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English Discipline Courses

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ENG 104 First Year Composition Stretch I (3)
ENG 105 First Year Composition Stretch II (3)
ENG 112 Reading and Writing Techniques (1)
ENG 114 First Year Composition (3)
ENG 201 Accelerated Academic English 1- Multilingual (4)
ENG 202 Accelerated Academic English II--Multilingual (4)
ENG 204 Effective Literacy Skills for College--Multilingual (3)
ENG 208 Grammar for Writing--Multilingual (3)
ENG 209 First Year Composition--Multilingual (3)
ENG 210 Oral Communication - Multilingual (3) [GE]
ENG 212 Advanced Grammar for Writing--Multilingual (3)
ENG 214 Second Year Written Composition - English (3) [GE]
ENG 215 Second Year Composition--Multilingual (3) [GE]
ENG 230 Literature and Film (3) [GE]
ENG 231 Shakespeare on Film (3)
ENG 240 Heroes and Antiheroes in Literature (3)
ENG 250 The Study of Literature (3)
ENG 251 The Lyric Poem in English (3)
ENG 252 The Novel in English (3)
ENG 253 Drama in English (3)
ENG 254 Masterworks of Literature in English (3) [GE]
ENG 255 Contemporary Literature (3) [GE]
ENG 258 American Literature (3) [GE]
ENG 259 Introduction to Shakespeare (3) [GE]
ENG 260 Introduction to Science Fiction (3) [GE]
ENG 261 The Vampire Tradition (3) [GE]
ENG 270 Reading Videogames (3)
ENG 280 Street Drama (3)
ENG 380 British and American Travellers to Greece (3)
ENG 394 Fieldwork Portfolio (1)
ENG 395 Tutoring Portfolio (1)
ENG 397 The Journal (1)
ENG 398 Greek American Literature (3)
ENG 410 Elements of Writing-Multilingual (3)
ENG 411 Literature and Composition - Multilingual (3) [GE]
ENG 412 Grammar/editing Workshop - Multilingual (1)
ENG 414 Elements of Writing (3)
ENG 415 Grammar and Editing - Multilingual (3)
ENG 417 Academic Literacy and the Urban Adolescent (3)
ENG 418 Grammar for Writers (3)
ENG 419 Advanced Composition for Teachers (3)
ENG 420 Introduction to the Study of Language (3) [GE]
ENG 421 The Structure of English (3)
ENG 422 History of the English Language (3)
ENG 424 Phonology and Morphology (3)
ENG 425 Language in Context (3)
ENG 426 Second Language Acquisition (3)
ENG 429 Stylistics (3)
ENG 432 Seminar in Immigrant Literacies and Community-Based Projects (3)
ENG 451 Jewish Literature of the Americas (3) [GE]
ENG 452 Forster, Durrell, and Cavafy (3)
ENG 460 Literature in English I: Beginnings through the 17th Century (3)
ENG 461 Literature in English II: 18th and 19th Centuries (3)
ENG 462 Literature in English III: The Twentieth Century (3)
ENG 465 Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (3)
ENG 475 Fundamentals of Literary Analysis (3)
ENG 480 GW Junior Seminar - GWAR (3)
ENG 501 Age of Chaucer (3) [GE]
ENG 503 Medieval Rebel Writing (3)
ENG 510 The Age of Wit (3)
ENG 512 18th Century British Women Writers (3)
ENG 514 Age of the Romantics (3)
ENG 521 Studies in 20th Century English Literature (3)
ENG 521 Contemporary British Fiction (3)
ENG 521 Espionage Fiction (3)
ENG 522 Irish Literature (3)
ENG 524 Contemporary American Short Story (3)
ENG 525 Studies in American Literature (3)
ENG 525 American Women Modernist Poets (3)
ENG 525 Bob Dylan (3)
ENG 526 Age of the American Renaissance: 1830-1860 (3) [GE]
ENG 527 American Literature: 1860-1914 (3) [GE]
ENG 528 American Literature: 1914-1960 (3)
ENG 533 Holocaust and Literature (3) [GE]
ENG 535 Literature and Ecology (3)
ENG 546 20th Century American Jewish Women Writers (3) [GE]
ENG 550 The Rise of the Novel (3)
ENG 552 Modern British Novel (3)
ENG 553 Classic American Novel (3)
ENG 554 Modern American Novel (3)
ENG 555 The Short Story (3)
ENG 558 Early Twentieth Century Poetry in the United States (3)
ENG 559 Middle and Late Twentieth Century Poetry in the United States (3)
ENG 565 The Short Story: Global Literature in English (3)
ENG 570 Medieval and Renaissance Drama (3)
ENG 571 Shakespeare's Rivals (3)
ENG 573 American Drama (3)
ENG 574 Modern British Drama (3)
ENG 580 Individual Authors (3-5)
ENG 580 Blake and Wordsworth (3)
ENG 580 Carver and Pinter (3)
ENG 580 Edith Wharton (3)
ENG 580 Emily Dickinson (3)
ENG 580 Faulkner and Wright (3)
ENG 580 George Eliot (3)
ENG 580 Hurston and Hughes (3)
ENG 580 James Baldwin and Langston Hughes: Kings of the Blues (3)
ENG 580 Jane Austen (3)
ENG 580 Mark Twain (3)
ENG 580 Melville (3)
ENG 580 The Gawain Poet (3)
ENG 580 Virginia Woolf (3)
ENG 580 William Blake (3)
ENG 580 Williams, Stevens, H. Crane (3)
ENG 583 Shakespeare: Representative Plays (3) [GE]
ENG 584 Shakespeare-Selected Plays (3)
ENG 589 Milton (3)
ENG 600 Theory of Literature (3)
ENG 601 Literature and Psychology (3) [GE]
ENG 602 Literature and Society (3) [GE]
ENG 611 Modern Criticism (3)
ENG 612 Serial Narrative (3)
ENG 614 Women in Literature: Authors and Characters (3)
ENG 614 Women Writers and Social Change (3)
ENG 614 Women in Literature (3)
ENG 615 Imagery, Metaphor, and Symbol (3) [GE]
ENG 630 Selected Studies (3-5)
ENG 630 American Poetic Tradition: Whitman to Frost (3)
ENG 630 Bible as Literature (3)
ENG 630 Detective Fiction (3)
ENG 630 Expatriate Literature of Paris in the 20's (3)
ENG 630 Expatriate Writers in Paris - 30s & 40s (3)
ENG 630 Literature and the Body (3)
ENG 630 Literature of Labor (3)
ENG 630 Nabokov and Hitchcock (3)
ENG 630 New World Encounters in English Renaissance Literature (3)
ENG 630 Shakespeare History Plays and the War of the Roses (3)
ENG 630 The Bible and the English/American Literary Tradition (3)
ENG 631 Post-Colonial Literature in English (3) [GE]
ENG 632 The Literature of Exile and Migration (3)
ENG 633 Gay Love in Literature (3) [GE]
ENG 636 Greek and Roman Myth and Modern Literature (3) [GE]
ENG 637 Experimental Novel: 1950-1980 (3)
ENG 653 TESOL: Pedagogical Grammar (3)
ENG 655 Literature and the Adolescent Reader (3)
ENG 657 Grammar and Rhetoric of the Sentence (3)
ENG 658 South African Literature (3)
ENG 670 Graduate Writing for TESOL and Linguistics (3)
ENG 688 Assessment in English Language Arts (1)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar (3-4)
ENG 690 Animal Studies and Literature (3)
ENG 690 Emily Dickinson: Serial Poet (3)
ENG 690 Radical Literature (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: American Life Writing (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Aphra Behn (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Bellow, Malamud, and the Roths (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Caribbean Poetry in English (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Charles Dickens (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: D. Lessing and J. Didion (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Devils and Angels (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: F. Scott Fitzgerald (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: H. D. and Marianne Moore (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Hawthorne (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Henry James' Formal World (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Imagining World War I (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: James Joyce (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Major Lyric Poets and Forms (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Moore and Bishop (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Noir Culture (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Religion in British Poetry Since 1800 (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Spenser (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Steinbeck (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: T. S. Eliot (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Teaching Shakespeare (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: The Bard in Bollywood (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: The Restoration (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Thomas Hardy (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: W. B. Yeats and T. S. Eliot (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: What Are Poets For? (3)
ENG 690 Senior Seminar: Women Writers of the Southern Renaissance (3)
ENG 695 Community Work Experience (3)
ENG 696 Student Experience in Schools (3)
ENG 698 Work-Study in Language and Literature (1-3)
ENG 699 Independent Study (1-3)
ENG 700 Introduction to Composition Theory (3)
ENG 701 Theoretical Backgrounds in Community College and College Reading Instruction (3)
ENG 704 Pedagogical Grammar for Composition (3)
ENG 705 Pedagogy in Composition II (3)
ENG 706 Seminar in Sociolinguistics of Composition (3)
ENG 707 Current Issues in Composition (3)
ENG 708 Teaching Writing in a Digital Age (3)
ENG 709 Seminar in Teaching Integrated Reading and Writing (3)
ENG 710 Course Design in Composition and Post-Secondary Reading (3)
ENG 713 Seminar in Curriculum and Instruction in English I (3)
ENG 714 Curriculum and Instruction II: English (3)
ENG 715 Pedagogy and Practice of Postsecondary Reading (3)
ENG 717 Projects in the Teaching of Literature (3)
ENG 718 Supervision of Teaching Experience (3)
ENG 719 Seminar: Contemporary Semantic Theory (3)
ENG 723 Seminar in the Structure of English (3)
ENG 724 Special Topics in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (3)
ENG 724 ESL/EFL Curriculum and Assessment (3)
ENG 724 Incorporating Performance in the ESL/EFL Classroom (3)
ENG 724 Researching Second Language Classrooms (3)
ENG 724 Teaching EF/SL Abroad (3)
ENG 724 Technology for TESOL (3)
ENG 725 Seminar in Discourse Analysis (3)
ENG 726 Practicum in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (3)
ENG 727 Linguistic Field Methods (3)
ENG 728 Topics in Sociolinguistics (3)
ENG 728 Language and Gender (3)
ENG 728 Narrative in Society (3)
ENG 728 Sociolinguistics and Classroom Interaction (3)
ENG 729 Seminar in Psycholinguistics (3)
ENG 730 Introduction to Graduate Study of TESOL (3)
ENG 731 Seminar: TESOL Listening and Speaking Skills (3)
ENG 732 Seminar: TESOL Reading and Writing Skills (3)
ENG 733 Seminar: Student Teaching for TESOL (3)
ENG 735 Community Based Curriculum Development (3)
ENG 736 Seminar in Teaching ESL in the Community (3)
ENG 737 Introduction to Corpus Linguistics (3)
ENG 738 Pragmatics and Oral Skills (3)
ENG 739 Advanced Field Methods (3)
ENG 741 Seminar: Theory of Literature (3)
ENG 742 Seminar: Studies in Criticism (3)
ENG 742 Applied Critical Theory (3)
ENG 742 Benjamin and Adorno (3)
ENG 742 Issues in Teaching English (3)
ENG 742 Modern Criticism (3)
ENG 742 Out of the Past and Into the Night: The Noir Vision in American Culture (3)
ENG 742 Reading Walter Benjamin (3)
ENG 742 Seminar: Cultural Criticism (3)
ENG 743 Seminar: Studies in Principles of Literary Form (3)
ENG 743 Craft of Prose: Joyce and Hemingway (3)
ENG 743 Literary Form: Empson-Derrida (3)
ENG 743 Seminar: The Short Novel (3)
ENG 744 Seminar: Literature and Psychology (3)
ENG 746 Seminar: Opera and Literature (3)
ENG 747 Feminist Criticisms (3)
ENG 748 Rhetoric, Politics, and Ethics of Deconstruction (3)
ENG 750 Seminar in Medieval English Literature (3)
ENG 750 Imagining the (3)
ENG 750 Medieval Drama Seminar (3)
ENG 750 Medieval Romance Seminar (3)
ENG 750 Medieval Texts and their Readers: Textuality and Intertextuality (3)
ENG 750 Mysticism in Medieval Literature (3)
ENG 750 The Alliterative Revival (3)
ENG 751 Seminar: Studies in 16th Century English Literature (3)
ENG 751 16th Century Lyric and Comedy (3)
ENG 751 Christopher Marlowe and John Webster (3)
ENG 751 Gender and Text in 16th Century Literature (3)
ENG 751 Lyric and Epic Poetry of Renaissance (3)
ENG 751 Marlowe & Jonson as Shakespeare's Great Rivals (3)
ENG 751 Marlowe, Jonson, and Donne (3)
ENG 751 Sidney, Spenser, Jonson, Donne (3)
ENG 751 Spenser and Marlowe (3)
ENG 751 Trans-Atlantic Exploration and Encounters in English Renaissance Literature (3)
ENG 752 Seminar: Studies in 17th Century English Literature (3)
ENG 752 17th Century English Dramatic Literature (3)
ENG 752 17th Century English Prose and Poetry (3)
ENG 752 Donne, Herbert, Marvell (3)
ENG 752 T. S. Eliot and 17th Century Literature (3)
ENG 753 Seminar: Studies in 18th Century English Literature (3)
ENG 753 18th Century British Literature and Culture (3)
ENG 753 18th Century Novel (3)
ENG 753 18th Century Poetry (3)
ENG 753 Beggars and Cross-Dressers: A Survey of Eighteenth Century English Drama and Theatre History (3)
ENG 753 Discord and Elegance/18th Century (3)
ENG 753 Flight to Confinement (3)
ENG 753 Johnson and T. S. Eliot (3)
ENG 753 Satire's Vile Bodies: The Art of Swift and Waugh (3)
ENG 753 Swift's Selected Works, Richardson's Clarissa, and Sterne's Tristram Shandy (3)
ENG 754 Seminar: The Romantic Movement (3)
ENG 755 Seminar: Studies in Victorian Literature (3)
ENG 755 Nineteenth Century Mystery (3)
ENG 755 Seminar: Age of Victorians (3)
ENG 755 Seminar: Victorian Afterlife (3)
ENG 755 Victorian Poetry (3)
ENG 756 Seminar: 20th Century English Literature (3)
ENG 756 Seminar: 20th Century English Literature (3)
ENG 756 Women of 1928 (3)
ENG 757 Shakespeare History Plays (3)
ENG 758 Seminar: Southern African Literature in English (3)
ENG 760 Seminar: Studies in American Literature, 1600-1899 (3)
ENG 760 19th Century American Gothic (3)
ENG 760 Emily Dickinson and American Women Writers (3)
ENG 760 English/American Romantics (3)
ENG 760 James, Howells, and Wharton (3)
ENG 760 Seminar: American Romanticism (3)
ENG 760 Stephen Crane and the American 1890's (3)
ENG 762 Seminar: Twentieth Century American Literature (3)
ENG 762 20th Century U.S. Women's Poetry (3)
ENG 762 Experimental Books (3)
ENG 763 Contemporary American Short Fiction (3)
ENG 770 Seminar: the Novel (3)
ENG 772 Seminar: Drama (3)
ENG 780 Seminar: Individual Authors (3)
ENG 780 Austen, Bronte, George Eliot (3)
ENG 780 D. H. Lawrence, Artist and Seer (3)
ENG 780 Eudora Welty (3)
ENG 780 Hawthorne, Poe, Melville Seminar (3)
ENG 780 Hemingway: An In-Depth Study (3)
ENG 780 Highbrows-Lowbrows (3)
ENG 780 Jane Austen (3)
ENG 780 O'Connor, Bellow, Malamud, Ozick (3)
ENG 780 Raymond Carver (3)
ENG 780 Saul Bellow (3)
ENG 780 Seminar: Gerard M. Hopkins (3)
ENG 780 Seminar: Gertrude Stein (3)
ENG 780 Seminar: Jean Toomer (3)
ENG 780 Seminar: Samuel Beckett (3)
ENG 780 Seminar: The Poetry of T.S. Eliot (3)
ENG 780 Seminar: Wilde and James (3)
ENG 780 Silko and Momaday (3)
ENG 780 The Poetry of John Keats (3)
ENG 780 The Shelleys and Lord Byron (3)
ENG 780 Toni Morrison (3)
ENG 780 Virginia Woolf (3)
ENG 780 Williams, Stevens, H. Crane (3)
ENG 780 Wright Morris (3)
ENG 782 Seminar: Chaucer (3)
ENG 785 Seminar: Shakespeare (3)
ENG 789 Milton (3)
ENG 790 Seminar: Selected Studies (3)
ENG 790 Colonialism and Early Modern English Literature (3)
ENG 790 Literary Studies and Food Studies: Consumption and Culinaryism in Modern and Early Modern Literature (3)
ENG 790 Lyric and Form (3)
ENG 790 Narrative Theory (3)
ENG 790 New Media in the Teaching of U.S. Literature (3)
ENG 790 Portraits of Women in 19th and 20th Century American Literature (3)
ENG 790 Selected 19th Century Women's Fiction (3)
ENG 790 Seminar: American Autobiography (3)
ENG 790 Short Story (3)
ENG 790 Tragedy in the Southern Novel (3)
ENG 800 Rhetoric for Composition Teachers (3)
ENG 802 Internship Teaching English (3)
ENG 803 Teaching Practicum: Literature (3)
ENG 804 Teaching Practicum: Linguistics (3)
ENG 820 The Constructed Body in Literature (3)
ENG 832 Seminar: Immigrant Literacies and Community-Based Projects (3)
ENG 889 Integrated Studies in Linguistics (3)
ENG 890 Seminar in Composition Research (3)
ENG 891 Integrative Seminar in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (3)
ENG 895 Field Study or Applied Research Project (3)
ENG 896 Directed Readings in Preparation for the CE Examination (3)
ENG 898 Master's Thesis (3)
ENG 899 Independent Study (1-3)
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