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English and Comparative Literary Studies

  • EN101 Epic into Novel
  • EN107 British Theatre Since 1939
  • EN121 Medieval to Renaissance English Literature
  • EN122 Modes of Reading
  • EN123 Modern World Literature
  • EN124 Modes of Writing: An Introduction
  • EN126 History and Textuality
  • EN201 The European Novel
  • EN206 German and English Romanticism
  • EN226 Drama and Democracy
  • EN227 Romantic & Victorian Poetry
  • EN228 Seventeenth Century: The First Modern Age of English Literature
  • EN229 Literary & Cultural Theory
  • EN232 Composition & Creative Writing
  • EN236 The Practice of Fiction: Context, Themes & Techniques
  • EN238 The Practice of Poetry
  • EN240 Screenwriting
  • EN245 The English Nineteenth-Century Novel
  • EN248 Modern American Poetry
  • EN251 New Literatures in English
  • EN263 Devolutionary British Fiction
  • EN264 Explorations in Critical Theory and Cultural Studies
  • EN265 The Global Novel: Narrative from a World Perspective
  • EN267 Literature, Environment, Ecology
  • EN268 Modernist Cultures
  • EN273 Reeling & Writhing: Poetry & Intertextuality for Advanced Studies
  • EN279 Study Year Abroad
  • EN301 Shakespeare & Selected Dramatists of his Time
  • EN302 European Theatre
  • EN304 Twentieth-Century US Literature
  • EN320 Dissertation
  • EN323 Othello
  • EN328 English Literature & Feminisms 1790-1899
  • EN329 Personal Writing Project
  • EN330 Eighteenth-Century Literature
  • EN331 Poetry in English since 1945
  • EN334 Crime Fiction, Nation and Empire: Britain 1850 - 1947
  • EN335 Literature and Psychoanalysis
  • EN336 States of Damage: Twenty-First Century US Writing and Culture
  • EN352 Restoration Drama
  • EN353 Early Modern Drama
  • EN359 Further Explorations in Middle English Literature
  • EN361 Introduction to Alternative Lifeworlds Fiction (Science Fiction, Fantasy and the Weird)
  • EN370 Commodity Fictions: World Literature and World-Ecology
  • EN372 Queer and There: Queer Theory and the History of Sexuality in the Global Context
  • EN374 Global City Literature: Image, Theory, Text
  • EN377 Literature, Theory and Time
  • EN378 Disasters and the British Contemporary
  • EN379 The Marriage Plot: Romance, Sex and Feminism in English Fiction
  • EN383 Inventing Selves 2: Life Writing
  • EN384 Writing Out Loud: Slam, Spoken Word, and Performance Poetics
  • EN387 Queering the Literary Landscape: LGBTQ+ Literature and Culture in the Contemporary World
  • EN389 Small Press Publishing: History, Theory, Practice
  • EN391 American Horror Story: U.S. Gothic Cultures, 1790-Present
  • EN392 Race, Ethnicity, and Migration in the Americas
  • EN393 Advanced Screenwriting
  • EN395 Dreaming in the Middle Ages: Fiction, Imagination, and Knowledge
  • EN396 The English Country House: Fictions and Histories
  • EN397 Game Theory: Interactive and Video Game Narratives
  • EN398 Medieval Alterities: Race, Religion, and Orientalism in the Literature of Medieval England
  • EN399 On the Road to Collapse
  • EN3A0 Poetry and Crisis: William Langland's Piers Plowman in the late medieval culture and society
  • EN3A2 Women and Writing, 1150-1450
  • EN3A3 Writing the Isles
  • EN3A4 Austen in Theory