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(1-99) Primarily for Undergraduate Students

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AMST/ENG 47A 1
Syllabus
Frontier Visions: The West in American Literature and Culture
[ hum oc ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Jerome Tharaud
COML/ENG 21A 1
Syllabus
The Literature of Walking
[ hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Olin-Sang: 212
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 1A 1 Introduction to Literary Studies
[ hum wi ]

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.


T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 2
Jerome Tharaud
ENG 6A 2 The American Renaissance
[ hum ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Rabb Center: 236
Open
3 / 20 / 0
Jonathan Schroeder
ENG 10B 1 Poetry: A Basic Course
[ hum ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 0
William Flesch
ENG 19A 1
Syllabus
Introduction to Creative Writing Workshop
[ hum wi ]

M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Olin-Sang: 112
Waitlist
12 / 12 / 6
Porsha Olayiwola
ENG 20A 1 Bollywood: Popular Film, Genre, and Society
[ djw hum nw ]

M,W,Th 10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Mandel Humanities: G03
Waitlist
65 / 65 / 0
Ulka Anjaria
ENG 26A 1
Syllabus
Novels on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown: Fiction as Psychological Inquiry
[ hum wi ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Mandel Humanities: G03
Open
59 / 65 / 0
David Sherman
ENG 27B 1 Classic Hollywood Cinema
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Waitlist
23 / 20 / 4
Paul Morrison
ENG 33B 1 Shakespeare Now
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 212
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 0
Ramie Targoff
ENG 35B 1
Syllabus
Women's Friendship (and More) in Nineteenth-century Literature
[ hum ]

M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Shiffman: 123
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Abigail Arnold
ENG 36A 1 Queer Poetry
[ hum ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Lown: 202
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Matthew Burkett
ENG 42A 1 Blackness and Horror
[ deis-us djw hum ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Lown: 201
Waitlist
35 / 35 / 3
Brandon Callender
ENG 43B 1 Medieval Play: Drama, LARP, and Video Games
[ hum oc ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM Open
21 / 40 / 0
Dorothy Kim
ENG 62A 1 Documentary: Techniques and Controversies
[ hum ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Matthew Schratz
ENG 79A 2 Screenwriting Workshop: Beginning Screenplay
[ dl hum wi ]

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


T 7:05 PM–9:55 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
Consent Req.

11 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG/HIST 20A 1 Violent Resistance: American Political Violence and Its Rhetorics
[ deis-us dl hum ss ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Shiffman: 216
Waitlist
25 / 25 / 0
Miranda Peery
Sarah Beth Gable
 

(100-199) For Both Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AAPI/ENG 102A 1 Transpacific Science Fiction
[ djw hum ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Lown: 002
Waitlist
36 / 35 / 0
Howie Tam
ENG 106A 1 Representing Slavery
[ deis-us hum wi ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Lown: 302
Open
13 / 20 / 0
John Burt
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Lown: 202
Waitlist
12 / 12 / 4
Porsha Olayiwola
ENG 109B 1 Fiction Workshop: Short Fiction
[ hum oc wi ]

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.


T,Th 5:30 PM–6:50 PM
Rabb Center: 119
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Stephen McCauley
ENG 114A 1 Enthusiasm, Disappointment, Recovery: British Literature and the French Revolution
[ hum ]

T,Th 5:30 PM–6:50 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Laura Quinney
ENG 119A 1 Fiction Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]

Th 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Christopher Castellani
ENG 139A 1 Publishing Workshop: Literary Editing and Publishing
[ dl hum oc ]

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.


W 2:30 PM–5:20 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
Consent Req.

10 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
ENG 143A 1 The History of Mediascapes and Critical Maker Culture
[ deis-us dl hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Dorothy Kim
ENG 145A 1 Poetry and the Supernatural
[ hum ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Laura Quinney
ENG 149A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Writing for Television
[ dl hum wi ]

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


T 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Lown: 202
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG 171B 1 African Feminism(s)
[ djw hum nw ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
 

ENG Digital Literacy

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 79A 2 Screenwriting Workshop: Beginning Screenplay
[ dl hum wi ]

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


T 7:05 PM–9:55 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
Consent Req.

11 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG 139A 1 Publishing Workshop: Literary Editing and Publishing
[ dl hum oc ]

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.


W 2:30 PM–5:20 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
Consent Req.

10 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
ENG 143A 1 The History of Mediascapes and Critical Maker Culture
[ deis-us dl hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Dorothy Kim
ENG 149A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Writing for Television
[ dl hum wi ]

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


T 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Lown: 202
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG/HIST 20A 1 Violent Resistance: American Political Violence and Its Rhetorics
[ deis-us dl hum ss ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Shiffman: 216
Waitlist
25 / 25 / 0
Miranda Peery
Sarah Beth Gable
 

ENG Oral Communication

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AMST/ENG 47A 1
Syllabus
Frontier Visions: The West in American Literature and Culture
[ hum oc ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Jerome Tharaud
COML/ENG 21A 1
Syllabus
The Literature of Walking
[ hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Olin-Sang: 212
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 43B 1 Medieval Play: Drama, LARP, and Video Games
[ hum oc ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM Open
21 / 40 / 0
Dorothy Kim
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Lown: 202
Waitlist
12 / 12 / 4
Porsha Olayiwola
ENG 109B 1 Fiction Workshop: Short Fiction
[ hum oc wi ]

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.


T,Th 5:30 PM–6:50 PM
Rabb Center: 119
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Stephen McCauley
ENG 119A 1 Fiction Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]

Th 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Christopher Castellani
ENG 139A 1 Publishing Workshop: Literary Editing and Publishing
[ dl hum oc ]

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.


W 2:30 PM–5:20 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
Consent Req.

10 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
ENG 143A 1 The History of Mediascapes and Critical Maker Culture
[ deis-us dl hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Dorothy Kim
 

ENG Writing Intensive

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 1A 1 Introduction to Literary Studies
[ hum wi ]

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.


T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 2
Jerome Tharaud
ENG 19A 1
Syllabus
Introduction to Creative Writing Workshop
[ hum wi ]

M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Olin-Sang: 112
Waitlist
12 / 12 / 6
Porsha Olayiwola
ENG 26A 1
Syllabus
Novels on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown: Fiction as Psychological Inquiry
[ hum wi ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Mandel Humanities: G03
Open
59 / 65 / 0
David Sherman
ENG 79A 2 Screenwriting Workshop: Beginning Screenplay
[ dl hum wi ]

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


T 7:05 PM–9:55 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
Consent Req.

11 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG 106A 1 Representing Slavery
[ deis-us hum wi ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Lown: 302
Open
13 / 20 / 0
John Burt
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Lown: 202
Waitlist
12 / 12 / 4
Porsha Olayiwola
ENG 109B 1 Fiction Workshop: Short Fiction
[ hum oc wi ]

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.


T,Th 5:30 PM–6:50 PM
Rabb Center: 119
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Stephen McCauley
ENG 119A 1 Fiction Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]

Th 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Christopher Castellani
ENG 149A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Writing for Television
[ dl hum wi ]

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


T 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Lown: 202
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
 

ENG Close Reading Courses for the Creative Writing Major

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 10B 1 Poetry: A Basic Course
[ hum ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 0
William Flesch
 

ENG Literary Theory Criticism

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
COML/ENG 21A 1
Syllabus
The Literature of Walking
[ hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Olin-Sang: 212
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 171B 1 African Feminism(s)
[ djw hum nw ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
ENG/HIST 20A 1 Violent Resistance: American Political Violence and Its Rhetorics
[ deis-us dl hum ss ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Shiffman: 216
Waitlist
25 / 25 / 0
Miranda Peery
Sarah Beth Gable
 

ENG Media Film

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 20A 1 Bollywood: Popular Film, Genre, and Society
[ djw hum nw ]

M,W,Th 10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Mandel Humanities: G03
Waitlist
65 / 65 / 0
Ulka Anjaria
ENG 27B 1 Classic Hollywood Cinema
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Waitlist
23 / 20 / 4
Paul Morrison
ENG 62A 1 Documentary: Techniques and Controversies
[ hum ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Matthew Schratz
ENG 143A 1 The History of Mediascapes and Critical Maker Culture
[ deis-us dl hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Dorothy Kim
 

ENG Multicultural Literature, World Anglophone

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AAPI/ENG 102A 1 Transpacific Science Fiction
[ djw hum ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Lown: 002
Waitlist
36 / 35 / 0
Howie Tam
ENG 20A 1 Bollywood: Popular Film, Genre, and Society
[ djw hum nw ]

M,W,Th 10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Mandel Humanities: G03
Waitlist
65 / 65 / 0
Ulka Anjaria
ENG 42A 1 Blackness and Horror
[ deis-us djw hum ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Lown: 201
Waitlist
35 / 35 / 3
Brandon Callender
ENG 171B 1 African Feminism(s)
[ djw hum nw ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
 

ENG Pre-1800

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 33B 1 Shakespeare Now
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 212
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 0
Ramie Targoff
ENG 43B 1 Medieval Play: Drama, LARP, and Video Games
[ hum oc ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM Open
21 / 40 / 0
Dorothy Kim
ENG 114A 1 Enthusiasm, Disappointment, Recovery: British Literature and the French Revolution
[ hum ]

T,Th 5:30 PM–6:50 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Laura Quinney
ENG 143A 1 The History of Mediascapes and Critical Maker Culture
[ deis-us dl hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Dorothy Kim
 

ENG Post-1800

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AAPI/ENG 102A 1 Transpacific Science Fiction
[ djw hum ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Lown: 002
Waitlist
36 / 35 / 0
Howie Tam
AMST/ENG 47A 1
Syllabus
Frontier Visions: The West in American Literature and Culture
[ hum oc ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Jerome Tharaud
COML/ENG 21A 1
Syllabus
The Literature of Walking
[ hum oc ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Olin-Sang: 212
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 1A 1 Introduction to Literary Studies
[ hum wi ]

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.


T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 2
Jerome Tharaud
ENG 6A 2 The American Renaissance
[ hum ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Rabb Center: 236
Open
3 / 20 / 0
Jonathan Schroeder
ENG 26A 1
Syllabus
Novels on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown: Fiction as Psychological Inquiry
[ hum wi ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Mandel Humanities: G03
Open
59 / 65 / 0
David Sherman
ENG 35B 1
Syllabus
Women's Friendship (and More) in Nineteenth-century Literature
[ hum ]

M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Shiffman: 123
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Abigail Arnold
ENG 36A 1 Queer Poetry
[ hum ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Lown: 202
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Matthew Burkett
ENG 42A 1 Blackness and Horror
[ deis-us djw hum ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Lown: 201
Waitlist
35 / 35 / 3
Brandon Callender
ENG 106A 1 Representing Slavery
[ deis-us hum wi ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Lown: 302
Open
13 / 20 / 0
John Burt
ENG 145A 1 Poetry and the Supernatural
[ hum ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Laura Quinney
ENG 171B 1 African Feminism(s)
[ djw hum nw ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
ENG/HIST 20A 1 Violent Resistance: American Political Violence and Its Rhetorics
[ deis-us dl hum ss ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Shiffman: 216
Waitlist
25 / 25 / 0
Miranda Peery
Sarah Beth Gable
 

ENG Creative Writing Workshops

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 19A 1
Syllabus
Introduction to Creative Writing Workshop
[ hum wi ]

M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Olin-Sang: 112
Waitlist
12 / 12 / 6
Porsha Olayiwola
ENG 79A 2 Screenwriting Workshop: Beginning Screenplay
[ dl hum wi ]

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


T 7:05 PM–9:55 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
Consent Req.

11 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Lown: 202
Waitlist
12 / 12 / 4
Porsha Olayiwola
ENG 109B 1 Fiction Workshop: Short Fiction
[ hum oc wi ]

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.


T,Th 5:30 PM–6:50 PM
Rabb Center: 119
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Stephen McCauley
ENG 119A 1 Fiction Workshop
[ hum oc wi ]

Th 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Christopher Castellani
ENG 139A 1 Publishing Workshop: Literary Editing and Publishing
[ dl hum oc ]

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.


W 2:30 PM–5:20 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
Consent Req.

10 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
ENG 149A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Writing for Television
[ dl hum wi ]

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


T 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Lown: 202
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
JOUR 113A 1 Long-form Journalism: Storytelling for Magazines and Podcasts
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T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Schwartz: 103
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25 / 25 / 0
Neil Swidey
JOUR 114B 1
Syllabus
Arts Journalism: The Making of a Podcast
[ ss wi ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
9 / 25 / 0
Iris Adler
 

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[ dl hum oc ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Shiffman: 218
Open
6 / 18 / 0
Stephen Dowden
HSSP 118B 1 Viewing Medicine and Health Policy Through the Lens of Literature
[ oc ss ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Rosenstiel: 118
Open
34 / 35 / 0
Deborah Garnick
HUM 10A 1 The Western Canon
[ hum ]

T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Lown: 302
Open
11 / 20 / 0
William Flesch
THA 11A 1 European Theater Texts and Theory I
[ ca ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Kutz: 130
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14 / 25 / 0
Arthur Holmberg
THA 66A 1 The American Drama since 1945
[ ca ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Kutz: 130
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16 / 25 / 0
Arthur Holmberg