Schedule of Classes Undergraduate and Graduate / Spring 2024 / English

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(1-99) Primarily for Undergraduate Students

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AMST/ENG 16B 1 Mark Twain’s World

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Brown: 316
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Jerome Tharaud
ENG 11A 1 Close Reading: Theory and Practice
[ hum oc ]

T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 112
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 0
William Flesch
ENG 17B 1
Syllabus
Climate Fictions
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Lown: 201
Waitlist
30 / 30 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 25B 1 Abolitionist Imaginaries: Literary Visions Beyond Prison
[ hum ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
11 / 20 / 0
Jessica Brewer
ENG 32B 1 Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde and Medieval Dream Visions
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM Open
5 / 20 / 0
Dorothy Kim
ENG 35A 1 The Weird and the Experimental in Contemporary Literature
[ hum wi ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Brown: 316
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Rachel Dale
ENG 38A 1 Fantasy Worlds: From Lilliput and Middle Earth to LARPs
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 101
Open
48 / 60 / 0
John Plotz
ENG 48A 1 American Immigrant Narratives
[ deis-us hum wi ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Brown: 316
Waitlist
15 / 15 / 0
Howie Tam
 

(100-199) For Both Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AAPI/ENG 142a 1 Vietnam War Literature
[ djw hum ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Brown: 316
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Howie Tam
CLAS/ENG 148B 1 Faking Disability: Gender, Identity, and Performance in the Premodern Mediterranean
[ djw hum ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
18 / 20 / 0
Catherine Bloomer
ENG 104B 1 Psalms and Stories: Poetry of the Sacred, 1600-1900
[ hum ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Waitlist
21 / 20 / 0
Laura Quinney
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ 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 spring registration period.


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

10 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
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 spring registration period.


M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Rabb Center: 119
Waitlist
Consent Req.

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

Topic spring 2024: Writing a Novel. 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 spring registration period.


Th 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Christopher Castellani
ENG 126B 1
Syllabus
Joyce's Ulysses
[ hum wi ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Golding Judaica: 103
Open
15 / 20 / 0
David Sherman
ENG 133A 1 Advanced Shakespeare
[ hum wi ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Thomas King
ENG 136A 1 Imagining Apocalypse
[ hum ]

T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Jerome Tharaud
ENG 137B 1 Women and War
[ djw dl hum nw ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
ENG 139B 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Intermediate Screenwriting
[ 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 spring registration period.


T 7:05 PM–9:55 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
10 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG 142A 1 Blackness and Horror
[ deis-us djw hum ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Lown: 301
Waitlist
35 / 35 / 0
Brandon Callender
ENG 159A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Variations on the Short Film
[ 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 spring registration period.


W 2:30 PM–5:20 PM
Kutz: 130
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Daniel Callahan
ENG 166B 1
Syllabus
The Promise of Poetry: Whitman, Dickinson, and Others
[ hum wi ]

M,W,Th 10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
10 / 20 / 0
John Burt
ENG 168B 1 Plotting Inheritance
[ djw dl hum ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
14 / 20 / 0
Faith Smith
ENG 169A 1
Syllabus
Eco-Writing Workshop
[ 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 spring registration period.


T 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
ENG 170A 1 Nigerian Movies in the World
[ hum nw ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
ENG 175B 1 Getting Behind in Black Gay Men's Literatures
[ deis-us hum ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
16 / 20 / 0
Brandon Callender
 

(200 and above) Primarily for Graduate Students

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 201A 1 Gender and Sexuality Studies

T 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Rabb Center: 236
Open
Consent Req.

6 / 8 / 0
Thomas King
ENG 202A 1 The Global Novel

M 2:30 PM–5:20 PM
Rabb Center: 236
Open
Consent Req.

6 / 8 / 0
Ulka Anjaria
ENG 275B 1
Syllabus
Pedagogy

W 2:30 PM–5:20 PM Waitlist
Consent Req.

9 / 8 / 0
Dorothy Kim
ENG 350A 1 Proseminar

Meets alternating Thursdays.


Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Lown: 202
Open
Consent Req.

4 / 8 / 0
John Plotz
 

ENG Digital Literacy

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ECS 100A 1
Syllabus
European Cultural Studies Proseminar: Modernism
[ dl hum oc ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
14 / 999 / 0
Stephen Dowden
ENG 137B 1 Women and War
[ djw dl hum nw ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
ENG 168B 1 Plotting Inheritance
[ djw dl hum ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
14 / 20 / 0
Faith Smith
HISP 85A 1 Introduction to U.S. Latinx Literatures and Cultures
[ deis-us djw dl hum ]

Taught in English.


T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Waitlist
20 / 15 / 0
Maria Duran
 

ENG Oral Communication

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ECS 100A 1
Syllabus
European Cultural Studies Proseminar: Modernism
[ dl hum oc ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
14 / 999 / 0
Stephen Dowden
ENG 11A 1 Close Reading: Theory and Practice
[ hum oc ]

T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 112
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 0
William Flesch
ENG 17B 1
Syllabus
Climate Fictions
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Lown: 201
Waitlist
30 / 30 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ 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 spring registration period.


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

10 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
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 spring registration period.


M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Rabb Center: 119
Waitlist
Consent Req.

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

Topic spring 2024: Writing a Novel. 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 spring registration period.


Th 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Christopher Castellani
ENG 139B 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Intermediate Screenwriting
[ 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 spring registration period.


T 7:05 PM–9:55 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
10 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
 

ENG Writing Intensive

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 17B 1
Syllabus
Climate Fictions
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Lown: 201
Waitlist
30 / 30 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 35A 1 The Weird and the Experimental in Contemporary Literature
[ hum wi ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Brown: 316
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Rachel Dale
ENG 48A 1 American Immigrant Narratives
[ deis-us hum wi ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Brown: 316
Waitlist
15 / 15 / 0
Howie Tam
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ 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 spring registration period.


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

10 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
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 spring registration period.


M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Rabb Center: 119
Waitlist
Consent Req.

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

Topic spring 2024: Writing a Novel. 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 spring registration period.


Th 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Christopher Castellani
ENG 126B 1
Syllabus
Joyce's Ulysses
[ hum wi ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Golding Judaica: 103
Open
15 / 20 / 0
David Sherman
ENG 133A 1 Advanced Shakespeare
[ hum wi ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Thomas King
ENG 139B 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Intermediate Screenwriting
[ 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 spring registration period.


T 7:05 PM–9:55 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
10 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG 159A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Variations on the Short Film
[ 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 spring registration period.


W 2:30 PM–5:20 PM
Kutz: 130
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Daniel Callahan
ENG 166B 1
Syllabus
The Promise of Poetry: Whitman, Dickinson, and Others
[ hum wi ]

M,W,Th 10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
10 / 20 / 0
John Burt
ENG 169A 1
Syllabus
Eco-Writing Workshop
[ 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 spring registration period.


T 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
 

ENG Close Reading Courses for the Creative Writing Major

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 11A 1 Close Reading: Theory and Practice
[ hum oc ]

T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 112
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 0
William Flesch
 

ENG Literary Theory Criticism

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
CLAS/ENG 148B 1 Faking Disability: Gender, Identity, and Performance in the Premodern Mediterranean
[ djw hum ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
18 / 20 / 0
Catherine Bloomer
COML 132B 1 Poetry and Philosophy
[ hum ]

T,Th 5:30 PM–6:50 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Laura Quinney
ENG 11A 1 Close Reading: Theory and Practice
[ hum oc ]

T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 112
Waitlist
20 / 20 / 0
William Flesch
ENG 25B 1 Abolitionist Imaginaries: Literary Visions Beyond Prison
[ hum ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
11 / 20 / 0
Jessica Brewer
PHIL 182A 1 Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations
[ hum ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM Open
20 / 999 / 0
Eli Hirsch
William Flesch
 

ENG Media Film

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 170A 1 Nigerian Movies in the World
[ hum nw ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
FILM 100A 1 Introduction to the Moving Image
[ hum ]

T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Mandel Humanities: G03
Open
84 / 90 / 0
Paul Morrison
 

ENG Multicultural Literature, World Anglophone

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AAPI/ENG 142a 1 Vietnam War Literature
[ djw hum ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Brown: 316
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Howie Tam
COML 117A 1
Syllabus
Magical Realism and Modern Myth
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Kutz: 130
Open
26 / 35 / 0
David Sherman
ENG 17B 1
Syllabus
Climate Fictions
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Lown: 201
Waitlist
30 / 30 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 35A 1 The Weird and the Experimental in Contemporary Literature
[ hum wi ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Brown: 316
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Rachel Dale
ENG 48A 1 American Immigrant Narratives
[ deis-us hum wi ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Brown: 316
Waitlist
15 / 15 / 0
Howie Tam
ENG 137B 1 Women and War
[ djw dl hum nw ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
ENG 142A 1 Blackness and Horror
[ deis-us djw hum ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Lown: 301
Waitlist
35 / 35 / 0
Brandon Callender
ENG 168B 1 Plotting Inheritance
[ djw dl hum ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
14 / 20 / 0
Faith Smith
ENG 170A 1 Nigerian Movies in the World
[ hum nw ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
ENG 175B 1 Getting Behind in Black Gay Men's Literatures
[ deis-us hum ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
16 / 20 / 0
Brandon Callender
 

ENG Pre-1800

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
CLAS/ENG 148B 1 Faking Disability: Gender, Identity, and Performance in the Premodern Mediterranean
[ djw hum ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
18 / 20 / 0
Catherine Bloomer
ENG 32B 1 Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde and Medieval Dream Visions
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM Open
5 / 20 / 0
Dorothy Kim
ENG 104B 1 Psalms and Stories: Poetry of the Sacred, 1600-1900
[ hum ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Waitlist
21 / 20 / 0
Laura Quinney
ENG 133A 1 Advanced Shakespeare
[ hum wi ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Thomas King
 

ENG Post-1800

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
AAPI/ENG 142a 1 Vietnam War Literature
[ djw hum ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Brown: 316
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Howie Tam
AMST/ENG 16B 1 Mark Twain’s World

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Brown: 316
Open
8 / 20 / 0
Jerome Tharaud
COML 117A 1
Syllabus
Magical Realism and Modern Myth
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 1:20 PM–2:10 PM
Kutz: 130
Open
26 / 35 / 0
David Sherman
ENG 17B 1
Syllabus
Climate Fictions
[ hum oc wi ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Lown: 201
Waitlist
30 / 30 / 0
Caren Irr
ENG 25B 1 Abolitionist Imaginaries: Literary Visions Beyond Prison
[ hum ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
11 / 20 / 0
Jessica Brewer
ENG 35A 1 The Weird and the Experimental in Contemporary Literature
[ hum wi ]

T,F 9:35 AM–10:55 AM
Brown: 316
Open
19 / 20 / 0
Rachel Dale
ENG 38A 1 Fantasy Worlds: From Lilliput and Middle Earth to LARPs
[ hum ]

M,W,Th 11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 101
Open
48 / 60 / 0
John Plotz
ENG 48A 1 American Immigrant Narratives
[ deis-us hum wi ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Brown: 316
Waitlist
15 / 15 / 0
Howie Tam
ENG 126B 1
Syllabus
Joyce's Ulysses
[ hum wi ]

M,W 4:05 PM–5:25 PM
Golding Judaica: 103
Open
15 / 20 / 0
David Sherman
ENG 136A 1 Imagining Apocalypse
[ hum ]

T,F 12:45 PM–2:05 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
15 / 20 / 0
Jerome Tharaud
ENG 137B 1 Women and War
[ djw dl hum nw ]

T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
12 / 20 / 0
Emilie Diouf
ENG 142A 1 Blackness and Horror
[ deis-us djw hum ]

M,W,Th 12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Lown: 301
Waitlist
35 / 35 / 0
Brandon Callender
ENG 166B 1
Syllabus
The Promise of Poetry: Whitman, Dickinson, and Others
[ hum wi ]

M,W,Th 10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
10 / 20 / 0
John Burt
ENG 168B 1 Plotting Inheritance
[ djw dl hum ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Open
14 / 20 / 0
Faith Smith
ENG 175B 1 Getting Behind in Black Gay Men's Literatures
[ deis-us hum ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Olin-Sang: 201
Open
16 / 20 / 0
Brandon Callender
 

ENG Creative Writing Workshops

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ENG 109A 1 Poetry Workshop
[ 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 spring registration period.


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

10 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
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 spring registration period.


M,W 5:40 PM–7:00 PM
Rabb Center: 119
Waitlist
Consent Req.

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

Topic spring 2024: Writing a Novel. 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 spring registration period.


Th 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Waitlist
Consent Req.

12 / 12 / 0
Christopher Castellani
ENG 139B 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Intermediate Screenwriting
[ 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 spring registration period.


T 7:05 PM–9:55 PM
Olin-Sang: 104
Open
10 / 12 / 0
Marc Weinberg
ENG 159A 1 Screenwriting Workshop: Variations on the Short Film
[ 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 spring registration period.


W 2:30 PM–5:20 PM
Kutz: 130
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Daniel Callahan
ENG 169A 1
Syllabus
Eco-Writing Workshop
[ 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 spring registration period.


T 2:20 PM–5:10 PM
Pearlman: 203
Open
9 / 12 / 0
Elizabeth Bradfield
THA 71A 1 Playwriting
[ ca wi ]

F 9:35 AM–12:25 PM
Spingold: 205
Waitlist
13 / 12 / 0
Ryan McKittrick
 

ENG Cross-Listed

Course # Course Title Time
Location
Enrl / Lim / Wait Instructor(s)
ECS 100A 1
Syllabus
European Cultural Studies Proseminar: Modernism
[ dl hum oc ]

M,W 2:30 PM–3:50 PM
Mandel Humanities: G10
Open
14 / 999 / 0
Stephen Dowden
HISP 85A 1 Introduction to U.S. Latinx Literatures and Cultures
[ deis-us djw dl hum ]

Taught in English.


T,F 11:10 AM–12:30 PM
Mandel Humanities: G11
Waitlist
20 / 15 / 0
Maria Duran
RECS 154A 1
Syllabus
Vladimir Nabokov: Art and Ethics
[ hum ]

T,Th 5:30 PM–6:50 PM
Lown: 202
Open
8 / 999 / 0
David Powelstock
THA 11B 2 European Theater Texts and Theory II
[ ca ]

T,Th 2:20 PM–3:40 PM
Kutz: 130
Open
22 / 25 / 0
Arthur Holmberg
THA 102B 1 Shakespeare: On Stage and Screen
[ ca ]

T,Th 3:55 PM–5:15 PM
Kutz: 130
Open
12 / 25 / 0
Arthur Holmberg