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Fall 2021 Course Offerings

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

** Please note LIT 101-01 & LIT 101-02 are reserved for incoming freshman only and not available to current students.

Summer 2021 course descriptions can be found here

In numerical order: 

Course #

Course Description

Professor

Day(s)

Start Time

End Time

Attributes

LIT 099-01

English Department Orientation Session: Dual Education Majors

Bennett

W

8:00am

8:50am

 

LIT 099-02

English Department Orientation Session: English Secondary Education Majors

Bennett

W

9:00am

9:50am

 

LIT 099-03

English Department Orientation Session: Dual Education Majors

Bennett

W

10:00am

10:50am

 

LIT 099-04

English Department Orientation Session: English Liberal Arts Majors

Bennett

W

11:00am

11:50am

 

LIT 101-01

Cultures and Canons

Knittle

MR

9:30am

10:50am

 

LIT 101-02

Cultures and Canons

Staff

TF

3:30pm

4:50pm

 

LIT 101-03

Cultures and Canons

McMann

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 101-04

Cultures and Canons

McMann

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LIT 101-05

Cultures and Canons

Polidori

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

 

LIT 101-06

Cultures and Canons

Knittle

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 101-07

Cultures and Canons

Knittle

MR

3:30pm

4:50pm

 

LIT 102-01

Approaches to Literature

Abdur-Rahman

TF

3:30pm

4:50pm

 

LIT 102-02

Approaches to Literature

Abdur-Rahman

TF

9:30am

10:50am

 

LIT 170-01

Topics in English: Gender & the Short Story

Neuman

M

5:30pm

8:20pm

GEN (upon request)

LIT 212-01

Cultural Reorientations of Gender

Neuman

W

5:30pm

8:20pm

GEN, GL, W

LIT 270-01

Topics in Literature: Gender, Race, and the City

Knittle

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

GEN (upon request)

LIT 270-02

Topics in Literature: The Art of the Podcast

Davis

T

4:30pm

7:20pm

 

LIT 310-01

Literature for Young Readers

Luettchau

W

5:30pm

8:20pm

 

LIT 313-01

Queer Literature

Dalpe

M

5:30pm

8:20pm

GEN

LIT 316-01

Global Women Writers

Hopps

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

GEN, GL, WD

LIT 316-02

Global Women Writers

Hopps

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

GEN, GL, WD

LIT 321-01

Shakespeare: Sources & Contexts

Steinberg

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

LHR, BR

LIT 340-01

Bible as Literature

Graham

TF

9:30am

10:50am

LHR, WD

LIT 357-01

Early Modern British Literature

Steele

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

LHR, BR

LIT 360-01

British Augustans & Their Rivals 1700-1820

Venturo

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

LH, BR

LIT 370-01

Studies in Literature: Northern Ireland and Brexit: Literature, Film, and Politics

McMann

TF

9:30am

10:50am

BR (upon request)

LIT 373-01

American Drama

Konkle

R

5:30pm

8:20pm

LH, AM, VPA

LIT 376-01

U.S. Literature 1900-Present

Blake

M

5:30pm

8:20pm

LH, AM

LIT 377/AAS 377-01

African-American Literature to 1920

Jackson

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

LH, AM, RE

LIT 377/AAS 37-02

African-American Literature to 1920

Jackson

MR

9:30am

10:50am

LH, AM, RE

LIT 421-01

Shakespeare: Comedies & Histories

Venturo

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

LHR

LIT 499-01

Seminar in Research and Theory: Talking Back to the Canon: Contemporary Adaptations and Appropriations

Carney

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 499-02

Seminar in Research and Theory: Afrofuturism in the 21st Century

Williams

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 499-03

Seminar in Research and Theory: The New Black Renaissance

Jackson

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

 

LIT 499-04

Seminar in Research and Theory: Diaspora and Transmigration in Asian American Literature

Mi

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LIT 499-05

Seminar in Research and Theory: Once Upon a Narrative Tradition: Renaissance to Postmodern Fairy Tales

Carney

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LIT 499-06

Seminar in Research and Theory: Romantic Love in Contemporary Literature

Bennett

TF

8:00am

9:20am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CWR 206-01

Creative Writing

Davis

W

4:30pm

7:20pm

 

CWR 206-02

Creative Writing

Davis

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

CWR 206-03/HON 270-04

Creative Writing

Rosemurgy

MR

3:30pm

4:50pm

 

CWR 301-01

Writing Communities

Rosemurgy

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

CWR 306-01

Fiction Workshop

Davis

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

EED 380-01

Teaching Writing

Meixner

M

5:30pm

8:20pm

 

EED 390-01

Methods of Teaching Secondary English

Meixner

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LNG 201-01

Intro to English

Steinberg, D.

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

 

LNG 202-01

Structure & History of the English Language

Steele

MR

9:30am

10:50am

SCHP

 

By days of the week: 

Time Slot

Class

Faculty

Attributes

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50

LIT/AAS 377-02 African-American Literature: 1900-Present

Jackson

LH, AM, RE

LNG 202-01 Structure and History of the English Language

Steele

SCHP

LIT 101-01 Cultures and Canons

Knittle

 

Monday/Thursday
11:00-12:20

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

Hopps

GNE, GL WD

LIT/AAS 377-01 African-American Literature: 1900-Present

Jackson

LH, AM, RE

LIT 499-01 Seminar in Research and Theory: Talking Back to the Canon: Contemporary Adaptations and Appropriations

Carney

 

LIT 499-02 Seminar in Research and Theory: Afrofuturism in the 21st Century: Interdisciplinary Approaches and Possibilities

Williams

 

LIT 101-06 Cultures and Canons

Knittle

 

CWR 306-01 Fiction Workshop

Davis

 

LIT 101-05 Cultures and Canons

Polidori

 

Monday/Thursday

12:30-1:50

LIT 357-01 Early Modern British Literature

Steele

LHR, BR

LIT 499-03 Seminar in Research and Theory: The New Black Renaissance

Jackson

 

LNG 201-01 Introduction to English

Steinberg, D.

 

LIT 316-02/WGS 376-02 Global Women Writers

Hopps

GEN, GL WD

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20

LIT 499-05 Seminar in Research and Theory: Once Upon a Narrative Tradition: Renaissance to Postmodern Fairy Tales

Carney

 

EED 390-01 Methods of Teaching Secondary English

Meixner

 

LIT 270-01 Topics in Literature: Gender, Race and the City

Knittle

GEN (upon request)

CWR 206-02 Creative Writing

Davis

 

CWR 301-01 Writing Communities

Rosemurgy

 

LIT 102-01 Approaches to Literature

Abdur-Rahman

 

Monday/Thursday
3:30-4:50

CWR 206-03/HON 270-04 Creative Writing

Rosemurgy

 

LIT 170-01 Topics in English: Gender and the Short Story

Neuman

GEN (upon request)

Monday
5:30-8:20

 

 

LIT 313-01/WGS 341-01 Queer Literature

Dalpe

GEN

LIT 376-01 U.S. Literature: 1900 to Present

Blake

LH, AM

EED 380-01 Teaching Writing

Meixner

 

Tuesday/Friday
8:00-9:20

LIT 499-06 Seminar in Research and Theory: Romantic Love in Contemporary Literature

Bennett

 

 

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50

 

LIT 370-01 Studies in Literature: Northern Ireland and Brexit: Literature, Film, and Politics 

McMann

BR (upon request)

LIT 102-02 Approaches to Literature

Abdur-Rahman

 

LIT 340-01 Bible as Literature

Graham

LHR, WD

 

Tuesday/Friday
11:00-12:20

LIT 360-01 British Augustans and their Rivals 1700-1820

Venturo

LH, BR

LIT 101-03 Cultures and Canons

McMann

 

LIT 101-04 Cultures and Canons

McMann

 

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

LIT 321-01 Shakespeare: Sources and Context

Steinberg, G.

LHR, BR

LIT 499-04 Seminar in Research and Theory: Diaspora and Transmigration in Asian American Literature

Mi

 

LIT 421-01 Shakespeare: Comedies and Histories

Venturo

LHR

Tuesday/Friday
3:30-4:50

LIT 101-02 Cultures and Canons

Knittle

 

LIT 102-01 Approaches to Literature

Abdur-Rahman

 

Tuesday
4:30-7:20

LIT 270-02 Topics in Literature: The Art of the Podcast

Davis

 

Wednesday
Mornings

English Department Orientation Sessions:
LIT 099-01: for Dual Education Majors- Course Meetings 8-8:50am
LIT 099-02: for English Secondary Education Majors- Course Meetings 9-9:50am
LIT 099-03: for Dual Education Majors- Course Meetings 10-10:50am
LIT 099-04: for English Liberal Arts Majors- Course Meetings 11-11:50am

Bennett

 

Wednesday
4:30-7:20

CWR 206-01 Creative Writing

Davis

 

Wednesday
5:30-8:20

LIT 212-01/WGS 270-01 Cultural Representations of Gender

Neuman

GEN, GL, W

LIT 310-01 Literature for Younger Readers

Luettchau

 

Thursday
5:30-8:20

LIT 373-01 American Drama

Konkle

LH, A, VPA

 

Graduate Level Courses

For course descriptions visit the English Graduate website at: https://englishgrad.tcnj.edu/fall-2021/

 

 

Monday 5:00-7:30

ENGL 597-01 Topics in English: Persistence and Survival in Science Fiction

Graham

 

Tuesday 5:00-7:30

ENGL 510-01 The Structure of English: The Politics of Standard English

Steele

 

Wednesday
9:30am-Noon

ENGL 670-01 Studies in Literature: The Witches of Salem 1692
Please note this is a blended learning course. In person meetings: 9/1, 9/8, 10/13, 11/10, 12/8

Tarter

 

Thursday

ENGL 670-02 Studies in Literature: Literature of Crisis and Catastrophe

Abdur-Rahman

 

 

Updated 7/2021

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