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May 26, 2022

ENG 365: Global Literature in English

ENG 365: Global Literature in English

TR 10:00 - 11:50 am  |  CRN 12066  |  Professor Ulrick Casimir  |  Students will learn about how literature from the Caribbean has been shaped by historical and cultural contexts, such as colonialism, slavery, and decolonization. The course will look at the intersection of cultural forms to consider how writing from the Caribbean has grown and shifted over the last hundred and fifty years.

May 20, 2022

ENG 106 - Intro to Poetry

ENG 106 - Intro to Poetry

ASYNC WEB (7/18 - 8/14)  |  CRN 41845  |  Professor Anna Carroll  |  From the battlefields of classical epics to the stages of slam poets, from the Japanese haiku to the Italian sonnet, from Shakespeare to Kendrick Lamar, this class will give students an overview of enduring poems and fresh approaches to lyricism and style.

ENG 104 - Intro to Fiction (Short Stories)

ENG 104: Introduction to Fiction (Short Stories)

ASYNC WEB 6/21 - 7/17  |  CRN 42283  |  Professor Eleanor Wakefield  |  What is a story, and what roles do stories play, for us as individuals and for our culture? What validates a particular interpretation of a literary text, and how do various interpretations contribute to our understanding of a story’s meaning? What is the relationship between the story being told and the language through which we read it?

ENG 205: Top Testimonio

ENG 205: Top Testimonio

ASYNC WEB (6/21 - 7/17)  |  CRN 42281  |  Instructor: José Cortez  |  This course will introduce students to the genre of testimonial literary discourse, or testimonio: an authentic narrative, told by a witness who is moved to narrate by the urgency of a situation (e.g., war, oppression, revolution, etc.).

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