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Course #

Title

Instructor

Term

Syllabus

ENG 607 Medical Humanities and Life Writing Wood Winter 16 Syllabus
ENG 611 Composition GTF Seminar I Bergquist Winter 16 Syllabus
ENG 613 GTF Composition Apprentice Gershow Winter 16 Syllabus
ENG 645 BEGGARS’ OPERAS Then & Now Dugaw Winter 16 Syllabus
ENG 650 George Eliot and the Science of Description Brilmyer Winter 16 Syllabus
ENG 660 Latina/o Speculative Realism & Environmental Justice Vázquez Winter 16 Syllabus
ENG 691 Topics in Composition Theory: Aristotle’s Poetics and Rhetoric in the 20th and 21st Centuries Gage Winter 16 Syllabus
FLR 684 Seminar Folklore Fieldwork Gilman Winter 16 Syllabus
ENG 612 Composition GTF Seminar II Gershow Fall 15 Syllabus
ENG 613 GTF Composition Apprentice Gershow Fall 15 Syllabus
ENG 620 Medieval Popular Narratives Bayless Fall 15 Syllabus
ENG 650 Nineteenth-Century Archival In(ter)ventions Kaufman Fall 15 Syllabus
ENG 660 Thoreau, Melville, and Secularization Rossi Fall 15 Syllabus
ENG 670 Popular Modernisms Peppis Fall 15 Syllabus
ENG 690 Introduction Graduate Studies Bohls Fall 15 Syllabus
ENG 695 Media Aesthetics Ovalle Fall 15 Syllabus
ENG 608 Teaching Literature Workshop Laskaya Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 613 GTF Composition Apprentice Gershow Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 620 The Gawain Poet: Transgression and the Medieval Laskaya Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 630 Top Donne/Herbert/Marvell Saunders Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 660 Contemporary US Lit and Pop Culture Wheeler Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 607 Levinas & Shakespeare (Inside-Out) Shankman Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 611 Comp GTF Seminar I Bergquist Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 613 GTF Composition Apprentice Gershow Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 614 Introduction to Literary & Cultural Theory Gopal Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 620 Gift Theory and Medieval Literature Clark Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 650 19th Century Literature: Victorian Poetry Alfano Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 660 American Literature: Ethnic Impersonation Fickle Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 660 Ecocritical Approaches to Race & Ethnicity Wald Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 695 Queer TV Studies Miller Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 615 Performance Studies Gilman Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 645 Writing the Journey: travel, mobility & displacement in theory & text Bohls Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 660 Native American Writing & the Politics of Form: Between Wounded Knee and the “Renaissance” Brown Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 660 Contemporary Black Fiction Thorsson Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 670 Cultures of American Modernism Whalan Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 690 Introduction Graduate Studies Bovilsky Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 695 Film Theory Gopal Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 608 Teaching Literature Workshop Peppis Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 613 GTF Composition Apprentice Gershow Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 645 Ballad Revival Dugaw Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 650 19th Century British Sensorium Pyle Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 660 Gwendolyn Brooks & 20th Century African American Poetry Ford Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 670 Asian American Fiction Li Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 691 Topic in Composition Theory: Kenneth Burke Crosswhite Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 607 The Cultures of Climate Change LeMenager Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 611 Comp GTF Seminar I Bergquist Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 613 GTF Composition Apprentice Gershow Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 614 Introduction to Literary & Cultural Theory Sayre Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 630 Early Modern Selfhood Bovilsky Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 660 Thoreau & Darwin Rossi Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 695 Cinema & Modernity Aronson Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 607 Narrative, Medicine & the Body Wood Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 612 Composition GTF Seminar II Gershow Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 630 Renaissance Literature: Spenser’s Faerie Queene Rowe Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 650 Victorian London Geographies Kaufman Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 660 Latina/o Literature & U.S. Environmental Thinking Vazquez Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 690 Introduction Graduate Studies Bovilsky Fall 13 Syllabus