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Fall 2019 Class Schedule

CourseTitleInstructorDay/Time
English 202Introduction to Creative WritingStaffWF  9:30-10:50
English 202Introduction to Creative WritingStaffWF  12:30-1:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryMehiganTTh  9:30-10:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryMehiganTTh  11-12:20
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryCurdyMW  11-12:20
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryStaffWF  12:30-1:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionMartinezMW  3:30-4:50
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionBreslandMW  11-12:20
English 211Introduction to PoetryGottliebMW  11-11:50
English 270-1American Literary Traditions WisecupMW  12-12:50
English 277Introduction to Latina and Latino LiteratureCutlerTTh  11-12:20
English 300Seminar in Reading and Interpretation: Psychoanalytic Theory, Gender, and LiteratureLaneMW  11-12:20
English 300Seminar in Reading and Interpretation: Songs and SonnetsPhillipsTTh  9:30-10:50
English 300Seminar in Reading and Interpretation: PoeErkkil√§TTh  3:30-4:50
English 307Advanced Creative WritingMunTTh  12:30-1:50
English 313Studies in Fiction: Postcolonial Noir: Crime Fiction, Empire, and the Postcolony (Post 1830/TTC)JohnsonMW  2-3:20
English 323-1Chaucer (Pre 1830)PhillipsTTh  2-3:20
English 324Studies in Medieval Literature: Queering Medieval Romance (Pre 1830/ICSP)NewmanMWF  11-11:50
English 331Renaissance Poetry: Love in the Age of Shakespeare (Pre 1830/ICSP)WallMW  9:30-10:50
English 34418th Century Fiction: Marriage Plots Before Austen (Pre 1830/ICSP)ThompsonTTh  9:30-10:50
English 359Studies in Victorian Literature: Thomas Hardy: Distance and Desire (Post 1830)LaneMW  3:30-4:50
English 366Studies in African American Literature: Feeling Black / Black Feeling (Post 1830/ICSP)JacksonTTh  2-3:20
English 368Studies in 20th Century Literature: Queer Modernisms (Post 1830)NordgrenMW  12:30-1:50
English 374Topics in Native American and Indigenous Literature: Native Chicago Literatures of Place and Protest (Post 1830/TTC)WisecupMW  2-3:20
English 377Special Topics in Latina/o Literature: Latinx Modernism (Post 1830/ICSP)CutlerTTh  3:30-4:50
English 378Studies in American Literature: Founding Terrors (Pre 1830/TTC)Erkkil√§TTh  11-12:20
English 385Topics in Combined Studies: The Horror Film (Post 1830)HodgeTTh  11-12:20
English 387Studies in Literature and Commerce: Risky Business and the American Dream in Modern Literature (Post 1830)CaldwellTTh  3:30-4:50
English 388Studies in Literature and Religion: Radical Spirits (Post 1830/ICSP)HighMW  11-12:20
English 388Studies in Literature and Religion: Science Fiction and Social Justice (Post 1830)KingMW  3:30-4:50
English 392Situation of WritingBouldreyTTh  3:30-4:50
English 393-1Theory and Practice of PoetryCurdyMW  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: 19th Century American Poetry (Post 1830)GrossmanMW  3:30-4:50
English 398-1Honors SeminarMwangiW  3-5:20
English 403Writers' Studies in LiteratureGibbonsT  2-4:50
English 422Studies in Medieval Literature: Forging a Literary Career in the Fourteenth CenturyNewmanTh  2-4:50
English 441Studies in 18th-Century Literature: Fictions of Judgment in the Eighteenth CenturySoniM  2-4:50
English 461Studies in Contemporary Literature: Hannah Arendt: Poetry, Politics, and ThoughtGottliebW  2-4:50
English 493Elements of CraftMartinezM  10am-12:50pm
English 494The Long FormGibbonsTh  6-8:50
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