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Fall 2021 Class Schedule

**Meeting days and times may be subject to change.**
CourseTitleInstructorDay/Time
English 202Introduction to Creative WritingLombardoWF  9:30-10:50
English 202Introduction to Creative WritingScanlonWF  11-12:20
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryBoydMW  11-12:20
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryCurdyTTh  9:30-10:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryShanahanTTh  11-12:20
English 206Reading and Writing PoetrySchlesingerTTh  5:30p-6:50p
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryBoydMW  12:30-1:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionAbaniT  3-5:50
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionBreslandMW  12:30-1:50
English 210-1English Literary Traditions, Part 1ThompsonMW  10-10:50, plus discussion section
English 211Introduction to PoetryGottliebMW  11-12:20, plus discussion section
English 273Introduction to 20th Century American Literature (TTC)NadimintiMW  12:30-1:50, plus discussion section
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Ideas of JusticeSchwartzMW  9:30-10:50
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Southern Food, Music, & LiteratureńĆerneTTh  12:30-1:50
English 309Advanced Creative Writing: The Art of ObsessionMunTTh  12:30-1:50
English 312Studies in Drama: State of the Nation Plays (Post-1830)Davis, T.TTh  9:30-10:50
English 312Studies in Drama: Katherine Dunham (Post-1830/ICSP)ManningF  10a-12:50p
English 324Studies in Medieval Literature: The Global Middle Ages (Pre 1830/TTC/ICSP)NewmanMWF  2-2:50
English 335Milton (Pre-1830)SchwartzMW  12:30-1:50
English 339Special Topics in Shakespeare: Shakespeare and Others (Pre 1830/ICSP)WestTTh  11-12:20
English 313Studies in 18th Century Fiction: Jane Austen and the Culture Wars: Novels of Jane Austen in the Context of the French Revolution (Pre-1830)SoniMW  11-12:20
English 313Studies in 19th Century Fiction: British Children's Fantasy (Post-1830)BotzMW  11-12:20
English 366Studies in African American Literature: Gender and Black Masculinity (Post-1830)BeyTTh  9:30-10:50
English 368Studies in 20th Century Literature: Imaginary Homelands: Intro to South Asian Lit in English (Post-1830/TTC)NadimintiMW  3:30-4:50
English 378Studies in American Literature: The Jazz Age: Love and Art in the 1920s (Post-1830)SavageTTh  2-3:20
English 381Literature and Medicine: Intro to Disability Studies in Literature (Post-1830/ICSP)ChaskinTTh  12:30-1:50
English 393-1Theory and Practice of PoetryGibbonsMW  3:30-4:50
English 394-1Theory and Practice of FictionDonohueMW  3:30-4:50
English 395-1Theory and Practice of Creative NonfictionBreslandMW  3:30-4:50
English 397Research Seminar: Retelling, Rewriting, and Resources: Imitation and Creativity between Literary TextsWestTTh  3:30-4:50
English 398-1Honors SeminarSoniM  3-5:20
English 403Writers' Studies in Literature: How to WorkGibbonsM  10a-12:50p
English 410Introduction to Graduate Studies: Historicism Uses and AbusesFeinsodM  2-4:50
English 455Studies in Poetry: Poetics of DissolutionWilsonW  2-4:50
English 441Studies in 18th Century Literature: Realism/AntirealismThompsonT  2-4:50
English 465Studies in Colonial & Postcolonial Literature: Ecology and Postcolonial FormsMwangiTh  2-4:50
English 481Studies in Literary Theory & Criticism: Racial EcologiesHuangTh  2-4:50
English 493Elements of CraftAbaniW  2-4:50
English 494The Long FormCurdyT  2-4:50
English 496MFA Poetry WorkshopShanahanTh  2-4:50
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