AY 2017-2018: Undergraduate Course listing

 

FALL, 2017   COURSES
PREREQUISITES    
ENG 206 L Reading Literature: Fiction--Chihaya
ENG 207 L Reading Literature: Drama--Sandberg
     
200-LEVEL NON-PREREQUISITES    
ENG 215 L Science Fiction--Bendixen
ENG 390/HUM 270/COM 207 S The Bible as Literature--DV Smith
AAS 212/ENG 212 S What's So Funny? Forms of African American Humor--Nishikawa
LAC 210/ENG 213 S The Lucid Black and Proud Musicology of Leroi Jones/Amiri Baraka--Greg Tate
     
BRITISH FOUNDATION    
ENG 312 S Chaucer--Cole
ENG 320 L Shakespeare I--Cormack
ENG 339 L Topics in 18th-C Literature: Jane Austen, Then and Now--Johnson 
ENG 421 S Beowulf--Anderson
     
AMERICAN FOUNDATION    
ENG 357 L Topics in American Literature: Henry James and William Faulkner--Mitchell
AAS 353/ENG 352 L African American Literature: Origins to 1910--Autumn Womack
     
MODERNITY    
ENG 308 L American Cinema--Fuss
ENG 324  S Ulysses--Kotin 
ENG 345 L Nineteenth-Century Fiction-Nunokawa
ENG 364 L Modern Drama I--Sandberg
ENG 377/COM 386 S Bollywood Cinema--Chaudhary
ENG 381 S Laughter, Vice and Delusion: Satire and Satirists, 1500-1700
ENG 405 S Topics in Poetry: Contemporary Poetry--Kotin
ENV 369/ENG 383 L Environmental Imaginings and Global Change--Nixon
     
THEORY/CRITICISM    
ENG 308 L American Cinema--Fuss
ENG 319/AMS 322 S About Faces--Huerta
ENG 379/AAS 379/AMS 389 S Black Aesthetics--Cunningham
ENG 416/COM 313 L Literature and Ethics: Modern Evil--Gikandi
COM 351/TRA 351/ENG 361 L Great Books from Little Languages--Bellos
 MUS 307/HUM 307/ENG 313 S The Irish Oral Tradition--Lionaird
     
DIASPORAS    
ENG 354/LAO 354/AMS 354 S Introduction to Latino Literature and Culture: Latina/o Literary Worlds--León
ENG 377/COM 386 S Bollywood Cinema--Chaudhary
ENG 379/AAS 379/AMS 389/ART 380 S Black Aesthetics--Cunningham
ENG 416/COM 313 L Literature and Ethics: Modern Evil--Gikandi
AAS 353/ENG 352 L African American Literature: Origins to 1910--Autumn Womack
GSS 345/AAS 355/ENG 399/AMS 373 S Pleasure, Power and Profit: Race and Sexualities in a Global Era--McClintock
MUS 307/HUM 307/ENG 313 S The Irish Oral Tradition--Lionaird
     
SPRING, 2018 (TENTATIVE)   COURSES
PREREQUISITES    
ENG 200 L Introduction to English Literature--14th-18th Century--Leo/DV Smith
ENG 208 L Reading Literature: The Essay--Nunokawa
     
200-LEVEL NON-PREREQUISITES    
ENG 201 S American Literary History--Kotin
AAS 242/ENG 242/GSS 242 S An Intro to Modern Caribbean Literature--Cunningham
     
BRITISH FOUNDATION    
ENG 321 L Shakespeare II--Cormack
ENG 325 L Milton--Leo
ENG 327 S The English Drama to 1700--Cadden
ENG 400 S Touching Books: An Introduction to the History of the Book--Anderson
     
AMERICAN FOUNDATION    
ENG 201 S American Literary History--Kotin
ENG 351 L American Literature: 1865-1930--Bendixen
ENG 3XX or 4XX S NEW course TBD--19th C. African American Literature hire
     
MODERNITY    
ENG 341 S The Later Romantics--Wolfson
ENG 343 S World and Image: 19th-Century Literature and Film--Rainof
ENG 346 S 19th-Century Poetry--Martin [CTI]
ENG 355 L British Cinema--Chihaya
ENG 372 L Contemporary Drama--Wolff
ENG 376/THR 376 L Curious Aesthetics: Twentieth-Century American Musical Theatre--Wolff
ENG 385 L Children's Literature--Gleason
ENG 3XX or 4XX S Writing about Family--Rainof
ENG 412 S Major Authors: Dickens, Bronte, Eliot--Nord
ENG 413 S Major Authors: TBD, Poetry--Stewart
AAS 359/ENG 366 African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to the Present--Nishikawa
     
THEORY AND CRITICISM    
ENG 3XX or 4XX S The Disabled Body--Salamon
ENG 343 S World and Image: 19th-Century Literature and Film--Rainof
ENG 3XX/GSS 3XX/AMS 3XX S Ghosts, Vampires and Liminal Creatures in Film and U.S. History
ENG 355 L British Cinema--Chihaya
ENG 376/THR 376 L Curious Aesthetics: Twentieth-Century American Musical Theatre--Wolff
ENG 400 S Touching Books: An Introduction to the History of the Book--Anderson
     
DIASPORAS    
ENG 3XX or 4XX S NEW course TBD--Latinx hire
ENG 417 S Topics in Postcolonial Literature: Protest Literature--Chaudhary [CTI]
AAS 359/ENG 366 L African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to the Present--Nishikawa
     
    05/22/17