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Spring 2020 Course Offerings

Liberal Learning Key- 

GEN=Gender; GL=Global; RE=Race and Ethnicity.  SCHP= Social Change in Historical Perspective
All LIT courses count toward Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts. 

VPA-E=Visual and Performing Arts for Education Majors

SECONDARY ED DISTRIBUTION KEY: AM=American; BR=British; WD=World

NOTE: For cross-listed courses, you may register using either prefix (for instance, AAS 378 counts toward the English major).

Critical Content

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

LIT 200-01

Introduction to Poetry

Venturo

TF

3:30pm

4:50pm

 

LIT 201-01

Approaches to Literature

Blake

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LIT 201-02

Approaches to Literature

Blake

MR

3:30pm

4:50pm

 

LIT 201-03

Approaches to Literature

Jackson

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 201-04

Approaches to Literature

Jackson

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

 

LIT 201-05

Approaches to Literature

Staff

TF

9:30am

10:50am

 

LIT 201-06

Approaches to Literature

Robertson

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 202-01

Cultures and Canons

Hustis

M

5:00pm

7:50pm

 

LIT 202-02

Cultures and Canons

Hustis

T

5:00pm

7:50pm

 

LIT 202-03

Cultures and Canons

Polidori

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 202-04

Cultures and Canons

Sekanics

MR

9:30am

10:50am

 

 

 

Pre 1660 Literary History

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

LIT 251-01

British Literature to 1700

Steele

TF

9:30am

10:50am

BR

LIT 340-01

Bible as Literature

Steinberg, G.

MR

3:30pm

4:50pm

WD

LIT 358-01

British Literature and Religion 1550-1700

Graham

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

BR

LIT 422-01

Shakespeare: Tragedies and Romances

Venturo

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

 

 

Literary History

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

LIT 233-01

World Drama

Konkle

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

GL, WD, VPA-E

LIT 233-02

World Drama

Konkle

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

GL, WD, VPA-E

LIT 361-01

British Romanticism

Steinberg, D.

MR

9:30am

10:50am

BR

LIT 375-01

U.S. Literature 1800-1900

Robertson

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

AM

LIT 378-01

African American Literature 1920-Present

Williams

MR

9:30am

10:50am

RE, AM

LIT 378-02

African American Literature 1920-Present

Williams

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

RE, AM

LIT 380-01

Representations of the Holocaust

Friedman

T

3:30pm

6:20pm

 

 

 

English Secondary Education

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

EED 380-01

Teaching Writing

Meixner

M

5:30pm

8:20pm

 

EED 390-01

Methods of Teaching Secondary Education English

Meixner

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

EED 490

Student Teaching in English

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English Electives

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

CWR 206-01

Creative Writing

Neuman

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

 

CWR 206-02

Creative Writing

Neuman

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

CWR 206-03

Creative Writing

 

W

5:30pm

8:20pm

 

CWR 304-01

Poetry Workshop

Rosemurgy

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

CWR 370-01

Special Topics in Creative Writing:The Generative Workshop: Writing to Your Edge

Rosemurgy

T

5:00pm

7:50pm

 

LIT 310-01

Literature for Young Readers

Luettachu

W

5:30pm

8:20pm

 

LIT 311-01

Women’s Autobiographies, Diaries, and Letters

Tarter

TF

9:30am

10:50am

GEN

LIT 315-01

Men and Masculinities: Literary Perspectives

Dalpe

R

5:30pm

8:20pm

GEN

LIT 317-01

The Witch in Literature

Tarter

W

8:00am

10:50am

GEN

LIT 334-01

Literature by Latinas and Latin American Women

Ortiz

Online

 

 

GEN, RE

LIT 470-01

Goodwives and Witches: Women in Colonial America

Tarter

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

AM; LH & GEN by waiver

LNG 201-01

Introduction to English

Steele

MR

9:30am

10:50am

 

LNG 202-01

Structure and History of the English Language

Graham

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

SCHP

LNG 372-01

American English

Steele

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

RE

 

 

English Capstones

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

LIT 499-01

Seminar in Research and Theory: Shakespeare: Adaptations, Appropriations, and Afterlives

Carney

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LIT 499-02

Seminar in Research and Theory: Postmemory and the Holocaust

Friedman

W

5:00pm

7:50pm

 

LIT 499-03

Seminar in Research and Theory: Women Playwrights

Konkle

R

5:30pm

8:20pm

 

LIT 499-04

Seminar in Research and Theory: Ecocriticism Now!

McCauley

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

 

LIT 499-05

Seminar in Research and Theory: The Beatles and Their World

Venturo

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 499-06

Seminar in Research and Theory: Dante

Steinberg, G.

TF

3:30pm

4:50pm

 

LIT 499-07

Seminar in Research and Theory: Diaspora and Transmigrant Identity in Asian American Literature

Mi

TF

9:30am

10:50am

 

 

LIT 497/ENGL 505: Undergraduate English majors may take LIT 497 OR Honors Thesis in place of a LIT 499. Students who have interest in the English MA Program should
talk to Dr. Jo Carney before registering for LIT 497. 

Graduate Courses-Course descriptions can be found at:  https://englishgrad.tcnj.edu/courses/spring-2020/

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

ENGL 505-01

Contemporary Literature Theory and Methods

Hustis

W

5:00pm

7:30pm

 

ENGL 550-01

Seminar in Poetry

Neuman

R

5:00pm

7:30pm

 

ENGL 622-01

Shakespeare: Texts and Contexts

Steinberg, G.

M

5:00pm

7:30pm

 

ENGL 670-01

Studies in Literature: Contemporary Dystopia and Utopia

Graham

T

5:00pm

7:30pm

 

 

Disclaimer: This list was accurate at the time of publication. However, be aware that changes are usually necessary as the registration process proceeds. If changes
occur, they will appear in PAWS as well as here on the department website. 

Updated 10/2/19

 

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