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English Syllabi 400/500

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Instructor

Term

Syllabus

ENG 407 Senses of Place in American Literature Rossi Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 407 St. Louis Seminar in Border Theory Vázquez Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 407 St. Louis Seminar: Robert Frost Gage Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 407 Senior Seminar:The Gawain-Poet Laskaya Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 407 Literature & State in America Whalan Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 407 The Romantic Novel Bohls Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 410/510 Dante and Chaucer Ginsberg Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 410/510 Irish Literature: 1945-Present Quigley Winter 15 On file in office
ENG 410/510 Popular Modernisms Peppis Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 410/510 Literature & the State Whalan Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 410/510 Writer, Teacher, Student, Scholar Rumbarger Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 410/510 Hemingway & Film Clark Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 410/510 The Gift in Medieval Literature Clark Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 410/510 Writing for Comics Bendis Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 410/510 Transnational Modernisms Whalan Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 412/512 Literary Editing Witte Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 412/512 Literary Editing Witte Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 413/513 Theories of Literacy Wood Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 413/513 Theories of Literacy Wood Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 419/519 Contemporary Literary Theory Pyle Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 420/520 Art of the Sentence Bergquist Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 420/520 Art of the Sentence Bergquist Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 423 The Age of Beowulf Clark Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 423 The Age of Beowulf Clark Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 425 Medieval Romance Laskaya Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 427 Chaucer Ginsberg Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 427 Chaucer Laskaya Summer 14 Syllabus
ENG 427 Chaucer Laskaya Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 428/528 Old English I Bayless Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 428/528 Old English I Bayless Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 429/529 Old English II Bayless Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 429/529 Old English II:Shorter Poems Bayless Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 430/530 Old English III: Beowulf Clark Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 430/530 Old English III: Beowulf Clark Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 438/538 Shakespeare’s Rivals Rowe Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 440/540 17th Century Poetry & Prose Saunders Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 442/542 Milton Bovilsky Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 446/546 Restoration and 18th Century Literature Dugaw Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 448/548 The Global 18th Century Bohls Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 448/548 The Global 18th Century Bohls Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 451/551 19C British Studies: Aestheticism Pyle Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 451/551 Victorian London Literature Kaufman Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 454/554 English Romantic Writers: What is Romanticism? Pyle Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 457/557 Victorian Literature & Culture: Victorian Poetry Alfano Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 461/561 American Lit. to 1800: Early American Literature through film Sayre Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 462/562 19th Century American Literature Rossi Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 466/566 Colonial American Autobiography: Narratives of Self-Transformation Sayre Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 468/568 Contemporary Black Fiction Thorsson Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 469/569 Thinking about Animals LeMenager Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 469/569 Thinking about Animals LeMenager Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 469/569 Eco-Collapse: Representing Human/Environmental Disasters Westling Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 475 Modern Poetry McKeown Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 476/576 Modern Fiction Wickes Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 479/579 Pivotal Writers: Dryden & Behn Dugaw Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 479/579 Major Authors: Virginia Woolf Westling Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 479/579 Edith Wharton & Henry James Wonham Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 479/579 What is a Brontë Author? Kaufman Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 480/580 Modern American Superhero Saunders Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 485/585 Television Studies Miller Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 485/585 Television Studies Miller Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 486/586 Serious Play: Games as Theory & Culture Fickle Spring 15 Syllabus
ENG 486/586 New Media & Digital Culture Miller Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 488/588 Native American Literature & Film Brown Winter 15 Syllabus
ENG 488/588 Native American Literature & Film Brown Spring 14 Syllabus
ENG 490/590 Comedy & Grotesque Karlyn Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 491/591 Rhetoric and Ethics Gage Fall 13 Syllabus
ENG 492/592 The History of Rhetoric & Composition Crosswhite Fall 14 Syllabus
ENG 493/593 Rhetorical Criticism Crosswhite Winter 14 Syllabus
ENG 494/594 Reasoning, Speaking, Writing Crosswhite Spring 14 Syllabus