ENGLISH (Div. I)

Fall Courses
Spring Courses
Not Offered

FALL COURSES

ENGL 114(F) Literary Speakers (W)

ENGL 115(F,S) Narrative and Narrative Experience (W)

ENGL 116(F,S) The Ethics of Fiction (W)

ENGL 117(F) Introduction to Cultural Theory (Same as Comparative Literature 117) (W)

ENGL 120(F,S) The Nature of Narrative (Same as Comparative Literature 111) (W)*

ENGL 123(F) Borrowing and Stealing: Originality in Literature and Culture (W)

ENGL 129(F) Twentieth-Century Black Poets (W)*

ENGL 134(F) New American Fiction (W)

ENGL 141(F) John Keats (W)

ENGL 148(F) Life as Fact and Fantasy (W)

ENGL 150(F) Expository Writing (W)

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

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

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

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

ENGL 214(F) Writing for the Theatre (Same as Theatre 214)

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

ENGL 249T(F) Hitchcock and Psychoanalytic Theory (W)

ENGL 250(F) Revolutionary African Literature (Same as Africana Studies 140 and Comparative Literature 218)*

ENGL 253(F) Contemporary African American Literature (Same as Africana Studies 240)*

ENGL 260(F) Games, Play and Virtual Worlds (Same as INTR 260)

ENGL 286(F) Constructing Black Lives in Film and Literature (Same as Africana Studies 286)*

ENGL 287(F) Topics in Asian American Literature* (Same as American Studies 283)*

ENGL 222(F) Studies in the Lyric (Gateway) (W)

ENGL 230(F,S) Introduction to Literary Theory (Gateway) (Same as Comparative Literature 240) (W)

ENGL 245(F) Arts of Detection (Gateway) (W)

ENGL 307(F) Arthurian Literature

ENGL 314(F) Renaissance Drama (Same as Theatre 315)

ENGL 315(F) Milton

ENGL 324(F) Topics in Eighteenth-Century Literature

ENGL 330(F) Victorian Relativity

ENGL 333(F) The Nineteenth-Century Novel

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

ENGL 346(F) The Human Face in the Modern Imagination (Same as ArtH 307, Comparative Literature 356, and INTR 346) (W)

ENGL 347(F) Henry James

ENGL 356(F) Dead Poets' Society (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 356)

ENGL 358T(F) Sounding Concord (W)

ENGL 360(F) Joyce's Ulysses

ENGL 390T(F) History in Theory (W)

ENGL 393(F) Staging Identities: Selfhood, Theatricality and Performance in Twentieth Century Drama (Same as Theatre 393)

ENGL 404(F) Auteur Cinema and the Very Long Film (Same as Comparative Literature 324)

ENGL 407(F) Twentieth-Century American Poetic Movements (Same as American Studies 406)

ENGL 414(F) Poetry and Prose of John Donne

ENGL 434(F) William Blake

ENGL 485T(F) The Practice of Revision: Fiction Writing Tutorial

ENGL 281(F,S) The Writing of Poetry

ENGL 283(F,S) Introductory Workshop in Fiction

ENGL 385(F) Advanced Fiction Workshop: Form and Technique

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

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

SPRING COURSES

ENGL 112(S) Introduction to Literary Analysis (W)

ENGL 115(F,S) Narrative and Narrative Experience (W)

ENGL 116(F,S) The Ethics of Fiction (W)

ENGL 120(F,S) The Nature of Narrative (Same as Comparative Literature 111) (W)*

ENGL 126(S) Stupidity and Intelligence (W)

ENGL 145(S) Reading and Writing Science Fiction (W)

ENGL 150(S) Expository Writing (W)

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

ENGL 202(S) Modern Drama (Same as Comparative Literature 202 and Theatre 229)

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

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

ENGL 248T(S) Bearing Witness (W)

ENGL 251(S) Defining the African Diaspora (Same as Africana Studies 160 and Comparative Literature 214)*

ENGL 252(S) South African and American Intersections (Same as Africana Studies 260 and Comparative Literature 258)*

ENGL 257(S) The Personal Essay (W)

ENGL 285(S) Religion in Black Film, Media, and Literature (Same as Africana Studies 285 and Religion 229)*

ENGL 230(F,S) Introduction to Literary Theory (Gateway) (Same as Comparative Literature 240) (W)

ENGL 237(S) Gender and Desire 1200-1600 (Same as Comparative Literature 237 and Women's and Gender Studies 237) (Gateway) (W)

ENGL 256(S) Culture and Colonialism: An Introduction (Gateway) (W)

ENGL 258(S) Poetry and the City (Gateway) (W)

ENGL 305(S) Chaucer

ENGL 313(S) Interpretation and Doubt: Shakespeare's Poems and Plays

ENGL 321(S) Samuel Johnson and the Literary Tradition

ENGL 322T(S) Novel Arguments (W)

ENGL 327(S) Fictions of the British Raj *

ENGL 331(S) Romantic Poetry

ENGL 342(S) Representing Sexualities: U.S. Traditions (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 342) (W)

ENGL 353(S) Modern Poetry

ENGL 379(S) Contemporary World Novel (Same as Comparative Literature 329)

ENGL 380(S) The Art of Modern Crisis

ENGL 386(S) Psychoanalysis, Gender, and Sexuality (Same as Comparative Literature 342 and Women's and Gender Studies 388)

ENGL 388(S) Asian American Writing and the Visual Arts (Same as American Studies 302)*

ENGL 394(S) Gothic Theory

ENGL 406(S) Shakespearean Comedy (Same as Theatre 406)

ENGL 408(S) Culture, Criticism and Praxis (Same as Comparative Literature 345)

ENGL 420(S) Decadence and Aestheticism

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

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

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

NOT OFFERED COURSES

ENGL 105 Poetry and Magic (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 125 After The Tempest (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 128 Documentary Film (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 137 Shakespeare's Warriors and Politicians (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 146(F) Defining Forms: Genre and Interpretation (Not offered 2006-2007) (W)

ENGL 147 Asian American Literature (Same as American Studies 147) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)*

ENGL 203 Reading Films (Same as Comparative Literature 223) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 206 Comparative Drama: The Anti-Realist Impulse (Same as Comparative Literature 226 and Theatre 226) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 243 Words and Music in the 60s and 70s (Same as INTR 165 and Music 112) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 244T Kids (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 284 Adaptation: Words into Images (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 225 Romanticism and Modernism (Gateway) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 235 Comedy/Tragedy (Gateway) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 236 Witnessing: Slavery and Its Aftermath (Same as Africana Studies 236) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (Gateway) (W)*

ENGL 246 The Novel and Globalization (Gateway) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 302 Philosophy and Poetry: Ancient Quarrels and Modern Questions (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 312T Early Modern Women Writers and the Art of Renaissance Self-Fashioning (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 312) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 316 The Art of Courtship (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 316) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 320T Marlowe and Shakespeare (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 332 Law and Society in 18th-19th Century British Fiction (Same as Legal Studies 332) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 335 Victorian Strangers: Anonymity and Solitude in the Nineteenth Century (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 336 Victorian Literature and Culture (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 341 American Genders, American Sexualities (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 341) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 343T Whitman and Dickinson in Context (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 350 James Baldwin and His Contemporaries (Same as Africana Studies 350 and Women's and Gender Studies 350) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)*

ENGL 357 Contemporary American Fiction (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 366 Modern British Fiction (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 368T Approaches to W. B. Yeats (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

ENGL 372 African-American Literary Thought and Culture (Same as Africana Studies 372 and American Studies 372) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)*

ENGL 378 Nature/Writing (Same as Environmental Studies 378) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 389 History Through Fiction, Fiction Through History: Windows into African-American Culture (Same as History 389) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)*

ENGL 392 Wonder (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 395 Time-Consciousness in Modern Literature and Philosophy (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 412 Transcendentalism (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

ENGL 418 Reading Cavell Reading: Philosophy, Literature, and Film (Same as Philosophy 300)