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Spring 2023 Course Offerings

*Please note courses are subject to change and the most up to date options for courses will be found in PAWS.

By course number:

Class

Faculty

Time Slot

Attributes

Creative Writing

CWR 206-01 Creative Writing

Neuman

Monday
5:30-8:20pm

LVPA

CWR 206-02 Creative Writing

Erkkila

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

LVPA

CWR 206-03 Creative Writing

Erkkila

Tuesday/Friday 11:00am-12:20pm

LVPA

CWR 304-01 Poetry Workshop

Rosemurgy

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

 

CWR 370-01 Special Topics in Creative Writing

Monster

Monday
5:30-8:20pm

 

CWR 406-01 Writers Workshop

Rosemurgy

Thursday
5:30-8:20pm

 

 

 

 

 

English Secondary Education

EED 380-01 Teaching Writing

Meixner

Monday
5:30-8:20pm

 

EED 390-01 Methods of Teaching Secondary English

Meixner

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

 

 

 

 

 

Literature

LIT 101-01 Cultures and Canons

Lukomiski

Tuesday/Friday 11:00am-12:20pm

 

LIT 101-02 Cultures and Canons

Lukomiski

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

 

LIT 102-01 Approaches to Literature

Abdur-Rahman

Monday/Thursday 11:00am-12:20pm

 

LIT 102-02 Approaches to Literature

Blake

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

 

LIT 102-03 Approaches to Literature

Graham

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

 

LIT 102-04 Approaches to Literature

Graham

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

 

LIT 102-05 Approaches to Literature

Staff

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

 

LIT 102-06 Approaches to Literature

Staff

Monday/Thursday
12:30-1:50pm

 

LIT 170-01 Topics in English: Presenting at the Denver Convention

Steinberg, D.

Tuesday 3:30-4:50pm First half of the semester

Please note that this is a partial unit course

LIT 170-02 Topics in English: Two First Novels

Steinberg, D.

Tuesday 3:30-4:50pm Second half of the semester

Please note that this is a partial unit course

LIT 280-01 Lit, Film, and Art of American Politics

Staff

Wednesday
5:30-8:20pm

LH, VPA-Ed, AM

LIT 310-01 Literature for Young Readers

Luettchau

Wednesday
5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 315-01/WGS 320-01 Men and Masculinities: Literary Perspectives

Dalpe

Thursday
5:30-8:20pm

GEN

LIT 316-01/WGS 376-01 Global Women Writers

Neuman

Tuesday
5:30-8:20pm

GEN, GL, WD

LIT 334-01/WGS 360-01 Lit by Latinas & Latin American Women

Ortiz

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

GEN, RE

LIT 340-01 Bible as Literature

Steinberg, G.

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

LHR, WD

LIT 342-01 Mythology

Steele

Monday/Thursday 11:00am-12:20pm

LH, GL, WD

LIT 358-01 British Literature and Religion 1550-1700

Graham

Tuesday/Friday 11:00am-12:20pm

LHR, BR

LIT 361-01 British Romanticism

Steinberg, D.

Monday/Thursday
12:30-1:50pm

LH, BR

LIT 370-01/WLC 371-01 Topics in Literature: Global Chinese Kungfu Cinema

Mi

Tuesday
5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 371-01 Topics in African American Literature: African American Autobiographies

Abdur-Rahman

Monday/Thursday
12:30-1:50pm

LH, AM

LIT 378-01 African American Literature 1920-Present

Staff

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

LH, RE, AM

LIT 378-02 African American Literature 1920-Present

Staff

Tuesday/Friday 11:00am-12:20pm

LH, RE, AM

LIT 379-01/WGS 379-01 Asian American Literature

Mi

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

LH, GEN, RE, AM

LIT 393 Independent Research- Special Topic Academic Publishing

Ortiz

This is an Independent Research Course by department permission only.

 

To learn how to participate please contact Dr. Ortiz at ortiz@tcnj.edu

Seats are limited & there is an application process so inquire early.

LIT 422-01 Shakespeare Tragedies and Romances

Konkle

Thursday
5:30-8:20pm

LHR

LIT 499-01 Seminar in Research and Theory: Melville and Disability

Blake

Monday/Thursday 11:00am-12:20pm

 

LIT 499-02 Seminar in Research and Theory: Prizing the Postcolonial Novel

McMann

Monday
5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 499-03 Seminar in Research and Theory: Ecocriticism, Unnatural Nature

Steinberg, G.

Tuesday/Friday
3:30-4:50pm

 

LIT 499-04 Seminar in Research and Theory: From Swift to Johnson

Venturo

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

 

LIT 499-05 Seminar in Research and Theory Victorian Gothic: Nature and the Monstrous Woman

Dittmer

Thursday 
5:30-8:20pm

 

Linguistics

LNG 201-01/WLC 215-01 Introduction to English

O’Neil

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

WLC 215: GL, WVWK

LNG 202-01 Structure and History of the English Language

Steinberg, D.

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

SCHP

LNG 372-01/HON 270-02 American English

Steele

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

 

 

 

 

 

English Graduate Courses

ENGL 505-01 Contemporary Literary Theory and Methods

Steinberg, G.

Thursday
5:00-7:30pm

 

ENGL 521-01 Women in Literature

Williams

Monday
5:00-7:30pm

 

ENGL 550-01 Seminar in Poetry: British Romantics

Venturo

Tuesday
5:00-7:30pm

 

ENGL 670-01 Seminar in LIT: On-Line Lives: Autobiography & Digital Media

Ortiz

Wednesday
5:00-7:30pm

 

ENGL 670-02 Seminar in LIT: Native American Literature & the Environment

Mize

Thursday
5:00-7:30pm

 

 

By day of the week: 

Time Slot

Class

Faculty

Attributes

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

 

LIT 102-05 Approaches to Literature

Staff

 

LIT 334-01/WGS 360-01 Lit by Latinas & Latin American Women

Ortiz

GEN, RE

LNG 201-01/WLC 215-01 Introduction to English

O’Neil

WLC 215: GL, WVWK

LNG 202-01 Structure and History of the English Language

Steinberg, D.

SCHP

Monday/Thursday
11:00am-12:20pm

LIT 102-01 Approaches to Literature

Abdur-Rahman

 

LIT 342-01 Mythology

Steele

LH, GL, WD

LIT 499-01 Seminar in Research and Theory: Melville and Disability

Blake

 

Monday/Thursday
12:30-1:50pm

LIT 102-06 Approaches to Literature

Staff

 

LIT 361-01 British Romanticism

Steinberg, D.

 

LIT 371-01 Topics in African American Literature: African American Autobiographies 

Abdur-Rahman

 

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

CWR 304-01 Poetry Workshop

Rosemurgy

 

EED 390-01 Methods of Teaching Secondary English

Meixner

 

LIT 102-02 Approaches to Literature

Blake

 

LNG 372-01/HON 270-02 American English

Steele

 

Monday
5:30-8:20pm

CWR 206-01 Creative Writing

Neuman

LVPA

CWR 370-01 Special Topics in Creative Writing

Monster

 

EED 380-01 Teaching Writing

Meixner

 

LIT 499-02 Seminar in Research and Theory: Prizing the Postcolonial Novel

McMann

 

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

CWR 206-02 Creative Writing

Erkkila

LVPA

LIT 101-02 Cultures and Canons

Staff

 

LIT 102-04 Approaches to Literature

Graham

 

LIT 378-01 African American Literature 1920-Present

Staff

LH, RE, AM

Tuesday/Friday

11:00am-12:20pm

LIT 101-01 Cultures and Cannons

Lukomiski

 

CWR 206-03 Creative Writing

Erkkila

LVPA

LIT 358-01 British Literature and Religion 1550-1700

Graham

LHR, BR

LIT 378-02 African American Literature 1920-Present

Staff

LH, RE, AM

Tuesday/Friday

2:00-3:20pm

LIT 102-03 Approaches to Literature

Graham

 

LIT 340-01 Bible as Literature

Steinberg, G.

LHR, WD

LIT 379-01/WGS 379-01 Asian American Literature

Mi

LH, GEN, RE, AM

LIT 499-04 Seminar in Research and Theory: From Swift to Johnson

Venturo

 

Tuesday/Friday

3:30-4:50pm

LIT 170-01 Topics in English: Presenting at the Denver Convention

Steinberg, D.

Please note that this is a partial unit course that meets only the first half of the semester

LIT 170-02 Topics in English: Two First Novels

Steinberg, D.

Please note that this is a partial unit course that meets only the second half of the semester

LIT 499-03 Seminar in Research and Theory: Ecocriticism, Unnatural Nature

Steinberg, G.

 

Tuesday
5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 316-01/WGS 376-01 Global Women Writers

Neuman

GEN, GL, WD

LIT 370-01/WLC 371-01 Topics in Literature: Global Chinese Kungfu Cinema

Mi

 

LIT 499-05 Seminar in Research and Theory Victorian Gothic: Nature and the Monstrous Woman

Dittmer

 

Wednesday
5:30-8:20pm

LIT 280-01 Lit, Film, and Art of American Politics

Staff

LH, VPA-E, AM

LIT 310-01 Literature for Young Readers

Luettchau

 

Thursday
5:30-8:20pm

CWR 406-01 Writers Workshop

Rosemurgy

 

LIT 315-01/WGS 320-01 Men and Masculinities: Literary Perspectives

Dalpe

GEN

LIT 422-01 Shakespeare Tragedies and Romances

Konkle

LHR

 

Graduate Level Courses: 

ENGL 521-01 Women in Literature

Williams

Monday
5:00-7:30pm

ENGL 550-01 Seminar in Poetry: British Romantics

Venturo

Tuesday
5:00-7:30pm

ENGL 670-01 Seminar in LIT: On-Line Lives: Autobiography & Digital Media

Ortiz

Wednesday
5:00-7:30pm

ENGL 505-01 Contemporary Literary Theory and Methods

Steinberg, G.

Thursday
5:00-7:30pm

ENGL 670-02 Seminar in LIT: Native American Literature & the Environment

Mize

Thursday
5:00-7:30pm

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