Current Course Offerings

Current Graduate Course Offerings in English



Current Course Offerings


*All times/dates are subject to change

 

 

Fall 2014

 

Course # Course Title Day/Time Faculty
524 Intro to Linguistics 100% online Wiemelt
528 African-American Literature since 1900 MW 2:00-3:15 Blanton
535 Shakespeare: Comedies & Romances TTh 9:30-10:45 Faust
536 Shakespeare: Histories & Tragedies MW 12:30-1:45 Gold
538

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature --

Animal Presences in Modern Literature

TTh 12:30-1:45 Rashidian
558

Major British Authors --

The Bloomsbury Group

MW 11:00-12:15 Cowart
559 19th Century British Literature TTh 11:00-12:15 Hanson
564 The Teaching of Literature TTh 12:30-1:45 Brown
567 The Teaching of Writing TTh 2:00-3:15 Brown
583 Intermediate Fiction Workshop TTh 2:00-3:15 Staff
594 Publishing in the Digital Humanities TTh 5:00-6:15 Fredell
606

Studies in British Literature --

The Irish Literary Revival

M 5:00-7:45 Kearney
645 Creative Writing Workshop W 5:00-7:45 Bedell
651

Studies in Professional Writing --

Ethnography

T 6:30-7:45, 50% online Sawyer

 

 

Summer 2014

 

Course # Course Title Day/Time Faculty
524 Intro to Linguistics 100% online Wiemelt
525

Special Topics in English --

Shakespeare & Film

MW 10:30-1:15 Cowart
548 Advanced Professional & Technical Writing 100% online Sawyer
606

Studies in British Literature --

The Brontes

TTh 10:30-1:15 Hanson

 

Spring 2014

 

Comp# Course # Course Title Time/Date Faculty
 771 508 Development of the English Language TuTh 3:30PM-4:45PM Dorrill
 773 535 Shakespeare: Comedies & Romances MW 2:00PM-3:15PM Gold
 775 536 Shakespeare: Tragedies & Histories TuTh 9:30AM-10:45AM Faust
 783 548 Advanced Professional & Technical Writing TBD, 50-99% online Sawyer
 784 549 History of the Book Tu 12:30PM-1:45PM, 50% online Fredell
 785 557 Early Modern Non-Dramatic Literature MW 9:30AM-10:45AM Faust
 787 564-01 The Teaching of Literature Th 5:00PM-7:50PM Brown
 788 564-02 The Teaching of Literature TuTh 2:00PM-3:15PM Brown
 786 567 The Teaching of Writing TuTh 12:30-1:45PM Brown
 769 582 Intermediate Poetry Workshop TuTh 11:00AM-12:15PM Bedell
 789 587 Major World Authors: Proust MW 12:30PM-1:45PM Fick
 765 600 Studies in Medieval Literature-- Love: Marriage: Domestic Chaos in Medieval Literature Tu 5:00PM-7:50PM Fredell
 766 610 Studies in Performance-- Performance Composition M 5:00PM-7:50PM Slawson
 767 630 Studies in American Literature-- Sex, War, Race, Religion, Society, Nature and Madness: The Quest for Identity in 19th Century American Fiction W 5:00PM-7:50PM Louth

 

 

Fall 2013

Comp# Course# Course Title Time/Date Faculty
2043 536 Shakespeare: Tragedies and Histories  9:30AM - 10:45AM TuTh Faust
2039 537  Major Periods in Drama: 21st Century Drama  11:00AM - 12:15PM MoWe  Slawson
1962 538 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature 9:30AM - 10:45AM TuTh Hanson
1974  558  Major British Authors 2:00PM - 3:15PM TuTh Kearney
1949 575 Intro to Contemporary Criticism 12:30PM - 1:45PM TuTh Rashidian
2309  583  Intermediate Fiction Work  12:30PM - 1:45PM TuTh Louth
1953  585 Foundations in Professional Writing  5:00PM - 7:50PM Th Sawyer
2037 593 Practicum in Humanities Print Publishing  11:00AM - 12:15PM TuTh Bedell
1912  621  Studies in English Education: Adult Literacy and Education 5:00PM - 7:45PM W

Brown

1915  630  Studies in American Literature: Southern Women Writers  5:00PM - 7:45PM  Tu

Bouton

 

 

Summer 2013

Comp# Course# Course Title Time/Date Faculty
621  524  Introduction to Linguistics  100% Internet Wiemelt
679 525  Special Topics in English: Shakespeare in Performance  TuTh 10:30AM - 1:15PM  Slawson
616  586 Document Production and Design  100% Internet  Sawyer
620  620  Studies in Language and Literacy: Writing Project Advanced Institute 

June 10 -20

MoTuWeTh 9:30AM - 3:30PM 

Louth
891  651  Studies in Professional Writing TBA  Hanson

 

Spring 2013

Comp# Course # Course Title Time/Date Faculty
996 518

Advanced Writing Workshop

5:00-7:50

W

Marshall
1002 523 Milton

9:30AM - 10:15

MW

Gold
992 524 Introduction to Linguistics

3:30 - 4:45

MW

Dorrill
993 527

Gender Studies in Literature:

Gender and Subversion in American Cinema

2:00-3:15

MW

Landrum
994 535-01 Shakespeare: Comedies and Romances

12:30-1:45

MW

Faust
995 535-02 Shakespeare: Comedies and Romances

2:00-3:15

TTh

Faust
997   548 Advanced Professional and Technical Writing 

Internet

Sawyer
998 556 Medieval England: Beyond Beowulf: Riddles, Laments, Confronting Pagans!

11:00-12:15
TTh

Fredell
1000 564-01 The Teaching of Literature

12:30-1:45
TTh

Brown
1001 564-02 The Teaching of Literature 3:30-4:45
TTh
Brown
999 567 The Teaching of Writing 5:00-7:50
W
Brown
1003 582 Intermediate Poetry Works

11:00-12:15

TTh

Bedell
1004 592 Introduction to Literary and Technical Editing

9:30-10:45

TTh

Bedell
1005 617 Studies in World Literature

5:00-7:50

M

Rashidian
1006 620 Studies in Language and Literacy: Gender Issues in Rhetoric

5:00-7:50

Tu

Mitchell
1007 630

Studies in American Culture:
Promise(d) Land:The Confidence Man in American Literature 

5:00-7:50

TH

Fick


 

Fall 2012

Comp # Course # Course Title Time/Date Faculty
1536 524 Introduction to Linguistics 100% Internet Wiemelt
2741 525 Special Topics in English Literature: Travel Literature: Off the Grid in Film, Fiction and Nonfiction 9:30-10:45 MW Bouton
1579 536-02 Shakespeare: Tragedies & Histories 9:30-10:45 MW Gold
1580 536-01 Shakespeare: Tragedies & Histories 3:30-4:45 MW Gold
1545 558 Major British Authors: The Brontës 9:30-10:45 TTH Hanson
1548 567-01 The Teaching of Writing 3:30-4:45 MW TBA
1547 567-02 The Teaching of Writing 3:30-4:45 TTH TBA
1551 564 The Teaching of Literature 12:30 - 1:45 TTH TBA
1554 575 Introduction to Contemporary Criticism 5:00-7:50TH Rashidian
1532 577 Foundations in Language & Literacy 5:00-7:50T Dorrill
1556 583 Intermediate Fiction Workshop 5:00-7:45 W Marshall
1559 585 Foundations in Professional Writing 100% Internet Sawyer
1562 590 19th Century American Literature: Transcendentalism and Realism 11:00-12:15 MW Fick
2787 594 Publishing in Digital Humanities 11:00 - 12:15 TTH Fredell
1338 601 Studies in Early Modern Lit: Discordia Concors: An Interdisciplinary Experience of 17th Century Literature 5:00-7:00 W Faust
1339 610 Studies in Performance: Theatre & Cultural Identities 5:00-7:50 M Slawson
1340 630 Studies in American Literature: Hemingway's Many Lives 5:00-7:50 TH German
1341 645 Creative Writing Workshop 5:00-7:50 T Bedell


 

Summer 2012 
Comp # Course # Course Title Time/Date Faculty
718 524-NT Introduction to Linguistics 100% Internet Wiemelt
727 525 Special Topics in English Literature: Shakespeare's Tragedies, Comedies & Tragicomedies: A Study in Genre 10:30-1:15 MTWTh Faust
756 548-NT Advanced Professional & Technical Writing 100% Internet Sawyer
723 606 Studies in British Literature: Short Fiction of D.H. Lawrence

1:30-4:15 TTH

Kearney
721 646 Workshop: Teaching Writing 9:00-3:30 MTWTh Louth

 

Spring 2012

Comp # Course # Course Title Time/Date Faculty
1587 524 Introduction to Linguistics 100% Internet Wiemelt
1565 528 African American Literature Since 1900 9:30-10:45 MW Blanton
1579 535-01 Shakespeare: Comedies & Romances 9:30-10:45 MW Gold
1580 535-02 Shakespeare: Comedies & Romances 2:00-3:15 MW Gold
1577 539 Louisiana Literature 2:00-3:15 MW Fick
1573 567 The Teaching of Writing 5:00-7:50 T Castleman
1569 564-01 The Teaching of Literature 5:00-7:50 M Castleman
1570 564-02 The Teaching of Literature 5:00-7:50 W
Castleman
1575 577 Foundations in Language & Literacy 3:30-4:45 TTH Dorrill
1561 582 Intermediate Poetry Workshop 9:30-10:45 TTh Bedell
1585 587 Major World Authors 11:00-12:15 TTH Rashidian
1567 589 Postmodern & Contemporary Literature 12:30-1:45 MW Bouton
1563 593 Practicum in Humanities Print Publishing 11:00-12:15 MW Bedell
1553 610 Studies in Performance: Film Noir 5:00-7:50 M Landrum
1559 620 Studies in Language & Literacy: Style in Language & Literature 5:00-7:45 TH Wiemelt
1555 630 Studies in American Literature: Faulkner and his Contemporaries 5:00-7:45 W Louth
1557 651 Studies in Professional Writing: Ethnography 5:00-6:15 T Sawyer


 



Recent Course Offerings


Fall 2011

Comp # Course # Course Title Time/Date Faculty
2701 524 Introduction to Linguistics 12:30-1:45 TTh Dorrill
2705 536 Shakespeare: Tragedies & Histories 11:00-12:15 MW Gold
2704 549 History of the Book 9:30-10:45 TTh Fredell
2706 567-01 The Teaching of Writing 2:00-3:15 MW Mitchell
2785 567-02 The Teaching of Writing 5:00-7:45 T Mitchell
2707 564 The Teaching of Literature 3:30-4:45 MW Mitchell
2708 522 Chaucer 12:30-1:45 MW Ramsey
2709 575 Introduction to Contemporary Criticism 11:00-12:15 TTh Rashidian
2746 583 Intermediate Fiction Workshop 5:00-7:45 W Marshall
2710 585-NT Foundations in Professional Writing 100% Internet Sawyer
2703 590 19th C American Literature: Transcendentalism & Realism 9:30-10:45 MW Fick
2650 606 Studies in British Literature: The Irish Literary Revival 5:00-7:45 Th Kearney
2694 610 Studies in Performance: Memoir 5:00-7:45 T Slawson
2624 620 Studies in Language & Literacy: Human Language/World Languages 5:00-7:45 W Dorrill
2747 632 Modern Literary Criticism: Art & Literature, 18th - 20th Centuries 5:00-7:45 M Hanson


 


 
Summer 2011 
Comp # Course # Course Title Time/Date Faculty
746 524-NT Introduction to Linguistics 100% Internet Wiemelt
841 536 Shakespeare: Tragedies & Histories 10:30-11:45 MTWTh Faust
747 548-NT Advanced Professional & Technical Writing 100% Internet Sawyer
748 593

Practicum in Humanities Print

Publishing

1:30-4:15 T

50% Internet

Hanson
749 610 Studies in Performance: Slacker Cinema

1:30-4:15 MW

Landrum
750 620 Studies in Language & Literacy: SLWP Advanced Institute* 9:30-3:30 MTWTh Louth
751 646 Workshop: Teaching Writing* 9:30-3:30 MTWTh Louth


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