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 2018

  • ENGL 48 (2A) Critical Issues in Postcolonial Studies (Khan)
  • ENGL 53.10 (12) Immigrant Women Writing in America (Zeiger)
  • ENGL 53.37/COLT 40.06 (10A) Global Comic Strip (Chaney)
  • ENGL 64.03 (3B) Deconstruction: An Introduction to the Work of Jacques Derrida - Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Khan)
  • ENGL 65.06 (2) The Poetry and Rhetoric of Love, From Petrarch to Social Media - Junior Colloquium (Zeiger)
  • Creative Writing:
  • ENGL 81 (6B) Writing and Reading Creative Nonfiction (Craig)

Fall 2018

Foreign Study Program in London

Winter 2019

  • ENGL 2 (10A) Literary History II: Literature from the Mid-17th Century through the 19th Century (Schweitzer)
  • ENGL 7 (10A) Secret History – First Year Seminar (Garrison)
  • ENGL 7.16 (10A) Investigative Memoir – First Year Seminar (Sharlet)
  • ENGL 7.46 (10A) A Literature of the Displaced: Belonging, Migration, and Exile – First Year Seminar (Chee)
  • ENGL 7.47 (10) Tales of the Avant-Garde – First Year Seminar (McCann)
  • ENGL 7.48 (2A) Law, Literature, and Justice: From John Brown to Trayvon Martin – First Year Seminar (Orner)
  • ENGL 11 (11) Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales (Otter)
  • ENGL 26 (10) Masterpieces of Nineteenth Century British Fiction (McKee)
  • ENGL 35 (10A) American Fiction: 1900-World War II (Benson Taylor)
  • ENGL 38 (10A) American and British Poetry: 1900-1960 (Moodie)
  • ENGL 45 (2A) Introduction to Literary Theory (Garrison)
  • ENGL 51.13 (2A) Gender and Power in Shakespeare (Boose)
  • ENGL 52.11/COCO 24/GOVT 60.18 (10A) Daniel Webster and the Dartmouth College Case (Pease, Muirhead, and Bonner) NEW
  • ENGL 52.21 (2) Popular Fiction and the Culture of Empire (Harner)
  • ENGL 53.33/WGSS 36.06 (2) Gender and Sexuality in Asian American Literature (Raymundo)
  • ENGL 53.36 (12) Game of Thrones: Re-Imagining Medieval History as an Allegory of the Present (Dobson)
  • ENGL 54.13 (10A) Digital Game Studies (Evens)
  • ENGL 55.14/NAS 34 (10) Native American Oral Traditional Literatures (Palmer)
  • ENGL 55.16 (11) Prehistoric Worlds: Geological Time in Science Fiction (Woods) NEW
  • ENGL 61.11 (2A) Reel Imaginary: Early American Literature in Film - Junior Colloquium in Course Group I (Schweitzer) NEW
  • ENGL 71.03 (11) The Faerie Queene - Senior Seminar in Course Group I (Halasz)
  • ENGL 73.19 (12) Faulkner - Senior Seminar in Course Group III (McKee) NEW
  • Creative Writing Courses:
  • CRWT 10 (formerly ENGL 80) (3A) Writing and Reading Fiction (Orner)
  • CRWT 11 (formerly ENGL 81) (2A) Writing and Reading Creative Nonfiction (Sharlet)
  • CRWT 12 (formerly ENGL 82) (3A) Writing and Reading Poetry (Olzmann)
  • CRWT 20 (formerly ENGL 83) (3A) Intermediate Workshop in Fiction (Chee) Application Required
  • CRWT 40.05 (formerly ENGL 87.10) (3A) Engaging Hybridity: Race, Gender, Genre (Francis)
  • CRWT 40.07/MES 15.01 (2A) The Craft of Fiction: A Masterclass with Alaa Al Aswany
  • CRWT 41.01 (formerly ENGL 87.06) (2A) Writing for Television (Carabatsos)

Spring 2019

  • ENGL 3 (2A) Literary History III: Literature in the 20th & 21st Centuries (Tanoukhi)
  • ENGL 6 (12) Narrative Journalism: Literature and Practice (Jetter)
  • ENGL 7 (2A) Shakespeare: Community, Law, and Governance – First-Year Seminar (Edmondson)
  • ENGL 7 (11) Writing Into the Silence – First-Year Seminar (Huntington)
  • ENGL 7 (2A) First-Year Seminar (Khan)
  • ENGL 7 (10A) First-Year Seminar (McKee)
  • ENGL 7 (12) First-Year Seminar (Zeiger)
  • ENGL 17 (10) Milton (Luxon)
  • ENGL 22 (10A) The Rise of the Novel (Garrison)
  • ENGL 27 (11) Tell it Slant: Female, Black, Queer Readings of Early American Poetry (Schweitzer)
  • ENGL 32/NAS 35 (2A) Native American Literature (Benson Taylor)
  • ENGL 34 (12) From Anna Christie to Hamilton (and Donald Trump): Modern American Drama (Pease)
  • ENGL 37 (10) Contemporary American Poetry (Lenhart)
  • ENGL 45 (10A) Introduction to Literary Theory (Haines)
  • ENGL 52.18 (2) Netflix & the Victorian Serial Novel (Harner)
  • ENGL 53.08 (2A) Weird Fiction and the Limits of the Human (Haines) NEW
  • ENGL 53.20/NAS 32 (10A) Indian Killers: Murder and Mystery in Native American Literature and Film (Benson Taylor)
  • ENGL 53.29 (10) Introduction to African American Environmental Thought: The Black Outdoors (Bennett) NEW
  • ENGL 54.04 (10A) Beautiful, Ugly, Cute, Dumpy: An Introduction to Aesthetics (Tanoukhi) NEW
  • ENGL 55.12 (11) Dartmouth Fictions (Dobson)
  • ENGL 55.15/JWST 70/REL 74.12 (2A) The Merchant of Venice: The Jew in the Protestant Imagination (Heschel/McKee)
  • ENGL 55.17 (10) Disability and Literature (M. Chaney/S. Chaney) NEW
  • ENGL 55.18 (12) Research As Picture Books (in conjunction with the Book Arts program) (Chaney) NEW
  • ENGL 64.02 (2) Garden Politics: Literature, Theory, Practice - Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Zeiger)
  • ENGL 64.04 (3B) Jacques Lacan and Psychoanalytic Thought - Junior Colloquium in Course Group IV (Khan) NEW
  • ENGL 73.02 (10A) Toni Morrison - Senior Seminar in Course Group III (Moodie) NEW
  • ENGL 75.02 (2A) Climate Fiction - Senior Seminar (Garrison) NEW
  • Creative Writing Courses:
  • CRWT 10 (formerly ENGL 80) (10A) Writing and Reading Fiction (O'Malley)
  • CRWT 20 (formerly ENGL 83) (2A) Intermediate Workshop in Fiction (O'Malley) Application Required
  • CRWT 21 (formerly ENGL 84) (10A) Intermediate Workshop in Creative Nonfiction (Sharlet) Application Required
  • CRWT 22 (formerly ENGL 85) (3A) Intermediate Workshop in Poetry (Olzmann) Application Required
  • CRWT 40.08/MES 15.08 (2A) The Art of the Novel: A Masterclass with Hoda Barakat
  • CRWT 61 (formerly ENGL 86.03) (2A) Senior Workshop in Creative Nonfiction (Sharlet) Application Required