Courses by Distribution 2016/2017

 

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH DISTRIBUTION COURSES—AY 2016-17

Required Courses in English Literature (000713)

English Literature Prerequistes - Prerequisite Requirements

Prerequistes – 1 ENG 205, 206, 207, 208 or 209

ENG 205 - Reading Literature: Poetry
ENG 206 - Reading Literature: Fiction
ENG 207 - Reading Literature: Drama
ENG 208 - Reading Literature: The Essay
ENG 209 - Reading Literature: Theory

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English Literature Prerequistes – 1 ENG 200

ENG 200 - Introduction to English Literature: 14th to 18th Century

200-Level Courses

ENG 201 - American Literary History (Can count as American Foundation)
ENG 210 – Princeton University Reads
ENG 211 - Dirty Words: Satire, Slander, and Society
ENG 212 - What’s So Funny? Forms of African American Humor
ENG 215 - Introduction to Science Fiction
ENG 217 - Gore and Glory: Early Heroic Literature
ENG 218 - An Unnatural History of the Middle Ages
ENG 219/TRA 219/LAO 219 - Translating America
ENG 220 - Crime, Fiction, and Film
ENG 221/MUS 222 - Words vs. Music: The Song in Modern Times
ENG 222 - Fanfiction:  Transformative Works from Shakespeare
ENG 223 - Literature and Food
ENG 224 - Asian American Literature and Cultures
ENG 225 - Introduction to Asian American Studies
ENG 226 - The American Self
ENG 227/GSS 222 - American Identities in the 21st Century
ENG 228/HUM 226/THR 228 - Introduction to Irish Studies
ENG 230 - Public Speaking
ENG 232 - Literature, Food, and the American Racial Diet
ENG 240 - Origins and Nature of English Vocabulary
ENG 241 - Introduction to Language and Linguistics
ENG 390/HUM 270/COM 207 – The Bible as Literature
AAS 230/ENG 231 - Topics in African-American Studies
AAS 242/ENG 242 - Introduction to Modern Caribbean Literature
HUM 224/ENG 226 - Frankenstein 200
LIN 201/ENG 241/CGS 205 – Introduction to Language and Linguistics

ENG 300 – Junior Seminar

BR Foundation Courses - Limit one Shakespeare course

ENG 320 - Shakespeare I
ENG 321 - Shakespeare II

Foundations-British

COM 372/ENG 303 - The Gothic Tradition
COM 397/ENG 427 - Sex, Violence, Sacrilege in Enlightenment Fiction
COM 421 - Lyric Language and Form I: Renaissance to Romantic
ENG 301 - Satire: Mockery and Reform from Aristophanes to South Park
ENG 304 - Medieval Travel Literature: Destinations to Die for
ENG 310 - The Old English Period
ENG 311/MED 309 - The Medieval Period
ENG 312 - Chaucer
ENG 313 - The Erotics of Medieval Literature
ENG 314 - The Medieval Romance: Writing Sex and Death
ENG 315 - Shakespeare and Performance
ENG 316 - Inventing the English Novel
ENG 322 - Spenser
ENG 323 - The 16th Century
ENG 325 - Milton
ENG 326 - The 17th Century
ENG 327 - The English Drama to 1700
ENG 328 - Topics in the Renaissance
ENG 329 - Topics in the Renaissance
ENG 330 - English Literature of the 18th Century
ENG 331 - English Fiction before 1800
ENG 336 - Shakespeare 450: Shakespeare and the Contemporary British Theater
ENG 338 - Topics in 18th-Century Literature
ENG 339 - Topics in 18th-Century Literature
ENG 340 - Romanticism and the Age of Revolution
ENG 384 –Verse in Shows: Poetry on Stage, 405 B.C.E.-2015 A.D.
ENG 400 –Touching Books
ENG 401 - Forms of Literature Topic
ENG 421 - Beowulf
ENG 422 - Loss and Longing in the Anglo-Saxon Era: Elegy & Elegiac
HIS 461 - Writing a World: Encounters With Difference, 1650-1850
THR 338/ENG 301/com 343 - Comedies of Error
THR 343/ENG 304 – Some Contemporary Shakespearean Afterlives

Foundation Courses - 1 American

AAS 306 – Frederick Douglass and the long 19th Century
AAS 345 – Sonic Fugitives: The Soundscapes of the Afro-Am Literary Tradition
AAS 353 - African American Literature: Origins to 1910
AMS 315 - The Age of Emerson
AMS 353 - Moby-Dick Unbound
ENG 335 - American Literature before 1825
ENG 336 – American Madness
ENG 350 - Literature of the American Renaissance, 1820-1860
ENG 351 - American Literature: 1865-1930
ENG 353 - The Drama of Making America: Staging Race from the Revolution to the Civil War
ENG 354 – Slavery, Freedom, and the Archive
ENG 356 - Topics in American Literature
ENG 357 - Topics in American Literature
ENG 386 – Literature and the Environment
ENG 403 – Forms of Literature
ENG 411 - Major Author(s)-Emerson/Douglass

Foundation Courses - 1 Modernity

AAS 324 - Race, Sex, and the Marriage Plot in American Film Comedies
AAS 327 - 20th Century Master: Lorraine Hansberry
AAS 328 - City Narratives: The Urban Landscape in Contemporary African American Literature
AAS 359/ENG 392 - African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to the Present
AMS 328 - American Genres: Western, Screwball Comedy, Film Noir
CHV 375 - Clues, Evidence, Detection: Law Stories
COM 306 - The Modern European Novel
COM 401 - Types of Ideology and Literary Form
COM 341 - What is Vernacular Filmmaking?
COM 370 - Topics in Comparative Literature: Performing the Planet
COM 376/ENG 377/AAS 371/GSS 381 - Crafting Freedom: Women and Liberation in the Americas (1960s to the Present)
COM 387 - A Different Kind of Cinema: Can Contemporary Film Makers Resist Hollywood?
COM 422 - Lyric Form and Language II: The Modern Period
ECS 310  -  European Romanticism and the Emergence of Modern War
ECS 342  -  Literature and Photography
ENV 363 - Writing the Environment Through Creative Nonfiction
ENG 308 - American Cinema
ENG 309 - American Comics
ENG 309 - Graphic Novels and Comics
ENG 319 - What Was African American Literature? Reading Black Literature in the 21st C.
ENG 324 - Violence as Metaphor: The 1916 UpRising in Dublin
ENG 333 - Austen, Bronte, Eliot
ENG 341 - The Later Romantics
ENG 343 - The New Woman in British Drama, 1890-1915
ENG 343 - Word and Image: 19th Century Literature and Art
ENG 345 - 19th-Century Fiction
ENG 346 - 19th-Century Poetry
ENG 348 - Late Victorian Literature: Decadence and Rebellion
ENG 349 - Science Fiction
ENG 354 - Irish Comic Fiction from Swift to Roddy Doyle
ENG 354 - The Great War in Irish Theater, Literature and Art
ENG 355 - British Cinema
ENG 355 - Nationalism and Internationalism in the North American Novel
ENG 356 - Topics in American Literature
ENG 357 - Topics in American Literature
ENG 358 - Sex, Violence, Death, and Other Entertainments for Kids: Challenging Drama for Youth
ENG 358 - Irish Modernisms
ENG 359 – Princeton Film Review
ENG 360 - Modern Fiction
ENG 361 - Fictions and Frictions of Love
ENG 362 - Modern Poetry
ENG 364 - Modern Drama I
ENG 367 - American Women Writers
ENG 368 - American Literature: 1930-Present
ENG 369 - Irish Modernisms
ENG 369 – Contemporary Science Fiction/Speculative Fiction
ENG 370 - Contemporary Fiction
ENG 371 - Contemporary Poetry
ENG 372 - Contemporary Drama
ENG 374 - Life Writing: The Art of Biography
ENG 374 - Modern American Women Poets
ENG 375 - Topics in Film: All About Hitchcock
ENG 376 - Curious Aesthetics: Twentieth-Century American Musical Theatre
ENG 378 - E. M. Forster and Virginia Woolf
ENG 380 - World Drama
ENG 382 - Contemporary African American Literature and Culture: Identity, Inquiry, and Instability
ENG 382 - International Theatre: Plays and Politics
ENG 384 – The Poems and Plays of Seamus Heaney
ENG 385 - Children's Literature
ENG 387 – Introduction to Irish Studies
ENG 388 - The Female Literary Tradition
ENG 389 - Women Writers of the African Diaspora
ENG 396 - Queer Theory
ENG 397 - New Diasporas: Black British Literature
ENG 398 - Science Fiction in Global Perspective
ENG 399 - Contemporary Experimental American Literature and Visual Cultur
ENG 399 - Literature and Culture after 9/11
ENG 401 - Forms of Literature
ENG 402 - Forms of Literature
ENG 403 - Forms of Literature
ENG 404 - Forms of Literature
ENG 405 - Topics in Poetry
ENG 406 - Magical Realism
ENG 408 - Women in American Theater: Doing Gender, Race, Sexuality Onstage and Off
ENG 409 - Topics in Drama
ENG 410 - Jewish Identity and Performance in the US
ENG 411 - Major Author(s)
ENG 412 - Major Author(s)
ENG 415 - Topics in Literature and Ethics
ENG 416 - Topics in Literature and Ethics
ENG 417 - Topics in Postcolonial Literature
ENG 418 - Topics in Postcolonial Literature
ENG 419 - Rise of the Graphic Novel
ENG 425/COM 429 - Bollywood Cinema
GSS 319 - U. S. Women Writers
GSS 336 - Crime, Gender, and American Culture
GSS 365 - Isn't It Romantic? The Broadway Musical from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Sondheim
GSS 403 - For Your Viewing Pleasure: Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary American Theatre, Film, and Popular
GSS 369/ENG 334 - Writing the Body
REL 383 - American Scriptures
SLA 395 - Czeslaw Milosz: Poetry, Politics, History
SLA 417 - Vladimir Nabokov
SLA 412 - Chekhov
THR 304 - Christopher Durang: My Life in Art
THR 309 - Theatre and Society
THR 310 - The Musical Theatre of Stephen Sondheim: Process to Production
THR 313 - Dramaturgy Workshop: Hoodwinked
THR 316 - Modern Irish Theatre: Oscar Wilde to Martin McDonagh to Riverdance
THR 326 - Criticism Workshop
THR 327 – Locked Up: Theatre, Literature and Cinema of Coercive Confinement in Ireland
THR 330 - Special Topics in Performance Practice
THR 331 - Special Topics in Performance History and Theory
THR 384 - Ghosts, Vampires, and Zombies in Irish Theatre and Literature

Foundation Courses - 1 Diasporas

AAS 306 - Frederick Douglass and the Long 19th Century
AAS 310 - Music from the Hispanophone Caribbean
AAS 312 - Migration and Exile in Caribbean Literature and Culture
AAS 320 – Islands in the Sun: Caribbean Literature
AAS 324 - Race, Sex, and the Marriage Plot in American Film Comedies
AAS 325 – African American Autobiography
AAS 327 – 20th Century Master: Lorraine Hansberry
AAS 328 - City Narratives: The Urban Landscape in Contemporary African American Literature
AAS 329 - Chinatown USA
AAS 340 - Shades of Passing
AAS 345 – Sonic Fugitives: The Soundscapes of the African American Literary Tradition
AAS 348 - Black Popular Music Culture
AAS 353 - African American Literature: Origins to 1910
AAS 359/ENG 366 - African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to Present
AAS 365 - Migration and the Literary Imagination
AAS 387 - Black Women and Popular Music Culture from Modernity to the Millennium
AAS 392/ENG 392 - Fictions of Black Urban Life
AAS 392 - Topics in African American Literature
AAS 412 - Cultures of the Afro-Diaspora
AAS 428 - Latina/o Performance
AMS 360 - Afro-Asian Masculinities
COM 351- Great Books from Little Languages
COM 373 –World Literature: Comparative Cosmologies
COM 376/ENG 377/AAS 371/GSS 381 - Crafting Freedom: Women and Liberation in the Americas (1960s to the Present)
GSS 345 – Pleasure, Power, and Profit: Race and Sexualities in a Global Era
ENG 319 - What Was African American Literature? Reading Black Literature in the 21st C.
ENG 324 – Violence as Metaphor: The 1916 Uprising in Dublin
ENG 337 - The Literary South
ENG 353 - The Drama of Making America: Staging Race from the Revolution to the Civil War
ENG 354 - Irish Comic Fiction from Swift to Roddy Doyle
ENG 354 – Slavery, Freedom, and the Archive
ENG 354 - The Great War in Irish Theater, Literature and Art
ENG 354 – An Introduction to Latino Literature
ENG 355 - Nationalism and Internationalism in the North American Novel
ENG 356 - Topics in American Literature
ENG 358 - Irish Modernisms
ENG 369 – Irish Modernisms
ENG 380 - World Drama
ENG 382 - Contemporary African American Literature and Culture: Identity, Inquiry, and Instability
ENG 382 - International Theatre: Plays and Politics
ENG 384/ENV 383 - Environmental Justice Through Literature and Film
ENG 386 – Literature and Environment
ENG 387 – Introduction to Irish Studies
ENG 389 - Women Writers of the African Diaspora
ENG 397 - New Diasporas: African and Caribbean Writers
ENG 397 – New Diasporas: Black British Literature
ENG 398 – Science Fiction in Global Perspective
ENG 402 - Forms of Literature in term 1162
ENG 404 – Forms of Literature: Contemporary Irish Literature
ENG 406 - Magical Realism
ENG 410 - Jewish Identity and Performance in the US
ENG 411 - Major Author(s)
ENG 416/COM 431 - Topics in Literature and Ethics
ENG 417/COM 423/AFS 416 - Topics in Postcolonial Literature
ENG 418 - Topics in Postcolonial Literature
ENG 425/COM 429 – Bollywood Cinema
HIS 457 -  Violence as Metaphor: The 1916 Uprising in Dublin
THR 316 - Modern Irish Theatre: Oscar Wilde to Martin McDonagh to Riverdance
THR 327 – Locked Up: Theatre, Literature and Cinema of Coercive Confinement in Ireland
THR 331 - Special Topics in Performance History and Theory Topic No: 10
THR 384 - Ghosts, Vampires, and Zombies in Irish Theatre and Literature

Foundation Courses – 1 Theory and Criticism

AAS 329 - Chinatown
AMS 358 - Electronic Literature: Lineage, Theory, and Contemporary Practice
COM 303 - Comparative History of Literary Theory
COM 351 –Great Books from Little Languages
COM 373 - World Literature: Comparative Cosmologies
ECS 342 -   Literature and Photography
ENV 347 - What Environmental Arts & Humanities Are Good For
ENV 357 – Empire of the Ark: Animals, Ecologies, and Visual Cultur
ENV 363 – Writing the Environment Through Creative Nonfiction
ENV 388 - Theories of Literature and the Environment
GER 306 - German Intellectual History Topic No: 13
GSS 373/ENG 332 - Graphic Memoir
GSS 400 - Contemporary Theories of Gender and Sexuality
GSS 403 – For Your Viewing Pleasure: Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary American Theatre, Film, and Popular
HUM 346/ENG 349 – Introduction to Digital Humanities
THR 300 - Acting, Being, Doing, and Making: Introduction to Performance Studies
THR 331 - Special Topics in Performance History and Theory
ENG 301 - Satire: Mockery and Reform from Aristophanes to South Park
ENG 305 - Contemporary Literary Theory
ENG 306 - History of Criticism
ENG 307 - Psychoanalysis and Narrative
ENG 308 - American Cinema
ENG 343 – Word and Image: 19th Century Literature and Art
ENG 349 - Science Fiction, Past and Present
ENG 349 – Introduction to Digital Humanities
ENG 353 – The Undead
ENG 355 - British Cinema
ENG 359 - Film and Television Review: The Princeton Buffer
ENG 369 – Contemporary Science Fiction/Speculative Fiction
ENG 374 - Modern American Women Poets
ENG 376 - Curious Aesthetics: Twentieth-Century American Musical Theatre
ENG 378 - The Sentence: Prose Style as Study and Practice
ENG 384/ENV 383 -Environmental Justice Through Literature and Film
ENG 386 - Literature and Environment
ENG 396/GSS 396 - Queer Theory
ENG 397 - New Diasporas: African and Caribbean Writers
ENG 403 - Forms of Literature in term 1154
ENG 404 – Forms of Literature: Forms of Comedy
ENG 406 – Magical Realism
ENG 416/COM 431 - Topics in Literature and Ethics
ENG 417/COM 423/AFS 416 - Topics in Postcolonial Literature
ENG 422 – Loss and Longing in the Anglo-Saxon Age