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Course Requirements Lists Fall 2020

Pre-1642

308.001: History of the English Language
Instructor: Toon, Tom

317.006: Literature and Culture
Beyond England: Travelers, Missionaries, and Immigrants in Early Medieval Literature
Instructor: Clark, Amy
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

340.001: Studies in Poetry
Poetry Before Print: Medieval Poetry and Manuscript Culture
Instructor: Sanok, Catherine
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

350.001: Literature to 1660
The Human and the Inhuman in the Natural World
Instructor: Cohen, Walter

367.001: Shakespeare's Principal Plays
Instructor: Trevor, Doug

403.001: Topics in Language and Rhetorical Studies
The Life of the Mind: Classical Rhetoric and Education
Instructor: Nichols, Dana

409.001: Old English
Instructor: Toon, Tom

450.001: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature
Self and Society in Earlier English Literature
Instructor: Taylor, Karla
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

465.001: Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
Instructor: Sanok, Catherine
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

Pre-1830

313.004: Topics in Literary Studies
Race, Gender and Sexuality in Transatlantic Literature to 1830
Instructor: Orr, Ittai
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

360.001: The Rise of the Novel
The Rise of the Novel: An Environmental Approach
Instructor: Crane, Gregg
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

370.001: Jane Austen
The Rise of the Novel: An Environmental Approach
Instructor: Schey, Taylor

398.003: Junior Seminar in English Studies
Women Writers of the Englightenment
Instructor: Hawes, Clement
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

451.001: Studies in Literature, 1600-1830
British Romantic Poetry
Instructor: Levinson, Marjorie
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

470.001: Colonial and Revolutionary American Literature
Literature in the Revolutionary Era
Instructor: Crane, Gregg
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

490.001: History of Literary Criticism and Theory
In Defense of the Literary: Three Exemplary Positions
Instructor: Larson, Kerry

Pre-1900

315.001: Women and Literature
Angels in the House and on the Page: Women's Abolition and Temperance in the 19th Century
Instructor: Nichols, Dana
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

361.001: The Victorian Novel
Fiction and the Meaning of Life
Instructor: Hack, Daniel

460.001: Studies in the Novel
Fiction and Reality
Instructor: Hack, Daniel

American Literature

315.001: Women and Literature
Angels in the House and on the Page: Women's Abolition and Temperance in the 19th Century
Instructor: Nichols, Dana
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

317.002: Literature and Culture
The Literature of Medicine
Instructor: Schoenfeldt, Michael

317.004: Literature and Culture
The Theatre of US Women's Liberation
Instructor: Fitzgerald, Jason
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

319.001: Literature and Social Change
What Difference Can a Story Make?
Instructor: Portnoy, Alisse
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

328.001: Writing and the Environment
Environmental Writing
Instructor: Coyle, Stacy

344.001: Writing for Publication/Public Writing
Great Lakes Writers Corps
Instructor: Beer, Molly

360.001: The Rise of the Novel
The Rise of the Novel: An Environmental Approach
Instructor: Crane, Gregg
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

362.001: The American Novel
The American Novel, Then and Now
Instructor: Blair, Sara

364.001: The Contemporary Novel
Reading as a Writer: The (Very) Contemporary Novel
Instructor: Davies, Peter Ho

372.001: Toni Morrison
Instructor: Awkward, Michael
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

374.001: African American Literature
Black Foremothers
Instructor: Murphy, Dana
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

407.003: Topics in English Language and Literature
Queer Poetics
Instructor: Knuth, Aric
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

440.001: Modern Poetry
Modernist Poetries in the U.S.
Instructor: White, Gillian
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

447.001: Modern Drama
Eco-Theatre: Staging Climate Crisis
Instructor: Fitzgerald, Jason

470.001: Colonial and Revolutionary American Literature
Literature in the Revolutionary Era
Instructor: Crane, Gregg
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

Identity/Difference

313.004: Topics in Literary Studies
Race, Gender and Sexuality in Transatlantic Literature to 1830
Instructor: Orr, Ittai
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

315.001: Women and Literature
Angels in the House and on the Page: Women's Abolition and Temperance in the 19th Century
Instructor: Nichols, Dana
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

317.001: Literature and Culture
The Literature of the Refugee
Instructor: Bakara, Hadji

317.004: Literature and Culture
The Theatre of US Women's Liberation
Instructor: Fitzgerald, Jason
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

317.005: Literature and Culture
Inside-Out Prison Exchange Course: "Philosophy as a Way of Life"
Instructor: Traisnel, Antoine

317.006: Literature and Culture
Beyond England: Travelers, Missionaries, and Immigrants in Early Medieval Literature
Instructor: Clark, Amy
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

319.001: Literature and Social Change
What Difference Can a Story Make?
Instructor: Portnoy, Alisse
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

340.003: Studies in Poetry
Writing in Diverse Poetic Traditions
Instructor: Mattawa, Khaled
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

372.001: Toni Morrison
Instructor: Awkward, Michael
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

374.001: African American Literature
Black Foremothers
Instructor: Murphy, Dana
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

378.001: Muslim and Arab Literatures
Contemporary Muslim Literature
Instructor: Khan, Aliyah

385.001: African Literature
Contemporary African Literature
Instructor: Desai, Gaurav

390.001: Topics in Literary Criticism and Theory
Introduction to Literary Theory: Reading Versus Racism
Instructor: Lahiri, Madhumita

398.003: Junior Seminar in English Studies
Women Writers of the Englightenment
Instructor: Hawes, Clement
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

407.001: Topics in English Language and Literature
Collaboration, Creativity, Poetry
Instructor: Kuppers, Petra
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

407.002: Topics in English Language and Literature
Food and Culture
Instructor: Nair, Supriya

407.003: Topics in English Language and Literature
Queer Poetics
Instructor: Knuth, Aric
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

411.001: Art of the Film
Female Filmmakers
Instructor: Kumarasamy, Akil

418.001: The Graphic Narrative
World War II in Comics
Instructor: Brandolino, Gina

463.001: Modern Anglophone Literature
The Idea of India
Instructor: Lahiri, Madhumita

Poetry

340.001: Studies in Poetry
Poetry Before Print: Medieval Poetry and Manuscript Culture
Instructor: Sanok, Catherine
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

340.002: Studies in Poetry
Three Romantic Poets: Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats
Instructor: Larson, Kerry

340.003: Studies in Poetry
Writing in Diverse Poetic Traditions
Instructor: Mattawa, Khaled
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

407.001: Topics in English Language and Literature
Collaboration, Creativity, Poetry
Instructor: Kuppers, Petra
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

407.003: Topics in English Language and Literature
Queer Poetics
Instructor: Knuth, Aric
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

440.001: Modern Poetry
Modernist Poetries in the U.S.
Instructor: White, Gillian
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

450.001: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature
Self and Society in Earlier English Literature
Instructor: Taylor, Karla
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

451.001: Studies in Literature, 1600-1830
British Romantic Poetry
Instructor: Levinson, Marjorie
This course satisfies multiple requirements.

465.001: Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
Instructor: Sanok, Catherine
This course satisfies multiple requirements.