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ENGL 100  Composition                                             3 credits

          Grade Method: REG
          GFR:Satisfies     English     Comp    Req.
          GER/GDR:Not  applicable.  All  sections of
          ENGLISH 100 are technologically enhanced.
[2689] 0101 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (MP  102)       DUNNIGAN, B
[2690] 0201 MW.........4:00pm- 5:15pm (FA  001)       BROFMAN, M
[2691] 0301 M..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (SOND113)       SAWYERS, S
[2692] 0401 TuTh.......8:30am- 9:45am (FA  001)       SIMON, B
[2693] 0501 M..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (FA  001)       TERHORST, R
[2694] 0601 TuTh.......8:30am- 9:45am (SOND204)       FINDLAY, J
[2695] 0701 TuTh.......1:00pm- 2:15pm (FA  001)       PUTZEL, D
[2697] 0901 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (ACIV305)       FINDLAY, J
[2698] 1001 MW.........4:00pm- 5:15pm (FA  018)       DUNNIGAN, B
[2699] 1101 MWF.......10:00am-10:50am (FA  001)       BURNS, M
[2700] 1201 MWF........9:00am- 9:50am (FA  001)       MCGURRIN JR, A
[2701] 1301 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (FA  001)       PUTZEL, D
[2703] 1501 Tu.........7:10pm- 9:40pm (MP  105)       HUTZLER, R
[2704] 1601 Th.........7:10pm- 9:40pm (FA  001)       MACEK, P
[2705] 1701 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (ENG 104)       KILLGALLON, D
[2708] 2001 MW.........5:30pm- 6:45pm (FA  001)       KIDD, K
[2709] 2101 MW.........5:30pm- 6:45pm (MP  101)       SCHWARTZ, D
[2710] 2201 MWF.......11:00am-11:50am (FA  001)       BURNS, M
[2711] 2301 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (SOND204)       SCALIA, B


ENGL 100A Composition                                             4 credits

          Grade Method: REG
          GFR:Satisfies     English     Comp    Req.
          GER/GDR:Not  applicable.   Note:  Students
          registering  for ENGL100A  must select one
          hour for the Writing Lab.
[2712] 0101 MWF........9:00am- 9:50am (SOND204)       DUNNIGAN, B
            M.........11:00am-11:50am (FA  002) LAB
[2713] 0102 MWF........9:00am- 9:50am (SOND204)       DUNNIGAN, B
            W.........11:00am-11:50am (FA  002) LAB
[2716] 0301 MW.........1:00pm- 2:15pm (SOND204)       BROFMAN, M
            M..........3:00pm- 3:50pm (FA  002) LAB
[2717] 0302 MW.........1:00pm- 2:15pm (SOND204)       BROFMAN, M
            W..........3:00pm- 3:50pm (FA  002) LAB
[2718] 0401 TuTh.......8:30am- 9:45am (ENG 104)       KILLGALLON, D
            Tu........10:00am-10:50am (ENG 104) LAB
[2719] 0402 TuTh.......8:30am- 9:45am (ENG 104)       KILLGALLON, D
            Th........10:00am-10:50am (ENG 104) LAB
[2720] 0501 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (SOND205)       LEOPOLD, K
            Tu.........1:00pm- 1:50pm (FA  002) LAB
[2721] 0502 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (SOND205)       LEOPOLD, K
            Th.........1:00pm- 1:50pm (FA  002) LAB
[2722] 0601 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (SOND205)       SCALIA, B
            Tu.........2:00pm- 2:50pm (FA  002) LAB
[2723] 0602 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (SOND205)       SCALIA, B
            Th.........2:00pm- 2:50pm (FA  002) LAB


ENGL 100H Composition                                             3 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR:Satisfies     English     Comp    Req.
          GER/GDR:Not applicable.
[2724] 0101 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (ACIV007)       MCCARTHY, L


ENGL 100P Composition                                             4 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR:Satisfies     English     Comp    Req.
          GER/GDR:Not  applicable.  This  section of
          ENGL  100 is limited  to first year Public
          Affairs  Scholars.  This course  carries a
          service learning component.
[2725] 0101 TuTh.......1:00pm- 2:15pm (PUP 354)       SIMON, B


ENGL 100Y Composition                                             4 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG
          GFR:Satisfies     English     Comp    Req.
          GER/GDR:Not   applicable.    Designed  for
          incoming  freshmen,  this  course includes
          the student success seminar.
[2726] 0101 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (MP  105)       MABE, M
            Tu........11:30am-12:45pm (MP  105) LAB
[2727] 0201 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (MP  102)       FINDLAY, J
            Th........11:30am-12:45pm (MP  105) LAB
[2728] 0301 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (SOND204)       HICKERNELL, M
            Tu........11:30am-12:45pm (SOND204) LAB
[2729] 0401 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (SOND206)       LEOPOLD, K
            Th........11:30am-12:45pm (SOND206) LAB


ENGL 110  Composition for ESL Students                            3 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG
          GFR:Satisfies     English     Comp    Req.
          GER/GDR:Not     applicable.     Permission
          required  from  Dr. Paul  Taylor, Academic
          Director of the English Language Center.
[2733] 0101 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (ACIV150)       COLLINS, E
[2734] 0201 MW.........1:00pm- 2:15pm (MP  012A)      SHIVNAN, S


ENGL 190  The World of Language I (AH or C)                       3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets A/H or C. GDR:Meets H.  Also
          listed  as  MLL 190 and  LING 190. Through
          June  30, this course is  open only to MLL
          declared  majors (permission required from
          the   MLL  office).  After  June  30,  all
          students   may   enroll   without  seeking
          permission.
[7518] 0101 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (LH6 ...)       MCCRAY, S


ENGL 210  Introduction to Literature (AH)                         3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets A/H. GDR:Meets H.
[2736] 0101 M..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (ACIV013)       FITZPATRICK, V
[2737] 0201 W..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (ACIV013)       KENDALL, G


ENGL 226  Grammar and Usage of Standard English (AH)              3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets A/H. GDR:Meets H.
[2739] 0101 MWF.......11:00am-11:50am (ACIV015)       FITZPATRICK, C


ENGL 241  Currents in British Literature (AH)                     3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets  A/H. GDR:Meets  H.  In this
          course we will consider love and the lyric
          tradition  in British  literature. We will
          examine  medieval  lyrics of  courtly love
          and  religious  mysticism, as  well as the
          evolution  of the sonnet  and lyric poetry
          in general during the Renaissance. We will
          study   the   erotic   lyricism   of  S.T.
          Coleridge   and   John   Keats,   and  the
          religious  poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins.
          We  will  contemplate  the  ways  in which
          lyric  language enters the novels of Emily
          Bronte  and James Joyce.  Finally, we will
          turn  to  the  work of  20th century poets
          like  W.B. Yeats, Dylan  Thomas and Philip
          Larkin  and  consider  how  lyric language
          continues  to be  strongly associated with
          love,  even as it bears  the traces of its
          musical   origins   and  the  language  of
          prayer.   Students  will  be  expected  to
          participate    in    class    and   online
          discussions,  complete quizzes,  write two
          short  papers,  and memorize a  poem of at
          least 14 lines.
[2740] 0101 TuTh.......4:00pm- 5:15pm (SOND112)       QUINN, C


ENGL 243A Currents in American Literature (AH) Comic              3 credits
          Book Literature                                   

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets  A/H.  GDR:Meets  H.  Comics
          are  an  often  maligned  artform  in  the
          grown-up   world,  but  they  represent  a
          unique  story-telling medium that deserves
          far   more  attention  and  respect.  This
          course  will  examine the comic  book as a
          form  of literary  and artistic expression
          by  discussing  the  ways in  which comics
          operate  on an  intellectual and emotional
          level to tell a story. Readings will focus
          on   selected  American  comic  books  and
          graphic  novels  from  the  1930s  to  the
          present.
[2741] 0101 MW.........5:30pm- 6:45pm (FA  015)       BLUMBERG, A


ENGL 243B Currents in American Literature (AH)                    3 credits
          Native American Literature                        

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets  A/H. GDR:Meets  H.  English
          243B  will  be  an introduction  to Native
          American  Literature.  Although there is a
          wide  variety  to this  literature - song,
          chant,   ceremonial   oral  stories,  oral
          histories,  oratory, poetry and drama - in
          this   class   we   will  be  focusing  on
          contemporary     fiction,    movies    and
          photographs    that    have   shaped   our
          misunderstanding  of Native Americans, and
          at least one autobiographical work.
[2742] 0101 TuTh.......8:30am- 9:45am (ACIV014)       BENSON, L


ENGL 250  Introduction to Shakespeare (AH)                        3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets A/H. GDR:Meets H.
[2743] 0101 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (SOND003)       FARABAUGH, R


ENGL 260  Black Literature to 1900 (AH)                           3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets A/H. GDR:Meets H.
[7797] 0101 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (SOND208)       PETERS, J


ENGL 271  Introduction to Creative Writing - Fiction              3 credits
          (AH)                                              

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets A/H. GDR:Meets H.
[2744] 0101 MW.........4:00pm- 5:15pm (MP  102)       Oliver, L


ENGL 273  Introduction to Creative Writing - Poetry               3 credits
          (AH)                                              

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets A/H. GDR:Meets H.
[2745] 0101 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (SOND209)       FALLON, M


ENGL 281P Intermediate Exposition                                 4 credits

          Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD  This course is
          only    available   for   Public   Affairs
          Scholars.  This  course carries  a service
          learning component.
[2746] 0101 TuTh.......1:00pm- 2:15pm (PUP 354)       SIMON, B


ENGL 291  Introduction to Writing Creative Essays                 3 credits
          (AH)                                              

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets     A/H.     GDR:Meets    H.
          Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL100 with a
          grade of "C" or better.
[2747] 0101 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (MP  102)       SIMON, B
[2748] 0201 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (MP  102)       BENSON, L
[2749] 0301 MW.........1:00pm- 2:15pm (MP  102)       MCGURRIN JR, A


ENGL 291H Introduction to Writing Creative Essays                 3 credits
          (AH)                                              

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets A/H. GDR:Meets H.
[7746] 0101 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (MP  102)       SIMON, B


ENGL 301  Analysis of Literary Language                           3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2750] 0101 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (SOND207)       STAFF
[2751] 0201 Tu.........4:30pm- 7:00pm (MP  102)       WIEST, A
[2752] 0301 MWF.......11:00am-11:50am (MP  102)       Fernandez, J


ENGL 303  The Art of the Essay                                    3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2753] 0101 TuTh.......1:00pm- 2:15pm (MP  102)       FALLON, M


ENGL 304  British Literature: Medieval and                        3 credits
          Renaissance                                       

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2754] 0101 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (ACIV145)       FALCO, R


ENGL 305  British Literature: Neo-Classical and                   3 credits
          Romantic                                          

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2755] 0101 TuTh.......1:00pm- 2:15pm (SOND003)       SMITH, O


ENGL 306  British Literature: Victorian and Modern                3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2756] 0101 MW.........1:00pm- 2:15pm (ACIV151)       Fernandez, J


ENGL 307  American Literature: Through the Civil War              3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2757] 0101 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (MP  104)       HELWIG, T


ENGL 308  American Literature: 1865-1945                          3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2758] 0101 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (ACIV014)       BERMAN, J


ENGL 316  Literature and the Other Arts Introduction              3 credits
          to Film                                           

          Grade  Method:  REG/P-F/AUD  While  we all
          have  grown  up watching  movies we rarely
          think  about what  specifically makes that
          experience enjoyable. Why would a director
          dolly   in   rather  than  zoom?  What  is
          mise-en-scene  or  diagetic sound?  How do
          the   mechanics   of   film   affect   our
          interpretation  or mood? This introductory
          survey  course seeks to  outline the tools
          and   language  for  film  interpretation.
          Students  will  watch  works  directed  by
          Jean-Luc  Godard,  Michel  Gondry,  Alfred
          Hitchcock,  Stanley  Kubrick,  Spike  Lee,
          among  others  as well  as reading seminal
          writings in film criticism.
[2761] 0101 M..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (ACIV014)       STAFF


ENGL 320  Topics in Communication and Technology                  3 credits

          Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD Subtitle: Style
          Matters.  This  course will  explore prose
          style.   After  considering  the  role  of
          style in classical rhetoric, we will trace
          the  development of English prose from the
          Renaissance  to the present as we aquire a
          critical vocabulary for analyzing style in
          both   aesthetic  and  ideological  terms.
          Among the questions we will consider: what
          does it mean to write plainly or ornately,
          with  passion or objectivity?  what is the
          relationship     between    thought    and
          expression?  what  styles  are appropriate
          for   what   circumstances?   Our   mostly
          non-fiction readings will range widely and
          include  examples  of  literary, academic,
          practical,  and  even  satiric  styles. In
          addition   to  regular  responses  to  the
          readings   and   a  variety  of  practical
          writing   exercises,  you  will  have  the
          opportunity   to   analyze  the  style  of
          particular  writiers  and  genres  through
          several   longer   papers.   Prerequisite:
          Completion  of  200-level  English  course
          with a grade of "C" or better.
[7653] 0101 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (ACIV108)       Fitzgerald, W


ENGL 322  Women and the Media: Myths, Images, and                 3 credits
          Voices (AH)                                       

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets   A/H.  GDR:Meets  H.   Also
          listed as AFST 347, MLL 322 and WMST 322.
[2762] 0101 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (SOND207)       McCULLY, S
[2763] 0201 TuTh.......1:00pm- 2:15pm (SOND203)       HAGOVSKY, E


ENGL 324  The Literature of Technology                            3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2764] 0101 MW.........4:00pm- 5:15pm (SOND105)       SHIPKA, J


ENGL 326  The Structure of English                                3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[7651] 0101 MWF.......10:00am-10:50am (ITE 229)       Fitzgerald, W


ENGL 347  Contemporary Developments in Literature &               3 credits
          Culture (AH)                                      

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
          GFR/GER:Meets   A/H.   GDR:Meets   H.   Is
          literature an obsolete medium? This course
          considers the status of the American novel
          in  the age of media. We will focus on the
          diverse  ways  that a  set of contemporary
          American   novels  absorb,  adapt,  and/or
          deflect     competing     media    (radio,
          audio-tape, film, television) in an effort
          to redefine the American novel as a medium
          with   its   own   unique  capacities  and
          features.  Towards these ends we will read
          some  recent American novels (authors will
          include:  Acker, Burroughs,  Reed, Gibson,
          and  Pynchon) and view  and listen to some
          less   recent   media   (Warner  Brothers'
          Cartoons,  WWII  Movies,  radio  westerns,
          etc.).
[7652] 0101 TuTh.......5:30pm- 6:45pm (MP  010)       STAFF


ENGL 350  Major British and American Writers                      3 credits

          Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD  In this course
          we  will  study  a writer  regarded as the
          face   of   the   Victorian  Age:  Charles
          Dickens.    We'll    read   representative
          writings  from  the early  middle and late
          phases   of   Dickens'   literary  career,
          samples  of  his  journalism,  explore the
          impact  of serialization  by the Victorian
          periodical  on the novel form, and look at
          extracts  from  four major  biographers of
          Dickens  (namely, Foster,  Johnson, Kaplan
          and  Ackroyd)  in order  to understand how
          Dickens    has    been   constructed   and
          mythologized  for us over the last hundred
          years.   Possible  texts  include Nicholas
          Nickleby,   Little   Dorrit,  A  Christmas
          Carol,  A  Tale  of  Two Cities  and Great
          Expectations.
[2766] 0101 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (ACIV014)       Fernandez, J


ENGL 366  World Literature Written in English Irish               3 credits
          Masters of the 20th Century                       

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD This course will
          explore  the  poetry  of  W.B.  Yeats, the
          prose  of  James  Joyce  and the  plays of
          Samuel Beckett, touching on such topics as
          sexuality  and  spirituality,  rationalism
          and    anti-rationalism,    the    "Celtic
          Twilight"    and    modernist   movements,
          existentialism,  and  Irish  political and
          cultural  identity. If time allows, we may
          also  glance  at  works  by  other  Celtic
          writers,  such  as  Dylan  Thomas,  Auden,
          Synge,  and  Roddy  Doyle.  Expect  strong
          emphasis   on  class  discussions;  likely
          assignments include short response papers,
          group  presentations, and a 6-8 page final
          paper  involving  research.  Our  ultimate
          goal  will  be a  deep personal engagement
          with  these  visionary,  sensual, playful,
          and  often  seriously funny  works as they
          confront  the  tragi-comedy  of  the human
          condition.
[2768] 0101 MWF.......10:00am-10:50am (ACIV015)       PEKARSKE, N


ENGL 371  Creative Writing-Fiction                                3 credits

          Grade  Method:  REG/P-F/AUD  Prerequisite:
          ENGL  271 with a grade of "C" or better or
          permission of the instructor.
[2769] 0101 MW.........4:00pm- 5:15pm (MP  012A)      SHIVNAN, S


ENGL 373  Creative Writing-Poetry                                 3 credits

          Grade  Method:  REG/P-F/AUD  Prerequisite:
          ENGL  273 with a grade of "C" or better or
          permission of the instructor.
[2770] 0101 MWF.......11:00am-11:50am (MP  012A)      MCGURRIN JR, A


ENGL 380  Introduction to News Writing                            3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2771] 0101 W..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (ENG 104)       WEISS, K


ENGL 383  Science Writing                                         3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2772] 0101 Tu.........7:10pm- 9:40pm (FA  001)       CARPENTER, K


ENGL 383H Science Writing                                         3 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2773] 0101 Tu.........7:10pm- 9:40pm (FA  001)       CARPENTER, K


ENGL 387  Web Content Development                                 3 credits

          Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD  Also listed as
          IS 387.
[2774] 0101 MW.........1:00pm- 2:15pm (ITE 468)       KOMLODI, A


ENGL 391  Advanced Exposition and Argumentation                   3 credits

          Grade  Method:  REG/P-F/AUD  Prerequisite:
          Open  only  to  students  at or  above the
          sophomore   level,   except   by   special
          permission;  completion of  ENGL100 with a
          grade  if  "C" or better,  NOTE: May apply
          towards the minor in writing.
[2775] 0201 MW.........1:00pm- 2:15pm (SOND207)       BURNS, M
[2776] 0301 TuTh.......4:00pm- 5:15pm (SOND207)       FALLON, M
[2777] 0401 W..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (MP  102)       PEKARSKE, N


ENGL 392  Tutorial in Writing                                   1-3 credits

(PermReq) Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD  Permission may
          be    obtained    from   the   instructor.
          Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL100 with a
          grade  of  "C" or better.  NOTE: May apply
          towards  the  minor  in  writing.  All 392
          sections  will  be  taught  in instructors
          offices.
[2778] 0101 Tu.........8:30am- 9:45am (FA  447)       MABE, M
[2779] 0201 W..........8:30am- 9:45am (FA  447)       MABE, M
[2780] 0301 Th.........8:30am- 9:45am (FA  447)       MABE, M
[2781] 0401 Tu........11:30am-12:45pm (FA  438)       BENSON, L
[2782] 0501 Th........11:30am-12:45pm (FA  438)       BENSON, L
[2783] 0601 Th.........4:00pm- 5:15pm (FA  438)       BENSON, L
[2784] 0701 Tu........10:00am-11:15am (FA  447A)      HARRIS, L
[2785] 0801 Th........10:00am-11:15am (FA  447A)      HARRIS, L
[2786] 0901 Tu.........4:00pm- 5:15pm (FA  447A)      HARRIS, L
[2787] 1001 W.........10:00am-11:15am (FA  447)       MABE, M
[7739] 1101 Tu.........4:00pm- 5:15pm (FA  447B)      HICKERNELL, M


ENGL 393  Technical Writing                                       3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2788] 0101 MWF.......11:00am-11:50am (ENG 104)       KIRKPATRICK, R
[2789] 0201 MWF.......10:00am-10:50am (ENG 104)       KIRKPATRICK, R
[2790] 0301 Tu.........4:30pm- 7:00pm (ENG 104)       HIRSCHHORN, D
[2791] 0401 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (ENG 333)       HARRIS, L
[2792] 0501 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (ENG 104)       HARRIS, L
[2794] 0701 Tu.........7:10pm- 9:40pm (ENG 104)       SCHWARTZ, D
[2795] 0801 Th.........7:10pm- 9:40pm (ENG 333)       Meade, V
[2798] 1101 TuTh......10:00am-11:15am (ENG 333)       PORTER, J
[2799] 1201 Th.........4:30pm- 7:00pm (ENG 333)       Meade, V


ENGL 393E Technical Writing for ESL Students                      3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2803] 0201 M..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (FA  530)       BELFRAGE, M
[2804] 0301 Th.........7:10pm- 9:40pm (ITE 241)       BELFRAGE, M


ENGL 394  Technical Editing                                       3 credits

          Grade  Method:  REG/P-F/AUD  Prerequisite:
          ENGL  393  with a grade  of "C" or better.
          Prerequisite: ENGL 393 with a grade of "C"
          or  better.  Prerequisite: ENGL 393 with a
          grade of "C" or better.
[2805] 0101 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (FA  001)       PORTER, J


ENGL 395  Writing Internship                                    1-4 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2806] 0101 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (MP  010)       HICKERNELL, M


ENGL 398  Journalism Internship                                   3 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[7719] 0101 Time and room to be arranged              CORBETT, C


ENGL 399H Introduction to Honors Project                           1 credit

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[7682] 0101 Time and room to be arranged              FALCO, R


ENGL 400  Special Projects in English                           1-4 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[7800] 0101 Time and room to be arranged              BALDWIN, K


ENGL 401  Methods of Interpretation                               3 credits

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2807] 0101 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (SOND108)       DONOVAN, J


ENGL 405  Seminar in Literary History Middle English              3 credits
          Lieterature Beyond the Survey                     

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD Unlike Chaucer's
          pilgrims,  who  followed  the well-trodden
          road  from  London to  Canterbury, in this
          course  we venture off  the beaten path of
          Middle English literature to discover many
          lesser  known masterpieces. By choosing to
          write  in  the vernacular,  Middle English
          authors   are   developing   a   sense  of
          "Englishness,"  shaping  the  relationship
          between    readers    and   authors,   and
          establishing   the   moral   authority  of
          literature. We will explore these issus by
          reading  deeply  in  such  genres  as  the
          lyric,   mystery  play,  and  romance;  by
          reading   unfamiliar   works  by  familiar
          authors,  such  as  Chaucer's incandescent
          "Troilus     &    Criseyde",    and    the
          Gawain-poet's  allegorical "Pearl"; and by
          examining  philosophical  and  theoretical
          texts that underlie the literature and the
          history   of   ideas   in   the  12th-15th
          centuries.   Most   readings   in   Middle
          English;  we  will  spend  time  polishing
          language proficiency. Prerequisite: Senior
          standing;  ENGL 301 with a C or better and
          Recommended: ENGL 304.
[2808] 0101 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (ACIV007)       ORGELFINGER, G


ENGL 405B Seminar in Literary History Things You                  3 credits
          Need to Know About the Renaissance                

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD What do you need
          to  know about religion  and belief in the
          Renaissance   in   order   to   understand
          Shakespeare?   Or   about   early   modern
          families,     gender    constructs,    and
          sexuality?    How    important    is    an
          understanding    of    the   science   and
          technology  of  the time?  Members of this
          seminar will together compile a collection
          of    documents   that   usefully   inform
          Shakespeare's  plays and  other literature
          from  the English  Renaissance. Additional
          areas  to  be  explored  include  society,
          economy,  and class; philosophy and ideas;
          high culture and popular culture; literary
          production   and   reception;  and  trade,
          exploration,  and empire.  Seminar members
          will   consider  the  idea  of  historical
          contexts  from  a  theoretical perspective
          and  will  develop practical  knowledge of
          rare   books,   paleography,  and  textual
          editing.  The  workbook  developed  by the
          class  will  contribute to  a "sourcebook"
          series  being published by Palgrave Press.
          Prerequisite:  Senior  standing;  ENGL 301
          with  a C or better  and permission of the
          instructor.
[7673] 0101 MW.........2:30pm- 3:45pm (FA  530)       ORLIN, L


ENGL 407  Language in Society                                     3 credits

          Grade   Method:   REG/P-F/AUD   Unlike   a
          traditional  sociolinguistics course, this
          one  will  start  by  considering language
          outside  society  -  or  at  least  on the
          margins,  beginning  with  selections from
          Oliver  sacks' An  Anthropologist on Mars.
          After     exploring    the    neurological
          boundaries  of  language  and  society, we
          will examine other parameters in nonverbal
          communication  (The  Silent  Language), in
          postcolonial   literature  (The  Arrow  of
          God),   and   in   translation  of  Native
          American    cultural/linguistic   genocide
          (Black   Elk   Speaks).  These  frames  of
          reference  should  sharpen  our  focus  on
          other   topics  like  global  English  and
          language death that might otherwise appear
          social unimportant. Prerequisite: ENGL 301
          with  a  grade  of  "C" or  better, senior
          standing  and  permission  of  instructor.
          Email  Joan  Korenman  (korenman@umbc.edu)
          for permission to enroll.
[2809] 0101 MW.........1:00pm- 2:15pm (SOND105)       SHIPKA, J


ENGL 486  Seminar in Teaching Composition: Theory                 3 credits
          and Practice                                      

(PermReq) Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD  Since the late
          1960s  a revolution has taken place in the
          teaching  of composition. This course will
          trace   the   profound   changes   in  our
          understanding  of the  teaching of writing
          by   examining   key  theories  and  major
          players   during   this  35  year  period.
          Included  will be expressivist theories of
          Murray  and Elbow, cognitive approaches of
          Emig  and  Flower,  social constructionist
          perspectives  of Bartholomae  and Bizzell,
          as well as the political approaches of Fax
          and   Flynn.   As   we   reflect  on  this
          literature,  we will also  keep our eye on
          practice,  asking  about  the  pedagogical
          consequences  of these theories. What, for
          example, should students be writing about,
          and    in    what   sorts   of   classroom
          arrangements? What kinds of response might
          they  get?  Who owns  student writing, and
          how  should authority  be negotiated? What
          writing   experiences  are  students  most
          likely  to take with them to future tasks?
          This   course   is  appropriate  for  both
          experienced and prospective teachers.
[2811] 0101 M..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (ACIV007)       MCCARTHY, L


ENGL 488  Seminar in Computer Assisted Writing                    3 credits
          Instruction Visual Literacy                       

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD This course will
          focus   on   the   impact  of  new  media,
          including    an    evolving   visual   and
          technological  literacy. For  both readers
          and  writers, technology  is reshaping our
          literate  practices;  literacy definitions
          are  expanding; literacy  expectations are
          increasing.  Yet,  as educators,  while we
          may  be competent in the skills associated
          with  technology, we  are often unprepared
          to help student writers as they experience
          a  changed composing process.  Reading the
          screen,   transitioning   among   software
          programs,   researching   and   validating
          research online, integrating and "reading"
          visual  messages, sharing ownership in new
          collaborations,    and    practicing   new
          composing    processes    including    the
          conflated   practice   of   editing  while
          composing  are  just  a  few  of  the ways
          technology  has  extended  our  concept of
          practicing     literacy.    This    course
          introduces       the       methods      of
          computer-assisted  writing  instruction to
          current  and  prospective  teachers across
          the  curriculum. It allows participants to
          practice   these   methods  in  class  and
          provides  opportunities for discussion and
          investigation.  Designed for educators and
          professionals  in  all disciplines  and at
          all    levels,    this    course   invites
          participants    to    explore    ways   of
          integrating   visual   and   technological
          literacy   practices   within   their  own
          classrooms  and curricula.  Also listed as
          ENGL 688 and LLC 642.
[2812] 0101 Tu.........4:30pm- 7:00pm (FA  001)       CARPENTER, K


ENGL 490  Advanced Topics in the English Language                 3 credits
          History of the English Language                   

          Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[2813] 0101 TuTh......11:30am-12:45pm (FA  440)       ORGELFINGER, G


ENGL 494  American English Structure for ESL/FL                   3 credits
          Teachers: Syntax and Mrphology                    

          Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD  Also listed as
          LING494.
[2814] 0101 W..........4:30pm- 7:00pm (ACIV207)       NELSON, J


ENGL 495  Internship                                            1-4 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG This course will meet in
          FA447C.
[2815] 0101 Time and room to be arranged              FITZPATRICK, C
[2816] 0201 Time and room to be arranged              CARPENTER, K
[2817] 0301 Time and room to be arranged              CORBETT, C
[2818] 0401 Time and room to be arranged              SHIVNAN, S


ENGL 498  Senior Honors Seminar                                   3 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD
[7600] 0101 TuTh.......2:30pm- 3:45pm (SOND202)       FALCO, R


ENGL 499H Senior Honors Project                                   4 credits

(PermReq) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD Course will meet
          in FA 437.
[7668] 0101 Time and room to be arranged              FALCO, R


ENGL 686  Teaching Composition: Theory and Practice               3 credits

(PermReq) Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD  Since the late
          1960s  a revolution has taken place in the
          teaching  of composition. This course will
          trace   the   profound   changes   in  our
          understanding  of the  teaching of writing
          by   examining   key  theories  and  major
          players   during   this  35  year  period.
          Included  will be expressivist theories of
          Murray  and Elbow, cognitive approaches of
          Emig  and  Flower,  social  contructionist
          perspectives  of Bartholomae  and Bizzell,
          as well as the political approaches of Fox
          and   Flynn.   As   we   relect   on  this
          literature,  we will also  keep our eye on
          practice,  asking  about  the  pedogogical
          consequences  of these theories. What, for
          example, should students be writing about,
          and    in    what   sorts   of   classroom
          arrangements? What kinds of response might
          they  get?  Who owns  student writing, and
          how  should authority  be negotiated? What
          writing   experiences  are  students  most
          likey  to take with  them to future tasks?
          This   course   is  appropriate  for  both
          experienced and prospective teachers.
[2819] 0101 M..........7:10pm- 9:40pm (MP  012A)      MCCARTHY, L


ENGL 688  Teaching Writing w/Computer-Assisted                    3 credits
          Instruction Visual Literacy                       

(PermReq) Grade  Method: REG/P-F/AUD  Also listed as
          ENGL  488  and  LLC 642. See  ENGL 488 for
          description.
[2820] 0101 Tu.........4:30pm- 7:00pm (FA  001)       CARPENTER, K


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