ENGLISH (Div. I)

Fall Courses
Spring Courses
Not Offered

FALL COURSES

ENGL 105(F) Poetry and Magic+

ENGL 111(F) Television Culture (Same as American Studies 111)+

ENGL 113(F) "Literary" Reading+~

ENGL 120(F)(formerly 203) The Nature of Narrative (Same as Comparative Literature 111)+

ENGL 126(F) Stupidity and Intelligence+

ENGL 134(F) New American Fiction+

ENGL 135(F) African-American Literary Lives (Same as American Studies 135)+*

ENGL 150(F) Expository Writing+

ENGL 201(F,S) Shakespeare's Major Plays

ENGL 202(F) Modern Drama (Same as Theatre 312)

ENGL 204(F) The Feature Film (Same as Comparative Literature 224)

ENGL 205(F) The Art of Poetry+

ENGL 209(F) American Literature: Origins to 1865 (Same as American Studies 209)

ENGL 211(F) British Literature: Middle Ages Through the Renaissance

ENGL 215(F) Femininity on Stage (Same as Comparative Literature 213 and Theatre 215)

ENGL 220(F,S) Introduction to African-American Writing (Same as American Studies 220)*

ENGL 221(F) Asian American Literature and Culture (Same as American Studies 221)*

ENGL 231T(F,S) Literature of the Sea (Same as American Maritime Studies 231T) (Offered only at Mystic Seaport.)

ENGL 222(F) Studies in the Lyric+

ENGL 223(F) Voyages of Discovery (Same as Comparative Literature 211)+

ENGL 228(F) Augustan and Modernist Satire+

ENGL 331(F) Romantic Poetry

ENGL 333(F) Nineteenth-Century British Novel

ENGL 345(F) The Black Arts (Same as American Studies 345)*

ENGL 346(F) U.S. Women of Color: Public and Private Cultures (Same as American Studies 346 and Women's and Gender Studies 346)*

ENGL 361(F) Nabokov and Pynchon

ENGL 366(F) Modern British Fiction

ENGL 368(F) Language, Performance, and Culture (Same as Comparative Literature 368)

ENGL 373(F) Modern Critical Theory (Same as Comparative Literature 343)

ENGL 383T(F) Tutorial in Memoir+

ENGL 393(F) Good Girls, Bad Girls*

ENGL 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

ENGL 497(F), 498(S) Honors Independent Study

ENGL 330(F) The Brontes: The Making of Myths

ENGL 348(F) Faulkner and His Influence

ENGL 375(F) Issues in Literary History

ENGL 281(F,S) The Writing of Poetry

ENGL 283(F,S) Introductory Workshop in Fiction

SPRING COURSES

ENGL 140(S) Writing the Environment+

ENGL 141(S) Modernity and Madness (Same as Comparative Literature 112)+

ENGL 142(S) Radio, Radio+~

ENGL 150(S) Expository Writing+

ENGL 201(F,S) Shakespeare's Major Plays

ENGL 210(S) American Literature: 1865-Present (Same as American Studies 210)

ENGL 212(S) British Literature: Restoration Through the Nineteenth Century

ENGL 216(S) Introduction to the Novel

ENGL 218(S) Introduction to U.S. Latina and Latino Literature (Same as American Studies 218)*

ENGL 219(S) Literature by Women (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 219)

ENGL 220(F,S) Introduction to African-American Writing (Same as American Studies 220)*

ENGL 231T(F,S) Literature of the Sea (Same as American Maritime Studies 231T) (Offered only at Mystic Seaport.)

ENGL 225(S) Romanticism and Modernism+

ENGL 230(S) Introduction to Literary Theory (Same as Comparative Literature 240)+

ENGL 232(S) Wonder (Same as Comparative Literature 212)+

ENGL 305(S) Chaucer

ENGL 306(S) Cervantes' Don Quixote (Same as Comparative Literature 303 and Spanish 303)+

ENGL 308(S) Medieval Dream Vision (Same as Comparative Literature 308)

ENGL 315(S) The Poetry of Milton

ENGL 316(S) The Art of Courtship

ENGL 319T(S) Shakespeare in Love (Same as Theatre 319T)+

ENGL 323T(S) A Novel Education+

ENGL 327(S) British Literature and the Colonial Subject

ENGL 337(S) Victorian Culture

ENGL 338(S) Literature of the American Renaissance (Same as American Studies 338)

ENGL 339(S) Postcoloniality and Empire in U. S. Literature and Culture (Same as American Studies 339)*

ENGL 341(S) American Genders, American Sexualities (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 341)

ENGL 344 Imagining American Jews (Same as American Studies 344)

ENGL 353(S) Modern Poetry

ENGL 357(S) Contemporary American Fiction

ENGL 363(S) Modernism and Mass Culture

ENGL 365(S) Studies in Dramatic Literature: British and Irish Drama Since 1956 (Same as Theatre 313)

ENGL 378(S) Nature/Writing (Same as Environmental Studies 378)

ENGL 390(S) Four Directors (Same as Comparative Literature 390)

ENGL 394 The Pre-Civil War Slave Narrative as a Genre (Same as History 363)

ENGL 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

ENGL 497(F), 498(S) Honors Independent Study

ENGL 311(S) Studies in Shakespeare: Shakespeare and the Theorists (Same as Theatre 315)

ENGL 388(S) Mysteries (Same as Comparative Literature 328)

ENGL 281(F,S) The Writing of Poetry

ENGL 283(F,S) Introductory Workshop in Fiction

ENGL 382(S) Advanced Workshop in Poetry

ENGL 384(S) Advanced Workshop in Fiction

NOT OFFERED COURSES

ENGL 207 Arthurian Literature (Same as Comparative Literature 257) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ENGL 304 Dante (Same as Comparative Literature 317) (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

ENGL 321 Samuel Johnson and the Literary Tradition (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

ENGL 347 Henry James (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

ENGL 354 Contemporary American Poetry (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

ENGL 360 James Joyce's Ulysses (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

ENGL 371 Feminist Theory and the Representation of Women in Film (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

ENGL 376 Documentary Technologies (Same as ArtS 384) (Not offered 2001-2002)

ENGL 380 The Art of Modern Crisis (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

ENGL 391 Kafka and His Descendants (Same as Comparative Literature 391) (Not offered 2001-2002)