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Spring 2024 Class Schedule

**Meeting days and times may be subject to change.**

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CourseTitleInstructorDay/Time
English 200Literary Histories: Far From Home: Journeys, Exile, Migration, and HopeWallMW  12:30-1:50
English 202Introduction to Creative WritingHappeWF  11-12:20
English 202Introduction to Creative WritingHirsiWF  12:30-1:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetrySmithMW  9:30-10:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryWebsterMW  12:30-1:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryShanahanTTh  11-12:20
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryShanahanTTh  3:30-4:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionSeliyMW  2-3:20
English 207Reading and Writing FictionScanlonMW  3:30-4:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionBouldreyTTh  9:30-10:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionBouldreyTTh  11-12:20
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionBreslandTTh  11-12:20
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionJohnsonTTh  12:30-1:50
English 210-2British Literary Traditions, Part 2 (Historical Breadth Post 1830)FroulaTTh  11-12:20, plus discussion section
English 213Introduction to Fiction: Coming of AgeLawMW  9:30-10:50, plus discussion section
English 234Introduction to ShakespeareMastenMW  12:30-1:50, plus discussion section
English 266Introduction to African American Literature: African American Literature from the Beginning to the PresentWilsonTTh  9:30-10:50, plus discussion section
English 275Introduction to Asian American LiteratureHuangMW  11-12:20, plus discussion section
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Detective FictionEvansMW  9:30-10:50
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: WesternsJacksonMW  11-12:20
English 300Seminar in Reading & Interpretation: Magic, Monsters, and Dystopias: Young Adult Speculative FictionLarkinTTh  2-3:20
English 309Advanced Creative Cross-Genre Writing: Spoken Word and the Radiophonic ImaginationBreslandTTh  3:30-4:50
English 312Studies in Drama: The Drama of Homosexuality (Pre 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Gender, Sexuality & Embodiment)MastenMW  3:30-4:50
English 312Studies in Drama: Bodies in Motion (Post 1830)ManningF  10-12:50
English 313Studies in Fiction: On the Edges of American Empire (Post 1830)LawTTh  9:30-10:50
English 324Studies in Medieval Literature: The Global Middle Ages (Pre 1830)NewmanMWF  1-1:50
English 331Renaissance Poetry: 17th Century Poetry (Pre 1830)SchwartzMW  11-12:20
English 338Studies in Renaissance Literature: Rethinking Revenge (Pre 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Transnationalism and Textual Circulation/Race & Ethnicity/Postcolonial and Comparative Literatures)EvansMW  2-3:20
English 35719th-Century British Fiction: Madwomen in the Attic: Insanity, Gender, and Authorship in British and American Fiction (Post 1830)CogswellTTh  12:30-1:50
English 366Studies in African American Literature: The Black Novel (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Race & Ethnicity)MannMW  9:30-10:50
English 366Studies in African American Literature: Black Speculative Fiction (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Race & Ethnicity)MannMW  12:30-1:50
English 368Studies in 20th- and 21st-Century Literature: Great Women Writers (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Gender, Sexuality & Embodiment)FroulaTTh  3:30-4:50
English 374Studies in Native American and Indigenous Literatures: Protest Indigenous Literature: From Red Power to Standing Rock (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Race & Ethnicity)WisecupTTh  11-12:20
English 375Studies in Asian American Literature: Memory & Identity in Asian American Literature (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Race & Ethnicity)HuangMW  3:30-4:50
English 378Studies in American Literature: Walt Whitman: Lives and Afterlives (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Gender, Sexuality & Embodiment)GrossmanMW  11-12:20
English 378Studies in American Literature: Westerns (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice)JacksonMW  2-3:20
English 378Studies in American Literature: "The Chicago Way": Urban Spaces and American Literature (Post 1830)SavageTTh  2-3:20
English 381Literature and Medicine: Medicine, Race, and Gender (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Gender, Sexuality & Embodiment/Race & Ethnicity)LarkinTTh  11-12:20
English 382Literature and Law: TBA (Pre 1830)SchwartzMW  9:30-10:50
English 383Special Topics in Theory: Black Feminist Theory (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Gender, Sexuality & Embodiment/Race & Ethnicity)BeyMW  11-12:20
English 383Special Topics in Theory: Black Vernacular as Theory (Post 1830/Identities, Communities, and Social Practice/Race & Ethnicity)BeyMW  2-3:20
English 386Studies in Literature and Film: TBACogswellTTh  2-3:20
English 386Studies in Literature and Film: Besties and Frenemies: Representations of Female Friendship in Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Literature and Film (Post 1830)GodfreyTTh  3:30-4:50
English 393-3Theory and Practice of PoetryWebsterMW  3:30-4:50
English 394-3Theory and Practice of FictionDonohueMW  3:30-4:50
English 395-3Theory and Practice of Creative NonfictionHern├índezMW  3:30-4:50
English 397Research Seminar: Global ShakespeareWallMW  9:30-10:50
English 403Writers Studies in Literature: The First Book of PoetryShanahanM  2-4:50
English 431Studies in 16th-Century Literature: Political Thought in Shakespearean ContextsShannonW  2-4:50
English 461Studies in Contemporary Literature: Ecologies of the Global SouthMwangiT  2-4:50
English 471Studies in American Literature: Indigenous Archives and Public HumanitiesWisecupTh  2-4:50
English 498MFA Creative Nonfiction WorkshopHern├índezT  2-4:50
English 520Writing for PublicationMwangiM  2-4:50
English 571Teaching Creative WritingSeliyM  10a-12:50p