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Annual 2020-2021 Class Schedule

**Meeting days and times may be subject to change.**
Course #Course TitleFallWinterSpring

CREATIVE WRITING COURSES

English 202Introduction to Creative WritingHughes
WF
9:30-10:50
English 202Introduction to Creative WritingBatra
WF
11-12:20
English 202Introduction to Creative WritingRichardson, N.
TTh
12:30-1:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryShanahan
MW
11:20-12:40
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryShanahan
MW
4:20-5:40
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryWebster
TTh
9:40-11
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryMarshall
TTh
4:20-5:40
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryShanahan
MW
11-12:20
English 206Reading and Writing PoetrySchlesinger
TTh
5:30p-6:50p
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryBoyd
WF
12:30-1:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryCurdy
MW
9:30-10:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryBoyd
WF
12:30-1:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryWebster
TTh
9:30-10:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryTrethewey
W
3:30-5:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetrySchlesinger
TTh
5:30-6:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionBouldrey
TTh
11:20-12:40
English 207Reading and Writing FictionSeliy
MW
12:30-1:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionAbani
W
6p-8:50p
English 207Reading and Writing FictionSeliy
MW
12:30-1:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionKokernot
TTh
12:30-1:50
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionMun
TTh
2:40-4
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionBresland
MW
9:30-10:50
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionBresland
MW
2-3:20
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionBouldrey
MW
11-12:20
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionStaff
WF
12:30-1:50
English 307Advanced Creative Writing: What Happens Next? Structure, Plot, and Suspense in Short FictionKokernot
TTh
1-2:20
English 307Advanced Creative WritingDonohue
T
6:15pm-9:15pm
English 308Advanced Nonfiction Writing: The Radio EssayBresland
MW
1-2:20
English 309Advanced Creative Cross-Genre Writing: Writing AncestryWebster
TTh
2-3:20
English 392Situation of WritingBouldrey
TTh
8-9:20p
English 393-1Theory and Practice of PoetryGibbons
MW
4:20-5:40
English 393-2Theory and Practice of PoetryShanahan
MW
3:30-4:50
English 393-3Theory and Practice of PoetryCurdy
MW
3:30-4:50
English 394-1Theory and Practice of FictionAbani
MW
4:20-5:40
English 394-2Theory and Practice of FictionSeliy
MW
4:20-5:40
English 394-3Theory and Practice of FictionDonohue
MW
3:30-4:50
English 395-1Theory and Practice of Creative NonfictionBresland
MW
4:20-5:40
English 395-2Theory and Practice of Creative NonfictionBiss
MW
3:30-4:50
English 395-3Theory and Practice of Creative NonfictionBouldrey
MW
3:30-4:50

200-LEVEL LITERATURE COURSES

English 210-1English Literary Traditions, Part 1Evans
TTh
11:20-12:40 plus discussion section
English 210-2English Literary Traditions, Part 2Lane
MW
12-12:50, plus discussion section
English 211Introduction to Poetry: The Experience and Logic of PoetryGottlieb
TTh
11-12:20 plus discussion section
English 213Introduction to FictionJohnson
MW
10:20-11:10 plus discussion section
English 214Introduction to Film and Its LiteraturesDavis, N.
TTh
9:30-10:50, plus discussion section
English 220The Bible as Literature (Pre-1830/TTC)Newman
MWF
10-10:50
English 234Introduction to ShakespearePhillips & Wall
MW
12:30-1:50 plus discussion section
English 270-1American Literary Traditions , Part 1Wisecup
MW
11-11:50 plus discussion section
English 270-2American Literary Traditions, Part 2Wilson
TTh
11-12:20
English 273Introduction to 20th Century American Literature (ICSP)Mann
MW
11:30-12:20 plus discussion section
English 275Introduction to Asian American Literature (ICSP)Huang
TTh
9:30-10:50 plus discussion section

300-LEVEL LITERATURE COURSES

English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Ideas of JusticeSchwartz
MW
4:20-5:40
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Southern Food, Music, and LiteratureČerne
MW
1-2:20
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Sex and the Gothic GirlChaskin
TTh
1-2:20
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Two Thousand Years of Trans FictionsNewman
MWF
10-10:50
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Theory of the Global South NovelNadiminti
MW
5-6:20p
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Reading and Interpreting PoeErkkila
TTh
11-12:20
English 300Seminar in Reading and Interpretation: Global EcologiesMwangi
MW
2-3:20
English 300Seminar in Reading and Interpretation: Psychoanalytic Theory and GenderLane
MW
3:30-4:50
English 300Seminar in Reading and Interpretation: Medieval Pop CultureBreen
TTh
11-12:20
English 302History of the English Language (Pre 1830/TTC)Breen
TTh
11-12:20
English 313Studies in Fiction: Science Fiction (Post 1830/ICSP)Andrews
TTh
12:30-1:50
English 313Studies in Fiction: Desire and Danger in the 19th C English Novel (Post 1830)Law
TTh
3:30-4:50
English 323-1Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales (Pre 1830)Phillips
TTh
2-3:20
English 324Studies in Medieval Literature: The Seven Deadly Sins (Pre-1830)Phillips
MW
3:30-4:50
English 324Studies in Medieval Literature: Speculative Fictions: Allegory from Rome to Star Trek (Pre 1830)Breen
TTh
9:30-10:50
English 331Renaissance Poetry: Love in the Age of Shakespeare (Pre 1830/ICSP)Wall
TTh
2-3:20
English 335Milton (Pre-1830)Schwartz
MW
2:40-4
English 338Studies in Renaissance Literature: Brave New Worlds, 1500-1700 (Pre-1830)West
TTh
9:40-11
English 339Special Topics in Shakespeare: Hamlet: That is the Question (Pre 1830)Masten
MW 2-3:20
English 344Eighteenth Century Fiction: Jane Austen and the Culture Wars (Pre-1830)Soni
MW
9:40-11
English 361-120th-Century Poetry: Modern Poetry & Poetics (Post 1830)Froula
TTh
11-12:20
English 365Studies in Postcolonial Literature: Imaginary Homelands: South Asian Literatures in English (Post 1830/ICSP/TTC)Nadiminti
MW
2-3:20
English 366Studies in African American Literature: Black Feminist Worldmaking (Post 1830/ICSP)Mann
MW
1-2:20
English 366Studies in African American Literature: Feeling Black / Black Feeling (Post 1830/ICSP)Jackson
TTh
11-12:20
English 368Studies in 20th Century Literature: Lesbian Representation in Popular Culture (Post 1830/ICSP)Chaskin
TTh
4:20-5:40
English 368Studies in 20th Century Literature: Joyce's Ulysses: Poetics & Politics of the Everyday (Post 1830/TTC)Froula
TTh
3:30-4:50
English 368Studies in 20th Century Literature: Writing Human Rights (Post 1830/ICSP/TTC)Nadiminti
TTh
9:30-10:50
English 371American Novel: Major Authors: James Baldwin (Post 1830/ICSP)Bey
TTh
1-2:20
English 371American Novel: Defining America (Post 1830)Savage
TTh
2:40-4
English 371American Novel: Race and Politics in Faulkner (Post 1830/ICSP)Stern
MW
12:30-1:50
English 371American Novel: The Big Book: Herman Melville's "Moby-Dick" (Post 1830)Grossman
TTh
11-12:20
English 375Topics in Asian American Literature: Memory + Identity in Asian American Literature (Post 1830/ICSP)Huang
MW
2-3:20
English 378Studies in American Literature: American City: Chicago & Im/Migration in 20th-C. Literature (Post 1830/ICSP)Černe
MW
4:20-5:40
English 378Studies in American Literature: US Literature and That ’70s Feeling (Post 1830)Jackson
TTh
2-3:20
English 378Studies in American Literature: American Women Auteurs, Black and White: 1850-1870 (Post 1830/ICSP)Stern
TTh
11-12:20
English 378Studies in American Literature: Environmental Justice in Black and Indigenous Women’s Literature (Post 1830/ICSP)Černe
TTh
2-3:20
English 378Studies in American Literature: "The Chicago Way": Urban Spaces and American Literature (Post 1830)Savage
TTh
3:30-4:50
English 381Studies in Literature & Medicine: Literature and Medicine from Mary Shelley to Will Self (Post 1830)Lane
MW
11:20-12:40
English 381Studies in Literature & Medicine: Contagious Narratives (Post 1830/ICSP)Mann
TTh
3:30-4:50
English 381Studies in Literature and Medicine: Introduction to Disability Studies in Literature (Post 1830/ICSP)Chaskin
MW
3:30-4:50
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: The Cinema of Always-On Computing (Post 1830)Hodge
TTh
11:20-12:40
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: Learning to Walk: Experiments in Exteriority (Post 1830/TTC)Feinsod
MW
2:40-4
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: LGBTQ Art and Activism in the United States (Post 1830/ICSP)Chaskin
MW
3:30-4:50
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: Writing Gay Men's Lives (Post 1830/ICSP)Grossman
MW
12:30-1:50
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: Law and Literature (Post 1830/TTC)Schwartz
MW
9:30-10:50
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: Information Overload! (Post 1830/TTC)Ladd
TTh
12:30-1:50
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: Animal Letters (Pre 1830)Shannon
TTh
3:30-4:50
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: Interracial Encounters (Post 1830/ICSP)Huang
MW
3:30-4:50
English 386Studies in Literature and Film: American Fantasy (Post 1830)Andrews
Meets asynchronously
English 386Studies in Literature and Film: 2001: A Cinematic Odyssey (Post 1830/TTC)Davis, N.
MW
8-9:20p
English 386Studies in Literature & Film: Gender and Horror (Post 1830/ICSP)Andrews
MW
9:30-10:50
English 386Studies in Literature & Film: Fake news: Journalists as Storytellers, Sinners, and Saints (Post 1830)Blankenau
MW
12:30-1:50
English 397Research Seminar: Landscape and Technology in 20th Century LiteratureFroula
TTh
11-12:20
English 397Research Seminar: Nineteenth-century U.S. Poetry and the History of the BookGrossman
MW
3:30-4:50
English 398-1Honors SeminarSoni
M
3-5:20
English 398-2Honors SeminarSoni
M
3-5:20

GRADUATE COURSES

English 403Writers' Studies in Literature: How to WorkGibbons
M
10a-1p
English 403Writers' Studies in Literature: Art & Practice of Public Writing & ScholarshipJackson
M
10a-12:50p
English 410Introduction to Graduate StudyEvans
W 2-4:50
English 412Studies in Drama: American Bodies in MotionManning
Th
2-4:50
English 422Studies in Medieval Literature: Allegory and GenderNewman
Th
2-4:50
English 431Studies in 16th Century Literature: Creaturely Life before DescartesShannon
W
2-4:50
English 441Studies in 18th Century Literature: Theories of LanguageSoni
W
2-4:50
English 455Studies in Victorian Literature: Hardy's Genders and ProtomodernismLane
M
2-4:50
English 461Studies in Contemporary Literature: Hemispheric Literature and PoliticsFeinsod
T
2-4:50
English 461Studies in Contemporary Literature: GIFs, Selfies, Memes: New Networked GenresHodge
M
2-4:50
English 461Studies in Contemporary Literature: Proust, Joyce, Woolf, and the Invention of Modernist RealismFroula
M
2-4:50
English 471Studies in American Literature: Black Mindfulness LiteratureSpigner
T
2-4:50
English 471Studies in American Literature: American Women Auteurs, Black and White: 1850-1870Stern
T
2-4:50
English 481Studies in Literary Theory & Criticism: Introduction to Digital HumanitiesLadd
Th
2-4:50
English 481Studies in Literary Theory and Criticism: Queer Theory and Queer CinemaDavis, N.
Th
2-4:50
English 493Elements of CraftAbani
T
6p-8:50p
English 494The Long FormWebster
W
2-4:50
English 496MFA Poetry Workshop: The Art of Research, or Toward the 25th PoemTrethewey
W
2-4:50
English 496MFA Poetry Workshop: The Art of Research, or Toward the 25th PoemTrethewey
T
2-4:50
English 497MFA Fiction WorkshopAbani
T
6p-8:50p
English 497MFA Fiction WorkshopMun
W
6p-8:50p
English 498MFA Creative Nonfiction WorkshopBiss
W
6p-8:50p
English 505Research Development SeminarErkkila
Th
3-4:50
English 520Writing for PublicationMasten
T
3-4:50
English 571Teaching Creative WritingSeliy
M
6p-8:50p
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