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Projected Course Offerings

The Department of English plans tentative course offerings two years in advance. The list of projected course offerings is designed to help students plan their schedules over the course of multiple semesters, however, students must understand that these course offerings are not guaranteed. For the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding course offerings for the upcoming semester, log on to BannerWeb. More in-depth course descriptions are available.

Fall 2016

Group A - Literature Before Early to Mid-19th Century
325 American Renaissance - Pelletier
330 ST: Medieval and Renaissance English Lit. - Schwartz

Group B - Literature After Early to Mid-19th Century
357 20th-Century American Fiction - Siebert
370 ST: Politics, Social Change, and 20th-Century Drama - Outka

Group C - Other Courses in Literature, Language, and Writing
200 Introduction to Creative Writing - Henry
200 Introduction to Creative Writing - Henry
379 Film Directors: Scorsese - Lurie
381 Modern Grammar - MacAllister
383 Introduction to Composition Theory and Pedagogy - Essid
397 Short Shorts, Microfiction, and Prose Poems - Stevens
397 Writing Richmond - Stevens

Junior/Senior/Honors Seminars
400 Apocalyptic Literature and Culture - Pelletier
400 Global Ecologies - Singh

297/298 Literature in Context (FSLT)
297 Literature in Context, Genre and Mode: Lyrics Essays & Activist Prose - Singh/Ashe
297 Literature in Context, Genre and Mode: Lyrics Essays & Activist Prose - Singh/Ashe
298 Literature in Context, Texts in History: Modernism and Post Modernism - Outka/Snaza
298 Literature in Context, Texts in History: Modernism and Post Modernism - Outka/Snaza

Other 200-Level Literature Courses (FSLT)
220 Introduction to Film - Lurie
223 The Modern Novel - Outka
224 Great Novels - Hilliard
230 Women in Modern Literature - Nethersole
234 Shakespeare - Russell
234 Shakespeare - Russell
239 Vampires - Snaza
299 Queer Literatures - Singh
299 21st Century American Literature - Siebert
299 Law and Literature/Literature and Law - Nethersole
299 Border Crossings in Global Literatures - Nethersole
299 Post Blackness in the USA - Ashe

Spring 2017

Group A - Literature Before Early to Mid-19th Century
304 Shakespeare - Russell
312 English Literature of the Romantic Movement – Givens

Group B - Literature After Early to Mid-19th Century
370 ST: Post-Blackness in the U.K. - Ashe
380 The Western - Siebert

Group C - Other Courses in Literature, Language, and Writing
200 Introduction to Creative Writing – Stevens
336 Literature of Globalization – Snaza
383 Introduction to Composition Theory and Pedagogy – Essid
385 Fiction Writing – Stevens
386 Poetry Writing – Henry
393 Literary Editing and Publishing – Henry

Junior/Senior
400 Literature and Film - Lurie
400 Comedy - Russell

297/298 Literature in Context (FSLT)
298 Texts in History - Pelletier/Siebert
298 Texts in History - Pelletier/Siebert

Other 200 - Level Literature Courses (FSLT)
204 Literature and Culture – Pelletier
204 Literature and Culture – Pelletier
220 Intro to Film – Lurie
221 Intro to Poetry - Schwartz
222 Short Fiction – Stevens
229 Black Vernacular: Richmond - Ashe
229 Black Vernacular: Topic TBA
235 Narratives of Personal Development - MacAllister
236 Vampires - Snaza
299 Global Women Writers – Singh
299 Global Women Writers – Singh
299 21st-Century American Literature – Siebert