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Fall 2019 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 377 counts toward the English major).

 

Critical Content

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

LIT 200-01

Introduction to Poetry

Graham

TF

9:30am

10:50am

 

LIT 200-02

Introduction to Poetry

Graham

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 200-03

Introduction to Poetry

Neuman

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 200-04

Introduction to Poetry

Neuman

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LIT 200-05

Introduction to Poetry

Neuman.

MR

3:30pm

4:50pm

 

LIT 201-01

Approaches to Literature

Lee

MR

9:30am

10;50am

 

LIT 201-02

Approaches to Literature

Lee

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 202-01

Cultures and Canons

Jackson

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

 

LIT 202-02

Cultures and Canons

Jackson

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

 

Pre 1660 Literary History

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

LIT 229-01/CMP 229-01

Journeys and Kingdoms: The Literary Epics of Asia

Hustis

T

5:00pm

7:50pm

GL; WD

LIT 255-01

Shakespeare and Gender

Konkle

R

5:30pm

8:20pm

GEN

LIT 357-01

Early Modern British Literature

Steele

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

BR

LIT 421-01

Shakespeare: Comedies & Histories

Carney

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

 

Literary History

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

LIT 270-01

Global Fairy Tales

Carney

MR

3:30pm

4:50pm

W

LIT 270-02

Social Justice in Young Adult Literature

Luettchau

MR

5:30pm

6:50pm

 

LIT 376-01

U.S. Literature: 1900-Present

Blake

M

5:30pm

8:20pm

AM

LIT 377-01/AAS 377-01

African-American Literature to 1920

Williams

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

RE; AM

LIT 377-02/AAS 377-02

African-American Literature to 1920

Williams

TF

9:30am

10:50am

RE; AM

 

English Secondary Education

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

EED 380-01

Teaching Writing

Featherstone

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

Rosemurgy

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

 

CWR 206-02

Creative Writing

Rosemurgy

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

CWR 206-03

Creative Writing

Harrod

R

5:30pm

8:20pm

 

CWR 301-01

Writing Communities

Row

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

CWR 306-01

Fiction Workshop

Row

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LIT 310-01

Literature for Young Readers

Meixner

MR

12:30pm

1:50pm

 

LIT 313-01/WGS 341-01

Queer Literature

Dalpe

M

5:30pm

8:20pm

GEN

LIT 316-01/WGS 376-01

Global Women Writers

Hopps

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

GEN; GL; WD

LIT 316-02/WGS 376-02

Global Women Writers

Hopps

MR

2:00pm

3:20pm

GEN; GL; WD

LIT 388-01

Contemporary Literature

Rosemurgy

T

3:30pm

6:20pm

 

LNG 201-01

Introduction to English

Steinberg, D.

MR

9:30am

10:50am

 

LNG 202-01

Structure and History of the English Language

Steele

TF

9:30am

10:50am

SCHP

 

English Capstones

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

LIT 499-02

Seminar in Research and Theory: Testimonies of the Holocaust

Friedman

W

5:00pm

7:50pm

 

LIT 499-03

Seminar in Research and Theory: Magic in Early Modern Drama

Graham

TF

2:00pm

3:20pm

 

LIT 499-04

Seminar in Research and Theory: Ecopoetry

McCauley

MR

9:30am

10:50am

 

LIT 499-05

Seminar in Research and Theory: Utopia/Dystopia

Robertson

TF

11:00am

12:20pm

 

LIT 499-06

Seminar in Research and Theory: Witches of Salem 1692

Tarter

W

8:00am

10:50am

 

LIT 499-07

Seminar in Research and Theory: Life Writing and Literary Hoaxes

Ortiz

MR

11:00am

12:20pm

 

 

English Graduate Courses- Course descriptions can be found at: https://englishgrad.tcnj.edu/courses/fall-2019/

Class

Description

Professor

Days

Start Time

End Time

Designations

ENGL 505-01

Literary Theory

Hustis

W

5:00pm

7:30pm

 

ENGL 626-01

Seminar in 18th Century British Literature

Venturo

R

5:00pm

7:30pm

 

ENGL 654-01

20th Century American Literature

Friedman

T

5:00pm

7:30pm

 

ENGL 670-01

Studies in Literature: Slavery and the Black Imagination

Jackson

M

5:00pm

7:30pm

 

 

 

 

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