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(1-99) Primarily for Undergraduate Students

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
ENG 1A 1 Introduction to Literary Studies
[ hum ]
Topic for fall 2020: Modern Literature and the Problem of Evil. This course takes a fresh look at the study of literature by exploring how a variety of authors and genres confront the problem of evil in the modern world, from Elizabethan drama to graphic novels and film. We'll practice using several influential literary theories to make sense of what we read and see. Texts include the Book of Job, King Lear, Paradise Lost, Robinson Crusoe, Art Spiegelman's Maus, and Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things.
Instruction for this course will be offered in-person. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2C
T,Th 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Gerstenzang 123
Tharaud, Jerome View Books
ENG 19A 1 Introduction to Creative Writing Workshop
[ hum wi ]
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1D
M,W 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Chen, Chen View Books
ENG 20A 1 Bollywood: Popular Film, Genre, and Society
[ djw hum nw ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1B
M,W 10:00 AM–11:30 AM
Olin-Sang Amer Civ Ctr101
Anjaria, Ulka View Books
ENG 27B 1DL Classic Hollywood Cinema
[ hum ]
Preference given to first year international students.
This course will be conducted using LATTE and Zoom as "remote learning" in real-time EST for the time depicted in the schedule.
Brandeis Abroad session
Block 1B
M,W 10:00 AM–11:30 AM
Morrison, Paul View Books
ENG 28A 1
Syllabus
Environmental Literature in an Age of Extinction
[ deis-us dl hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1D
M,W 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Irr, Caren View Books
ENG 38A 1 Fantasy Worlds: From Lilliput and Middle Earth to LARPs
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1C
M,W 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Lown Cntr for JudaicStudies203
Plotz, John View Books
ENG 40B 1 The Birth of the Short Story: Gods, Ghosts, Lunatics
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1E
M,W 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitiesG10
Plotz, John View Books
ENG 62B 1
Syllabus
Contemporary African Literature, Global Perspectives
[ djw dl hum nw oc ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1C
M,W 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Williams, Joshua View Books
ENG 64A 1 Queer Readings: Before the Binary
[ hum oc ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2E
T,Th 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
King, Thomas A View Books
ENG 73A 1
Syllabus
Witchcraft and Magic in the Renaissance
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1E
M,W 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitiesG03
Targoff, Ramie View Books
ENG 79A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Beginning Screenplay
[ dl hum oc wi ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. All Creative Writing courses are by instructor's permission, after the submission of a manuscript sample. Manuscript samples should be no more than 6 pages of creative work in the genre of the Creative Writing workshop to which the student is applying; poetry, fiction, screenwriting. Samples should be emailed in a single document, (.doc or .docx) to the relevant instructor beginning the week prior to registration. Each workshop is capped at 12. During early registration each workshop will accept up to 10 students, allowing room for incoming first-years and transfer students during the fall registration period.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Weinberg, Marc View Books
 

(100-199) For Both Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
CLAS/ENG 153B 1
Syllabus
Race Before Race: Premodern Critical Race Studies
[ deis-us djw dl hum wi ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Gillespie, Caitlin
Kim, Dorothy
View Books
ECS/ENG 110A 1
Syllabus
Thinking about Infinity
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2D
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Flesch, William View Books
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ dl hum oc wi ]
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. All Creative Writing courses are by instructor's permission, after the submission of a manuscript sample. Manuscript samples should be no more than 6 pages of creative work in the genre of the Creative Writing workshop to which the student is applying; poetry, fiction, screenwriting. Samples should be emailed in a single document, (.doc or .docx) to the relevant instructor beginning the week prior to registration. Each workshop is capped at 12. During early registration each workshop will accept up to 10 students, allowing room for incoming first-years and transfer students during the fall registration period.
May be repeated for credit.
Instructor's Signature Required.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1E
M,W 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Chen, Chen View Books
ENG 119A 1
Syllabus
Fiction Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]
Instructor's Signature Required.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. All Creative Writing courses are by instructor's permission, after the submission of a manuscript sample. Manuscript samples should be no more than 6 pages of creative work in the genre of the Creative Writing workshop to which the student is applying; poetry, fiction, screenwriting. Samples should be emailed in a single document, (.doc or .docx) to the relevant instructor beginning the week prior to registration. Each workshop is capped at 12. During early registration each workshop will accept up to 10 students, allowing room for incoming first-years and transfer students during the fall registration period. May be repeated for credit.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2E
T,Th 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Talusan, Grace View Books
ENG 127B 1 Migrating Bodies, Migrating Texts
[ djw hum nw ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Smith, Faith Lois View Books
ENG 131B 1
Syllabus
Decolonial Pedagogy
[ deis-us djw hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1F
M,W 6:00 PM–7:30 PM
Williams, Joshua View Books
ENG 139A 1
Syllabus
Publishing Workshop: Literary Editing and Publishing
[ dl hum oc wi ]
Instructor's Signature Required.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. Students will be selected after the submission of an introductory letter including student's major, writing/editing experience, why publishing is of interest to them, any experimental literary publications/performances they've experienced. This course fulfills a workshop requirement for the Creative Writing major and minor.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1D
M,W 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Bradfield, Elizabeth C View Books
ENG 149A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Writing for Television
[ dl hum oc wi ]
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. All Creative Writing courses are by instructor's permission, after the submission of a manuscript sample. Manuscript samples should be no more than 6 pages of creative work in the genre of the Creative Writing workshop to which the student is applying; poetry, fiction, screenwriting. Samples should be emailed in a single document, (.doc or .docx) to the relevant instructor beginning the week prior to registration. Each workshop is capped at 12. During early registration each workshop will accept up to 10 students, allowing room for incoming first-years and transfer students during the fall registration period.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2D
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Weinberg, Marc View Books
ENG 156A 1 The Modern Prometheus
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2F
T,Th 6:00 PM–7:30 PM
Quinney, Laura View Books
ENG 167B 1 Writing the Nation: James Baldwin, Richard Wright, Toni Morrison
[ deis-us hum ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2D
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Callender, Brandon View Books
ENG 170B 1 Contemporary Theatre and Performance: Between Rights and the Post-Human
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1G
M,W 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitesG12
King, Thomas A View Books
ENG 173A 1
Syllabus
Spenser and Milton
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2C
T,Th 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Flesch, William View Books
ENG 177A 1 Hitchcock's Movies
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1C
M,W 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Morrison, Paul View Books
ENG 180B 1
Syllabus
Romantic Comedy / Matrimonial Tragedy
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Sherman, David R. View Books
ENG 188B 1
Syllabus
Capitalism and Culture
[ hum oc ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1B
M,W 10:00 AM–11:30 AM
Irr, Caren View Books
 

Literary Theory / Criticism Courses

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
ECS/ENG 110A 1
Syllabus
Thinking about Infinity
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2D
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Flesch, William View Books
ENG 131B 1
Syllabus
Decolonial Pedagogy
[ deis-us djw hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1F
M,W 6:00 PM–7:30 PM
Williams, Joshua View Books
ENG 188B 1
Syllabus
Capitalism and Culture
[ hum oc ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1B
M,W 10:00 AM–11:30 AM
Irr, Caren View Books
 

Media and Film Courses

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
ENG 20A 1 Bollywood: Popular Film, Genre, and Society
[ djw hum nw ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1B
M,W 10:00 AM–11:30 AM
Olin-Sang Amer Civ Ctr101
Anjaria, Ulka View Books
ENG 27B 1DL Classic Hollywood Cinema
[ hum ]
Preference given to first year international students.
This course will be conducted using LATTE and Zoom as "remote learning" in real-time EST for the time depicted in the schedule.
Brandeis Abroad session
Block 1B
M,W 10:00 AM–11:30 AM
Morrison, Paul View Books
ENG 177A 1 Hitchcock's Movies
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1C
M,W 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Morrison, Paul View Books
ENG 180B 1
Syllabus
Romantic Comedy / Matrimonial Tragedy
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Sherman, David R. View Books
 

Multicultural Literature/World Anglophone Courses

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
AAAS 124A 1 After the Dance: Performing Sovereignty in the Caribbean
[ hum oc ss ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2C
T,Th 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Smith, Faith Lois View Books
CLAS/ENG 153B 1
Syllabus
Race Before Race: Premodern Critical Race Studies
[ deis-us djw dl hum wi ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Gillespie, Caitlin
Kim, Dorothy
View Books
ENG 20A 1 Bollywood: Popular Film, Genre, and Society
[ djw hum nw ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1B
M,W 10:00 AM–11:30 AM
Olin-Sang Amer Civ Ctr101
Anjaria, Ulka View Books
ENG 62B 1
Syllabus
Contemporary African Literature, Global Perspectives
[ djw dl hum nw oc ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1C
M,W 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Williams, Joshua View Books
ENG 127B 1 Migrating Bodies, Migrating Texts
[ djw hum nw ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Smith, Faith Lois View Books
ENG 131B 1
Syllabus
Decolonial Pedagogy
[ deis-us djw hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1F
M,W 6:00 PM–7:30 PM
Williams, Joshua View Books
ENG 167B 1 Writing the Nation: James Baldwin, Richard Wright, Toni Morrison
[ deis-us hum ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2D
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Callender, Brandon View Books
 

Pre-1800 Courses

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
CLAS/ENG 153B 1
Syllabus
Race Before Race: Premodern Critical Race Studies
[ deis-us djw dl hum wi ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Gillespie, Caitlin
Kim, Dorothy
View Books
ENG 40B 1 The Birth of the Short Story: Gods, Ghosts, Lunatics
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1E
M,W 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitiesG10
Plotz, John View Books
ENG 64A 1 Queer Readings: Before the Binary
[ hum oc ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2E
T,Th 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
King, Thomas A View Books
ENG 73A 1
Syllabus
Witchcraft and Magic in the Renaissance
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1E
M,W 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitiesG03
Targoff, Ramie View Books
ENG 173A 1
Syllabus
Spenser and Milton
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2C
T,Th 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Flesch, William View Books
 

Post-1800 Courses

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
AAAS 124A 1 After the Dance: Performing Sovereignty in the Caribbean
[ hum oc ss ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2C
T,Th 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Smith, Faith Lois View Books
ENG 1A 1 Introduction to Literary Studies
[ hum ]
Topic for fall 2020: Modern Literature and the Problem of Evil. This course takes a fresh look at the study of literature by exploring how a variety of authors and genres confront the problem of evil in the modern world, from Elizabethan drama to graphic novels and film. We'll practice using several influential literary theories to make sense of what we read and see. Texts include the Book of Job, King Lear, Paradise Lost, Robinson Crusoe, Art Spiegelman's Maus, and Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things.
Instruction for this course will be offered in-person. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2C
T,Th 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Gerstenzang 123
Tharaud, Jerome View Books
ENG 28A 1
Syllabus
Environmental Literature in an Age of Extinction
[ deis-us dl hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1D
M,W 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Irr, Caren View Books
ENG 38A 1 Fantasy Worlds: From Lilliput and Middle Earth to LARPs
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1C
M,W 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Lown Cntr for JudaicStudies203
Plotz, John View Books
ENG 62B 1
Syllabus
Contemporary African Literature, Global Perspectives
[ djw dl hum nw oc ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1C
M,W 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Williams, Joshua View Books
ENG 127B 1 Migrating Bodies, Migrating Texts
[ djw hum nw ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Smith, Faith Lois View Books
ENG 156A 1 The Modern Prometheus
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2F
T,Th 6:00 PM–7:30 PM
Quinney, Laura View Books
ENG 167B 1 Writing the Nation: James Baldwin, Richard Wright, Toni Morrison
[ deis-us hum ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2D
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Callender, Brandon View Books
ENG 170B 1 Contemporary Theatre and Performance: Between Rights and the Post-Human
[ hum ]
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 1G
M,W 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Mandel Ctr for HumanitesG12
King, Thomas A View Books
 

Creative Writing Workshops

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
ENG 19A 1 Introduction to Creative Writing Workshop
[ hum wi ]
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1D
M,W 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Chen, Chen View Books
ENG 79A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Beginning Screenplay
[ dl hum oc wi ]
See Course Catalog for Special Notes.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. All Creative Writing courses are by instructor's permission, after the submission of a manuscript sample. Manuscript samples should be no more than 6 pages of creative work in the genre of the Creative Writing workshop to which the student is applying; poetry, fiction, screenwriting. Samples should be emailed in a single document, (.doc or .docx) to the relevant instructor beginning the week prior to registration. Each workshop is capped at 12. During early registration each workshop will accept up to 10 students, allowing room for incoming first-years and transfer students during the fall registration period.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2G
T,Th 8:00 PM–9:30 PM
Weinberg, Marc View Books
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ dl hum oc wi ]
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. All Creative Writing courses are by instructor's permission, after the submission of a manuscript sample. Manuscript samples should be no more than 6 pages of creative work in the genre of the Creative Writing workshop to which the student is applying; poetry, fiction, screenwriting. Samples should be emailed in a single document, (.doc or .docx) to the relevant instructor beginning the week prior to registration. Each workshop is capped at 12. During early registration each workshop will accept up to 10 students, allowing room for incoming first-years and transfer students during the fall registration period.
May be repeated for credit.
Instructor's Signature Required.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1E
M,W 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Chen, Chen View Books
ENG 119A 1
Syllabus
Fiction Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]
Instructor's Signature Required.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. All Creative Writing courses are by instructor's permission, after the submission of a manuscript sample. Manuscript samples should be no more than 6 pages of creative work in the genre of the Creative Writing workshop to which the student is applying; poetry, fiction, screenwriting. Samples should be emailed in a single document, (.doc or .docx) to the relevant instructor beginning the week prior to registration. Each workshop is capped at 12. During early registration each workshop will accept up to 10 students, allowing room for incoming first-years and transfer students during the fall registration period. May be repeated for credit.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2E
T,Th 4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Talusan, Grace View Books
ENG 139A 1
Syllabus
Publishing Workshop: Literary Editing and Publishing
[ dl hum oc wi ]
Instructor's Signature Required.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. Students will be selected after the submission of an introductory letter including student's major, writing/editing experience, why publishing is of interest to them, any experimental literary publications/performances they've experienced. This course fulfills a workshop requirement for the Creative Writing major and minor.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1D
M,W 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Bradfield, Elizabeth C View Books
ENG 149A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Writing for Television
[ dl hum oc wi ]
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis.
Offered exclusively on a credit/no credit basis. All Creative Writing courses are by instructor's permission, after the submission of a manuscript sample. Manuscript samples should be no more than 6 pages of creative work in the genre of the Creative Writing workshop to which the student is applying; poetry, fiction, screenwriting. Samples should be emailed in a single document, (.doc or .docx) to the relevant instructor beginning the week prior to registration. Each workshop is capped at 12. During early registration each workshop will accept up to 10 students, allowing room for incoming first-years and transfer students during the fall registration period.
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2D
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Weinberg, Marc View Books
 

Cross-listed in English

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Instructor(s) View Books
HISP 158A 1
Syllabus
Latina Feminisms
[ deis-us djw hum ]
Taught in English.
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 2D
T,Th 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Rosenstiel Basic Med118
Duran, Maria View Books
HSSP 118B 1 Viewing Medicine and Health Policy Through the Lens of Literature
[ oc ss ]
Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 1D
M,W 2:00 PM–3:30 PM
Garnick, Deborah W View Books
RECS 154A 1 The Art of Vladimir Nabokov
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See Course Catalog for Special Notes.
Instruction for this course will be offered in a hybrid combination of in person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. Some courses will have sessions at which in-person and remote students will participate at the same time, and others will arrange for some separate class meetings for in-person and remote students. Enrollment is open to students who will be on campus and students who will be studying remotely up to the enrollment limit.
Block 2C
T,Th 12:00 PM–1:30 PM
Schwartz Hall 103
Powelstock, David View Books
THA 11A 1 European Theater Texts and Theory I
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Instruction for this course will be offered remotely. Meeting times for this course are listed in the schedule of classes (in ET).
Block 2A
T,Th 8:00 AM–9:30 AM
McKittrick, Ryan View Books