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Spring 2022 Course Offerings

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

Class

Faculty

Time Slot

Attributes

LIT 101-01 Cultures and Canons

Mize

Monday/Thursday
12:30-1:50pm

 

LIT 101-02 Cultures and Canons

Mize

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

 

LIT 102-01 Approaches to Literature

Sekanics

Monday/Thursday

8:00-9:20am

 

LIT 102-02 Approaches to Literature

Graham

Tuesday/Friday

2:00-3:20pm

 

LIT 102-03 Approaches to Literature

Graham

Tuesday/Friday

11:00am-12:20pm

 

LIT 102-04 Approaches to Literature

Jackson

Monday/Thursday

11:00am-12:20pm

 

LIT 102-05 Approaches to Literature

Jackson

Monday/Thursday

12:30-1:50pm

 

LIT 102-06 Approaches to Literature

Seckanics

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

 

LIT 170-01 Topics in English: Hippie Bookshelf

Bennett

Tuesday
3:30-6:20pm

Please note that this is a half unit course that meets the weeks of January 24 to March 11, 2022

LIT 199-02 Career Planning for English Majors

Steinberg, G.

Wednesday
5:30-6:50pm

Please note that this is a half unit course

LIT 200-01 Introduction to Poetry

Luettchau

Tuesdays
5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 227-01 Global Animated Film: Retellings of Fairy Tales and Myths 

Gold

Tuesday/Friday 
3:30-4:50pm

GL, VPA-Ed

LIT 233-01 World Drama

Konkle

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

LH, GL, WD, VPA-Ed

LIT 233-02 World Drama

Konkle

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

LH, GL, WD, VPA-Ed

LIT 251-01 British Literature to 1700

Graham

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

LHR, BR

LIT 255-01/WGS 255-01 Shakespeare and Gender

Delguercio

Monday
5:30-8:20pm

LHR, GEN

LIT 310-01 Literature for Young Readers

Luettchau

Wednesday
5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 311-01/WGS 314-01 Women’s Autobiographies, Diaries, and Letters

Tarter

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

GEN

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

Dalpe

Wednesday
5:30-8:20pm

GEN

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

Gray

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

GEN, GL, WD

LIT 354-01 Middle English Literature

Steele

Monday/Thursday
3:30-4:50pm

LHR, BR

LIT 361-01 British Romanticism

Steinberg, D.

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

LH, BR

LIT 370-01/WLC 371-01 Studies in Literature: Kung-Fu Cinema

Mi

Tuesday
5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 371-01/AAS 370-03 Topics in African American Literature: Contemporary African American

Williams

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

LH, AM, RE

LIT 378-01/AAS 378-01 African American Literature, 1920 to the Present

Abdur-Rahman

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

LH, RE, AM

LIT 378-02/AAS 378-02 African American Literature, 1920 to the Present

Abdur-Rahman

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

LH, RE, AM

LIT 379-01 Asian American Literature

Mi

Monday/Thursday
3:30-4:50pm

LH, GEN, RE, AM

LIT 380-01 Representations of the Holocaust

Krasner

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

 

LIT 422-01 Shakespeare: Tragedies and Romances

Carney

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

LHR

LIT 499-01 Seminar in Research and Theory: Shakespeare in a Divided America

Carney

Monday/Thursday

11:00am-12:20pm

 

LIT 499-02 Seminar in Research and Theory: Albee’s Plays and Postmodernism

Konkle

Thursday
5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 499-04 Seminar in Research and Theory: Captivity in Early American Literature

Tarter

Tuesday/Friday

11:00am-12:20pm

 

LIT 499-05 Seminar in Research and Theory: The Beatles and Their World

Venturo

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

 

LIT 499-06 Seminar in Research and Theory: American Literature and the Environment

Mize

Monday/Thursday
3:30-4:50pm

 

 

 

 

 

CWR 206-01 Creative Writing

Davis

Monday/Thursday

9:30-10:50am

 

CWR 206-02 Creative Writing

Davis

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

 

CWR 206-03 Creative Writing

Davis

Wednesday
5:30-8:20pm

 

CWR 304-01 Poetry Workshop

Rosemurgy

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

Please note this course will be taught in the Remote Format

CWR 370-01 Special Topics in Creative Writing: Writer as Witness Our Sense of Place

Davis

Tuesday
5:30-8:20pm

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

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

O’Neill

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

WVWK, GL

LNG 202-01 Structure & History of the English Language

Steinberg, D.

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

 

 

 

 

 

English Graduate Courses

 

 

 

ENGL 505-01 Contemporary Literature Theory and Methods

Steele

Wednesday
5:00-7:30pm

 

ENGL 550-01 Seminar in Poetry

Rosemurgy

Tuesday
5:00-7:30pm

 

ENGL 597-01 Advanced Topics in English: Kindred Time in U.S. Literature, 1800-1865

Blake

Monday
5:00-7:30pm

 

 

ENGL 597-02 Advanced Topics in English: Advanced Literacy Studies

Meixner

Wednesday

5:00-7:30pm

 

ENGL 624-01 Seminar in 17th Century Literature: A War of Words, 1650-1700

Venturo

Thursday
5:00-7:30pm

 

ENGL 654-01 20th Century American Literature: Literature and Theories of Water

Mize

Tuesday
5:00-7:30pm

 

 

By days of the week: 

Time Slot

Class

Faculty

Attributes

Monday/Thursday

8:00-9:20am

LIT 102-01 Approaches to Literature

Sekanics

 

Monday/Thursday
9:30-10:50am

LIT 102-06 Approaches to Literature

Sekanics

 

LIT/AAS 378-01 African American Literature 1920 to the Present

Abdur-Rahman

 

LH, RE, AM

LIT 380-01 Representations of the Holocaust

Krasner

 

CWR 206-01 Creative Writing

Davis

 

LNG 201/ WLC 215-01 Introduction to Linguistics

O’Neill

WVWK, GL

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

LIT 102-04 Approaches to Literature

Jackson

 

LIT/AAS 378-02 African American Literature 1920 to the Present

Abdur-Rahman

LH, RE, AM

LIT 499-01 Seminar in Research and Theory: Shakespeare in a Divided America

Carney

 

CWR 206-02 Creative Writing

Davis

 

Monday/Thursday
12:30-1:50pm

LIT 101-01 Cultures and Canons

Mize

 

LIT 102-05 Approaches to Literature

Jackson

 

Monday/Thursday
2:00-3:20pm

LIT 101-02 Cultures and Canons

Mize

 

LIT 316/WGS 376-01 Global Women Writers

Gray

GEN, GL, WD

LIT 371-01/AAS 370-03 Topics in African American Literature: Contemporary African American Lit

Williams

LH, AM, RE

LIT 422-01 Shakespeare Tragedies and Romances

Carney

LHR

LIT 499-05 Seminar in Research and Theory: The Beatles and Their World

Venturo

 

 

EED 390-01 Methods of Teaching Secondary English

Meixner

 

Monday/Thursday
3:30-4:50pm

LIT 354-01 Middle English Literature

Steele

LHR, BR

LIT 379-01 Asian American Literature

Mi

LH, GEN, RE, AM

LIT 499-06 Seminar in Research and Theory: American Literature and the Environment

Mize

 

Monday
5:30-8:20pm

LIT 255-01/WGS 255-01 Shakespeare and Gender

Delguercio

LHR, GEN

EED 380-01 Teaching Writing

Meixner

 

Tuesday/Friday
9:30-10:50am

LIT 251-01 British Literature to 1700

Graham

LHR, BR

LIT 311-01/WGS 314-01 Women’s Autobiographies, Diaries and Letters

Tarter

GEN

LNG 202-01 Structure & History of the English Language

Steinberg, D.

 

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

LIT 102-03 Approaches to Literature

Graham

 

LIT 233-01 World Drama

Konkle

LH, GL, WD, VPA-Ed

LIT 499-04 Seminar in Research and Theory: Captivity in Early American Literature

Tarter

 

Tuesday/Friday
2:00-3:20pm

LIT 102-02 Approaches to Literature

Graham

 

LIT 233-02 World Drama

Konkle

LH, GL, WD, VPA-Ed

LIT 361-01 British Romanticism

Steinberg, D.

LH, BR

CWR 304-01 Poetry Workshop

Rosemurgy

Please note this course will be taught in the Remote Format

Tuesday/Friday 
3:30-4:50pm

LIT 227-01 Global Animated Film: Retellings of Fairy Tales and Myths

Gold

GL, VPA-Ed

Tuesday
3:30-6:20pm

LIT 170-01 Topics in English: Hippie Bookshelf

Bennett

Please note that this is a half unit course that meets the weeks of January 24 to March 11, 2022

Tuesday

5:30-8:20pm

 

LIT 200-01 Introduction to Poetry

Luettchau

 

LIT 370-01/WLC 371-01 Studies in Literature: Kung-Fu Cinema

Mi

 

 

CWR 370-01 Special Topics in Creative Writing: Writer as Witness: Writing Our Sense of Place

Davis

 

Wednesday
5:30-6:50pm

LIT 199-02 Career Planning for English Majors

Steinberg, G.

Please note that this is a half unit course

Wednesday
5:30-8:20pm

LIT 310-01 Literature for Young Readers

Luettchau

 

 

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

Dalpe

GEN

 

CWR 206-03 Creative Writing

Davis

 

Thursday
5:30-8:20pm

LIT 499-02 Seminar in Research and Theory: Albee’s Plays and Postmodernism

Konkle

 

 

Graduate Course Offerings

English Graduate Courses

 

 

 

Monday
5:00-7:30pm

ENGL 597-01 Advanced Topics in English: Kindred Times in U.S. Literature, 1800-1865

Blake

 

Tuesday
5:00-7:30pm

ENGL 550-01 Seminar in Poetry

Rosemurgy

 

Wednesday

5:00-7:30pm

ENGL 505-01 Contemporary Literature Theory and Methods

Steele

 

ENGL 597-02 Advanced Topics in English: Advanced Literacy Studies

Meixner

 

Thursday

5:00-7:30pm

ENGL 624-01 Seminar in 17th Century Literature: A War of Words, 1650-1700

Venturo

 

ENGL 654-01 20th Century American Literature: Literature and Theories of Water

Mize

 

 

Updated 10/8/2021

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