Spring 2011

Course Title Section Instructor
CMLT214 Film Form and Culture 0101-0104
CMLT270 Global Literature and Social Change 0401, 0501
CMLT270 Global Literature and Social Change General
CMLT275 World Literature by Women General
CMLT277 Literature of the Americas General
CMLT280 Film Art in a Global Society General
CMLT498L The Jazz Paradigm 101
CMLT498N Cinema of Liberation 0101-0201
ENGL101 Academic Writing General
ENGL101A Academic Writing General
ENGL101H Academic Writing General
ENGL101M Academic Writing General
ENGL101S Academic Writing General
ENGL101X Academic Writing General
ENGL201 Literature of the Western World I: Ancient and Medieval General
ENGL202 Literature of the Western World II: Renaissance to Modern General
ENGL211 English Literature: Beginnings to 1800 General
ENGL212 English Literature from 1800 to the Present General
ENGL221 American Literature: Beginning to 1865 General
ENGL222 American Literature: 1865 to Present 0101-0109
ENGL234 Introduction to African-American Literature 0101-0110
ENGL241 Introduction to the Novel 0101-0108
ENGL243 Introduction to Poetry 0101-0112
ENGL243 Introduction to Poetry 201
ENGL244 Introduction to Drama General
ENGL245 Film and the Narrative Tradition: Hitchcock and Subversive Paranoia in American Culture 0101
ENGL245 Film and Narrative Tradition 0201
ENGL250 Introduction to Literature by Women General
ENGL265 Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Literature 101
ENGL278C Introduction to Creative Writing: African American Perspective 101
Turner, Valerie Jean
ENGL278W Literature in a Wired World 0101
ENGL278W Literature in a Wired World 0201
Ruppel, Marc
ENGL280 Film Art in a Global Society 0101
ENGL280 Introduction to the English Language General
ENGL281 Standard English Grammar, Usage, and Diction 101
ENGL282 Introduction to Rhetorical Theory General
ENGL289I Acting Human: Shakespeare and the Drama of Identity 0101-0106
ENGL289X Breaking News: Contemporary Literature, Media and State 0101-0106
ENGL293 Writing in a Wireless World 0101
ENGL294 Introduction to Creative Writing General
ENGL296 Beginning Fiction Workshop General
ENGL297 Beginning Poetry Workshop General
ENGL300 Writing about Literature 101
ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature 0601
ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature 101
ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature 401
ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature General
ENGL304 The Major Works of Shakespeare 0101-0104
ENGL305 Shakespeare and His Contemporaries: An Introduction 101
ENGL310 Medieval and Renaissance British Literature 101
ENGL311 British Literature from 1600 to 1800 0101-0104
ENGL312 Romantic to Modern British Literature 0101
Freeman, Linda Reiss
ENGL312 Romantic to Modern British Literature 0102
ENGL313 American Literature 0101-0104
ENGL329A Cinema of Liberation 0101-0201
ENGL344 Nineteenth-Century Fiction: From Frankenstein to Dracula 0101-0104
ENGL346 Twentieth Century Fiction: Global Literatures of Displacement and Empire 102
ENGL348J Women and Jewish Literature 101
ENGL348N Women and Comedy, a Very Serious Thing 101
ENGL348P Literary Works by Women: Women on the Plantation 101
ENGL362 Caribbean Literature in English 0101
ENGL368B Blues and American Folksong 101
ENGL368F Literature of the Early Black Atlanti 101
ENGL370 Junior Honors Conference 101
ENGL377 Medieval Myth and Modern Narrative 101
ENGL379B Contemporary Asian American Literature of the 21st Century 101
Davis, Lawrence
ENGL379N Medieval Rhetoric and Litetuare 101
ENGL379R The Jazz Paradigm 101
ENGL385 English Semantics 101
ENGL388D Writing Internship: Dickinson Electronic Archives 101
ENGL388M Writing Internship: Maryland General Assembly for Pre-Professional Writing Internship 101
ENGL388P Writing Internship: Pre-professional Writing Skills Internship 101
ENGL388R Writing Internship: Romantic Circles General
ENGL388T Writing Internship: MITH Internships General
ENGL388W Writing Internship: Writing Center Internship 101
ENGL390 Science Writing General
ENGL391 Advanced Composition General
ENGL391H Advanced Composition for Honors Program Students General
ENGL392 Legal Writing General
ENGL393 Technical Writing General
ENGL393H Technical Writing for Honors Program Students General
ENGL393X Technical Writing for English as a Second Language Students General
ENGL394 Business Writing General
ENGL395 Writing for Health Professions General
ENGL396 Intermediate Fiction Workshop General
ENGL397 Intermediate Poetry Workshop 0101
ENGL398A Writing for the Arts General
ENGL398C Writing Case Studies and Narratives General
ENGL398E Writing about Economics General
ENGL398L Scholarly Writing in the Humanities General
ENGL398N Writing for Non-Profit Organizations General
ENGL398R Writing Non-Fictional Narratives General
ENGL398V Writing about the Environment General
ENGL403 Shakespeare: The Early Works 101
ENGL404 Shakespeare: The Later Works 101
ENGL408B Literature by Women Before 1800: Auctoritas in Medieval and Early Modern Women's Writing 0101
ENGL414 Milton 101
ENGL416 Literature of the Eighteenth Century, 1700-1750 101
ENGL419A Major British Writers after 1800: Virginia Woolf, D.H. Lawrence, Kazuo Ishiguro, and Julian Barnes 101
ENGL428E The Classic Adventure Novel: 1885-1922 101
Dirda, Michael
ENGL428N Creative Nonfiction 101
ENGL428T Seminar in Poetry Translation 101
ENGL428X Black Culture and Its Representation: New York City and Beyond 101
ENGL429 Independent Research/Study in English General
ENGL430 American Literature, Beginning to 1810, the Colonial and Federal Periods
ENGL432 American Literature: 1865 to 1914, Realism and Naturalism 101
ENGL433 Modern American Literature: Aesthetic and Historical Encounters, 1900-1945 101
ENGL448A Literature by Women of Color: Caribbean Women Writers 101
ENGL452 English Drama from 1660 to 1800 101
ENGL453 Literary Theory 101
ENGL455 The Eighteenth-Century English Novel 101
ENGL456 The Nineteenth-Century Novel: The British Novel and Its Transatlantic Revisions 101
ENGL457 The Modern Novel 101
ENGL459R James Baldwin and Audre Lorde 101
ENGL462 Folksong and Ballad 101
ENGL466 Arthurian Legend 101
ENGL470 African-American Literature: The Beginning to 1910 101
ENGL475 Postmodern Literature 101
ENGL478C Discourses of Disability: Body, Narrative, and Space, Antiquity to 1800 101
ENGL479P Romanticism and Gothic Literature 101
ENGL479W World Literature, Eco-criticism and the Environment 101
ENGL487 Foundations of Rhetoric 101
ENGL488B Writing for the Blogosphere: Prehistory, Theory, Practice 101
ENGL488F Visual Rhetoric 101
ENGL489V Language, Sex, and Gender 101
ENGL489W Women's Rhetoric to 1900 101
ENGL495 Independent Study in Honors General
ENGL498 Advanced Fiction Workshop General
ENGL499 Advanced Poetry Workshop General
ENGL602 Critical Theory and Literary Criticism 0101
ENGL607 Readings in the History of Rhetorical Theory to 1900 0101
ENGL628A Readings in African American Literature 0101
ENGL631 AUTOBIOGRAPHICS, AVATARS, ALIASES, ARCHIVES, AESTHETICS, ETHICS, ANONYMOUS: Queer Rereading Practices and Theories of Life Writing in the Facebook Era 0101
ENGL688 Poetry Workshop 0201
ENGL688 Poetry Workshop 0301
ENGL689 Fiction Workshop 0101
ENGL689 Fiction Workshop 0201
ENGL689A Fiction Workshop: Creative Non-Fiction 0101
ENGL719X Blood, sweat and tears: “race” and the politics of the body 0101
ENGL728A Milton, the Enlightenment and the Advent of Modern Democracy 0101
ENGL739A Theory of the Novel and Victorian Fiction 0101
ENGL749D 20th Century Fiction and the Construction of the Modern Reader 0101
ENGL788 Studies in Poetic Form: The Long Poem 0101
ENGL789 Form and Theory in Fiction 0101