Fall 2021 Courses

Course Number Title Instructor
ENGL 10 Introduction to Literary Study Griffin, Andrew
ENGL 15 Introduction to Shakespeare Kearney, James
ENGL 22 Introduction to Literature and the Environment, Part I: The Western Tradition Hiltner, Ken
ENGL 101 English Literature from the Medieval Period to 1650 Blurton, Heather
ENGL 106CW Catalyst Writing Collective Donnelly, Brian
ENGL 122UM The City as a Way of Life: Urban Modernity Salton-Cox, Glyn
ENGL 131BR Boundaryless Reconstruction: Policing, Property & Privacy DeLombard, Jeannine Marie
ENGL 134BB This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color 40 Years Later Moraga, Cherríe
ENGL 147VN Visual Narrative Douglass, Jeremy
ENGL 149 Media and Information Culture Douglass, Jeremy
ENGL 165PL Prison Literature Blake, Felice
ENGL 170IC Imagination and Creativity Carlson, Julie
ENGL 175GW Proseminar on Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships Olguín, Ben
ENGL 192DF Science Fiction: Dystopian Fiction Donnelly, Brian
ENGL 192SS Science Fiction: Short Stories Jue, Melody
ENGL 197 Law as Theory DeLombard, Jeannine Marie
ENGL 197 Bad Sex Salton-Cox, Glyn
ENGL 197 Steal From the Rich: Robin Hood in Literature and Film Blurton, Heather
ENGL 197 Transpacific Science Fiction Jue, Melody
ENGL 231 Studies in Renaissance Literature Kearney, James
ENGL 236 Edward Said: From Beginnings to Late Style Andrea, Bernadette
ENGL 237 Pandemic Media Ghosh, Bishnupriya
ENGL 238 Data Stories: Theory and Social Impact of Data-driven Narratives and Narratives about Data Liu, Alan
ENGL 265GW Proseminar on Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships Olguín, Ben
ENGL 591 Doctoral Colloquium Cook, Elizabeth Heckendorn