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New Curriculum Course categories

Effective for students entered the major fall 2015

Medieval through Sixteenth Century

  • ENGL 405 Taking Shakespeare From Page to Stage
  • ENGL 407 History of the English Language
  • ENGL 440 Studies in Shakespeare
  • ENGL 441 Chaucer
  • ENGL 442 Medieval English Literature
  • ENGL 443 The English Renaissance
  • ENGL 444 Shakespeare
  • ENGL 445 Shakespeare's Contemporaries

 

Sixteenth Century through Eighteenth Century

  • ENGL 405 Taking Shakespeare From Page to Stage
  • ENGL 437 The Poet in America
  • ENGL 439 American Nonfiction Prose
  • ENGL 440 Studies in Shakespeare
  • ENGL 444 Shakespeare
  • ENGL 445 Shakespeare's Contemporaries
  • ENGL 446 Milton
  • ENGL 447 The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century
  • ENGL 448 The English Novel to Jane Austen

 

Nineteenth Century

  • ENGL 430 The American Renaissance 
  • ENGL 432 The American Novel to 1900
  • ENGL 435 The American Short Story
  • ENGL 437 The Poet in America
  • ENGL 439 American Nonfiction Prose
  • ENGL 450 The Romantics
  • ENGL 452 The Victorians
  • ENGL 453 Victorian Novel
  • ENGL 461 (US) The Vernacular Roots of African American Literature
  • ENGL 463 (US) African American Autobiography
  • ENGL 466 (US) African American Novel I
  • ENGL 469 (US) (AF AM 469) Slavery and the Literary Imagination
  • ENGL 489 (WMNST 489) British Women Writers
  • ENGL 490 (US;IL)(WMNST 490) Women Writers and their Worlds
  • ENGL 492 (AM ST 476, WMNST 491) American Women Writers
  • ENGL 493 (AM ST 493) The Folktale in American Literature 

 

Twentieth Century to present

  • ENGL 426 Chicana and Chicano Cultural Production
  • ENGL 427 Topics in Jewish American Literature
  • ENGL 428 Asian American Literatures
  • ENGL 429 (CMLIT 429) New Media and Literature
  • ENGL 431 Black American Writers
  • ENGL 433 The American Novel: 1900-1945
  • ENGL 435 The American Short Story
  • ENGL 436 American Fiction Since 1945 
  • ENGL 437 The Poet in America 
  • ENGL 438 American Drama 
  • ENGL 439 American Nonfiction Prose 
  • ENGL 451 Literary Modernism in English
  • ENGL 454 Modern British and Irish Drama 
  • ENGL 456 British Fiction, 1900-1945 
  • ENGL 457 British Fiction Since 1945
  • ENGL 458 Twentieth-Century Poetry
  • ENGL 461 (US) The Vernacular Roots of African American Literature 
  • ENGL 462 (US) (WMNST 462) Reading Black, Reading Feminist 
  • ENGL 463 (US) African American Autobiography 
  • ENGL 466 (US) African American Novel I
  • ENGL 467 (US) African American Novel II 
  • ENGL 468 (US) African American Poetry 
  • ENGL 469 (US) (AF AM 469) Slavery and the Literary Imagination 
  • ENGL 484 James Joyce
  • ENGL 488 (IL) (CMLIT 488) Modern Continental Drama
  • ENGL 490 (US;IL)(WMNST 490) Women Writers and their Worlds
  • ENGL 493 (AM ST 493) The Folktale in American Literature

 

Departmental diversity requirement

  • ENGL 404 Mapping Identity, Difference, and Place ENGL 426 Chicana and Chicano Cultural Production
  • ENGL 427 Topics in Jewish American Literature
  • ENGL 428 Asian American Literatures
  • ENGL 431 Black American Writers
  • ENGL 461 The Vernacular Roots of African American Literature
  • ENGL 462 Reading Black, Reading Feminist
  • ENGL 463 African American Autobiography
  • ENGL 466 African American Novel I
  • ENGL 467 African American Novel II
  • ENGL 468 African American Poetry
  • ENGL 469 Slavery and the Literary Imagination
  • ENGL 489 British Women Writers
  • ENGL 490 Women Writers and Their Worlds
  • ENGL 492 American Women Writers