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Spring 2020 Class Schedule

English 206Reading and Writing PoetryMehiganMW  11-12:20
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryStaffTTh  5:30-6:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryStaffWF  9:30-10:50
English 206Reading and Writing PoetryStaffWF  12:30-1:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionBouldreyMW  12:30-1:50
English 207Reading and Writing FictionSeliyTTh  9:30-10:50
English 208Reading and Writing Creative NonfictionStaffWF  9:30-10:50
English 210-2English Literary Traditions, Part 2LaneMWF  11-11:50
English 234Introduction to ShakespeareMastenMW  12:30-1:50
English 275Introduction to Asian American LiteratureHuangTTh  9:30-10:50
English 300Seminar in Reading and Interpretation: Seas of Stories: Story Collections from Aesop to RushdieWestMW  9:30-10:50
English 300Seminar in Reading and InterpretationBoemlerMW  12:30-1:50
English 300Seminar in Reading and InterpretationFroulaTTh  9:30-10:50
English 306Advanced Poetry Writing: Theory and Practice of Poetry in TranslationGibbonsTTh  11-12:20
English 307Advance Creative WritingAhmadMW  2-3:20
English 313Studies in Fiction: Science Fiction (Post 1830/TTC)AndrewsTTh  9:30-10:50
English 324Studies in Medieval Literature: The Middle Ages Go to the Movies (Pre 1830/TTC)BreenTTh  9:30-10:50
English 332Renaissance Drama: Power and Commerce in Early Modern Drama (Pre 1830)CaldwellTTh  12:30-1:50
English 335Milton (Pre 1830)SchwartzMW  9:30-10:50
English 338Studies in Renaissance Literature: Reading Between the Lines (Pre 1830/TTC)BoemlerMW  3:30-4:50
English 363-120th Century Fiction: Modern British Fiction and The First World War (Post 1830)LaneMW  3:30-4:50
English 365Studies in Postcolonial Literature: Indian Ocean Cultures (Post 1830/TTC)MwangiTTh  11-12:20
English 366Studies in African American Literature: Black Insecurity (Post 1830/ICSP)MannMW  11-12:20
English 366Studies in African American LiteratureSpignerMW  2-3:20
English 368Studies in 20th Century Literature: Woolf and Bloomsbury (Post 1830)FroulaTTh  2-3:20
English 378Studies in American Literature: Visionary Women Writers (Pre 1830)HighMW  12:30-1:50
English 378Studies in American Literature: The Chicago Way: Urban Spaces and American Literature (Post 1830/ICSP)SavageTTh  3:30-4:50
English 383Studies in Theory and Criticism: Black Vernacular as Theory (Post 1830/ICSP)BeyTTh  2-3:20
English 386Studies in Literature and Film: Celebrity Culture (Post 1830)NordgrenMW  2-3:20
English 387Studies in Literature and Commerce: Love and Money from Shakespeare to Crazy Rich Asians (Post 1830)CaldwellTTh  3:30-4:50
English 388Studies in Literature and Religion: Saints and Rebels (Post 1830/ICSP)BoemlerMW  9:30-10:50
English 393-3Theory and Practice of PoetryStaffMW  3:30-4:50
English 394-3Theory and Practice of FictionAbaniMW  3:30-4:50
English 395-3Theory and Practice of Creative NonfictionBouldreyMW  3:30-4:50
English 397Research Seminar: The Uses and Abuses of the Middle AgesBreenTTh  11-12:20
English 403Writers' Studies in LiteratureStaffTBA  TBA
English 435Studies in 17th-Century Literature: The Renaissances We EarnWestM  2-4:50
English 451Studies in Romantic Literature: Lyric EnvironmentsWolffW  2-4:50
English 465Studies in Colonial & Postcolonial Literature: Forms and EcologyMwangiTu  2-4:50
English 471Studies in American Literature: The Poetics of DissolutionWilsonTh  2-4:50
English 496MFA Poetry Workshop: Obscurity and The Veil of MeaningAbaniT  6p-8:50p
English 498MFA Creative Nonfiction WorkshopBissM  6p-8:50p
English 571Teaching Creative WritingSeliyM  10a-12:50p
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