Graduate Course Offerings – Spring 2011

Graduate Course Offerings have just been sent out!  Below are course titles, professors, and dates/times for each class.  For a PDF with complete course descriptions, click here.  Registration begins November 10.  Students need to get registration numbers from Gina or Lana in the Department Office.  See our separate post for Undergraduate Course Offerings. Please note the time for Prof. Scott Combs’s Forms and Themes in Film course has been corrected. The correct date and time is highlighted in red.


Please note the day for Prof. Maertz’s Eng 100 Modern Critical Theories class is on Monday only, not Monday and Friday as originally posted. The corrected day is highlighted in red. 











ENG. 100: Modern Critical Theories (11357)
M 4:45-6:45 p.m. (there is no Friday session as originally posted)
Dr. Gregory Maertz

ENG. 260: Medieval Romance (14859)
T. 2:00-4:00- Dept. Lounge
Dr. Nicole Rice

ENG. 590: Topics in 19th Century British Literature and Culture (14850)
W. 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Professor Rachel Hollander
“Late Victorian and Edwardian Fiction: Aesthetics and Politics”

ENG. 635: Narratives of American History (14852)
Modernization
M 6:55-8:55pm
Dr. Granville Ganter

ENG. 670: Topics in 19th Century British Literature & Culture (15098)
T. 4:45-6:45 p.m.
Dr. Robert Fanuzzi
Hemispheric American Literature

ENG 755: Topics in Twentieth-Century African American Literature (14856) 
Afro-modernism 
M. 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Dr. John Lowney

ENG. 800:  Forms and Themes in Film (14851)
R 4:45-6:45 p.m. ***Please note this is the corrected time slot as of 10/25***
Dr. Scott Combs
“The Work of Horror”  

ENG. 830: Allegory and Epic (14855)
R. 2:00-4:00 p.m. (Dept. Lounge)
Dr. Stephen Sicari

ENG. 878: Workshop in Poetry & Poetics (14854) 
T. 6:55-8:55 p.m.
Prof. Lee Ann Brown

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I teach Shakespeare and early modern literature at St. John's in New York City.

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