Courses by Distribution Requirement

Prerequisites (1 ENG 205, 206, 207, 208 or 209) 
  
ENG 205Reading Literature: Poetry
ENG 206Reading Literature: Fiction
ENG 207Reading Literature: Drama
ENG 208Reading Literature: The Essay
ENG 209Reading Literature: Theory
  
AND 
  

English Literature Prerequisite (1 ENG 200)

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

200 Level Courses

ENG 201American Literary History (Can count as American Foundation)
ENG 210Princeton University Reads
ENG 211Dirty Words: Satire, Slander, and Society
ENG 212/AAS 212What’s So Funny? Forms of African American Humor
ENG 215Introduction to Science Fiction
ENG 217Gore and Glory: Early Heroic Literature
ENG 218An Unnatural History of the Middle Ages
ENG 219/TRA 219/LAO 219Translating America
ENG 220Crime, Fiction, and Film
ENG 221/MUS 222Words vs. Music: The Song in Modern Times
ENG 222Fanfiction:  Transformative Works from Shakespeare
ENG 223Literature, Food, and the American Racial Diet
ENG 224Asian American Literature and Cultures
ENG 225Introduction to Asian American Studies
ENG 226The American Self
ENG 227/GSS 222American Identities in the 21st Century
ENG 228/HUM 226/THR 228Introduction to Irish Studies
ENG 230Public Speaking
ENG 232Literature, Food, and the American Racial Diet
ENG 390/HUM 270/COM 207The Bible as Literature
AAS 230/ENG 231Topics in African-American Studies
AAS 242/ENG 242Introduction to Modern Caribbean Literature
HUM 224/ENG 226Frankenstein 200
LAC 210/ENG 213The Lucid Black and Proud Musicology of Leroi Jones/Amiri Baraka
LIN 201/ENG 241Introduction to Language and Linguistics
LIN 240/ENG 240Origins and Nature of English Vocabulary
  

ENG 300

Junior Seminar

  

Foundation Courses - British (limited to one Shakespeare course)

COM 372/ENG 303The Gothic Tradition
COM 397/ENG 427Sex, Violence, Sacrilege in Enlightenment Fiction
COM 421/ENG 423Lyric Language and Form I: Renaissance to Romantic
ENG 301Satire: Mockery and Reform from Aristophanes to South Park
ENG 304Medieval Travel Literature: Destinations to Die for
ENG 310The Old English Period
ENG 311/MED 309The Medieval Period
ENG 312Chaucer
ENG 313The Erotics of Medieval Literature
ENG 314The Medieval Romance: Writing Sex and Death
ENG 315Shakespeare and Performance
ENG 316Inventing the English Novel
ENG 320Shakespeare I
ENG 321Shakespeare II
ENG 322Spenser
ENG 323The 16th Century
ENG 325Milton
ENG 326The 17th Century
ENG 327The English Drama to 1700
ENG 328Topics in the Renaissance
ENG 329Topics in the Renaissance
ENG 330English Literature of the 18th Century
ENG 331English Fiction before 1800
ENG 336Shakespeare 450: Shakespeare and the Contemporary British Theater
ENG 338Topics in 18th-Century Literature
ENG 339Topics in 18th-Century Literature
ENG 340Romanticism and the Age of Revolution
ENG 381Laughter, Vice and Delusion: Satire and Satirists, 1500-1700
ENG 384/THR 338Verse in Shows: Poetry on Stage, 405 B.C.E.-2015 A.D.
ENG 401Forms of Literature Topic
ENG 421/MED 421Beowulf
ENG 422/MED 422Loss and Longing in the Anglo-Saxon Era: Elegy & Elegiac
HIS 461/ENG 461Writing a World: Encounters With Difference, 1650-1850
THR 338/ENG 301/com 343Comedies of Error

Foundation Courses - American

ENG 201American Literary History
ENG 335American Literature before 1825
ENG 336American Madness
ENG 350Literature of the American Renaissance, 1820-1860
ENG 351American Literature: 1865-1930
ENG 356Topics in American Literature
ENG 357Topics in American Literature
ENG 391NEW course TBA
ENG 403Forms of Literature
ENG 411Major Author(s): Emerson/Douglass
AAS 353/ENG 352African American Literature: Origins to 1910
GSS 336/ENG 384Crime, Gender, and American Culture

Foundation Courses - Modernity

AAS 324/ENG 383Race, Sex, and the Marriage Plot in American Film Comedies
AAS 327/ENG 379/GSS 36820th Century Master: Lorraine Hansberry
AAS 359African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to Present
CHV 375/ENG 374/COM 364Clues, Evidence, Detection: Law Stories
COM 306/ENG 317The Modern European Novel
COM 341/ENG 381/ECS 341/HUM 341What is Vernacular Filmmaking?
COM 376/ENG 377/AAS 371/GSS 381Crafting Freedom: Women and Liberation in the Americas (1960s to the Present)
COM 387/ENGA Different Kind of Cinema: Can Contemporary Film Makers Resist Hollywood?
ECS 310/ENG 324/GER 335/COM 313European Romanticism and the Emergence of Modern War
ECS 342/COM 382/ENG 355Literature and Photography
ENV 363/ENG 337Writing the Environment Through Creative Nonfiction
ENV 369/ENG 383Environmental Imaginings and Global Change
ENG 308American Cinema
ENG 309American Comics
ENG 309Graphic Novels and Comics
ENG 315Writing About Family
ENG 319What Was African American Literature? Reading Black Literature in the 21st C.
ENG 324 Ulysses
ENG 333Austen, Bronte, Eliot: Abandoning the Marriage Plot
ENG 341The Later Romantics
ENG 343Word and Image: 19th Century Literature and Art
ENG 34519th-Century Fiction
ENG 34619th-Century Poetry
ENG 348Late Victorian Literature: Decadence and Rebellion
ENG 349Science Fiction: Past and Present
ENG 354The Great War in Irish Theater, Literature and Art
ENG 355British Cinema
ENG 355Nationalism and Internationalism in the North American Novel
ENG 356Topics in American Literature
ENG 357Topics in American Literature
ENG 358Sex, Violence, Death, and Other Entertainments for Kids: Challenging Drama for Youth
ENG 358Irish Modernisms
ENG 360Modern Fiction
ENG 362Modern Poetry
ENG 364Modern Drama I
ENG 368American Literature: 1930-Present
ENG 369Irish Modernisms
ENG 369Contemporary Science Fiction/Speculative Fiction
ENG 370Contemporary Fiction
ENG 372Contemporary Drama
ENG 374Modern American Women Poets
ENG 375Topics in Film: All About Hitchcock
ENG 376/THR 376Curious Aesthetics: Twentieth-Century American Musical Theatre
ENG 377/COM 386 (formally ENG 425)Bollywood Cinema
ENG 380/COM 358World Drama
ENG 382/THR 382International Theatre: Plays and Politics
ENG 385Children's Literature
ENG 387Introduction to Irish Studies
ENG 388/GSS 399The Female Literary Tradition
ENG 389Women Writers of the African Diaspora
ENG 396Queer Theory
ENG 397/AAS 397/COM 339New Diasporas: Black British Literature
ENG 401Forms of Literature
ENG 402Forms of Literature
ENG 403Forms of Literature
ENG 404Forms of Literature
ENG 405Topics in Poetry
ENG 406Magical Realism
ENG 409Topics in Drama
ENG 410Jewish Identity and Performance in the US
ENG 411Major Author(s)
ENG 412Major Author(s)
ENG 413Major Author(s)
ENV 363/ENG 337Writing the Environment Through Creative Nonfiction
ENV 369/ENG 383Environmental Imaginings and Global Change
GSS 319/ENG 319U. S. Women Writers
GSS 336/ENG 384Crime, Gender, and American Culture
GSS 365/ENG 365/THR 369/AMS 365Isn't It Romantic? The Broadway Musical from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Sondheim
GSS 369/ENG 334Writing the Body
REL 383/ENG 332American Scriptures
SLA 412/ENG 407Chekhov
SLA 417/ENG 424/COM 418Vladimir Nabokov
THR 304/ENG 369Christopher Durang: My Life in Art
THR 310/ENG 318The Musical Theatre of Stephen Sondheim: Process to Production
THR 326/ENG 314Criticism Workshop
THR 327/ENG 337Locked Up: Theatre, Literature and Cinema of Coercive Confinement in Ireland
THR 330/ENG 336/MUS 328/MTD 330Special Topics in Performance Practice
THR 331/ENG 398/COM 365Special Topics in Performance History and Theory
THR 343/ENG 304Some Contemporary Shakespearean Afterlives
THR 384/ENG 387Ghosts, Vampires, and Zombies in Irish Theatre and Literature

Foundation Courses - Diasporas

AAS 310/ENG 324/MUS 256Music from the Hispanophone Caribbean
AAS 324/ENGRace, Sex, and the Marriage Plot in American Film Comedies
AAS 325/ENG 393/REL 366African American Autobiography
AAS 327/ENG 379/GSS 36820th Century Master: Lorraine Hansberry
AAS 329/ENG 415Chinatown USA
AAS 353/ENG 352African American Literature: Origins to 1910
AAS 359/ENG 366African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to Present
AAS 365Migration and the Literary Imagination
AAS 392/ENG 412Topics in African American Literature: African American Literature and Law
AAS 392/ENG 392Fictions of Black Urban Life
AAS 412Cultures of the Afro-Diaspora
AAS 428Latina/o Performance
AMS 360/ENG 387Afro-Asian Masculinities
COM 351/ENG343Great Books from Little Languages
COM 376/ENG 377/AAS 371/GSS 381Crafting Freedom: Women and Liberation in the Americas (1960s to the Present)
GSS 345/ENG 399/AAS 355/AMS 373Pleasure, Power, and Profit: Race and Sexualities in a Global Era
ENG 319/AAS 319What Was African American Literature? Reading Black Literature in the 21st C.
ENG 337/AAS 337/LAS 354The Literary South
ENG 354/AMS 354/LAO 354The Great War in Irish Theater, Literature and Art
ENG 354Introduction to Latino Literature and Culture: Latina/o Literary Worlds
ENG 354/LAO 354/AMS 354We Out Here: An Introduction to Latino Literature and Culture
ENG 356Topics in American Literature
ENG 358Irish Modernism
ENG 369Irish Modernism
ENG 377/COM 386 (formerly ENG 425)Bollywood Cinema
ENG 379/AAS 379/AMS 379/ART 380Black Aesthetics
ENG 380/COM 358/THR 380World Drama
ENG 382/THR 382International Theatre: Plays and Politics
ENG 384/ENV 383Environmental Justice Through Literature and Film
ENG 397/AAS 397/COM 339New Diasporas: Black British Literature
ENG 402Forms of Literature
ENG 404Forms of Literature
ENG 406Magical Realism
ENG 410Jewish Identity and Performance in the U.S.
ENG 411Major Author(s)
ENG 416/COM 431Topics in Literature and Ethics
ENG 417/COM 423/AFS 416Topics in Postcolonial Literature
ENG 418Topics in Postcolonial Literature
MUS 307/HUM 307/ENG 313The Irish Oral Tradition

Foundation Courses - Theory and Criticism

AAS 329/ENG 415Chinatown
AMS 358/ENG 355Electronic Literature: Lineage, Theory, and Contemporary Practice
COM 401Types of Ideology and Literary Form
COM 351/TRA 351/ENG 361Great Books from Little Languages
ECS 342/COM 342/ENG 363Literature and Photography
ENV 347/ENG 384/AMS 352/HUM 347/ART 389What Environmental Arts & Humanities Are Good For
ENV 357/ENG 398Empire of the Ark: Animals, Ecologies, and Visual Culture
ENV 363/ENG 337Writing the Environment Through Creative Nonfiction
GSS 373/ENG 332Graphic Memoir
GSS 400/ENG 400Contemporary Feminist Theory
HUM 346/ENG 349Introduction to Digital Humanities
ENG 305Contemporary Literary Theory
ENG 306History of Criticism
ENG 307Psychoanalysis and Narrative
ENG 308American Cinema
ENG 319/AMS 322About Faces
ENG 343Word and Image: 19th Century Literature and Art
ENG 349Science Fiction, Past and Present
ENG 349/HUM 346Introduction to Digital Humanities
ENG 353The Undead
ENG 355British Cinema
ENG 359Film and Television Review: The Princeton Buffer
ENG 369Contemporary Science Fiction/Speculative Fiction
ENG 376Curious Aesthetics: Twentieth-Century American Musical Theatre
ENG 378The Sentence: Prose Style as Study and Practice
ENG 379/AAS 379/AMS 389/ART 380Black Aesthetics
ENG 384/ENV 383Environmental Justice Through Literature and Film
ENG 386Literature and Environment
ENG 394/GSS/AMSGhosts, Vampires and Liminal Creatures in Film and U.S. History
ENG 396/GSS 396Queer Theory
ENG 397New Diasporas: African and Caribbean Writers
ENG 398The Disabled Body
ENG 400Touching Books: An Introduction to the History of Books
ENG 403Forms of Literature in term 1154
ENG 404Forms of Literature: Forms of Comedy
ENG 416/COM 431Topics in Literature and Ethics
ENG 417/COM 423/AFS 416Topics in Postcolonial Literature
MUS 307/HUM 307/ENG 313The Irish Oral Tradition
THR 300/ENG 373Introduction to Performance Studies
THR 331/ENG 398/COM 365Special Topics in Performance History and Theory