Fall 2014


  • English Major Boilerplate, Fall 2014
  • English-Education Double Major Boilerplate, Fall 2014
Course Title Section Instructor
CMLT235 Black Diaspora Literature and Culture 0101
CMLT270 Global Literature and Social Change 0101-0301
CMLT275 World Literature by Women 0201-0401
CMLT277 Literatures of the Americas 0201
CMLT280 Film Art in a Global Society 0101; 0201
CMLT285 American Indians in Literature and Film: Perspectives North and South 0101
CMLT398L Special Topics in Comparative Studies: Sexuality in the Cinema 0101
CMLT398N Special Topics in Comparative Studies: Gypsy Culture 0101
CMLT498F Selected Topics in Comparative Studies: The Americas in Film 0101
ENGL101 Academic Writing 0101-1404
ENGL101 Academic Writing BL01-BL10
ENGL101 Academic Writing FC01-FC16
ENGL101A Academic Writing 1701-1703
ENGL101C Academic Writing 0201;0311
ENGL101H Academic Writing 0109-1311
ENGL101S Academic Writing 0107-1312
ENGL101X Academic Writing 2003-2005
ENGL201 Inventing Western Literature: Ancient and Medieval Traditions 0101
ENGL202 Inventing Western Literature: Renaissance to Modern 0201
ENGL211 English Literature: Beginnings to 1800 0101
ENGL212 English Literature: 1800 to Present 0101
ENGL221 American Literature: Beginning to 1865 0101
ENGL222 American Literature: 1865 to Present 0301; 0401
ENGL233 Introduction to Asian American Literature 0101
Davis, Lawrence
ENGL234 African-American Literature and Culture 0101, 0201
ENGL241 What the Novel Does 0101-0104
ENGL243 What is Poetry? 0101-0104
ENGL244 The Play's the Thing 0101
ENGL245 Film Form and Culture 0101-0106; FCH1
ENGL250 Reading Women Writing 0101; 0201
ENGL255 Literature of Science and Technology 0101; FC01
ENGL262 Introduction to the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament 0101
Grossman, Maxine
ENGL265 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Literatures 0101; 0201
ENGL271 Writing Poems and Stories: An Introductory Workshop 0101-FC01
ENGL272 Writing Fiction: A Beginning Workshop 0101-0401
ENGL273 Writing Poetry: A Beginning Workshop 0101;0201
ENGL274 Creative Writing Through The Eyes of African Americans: A Beginning Workshop 0101
ENGL278D Special Topics in Literature: Writing to be Seen: Scriptwriting for Theatre, Film and Television FC01
ENGL280 The English Language 0101
ENGL281 Standard English Grammar, Usage, and Diction 0101
ENGL282 Introduction to Rhetorical Theory 0101
ENGL289B The Rites of Discovery: Science, Law, and Literature 1492-1992 0101-0104
ENGL289I Acting Human: Shakespeare and the Drama of Identity 0101-0104
ENGL289X Breaking News: Contemporary Literature, Media and the State 0101-0104
ENGL291 Intermediate Writing 0101
ENGL293 Writing in the Wireless World 0101
ENGL295 Literature in a Wired World 0101;FCH1
ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature 0101
ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature 0201
ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature 0401; 0601
ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature 0501
ENGL304 The Major Works of Shakespeare 0101
ENGL304 The Major Works of Shakespeare 0201
ENGL310 Medieval and Renaissance British Literature 0101
ENGL311 British Literature from 1600 to 1800 0101
ENGL312 Romantic to Modern British Literature 0101
ENGL313 American Literature 0101
ENGL317 African American Literature 0101
ENGL329C Special Topics in Film Studies: Sexuality in the Cinema 0101
ENGL329J Special Topics in Film Studies: The Films of Alfred Hitchcock 0101
ENGL339A Native American Literature; American Indian Literatures: Traditions, Protest, and Renewal 0101
ENGL346 Twentieth Century Fiction 0101
ENGL348F Literary Works by Women: Women on the Frontier 0101
ENGL352 Intermediate Fiction Workshop 0101; 0201
ENGL353 Intermediate Poetry Workshop 0101
ENGL358C Special Topics in U.S. Latina/o Literature: The Politics of Chicano Literature 0101
ENGL362 Caribbean Literature in English 0101
ENGL368D Special Topics in the Literature of Africa and the African Diaspora: African American Folklore in Film and Literature 0101
ENGL373 Senior Honors Project 0101
ENGL379C Special Topics in Literature: Literature and Film of the Civil Rights Movement 0101
ENGL379E Special Topics in Literature: Transmedia Fiction: Telling Stories Across Page, Screen, and Worlds 0101
ENGL379J Special Topics in Literature: Representing the Holocaust 0101
ENGL379M Special Topics in Literature: British Plays in Performance 0101
ENGL379V Special Topics in Literature: Gypsy Culture 0101
ENGL381 MGA Legislative Seminar 0101
ENGL384 Concepts of Grammar 0101
ENGL388D Writing Internship: Dickinson Electronic Archives 0101
ENGL388P Writing Internship: Pre-professional Writing Skills Internship 0101
ENGL388R Writing Internship: Romantic Circles 0101
ENGL388T Writing Internship: MITH Internships 0101
ENGL388V Writing Internship: Undergraduate Teaching Assistants in Writing Programs 0101, 0201
ENGL388W Writing Internship: Writing Center Internship 0101
ENGL390 Science Writing 0101-1505
ENGL391 Advanced Composition 0202-1901
ENGL391H Advanced Composition 0201
ENGL392 Legal Writing 0101-1801
ENGL393 Technical Writing 0101-1902
ENGL393 Technical Writing BL21-BL82
ENGL393H Technical Writing 0701
ENGL393X Technical Writing 1501
ENGL394 Business Writing 0101-1902; SG91-SG93
ENGL394 Business Writing BL01-BL04
ENGL395 Writing for Health Professions 0101-1801
ENGL398A Topics in Professional Writing: Writing about the Arts 1001-1601
ENGL398B Topics in Professional Writing: Writing for Social Enterpreneurship 0601-1801
ENGL398C Topics in Professional Writing: Writing Case Studies and Investigative Reports 0701;0801
ENGL398E Topics in Professional Writing: Writing about Economics 0801
ENGL398L Topics in Professional Writing: Scholarly Writing in the Humanities 0301
ENGL398N Topics in Professional Writing: Writing for Nonprofits 0401-1401
ENGL398V Topics in Professional Writing: Writing about the Environment 0601-1801
ENGL402 Chaucer 0101
ENGL408B Literature by Women Before 1800: The Battle of the Sexes 0101
ENGL414 Milton 0101
ENGL416 Literature of the Eighteenth Century, 1700-1750 0101
ENGL425 Modern British Literature 0101
ENGL428X Seminar in Language and Literature: Literary Maryland 0101
ENGL431 American Literature: 1810 to 1865, the American Renaissance 0101
ENGL435 American Poetry: Beginning to the Present 0101
ENGL440 The Novel in America to 1914 0101
ENGL448A Literature by Women of Color: Caribbean Literature by Women 0101
ENGL454 Modern Drama 0101
ENGL462 Folksong and Ballad 0101
ENGL465 Theories of Sexuality and Literature 0101
ENGL468C Selected Topics in Film Studies: Animation and Cinema 0101
ENGL468F Selected Topics in Film Studies: The Americas in Film 0101
ENGL471 African-American Literature: 1910 to 1945 0101
ENGL472 African-American Literature:1945 to Present 0101
ENGL478D Selected Topics in English and American Literature before 1800: Shakespeare and Italian Renaissance Comedy 0101
ENGL479D J.R.R. Tolkien: Middle Earth and Beyond 0101
ENGL479V Selected Topics in English and American Literature after 1800: Aesthetes, Decadents, and the New Women 0101
ENGL487 Foundations of Rhetoric 0101
ENGL488A Topics in Advanced Writing: Web Authoring 0101
ENGL489C Special Topics in English Language: The Cognitive Bases of Figurative Language 0101
ENGL493 Advanced Writing Theory and Practice 0101
ENGL498 Advanced Fiction Workshop: Advanced Fiction Workshop 0101
ENGL498 Advanced Fiction Workshop: Advanced Fiction Workshop 0201
ENGL499 Advanced Poetry Workshop: Advanced Poetry Workshop 0101
ENGL601 Literary Research and Critical Contexts
ENGL602 Critical Theory and Literary Criticism
ENGL611 Approaches to College Composition
ENGL619A Special Topics in in Language, Linguistics, and Discourse; Readings in Linguistics Discourse Analysis
ENGL625 Readings in English Victorian Literature; British Aestheticism
ENGL628B Readings in African American Literature: What Was African-American Literature
ENGL668D Readings in Modern Literary Theory: What is "Postcolonial" Reading
ENGL688 Poetry Workshop 0101
ENGL688 Poetry Workshop 0201
ENGL689 Fiction Workshop 0101
ENGL689 Fiction Workshop 0201
ENGL719F Seminar in Renaissance Literature: Early Modern Political Feeling
ENGL729B Seminar in Eighteenth-Century Literature: Theater, Feelings, and Philosophy
ENGL748G Seminar in American Literature: The Graphic Novel
ENGL788B Studies in Poetic Form: God, Death, Time, Space, Language, Form