The temporary course number for the introductory sequence, ENG 301, 302, 303, will be listed as ENG 399: Foundations of the English Major (CRN: 17054).
The temporary course number for the lower-division Genre course, ENG 205, will be listed as ENG 199: Genre: Lyric(s) (CRN: 12063).
Once the actual course numbers are finalized by the Registrar, they will appear on your transcripts as ENG 301: Foundations of the English Major and/or ENG 205 Genre: Lyric(s). (more…)
UO English Upper-Division Summer Courses with Open Spots. Peruse course descriptions here.
- Summer Session 1
- ENG 300: Introduction to Literary Criticism (Satisfies Theory/Criticism major requirement): MTWR 6/20-7/17, 1000-1150. CRN 40776, Upton.
- ENG 325: Literature of the Northwest (Counts toward 1789+): MTWR 6/20-7/17, 1400-1550. 40778, Witte.
- ENG410/510 Horror and Science Fiction Comics (Counts toward 1789+ or Upper Division Electives): MTWR 6/20-7/17, 1200-1350. 42261, Saunders.
Summer Session 2 (more…)
There is also an interview with Curator Ben Saunders on KLCC 89.7.
New! An article in Eugene Weekly by Aaron Ragan-Fore, “Raising Eyebrows”
UO undergraduates: Join the English Undergraduate Organization for the 3rd Annual trip to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival to see Vietgone, a “brash new comedy” in which “three young Vietnamese immigrants make their way through the bewildering landscape of 1970s America,” on May 7, 2016 at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival!
Here’s how to reserve your spot: (more…)
Explore Ireland this summer and earn up to 14 UO credits on the Galway summer program with UO English professor Mark Quigley. Choose from courses in Irish history, literature, music, theatre, religion, and the Gaelic language and fulfill up to two upper-division English major requirements. You can find more information on the program here (http://ow.ly/10tVJe) and here (http://ow.ly/10tVLR). (more…)
UO English Professor Martha Bayless, along with her colleague, Debby Banham of the University of Cambridge, was awarded the prestigious American Council of Learned Societies Collaborate Research Fellowship. (more…)
There are still a few requirement-satisfying Spring term ENG courses with open spots! (more…)
The profile highlights Prof. LeMenager’s cutting edge research in environmental humanities and her innovative work in the classroom. Read the full story here.
The course, part of the Disability Studies Initiative and funded by Tom and Carol Williams Fund for Undergraduate Education, will bring “together University of Oregon students and people with disabilities in the community to interview each other about their lives and craft a public theater performance from these life stories.” (more…)