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2014-15 Graduate Course List

Please note that the courses listed in the schedules on the following PDF pages are subject to change. The official schedule of classes is on Schedule of Classes.

Graduate Level Courses and Seminars

Fall 2014:          Seminar Descriptions

ENG 528 Old English I
Bayless, Martha
*This course counts as a seminar and meets the language competency requirement for the MA and the PhD.
ENG 608 Workshop: Job Placement Quigley, Mark
ENG 612 Composition: GTF Seminar II Gershow, Miriam
ENG 613 GTF Composition Apprenticeship Gershow, Miriam
ENG 615 Advanced Studies in Literary Theory: Performance Studies Gilman, Lisa
ENG 645 18th Century Literature: Writing the Journey: travel, mobility and displacement in theory and text Bohls, Elizabeth
ENG 660 American Lit: American Indian Literature, Wounded Knee 1968 Brown, Kirby
ENG 660 American Literature: Contemporary Black Fiction Thorsson, Courtney
ENG 670 Modern Literature: Cultures of American Modernism Whalan, Mark
ENG 690 Introduction to Graduate Studies Bovilsky, Lara
ENG 695 Film Studies: Film Theory Gopal, Sangita
FLR  681 History of Folklore Theory & Research Wojcik, Daniel

Winter 2015      Seminar Descriptions

ENG 529 Old English II: Love & War
Bayless, Martha
*This course counts as a seminar and meets the language competency requirement for the MA and the PhD.
ENG 607 Seminar: Shakespeare and Levinas (Inside/Out)
Shankman, Steven
**Most course meetings will take place in a Salem-area penitentiary. Transportation will be provided.
ENG 611 Composition GTF Seminar I Bergquist, Carolyn
ENG 614 Introduction to Literary & Cultural Theory Gopal, Sangita
ENG 620 Medieval Literature: Gift Theory & Medieval Literature Clark, Stephanie
ENG 650 19th Century Literature: Victorian Poetry Alfano, Veronica
ENG 660 American Literature: Ecocritical Approaches to Race & Ethnicity Wald, Sarah
ENG 660 American Literature: Ethnic Impersonation Fickle, Tara
ENG 695 Film Studies: Queer Television Studies Miller, Quinn
FLR 684 Folklore Fieldwork Gilman, Lisa

Spring 2015       Seminar Descriptions

ENG 530 Old English III: Dragons in Beowulf Clark, Stephanie
*This course counts as a seminar and meets the language competency requirement for the MA and the PhD.
ENG 608 Workshop: Teaching Literature & Film Peppis, Paul
ENG 613 GTF Composition Apprenticeship Gershow, Miriam
ENG 620 Medieval Lit: The Gawain Poet: transgression and ‘the medieval’ Laskaya, Anne
ENG 630 Renaissance Literature: Donne, Herbert & Marvell Saunders, Benjamin
ENG 650 19th Century Literature: Science, Sex & Victorian Novel Brilmyer,Pearl
ENG 660 American Literature: Contemporary American Lit & Pop Culture: A Writing-Intensive Seminar Wheeler, Elizabeth
ENG 660 American Literature: Chestnutt & Dunbar Wonham, Henry
ENG 660 American Literature: Racial Form & Nation State Luk, Sharon
ENG 670 Modern Literature: WB Yeats & Irish Modernism Quigley, Mark
ENG 691 Composition Theory: Rhetorical Capabilities Crosswhite, James