Courses by Distribution Requirement

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FALL 2022 (updated 8/9/2022)  
   
COURSE NUMBERTITLEDISTRIBUTION
ENG 300, S01Junior Seminar: Wild Writing: Literary Acts with Animal Actors (Anderson, Sarah M.)JRS
ENG 300, S02Junior Seminar: Women and Men Write Poetry: Genesis of Modernity (Nigel Smith)JRS
ENG 300, S03Junior Seminar: Latinx Letters: Reading Latinidad, Literature and Art (Christina León)JRS
ENG 425/COM 462Topics in London: Writing, Belonging, Voice (Robbie Richardson)JRS, LCH, or DD
   
ENG 206Making and Remaking FictionPost-1900
ENG 216/AMS 216/GSS 214Wounded BeautyTC; 1700- 1900
ENG 228/THR 228Introduction to Irish StudiesDD
ENG 261/AMS 357Conspiracy in AmericaTC; Post-1900
ENG 294Literature & Fashion 
ENG 298Myth and Mythography in the Early Modern WorldPre-1700
   
ENG 305Contemporary Literary TheoryTC
ENG 306History of CriticismTC
ENG 311/ MED 309The Medieval Period: Arthurian LiteraturePre-1700
ENG 320/THR 310Shakespeare: Towards HamletPre-1700
ENG 328/ GSS 407Topics in Renaissance: Erotic PoetryTC; Pre-1700
ENG 340/ECS 368Romanticism and the Age of Revolutions1700-1900
ENG 354/ AAS 354/ THR 351Black Dramatists in the English-Speaking WorldDD; Post-1900
ENG 375Wilderness TalesLCH
ENG 390/COM 392/HUM 390Bible as Literature

Pre-1700

ENG 401Allegory: Chaucer to Colson Whitehead 
ENG 403Forms of Literature: Gothic: Haunted FormDD; 1700-1900; Post-1900
ENG 405Topics in Poetry: Early Modern Verse by Women and MenDD; Pre-1700
ENG 407The Art of ComedyTC; Post-1900
ENG 425Topics in London: TBA 
   
   
CROSS-LISTED:  
   
AAS 353/ ENG 352African American Literature: Origins to 1910LCH; DD
AMS 101America Then and Now 
AMS 322/ ENG 242Native American LiteratureDD
ASA 201/ENG 209Introduction to Asian American StudiesDD; LCH
ASA 390/ENG 490The Power of the Media in an Evolving Asian Pacific AmericaDD
COM 322/ ENG 423Imagining the Mediterranean in Literature & Film: Itineraries, Traditions, OrdealsDD
ECS 342/ ENG 349Literature and Photography: Genealogies of PerceptionPost-1900
GSS 303/ ENG 283Feminist Futures: Contemporary S.F. by WomenDD
HUM 216Interdisciplinary Approaches to Western Culture I: Literature and the ArtsLCH
HUM 217Interdisciplinary Approaches to Western Culture I: History, Philosophy, and ReligionLCH
LOA 218/ ENG 258Latinx AutobiographyPost-1900; DD
THR 220/ ENG 226Theater & The Plague 
THR 359/ ENG 447The Plays and Films of Martin McDonaghPost-1900
   
 
   
   
SPRING 2023 (as of 11/14/2022)COURSE OFFERINGS 
   
COURSE NUMBERTITLEDISTRIBUTION
ENG 200Rewriting the World: Literatures in English, 1350 - 1850Pre-1700, LCH
ENG 246/ HUM 246/ CLA 246/ CWR 246Re-Writing the ClassicsDD
ENG 259/ AMS 259Film and Media Studies: AnimationPost-1900
ENG 269Sally Rooney and her ContemporariesPost-1900
ENG 275American TelevisionPost-1900
ENG 325/ COM 371MiltonPre-1700
ENG 341/ ECS 382The Later Romantics1700-1900
ENG 355British CinemaTC; Post-1900
ENG 358/ LAS 385/ AMS 396/ AAS 343Caribbean Lit and Culture: Island Imaginaries: Movement, Speculation, and Precarity in Caribbean LiteratureDD, Post-1900
ENG 387PhenomenologyDD, TC
ENG 388Topics in Critical Theory: Think SpaceTC
ENG 400/ MED 400Touching Books: An Introduction to the History of BooksPre-1700
ENG 401/ AMS 401Forms of Literature: American Short StoriesPost-1900
ENG 402/ MED 401Forms of Literature: Prehistories of CivilizationPre-1700
ENG 404/ NES 404/ AMS 402Forms of Literature: Writing RevolutionDD
ENG 405Topics in Poetry: Contemporary PoetryPost-1900
ENG 409/ THR 410/ HUM 409Topics in Drama: Performing HamletPre-1900; DD
ENG 411/AMS 411/AAS 413Major Author(s): Mourning America: Emerson and DouglassTC; DD; 1700-1900
ENG 448/ THR 448/ HUM 448/ COM 440Early Modern Amsterdam: Tolerant Eminence & the ArtsPre-1700
   
CROSS-LISTED ( as of 10/10/2022 subject to change)  
   
AAS 230/ ENG 231`Topics in African American Studies: The Fire This Time - Reading James BaldwinDD; Post-1900
AAS 326/ ENG 286Topics in African American Culture & Life: Black Speculative Fiction and The Black Radical ImaginationDD
AAS 359/ ENG 366African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to PresentDD; Post-1900
AAS 392/ ENG 392Topics in African American Literature: Reading Toni MorrisonDD; Post -1900
AMS 317/ ENG 249Sondheim's Musicals and the Making of AmericaPost-1900
AMS 334/ ENG 234American Genres: Westerns, Screwball Comedies, Film NoirPost-1900
AMS 404/ ENG 454Advanced Seminar in American Studies: "America": Writing the Public, Writing the SelfDD
AMS 415/ ENG 435Land and Story in Native AmericaDD
ASA  389/ ENG 289New York Stories: Asian Pacific American Art, Activism, Literature & FilmDD
ATL 499/ ENG 499Sites of Memory: Gender, Performance, and the LawDD
COM 207/ ENG 207What is Socialism? Literature and PoliticsTC
COM 322/ ENG 282Imagining the Mediterranean in Literature and Film: Itineraries Traditions OrdealsDD
COM 401/ ENG 419Seminar. Types of Ideology and Literary Form: Ethics, the Novel, and Pornography 
COM 464/ ENG 464Conversations: Jazz and LiteratureDD
GSS 400/ ENG 264Contemporary Theories of Gender and SexualityDD
HUM 307/ ENG 277Literature as DataTC, Post-1900
LAO 347/ ENG 247Latina/o Literature and FilmDD
THR 316/ ENG 217Modern Irish Theatre: Oscar Wilde to Martin McDonagh to RiverdancePost-1900