ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
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ENG Note 1. Completion of the First-Year Composition requirement (ENG 101 and 102 [or 105] or ENG 107 and 108 with a grade of “C” or higher) is a prerequisite for all English courses above the 100 level.

ENG Note 2. A term paper or equivalent out-of-class written work is required in all upper-division (300- and 400-level) ENG courses.

ENG Note 3. English majors and minors are expected to have completed ENG 200 before taking 400-level literature courses.

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ENG 101 First-Year Composition. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Discovering, organizing, and developing ideas in relation to the writer’s purpose, subject, and audience. Emphasizes modes of written discourse and effective use of rhetorical principles. Foreign students, see ENG 107. Prerequisite: see “University Testing Requirements” and “First-Year Composition Requirement.”

ENG 102 First-Year Composition. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Critical reading and writing; emphasis on strategies of academic discourse. Requires research paper. Foreign students, see ENG 108. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 101.

ENG 105 Advanced First-Year Composition. (3)
fall and spring
Concentrated composition course for students with superior writing skills; intensive reading; research papers; logical and rhetorical effectiveness. Credit is allowed for only ENG 105 or First-Year Composition. Prerequisite: see “University Testing Requirements” and “First-Year Composition Requirement.”

ENG 107 English for Foreign Students. (3)
fall and spring
For students from non-English-speaking countries who have studied English in their native countries, but who require practice in the idioms of English. Intensive reading, writing, and discussion. Satisfies the graduation requirement of ENG 101.

ENG 108 English for Foreign Students. (3)
fall and spring
For foreign students; critical reading and writing; strategies of academic discourse. Requires research paper. Satisfies graduation requirement of ENG 102. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 107.

ENG 114 English Grammar and Usage. (3)
fall and spring
Fundamentals of English grammar (word and phrase structure) and of English usage (punctuation, grammatical correctness).

ENG 200 Critical Reading and Writing About Literature. (3)
fall and spring
Introduces the terminology, methods, and objectives of the study of literature, with practice in interpretation and evaluation. See ENG Note 1. Prerequisite: English major or minor.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 201 World Literature. (3)
fall
Classical and medieval periods. Selections from the great literature of the world in translation and lectures on the cultural background. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: HU, H

ENG 202 World Literature. (3)
spring
Renaissance and modern periods. Selections from the great literature of the world in translation and lectures on the cultural background. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: HU, H

ENG 204 Introduction to Contemporary Literature. (3)
once a year
Poetry, fiction, drama, and possibly other genres. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: HU

ENG 210 Introduction to Creative Writing. (3)
fall and spring
Beginning writing of poetry, fiction, drama, or mixed genre. Separate sections for each genre. Each genre may be taken once. See ENG Note 1.

ENG 212 English Prose Style. (3)
not regularly offered
Analysis and practice of writing in various classical and modern prose styles. See ENG Note 1. Prerequisite: preferably English major or both approval of advisor and instructor. Prerequisite with a grade of “B” or higher: ENG 102 (or 105).
General Studies: L

ENG 213 Introduction to the Study of Language. (3)
fall and spring
Language as code; phonetics, phonology, morphology, and syntax; the lexicon; language acquisition; sociolinguistics. See ENG Note 1.

ENG 215 Strategies of Academic Writing. (3)
fall and spring
Advanced course in techniques of analyzing and writing academic expository prose. Writing is research based. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: L

ENG 216 Persuasive Writing on Public Issues. (3)
fall and spring
Advanced course in techniques of analyzing and writing persuasive arguments addressing topics of current public interest. Papers are research based. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: L

ENG 217 Writing Reflective Essays. (3)
fall and spring
Critical examination of the influences discourse has on formation of identity; narrative analyses of self and culture. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: L

ENG 218 Writing About Literature. (3)
fall and spring
Advanced writing course requiring analytical and expository essays about fiction, poetry, and drama. For non-English majors. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: L

ENG 221 Survey of English Literature. (3)
fall and spring
Medieval, Renaissance, and 18th-century literature. Emphasizes major writers and their works in their literary and historical contexts. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: HU, H

ENG 222 Survey of English Literature. (3)
fall and spring
Romantic, Victorian, and 20th-century literature. Emphasizes major writers and their works in their literary and historical contexts. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: HU, H

ENG 241 American Literature. (3)
fall and spring
From colonial times to the Civil War, including the growth of nationalism and romanticism. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: HU

ENG 242 American Literature. (3)
fall and spring
From the Civil War to the present. Development of realism, naturalism, and modernism, and contemporary trends in prose and poetry. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: HU

ENG 245 Popular Culture Issues. (3)
fall and spring
Selected topics in various forms of popular culture related to written texts. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. See ENG Note 1.
General Studies: L

ENG 301 Writing for the Professions. (3)
fall and spring
Advanced practice in writing and editing expository prose. Primarily for preprofessional majors. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L

ENG 303 Classical Backgrounds of English Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Readings of Greek and Latin literature in translation as they relate to literature in English. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: HU

ENG 307 Utopian Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Selected works from the present to the classical period, including Walden Two, Walden, Utopia, and The Republic. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU, H

ENG 310 Intermediate Creative Writing. (3)
fall and spring
Separate sections for fiction and poetry. May be taken once for poetry, once for fiction. Lecture, writing assignments, discussion, criticism. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: ENG 210 or instructor approval.

ENG 312 English in Its Social Setting. (3)
fall and spring
Introduces the sociolinguistic study of the English language. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU/SB

ENG 313 Phonology and Morphology. (3)
spring
Introduces English morphology, phonology, etymology, and phonetic aspects of rhyme, alliteration, and other sound-based literary devices. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L

ENG 314 Modern Grammar. (3)
fall and spring
Modern descriptive models of English grammar. See ENG Notes 1, 2.

ENG 321 Introduction to Shakespeare. (3)
fall and spring
Shakespeare’s major comedies, histories, and tragedies. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 331 American Drama. (3)
once a year
Major works in the development of American drama from its beginnings to the present. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 332 Major American Novels. (3)
once a year
Major American novels studied in their ethnically diverse literary, historical, and cultural contexts. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L

ENG 333 American Ethnic Literature. (3)
once a year
Examines America’s multiethnic identity through works of literature that depict American ethnic, gender, and class sensibilities. Cross-listed as AFH 333. Credit is allowed for only AFH 333 or ENG 333. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU, C

ENG 345 Selected Authors or Issues. (3 – 4)
not regularly offered
Different topics may be offered. Film topics with lab may carry 4 credits. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. See ENG Notes 1, 2.

ENG 352 Short Story. (3)
fall and spring
Development of the short story as a literary form; analysis of its technique from the work of representative authors. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: HU

ENG 353 African American Literature: Beginnings Through the Harlem Renaissance. (3)
fall
Thematic and cultural study of African American literature through the Harlem Renaissance. Cross-listed as AFH 353. Credit is allowed for only AFH 353 or ENG 353. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU, C

ENG 354 African American Literature: Harlem Renaissance to the Present. (3)
spring
Thematic and cultural study of African American literature from the Harlem Renaissance to the present. Cross-listed as AFH 354. Credit is allowed for only AFH 354 or ENG 354. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU, C

ENG 355 History of the Drama. (3)
not regularly offered
Development of European drama from the Greek to the Romantic period. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 356 The Bible as Literature. (3)
fall and spring
Readings in Old and New Testaments, emphasizing ideas, literary types, and sources as they appear in literature. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: HU

ENG 357 Introduction to Folklore. (3)
not regularly offered
Survey of the history, genres, and dynamics of folklore, with emphasis on oral traditions. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: HU

ENG 359 American Indian Literatures. (3)
not regularly offered
Selected oral traditions of American Indians and their influences on contemporary Native American literary works. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU, C

ENG 361 Silent Film. (4)
fall
Development of motion pictures from 1850 through 1930. 3 hours lecture, screenings. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: HU

ENG 362 Sound Film Genres. (4)
spring
Examines the western, the horror film, the comedy, and other genres. 3 hours lecture, screenings. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: HU

ENG 363 Chicana and Chicano Literature. (3)
fall
Development of Chicana and Chicano literature; study of genres and themes; attention to literary antecedents. Cross-listed as CSH 363. Credit is allowed for only CSH 363 or ENG 363. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L/HU, C

ENG 372 Document Production. (3)
fall and spring
Introduces document design and production. Practice in critique and in writing the content of publications. Lecture, discussion. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: instructor approval.
General Studies: L

ENG 374 Technical Editing. (3)
fall and spring
Fundamentals of editing technical and professional materials. Role of editors in analyzing, revising, and polishing manuscripts. Successful writer-editor dialogues. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: ENG 102 (or its equivalent).

ENG 400 History of Literary Criticism. (3)
not regularly offered
Major critics and critical traditions in the Western world. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: 6 hours in literature or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/HU, H

ENG 405 Style and Stylistics. (3)
not regularly offered
Linguistic, rhetorical, and literary approaches to the analysis of style in poetry, fiction, and other forms of written discourse. See ENG Notes 1, 2.

ENG 409 Advanced Screenwriting. (3)
not regularly offered
Applies the principles taught in a complete feature-length screenplay. See ENG Notes 1, 2.

ENG 411 Advanced Creative Writing. (3)
fall and spring
Poetry, fiction, and drama for experienced writers, emphasizing individual style. Each genre may be taken once. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: ENG 310 or instructor approval.

ENG 412 Professional Writing. (3)
not regularly offered
Lectures, discussion, and criticism concerning techniques of writing creative nonfiction for publication. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: ENG 310 or instructor approval.

ENG 413 History of the English Language. (3)
once a year
Development of English from the earliest times to the modern period. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: junior standing or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 414 Studies in Linguistics. (3)
fall and spring
Relationship of linguistics to literature, gender, power, and other social issues. May be repeated for credit. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: junior standing.

ENG 415 Medieval Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Medieval English literature in translation, from Beowulf to Malory (excluding Chaucer), emphasizing cultural and intellectual backgrounds; includes continental works. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 416 Chaucer: Canterbury Tales. (3)
once a year
Chaucer’s language, his last work, and its relationship to continental and insular traditions. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 417 Chaucer: Troilus and Criseyde and the Minor Works. (3)
not regularly offered
Chaucer’s language, his major poem, and his early works in their medieval context. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 418 Renaissance Literature. (3)
once a year
Topics, authors, and themes in English literature, 1485 – 1603. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 419 English Literature in the Early 17th Century. (3)
once a year
Topics, authors, and themes in English literature, 1603 – 1660. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 421 Shakespeare. (3)
fall and spring
Selection of comedies, histories, and tragedies. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 422 Studies in Shakespeare. (3)
once a year
Topics for close examination in selected dramatic and/or nondramatic works. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 421 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 423 Renaissance Drama. (3)
spring
Topics, authors, and themes in the drama of the Tudor and early Stuart periods. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 424 Milton. (3)
once a year
Selected prose and poetry, emphasizing Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 425 Studies in English Romanticism. (3)
fall
All genres of Romantic literature in cultural contexts, Blake to the death of Wordsworth. May be repeated for credit. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU

ENG 426 Victorian Poetry. (3)
fall
Poetry of the second half of the 19th century. May include such poets as Tennyson, Browning, and Arnold. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 222 or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 427 Restoration and Early 18th Century. (3)
not regularly offered
Writers and movements in the nondramatic literature of the Restoration and early 18th century. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 428 The Later 18th Century. (3)
not regularly offered
Writers, movements, and books during the second half of the 18th century. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 430 Victorian Cultural Backgrounds. (3)
not regularly offered
Social, religious, and other cultural issues of the period. May include Carlyle, Ruskin, Darwin, Arnold, Pater, and Morris. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 222 or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 435 19th-Century American Poetry. (3)
not regularly offered
Themes and developments in American poetry to 1900, including Poe, Whitman, and Dickinson. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU

ENG 439 Restoration and 18th-Century Drama. (3)
spring
English drama 1600 – 1800. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 221 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 440 Studies in American Literature to 1815. (3)
not regularly offered
Thought and expression from the time of first contact to 1815. May be repeated for credit. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 241 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 441 20th-Century American Drama. (3)
not regularly offered
American drama since World War I, especially experimental techniques. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 241 or 242 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 442 20th-Century British and Irish Poetry. (3)
not regularly offered
Theory and practice of poetry since 1900. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 222 or instructor approval.

ENG 443 American Poetry, 1900 – 1945. (3)
not regularly offered
Developments in theory and practice of major poets. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 241 or 242 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 444 Studies in American Romanticism, 1830 – 1860. (3)
fall
Cultural expression in works of representative writers. May be repeated for credit. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 241 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 445 Studies in American Realism, 1870 – 1910. (3)
spring
Writers and influences that shaped the development of literary realism. May be repeated for credit. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 242 or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 448 20th-Century British and Irish Novel. (3)
not regularly offered
Theory and practice of the novel since 1900. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 222 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 451 The Novel to Jane Austen. (3)
not regularly offered
From origins of prose fiction through the 18th century. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU, H

ENG 452 The 19th-Century Novel. (3)
spring
May include such novelists as Austen, Dickens, Eliot, and Conrad. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU

ENG 453 The American Novel to 1900. (3)
not regularly offered
Rise and development of the novel to Dreiser. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 241 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 454 The American Novel, 1900 – 1945. (3)
not regularly offered
Developments in theory and practice of major novelists. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 241 or 242 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 455 The Form of Verse: Theory and Practice. (3)
not regularly offered
Types, history, criticism, and schools of theory of metrical form. Analysis of lyric, narrative, and dramatic poetry. See ENG Notes 1, 2.

ENG 457 American Poetry Since 1945. (3)
once a year
Major American poets of the period. Developments in theory and practice. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 241 or instructor approval.
General Studies: HU

ENG 458 American Novel Since 1945. (3)
not regularly offered
Major novelists of the period. Developments in theory and practice. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3. Prerequisite: ENG 242 or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 459 Studies in African American/Caribbean Literatures. (3)
not regularly offered
Studies in African American or Caribbean literatures according to genre, period, theory, or selected authors. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Cross-listed as AFH 459. Credit is allowed for only AFH 459 or ENG 459. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.

ENG 460 Western American Literature. (3)
once a year
Critical examination of ideas and traditions of the literature of the western United States, including the novel. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 461 Women and Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Selected topics in literature by or about women. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU

ENG 462 20th-Century Women Authors. (3)
not regularly offered
Critical examination of literature by 20th-century women writers. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU

ENG 463 European Drama from Ibsen to 1914. (3)
not regularly offered
Chief continental and British dramatists of the period, emphasizing the beginnings and development of realism. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU

ENG 464 European Drama from 1914 to the Present. (3)
not regularly offered
Chief continental and British dramatists of the period, emphasizing experimental techniques. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU

ENG 470 Symbols and Archetypes in Children’s Literature. (3)
fall
Various critical approaches and recurring themes studied in relation to classical and contemporary children’s literature. Lecture, discussion, reading. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: L/HU

ENG 471 Literature for Adolescents. (3)
fall and spring
Prose and poetry that meet the interests and capabilities of junior high and high school students. Stresses recent literature. Requires passing grade of at least “C” before students are permitted to student teach in English. See ENG Notes 1, 2, 3.
General Studies: HU

ENG 472 Rhetorical Studies. (3)
fall and spring
Developments in theory and practice of major rhetorical inquiries. Seminar, workshop. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Prerequisite: junior standing.
General Studies: L

ENG 480 Methods of Teaching English: Composition. (3)
fall or spring and summer
Methods of instruction, organization, and presentation of appropriate content in the teaching of composition and other writing skills. See ENG Notes 1, 2,
General Studies: L

ENG 482 Methods of Teaching English: Language. (3)
fall or spring and summer
Methods of instruction, organization, and presentation of appropriate content in language and usage for junior and senior high schools. Lecture, discussion, lab. See ENG Notes 1, 2.
General Studies: L

ENG 484 Internship. (1 – 12)
fall and spring
Selected from the following areas. May be repeated for credit. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Topics may include the following:

(a)General. (1 – 12)
(b)Service Learning. (3)
(c)Writing Certificate. (3)

ENG 493 Honors Thesis. (1 – 6)
not regularly offered
General Studies: L

ENG 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
See ENG Notes 1, 2. Possible topics:

(a)Science and Literature Across the Cultural Divide

ENG 498 Pro-Seminar. (1 – 7)
fall and spring
Selected from the following areas. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. See ENG Notes 1, 2. Topics may include the following:

(a)Introduction to Graduate Studies. (1)
(b)Issues in Creative Writing. (3)
(c)Writing Certificate Portfolio. (1)

ENG 500 Research Methods. (3)
once a year
Methodology and resource materials for research. Analysis of criticism and scholarship, including evaluation of sources.

ENG 501 Introduction to Comparative Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Problems, methods, and principles, illustrated by selected critical essays and literary texts.

ENG 502 Contemporary Critical Theory. (3)
once a year
Advanced survey of major schools of 20th-century literary and critical theory. Lecture, discussion. Cross-listed as HUM 549. Credit is allowed for only ENG 502 or HUM 549.

ENG 507 Old English. (3)
not regularly offered
Elements of Old English grammar, with selected readings.

ENG 508 Old English Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Intensive literary, linguistic, and cultural study of Old English literature. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Prerequisite: ENG 507.

ENG 509 Middle English. (3)
not regularly offered
Study of the principal dialects of the language, with selected readings. Prerequisite: graduate standing.

ENG 512 The Teaching of Composition. (3)
not regularly offered
Theory and practice of teaching writing at all levels. Emphasizes current research. Prerequisites: teaching experience; instructor approval.

ENG 515 Middle English Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
English literature from the 12th through the 15th centuries, exclusive of Chaucer. Prerequisite: ENG 509 or instructor approval.

ENG 517 Contemporary Rhetorical Theory. (3)
once a year
Investigates the work of such important rhetorical theorists as Burke, Toulmin, Perelman, Gates, and Cixous.

ENG 520 Renaissance Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Poetry and prose of the English Renaissance, excluding drama.

ENG 521 Shakespeare. (3)
once a year
Selection of comedies, histories, and tragedies presented in the context of literary history and critical theories, with an emphasis on classical and medieval backgrounds.

ENG 525 American Literary Criticism. (3)
not regularly offered
Analysis and discussion of leading historical and critical interpretations of American literature from the beginnings to the present.

ENG 530 Classical Rhetoric and Written Composition. (3)
fall
Relationship of major texts in classical rhetoric to developments in composition theory, literary theory, and practice through the 19th century.

ENG 531 Rhetorical Theory and Literary Criticism. (3)
spring
Intensive study of major rhetorical theorists of the 20th century in such areas as literary criticism, discourse theory, and composition theory.

ENG 532 Composition Theory. (3)
not regularly offered
Intensive study in the rhetorical categories of invention, arrangement, style, aims, modes, and forms of written discourse.

ENG 545 Studies in English Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Selected authors or issues. May be repeated for credit.

ENG 547 Studies in American Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Selected authors or issues. May be repeated for credit.

ENG 549 Studies in Comparative Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Selected authors or issues. May be repeated for credit.

ENG 550 Contemporary Comparative Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
Comparative studies in modern literature in English and other literatures in translation. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

ENG 559 Advanced Study in African American/Caribbean Literatures. (3)
not regularly offered
Advanced study in African American or Caribbean literatures, theory, and criticism. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

ENG 560 Studies in Dramatic Forms. (3)
not regularly offered
Selected topics in dramatic and cinematic literature, history, criticism, theory, and crossdisciplinary study. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Lecture, studio.

ENG 571 Advanced Study in Literature for Adolescents. (3)
not regularly offered
History and criticism of adolescent literature. Prerequisite: ENG 471 or instructor approval.

ENG 573 Censorship and Literature. (3)
not regularly offered
History of censorship, primarily in the United States, and significant court decisions that affected writers and books.

ENG 580 Practicum. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

ENG 591 Seminar. (3)
fall and spring
Selected topics regularly offered in the various areas of English studies.

ENG 594 Conference and Workshop. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

ENG 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered

ENG 599 Thesis. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

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