Mystery in Native American Literature and Film (Benson Taylor)
  • ENGL 53.45 (10) Storytelling in Novels and Community (McKee)
  • ENGL 55.18 (TBD) Research as Picture Books (Chaney)
  • ENGL 61.03 (10) Early Modern Literature and the History of Sexuality - Junior Colloquium in Course Group I (Ritger)
  • ENGL 62.04 (10) Bound, Struck, and Captivated: Trauma and Desire in American Literature Before 1865 - Junior Colloquium in Course Group II (Godley)
  • ENGL 63.01 (2) Modern American Jewish Women Writers - Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Zeiger)
  • ENGL 63.10 (2A) Contemporary Science Fiction - Junior Colloquium in Course Group III (Clark)
  • ENGL 64.05 (11) Cultural Analytics – Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Dobson)
  • ENGL 74.04 (2A) Postcolonial Bildungsroman: Youth and Happiness in the Global Novel - Senior Seminar in Course Group IV (Tanoukhi)
  • ENGL 75.02 (TBD) Climate Fiction - Senior Seminar (Garrison)