|Subject||Course||Section||Course Title||Course Description||Instructor||Files||Term|
|ENGL||208A||001||Forms of Fantasy||
A study of fantasy literature, including some subgenres such as romances, fairy tales, fables, and gothic and horror fiction.
|Mark Spielmacher||ENGL 208A_M.Spielmacher_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|
This course studies the ways the self is constructed through text by examining a variety of life-writing approaches, organized from youth to old age, along with theories of identity, memory, gender, narrative, cultural studies, and autobiography as a genre.
|Carol Acton||ENGL 206_C.Acton_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|
|ENGL||200A||002, 003||Survey of British Literature 1||
An historical survey of major figures, types, and trends in British literature from the Middle Ages to the late 18th century.
|Alysia Kolentsis, Tristanne Connolly||ENGL 200A-002_A.Kolentsis_Fall 2017.pdf ENGL 200A-003_T.Connolly_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|
|ENGL||119||001, 002, 003, 004||Communications in Math and Computer Science||
This course aims to build students' oral and written communication skills to prepare them for academic and workplace demands. Working independently and in collaboration with others, students will analyze and produce various written and spoken forms of communication. Projects and assignments will draw on materials for Mathematics and Computer Science students.
|Mark Spielmacher, Andrew Deman||ENGL 119-001_M.Spielmacher_Fall 2017.pdf ENGL 119-003_JA.Deman_Fall 2017.pdf ENGL 119-004_JA.Deman_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|
|ENGL||109||015, 016, 017, 039, 040||Introduction to Academic Writing||
The course will explore a variety of issues in academic writing such as style, argument, and the presentation of information. Frequent written exercises will be required.
|Andrew Deman, John Greenwood||ENGL 109-015_JA,Deman_Fall 2016.pdf ENGL 109-017_D.Lobb_Fall 2017.pdf ENGL 109-016 and 039_J.Greenwood_Fall 2017.pdf ENGL 109-040_D.Lobb_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|
A study of various works of literature in which the protagonist is a rebel against existing norms. The course will examine a number of rebel types and concepts, moral implications, and final outcomes either in successful realization or in tragic defeat.
|ENGL 108F_D.Lobb_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|
|ENGL||108E||001||Gender and Representation||
A study of the ways gender in all its diversity is constructed and gendered experience is expressed in literature, rhetoric, and a variety of media.
Cross-listed with WS 108E
|Carol Acton||ENGL-WS 108E_C.Acton_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|
An examination of hero figures, ranging broadly from ancient characters such as Gilgamesh to the modern comic book superhero. Literary as well as non-literary materials (e.g., film, comics, games) will be considered.
|Sylvia Terzian||ENGL 108A_S.Terzian_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|
|ENGL||101A||002||Introduction to Literary Studies||
An introduction to the study of literature, covering such areas of enquiry as literary history, genre, criticism, analysis, and theory.
|Veronica Austen||ENGL 101A_V.Austen_Fall 2017.pdf||Fall 2017|