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200 Level Courses in English TOP LINK
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359:220 Performance Theory
359:210 Archives and Literature
359:202 Principles of Literary Study
359:201 Principles of Literary Study
354:210 Close Readings in Cinema
354:201 Introduction to Film
351:211 Creative Writing
351:209 Introduction to Multimedia Composition
358:256 Introduction to the Graphic Novel
358:275 Cultural History of Now
358:200 Once Upon A Time: Why We Tell Stories
358:248 Introduction to Tragic Literature
358:261 Global Women's Literature: Domestic Labor
358:493 Independent Study
Medieval TOP LINK
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358:307 Medieval and Early Modern Women Writers
358:309 Medieval Lives
358:310 Medieval Drama
358:411 Old English Language and Literature
358:422 Seminar: Medieval Childhood
Renaissance TOP LINK
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358:311 Humanism and Its Discontents
358:314 Shakespeare The Elizabethan Plays
358:320 Literature, Environment, and Politics in the Renaissance
358:426 Seminar: Shakespeare and the Philosophy of Friendship
Restoration/Eighteenth Century TOP LINK
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358:322 Age of Parody: English Literature 1660-1745
358:324 Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Poetry: Landscape, Labor, and Loss
358:326 Eighteenth Century Novel
358:328 The Gothic
358:435 Seminar: Jane Austen and her World
Nineteenth Century TOP LINK
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358:331 Later Romantic Literature
358:332 Victorian Literature
358:337 Nineteenth Century Women Writers
358:375 Nineteenth Century Black Literature
358:436 Literature of British Imperialism, 1870-1920
Twentieth Century TOP LINK
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358:437 Reading Faulkner
358:363 Nabokov
358:376 Harlem Renaissance
358:357 Later Twentieth Century Theater and Drama
358:353 American Postmodernism: Literature, Film, and Theory
358:363 Existentialism in Global Literature and Film
358:437 Seminar: Joyce and After
358:437 From Bartleby to Occupy: Art and Politics
359:362 Digital Literary Study & Twentieth Century Novels
African-American, Ethnic American or Global Anglophone TOP LINK
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358:218 Black Literature 1930 to Present
358:374 Black Autobiography: From Maya Angelou to Barack Obama
358:375 Nineteenth Century Black Literature
358:376 Harlem Renaissance
358:381 Defining the African Diaspora
358:460 Very Contemporary African Literature
354:321 World Cinema II
Theories and Methods TOP LINK
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359:362 Plotting Narratives with Birchbark and Google
359:201 Principles of Literary Study
359:202 Principles of Literary Study
359:210 Archives and Literature
359:220 Performance Theory
359:310 History of Literary Theory I
359:361 Literature and Visual Culture: Writing, Photography, Color
359:410 Topics in Media Theory
359:410 Seminar: Melodrama
359:498 Senior Honors Tutorial
359:495 Independent Study - Honors Proseminar
354:420 Seminar: Film Theory
Seminars TOP LINK
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358:437 Reading Faulkner
359:410 Seminar: Topics in Literary Theory
359:410 Topics in Media Theory
358:422 Seminar: Medieval Childhood
358:426 Seminar: Shakespeare and the Philosophy of Friendship
358:435 Seminar: Jane Austen and her World
358:436 Literature of British Imperialism, 1870-1920
358:437 Seminar: From Bartleby to Occupy: Art and Politics
358:437 Seminar: Joyce and After
358:460 Very Contemporary African Literature
354:420 Seminar: Film Theory
Creative Writing TOP LINK
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351:309 Digital Storytelling
351:314 Documentary Filmmaking for Writers
351:410 Creative Writing Independent Study
351:407 Advanced Creative Writing Workshop-Fiction
351:406 Advanced Creative Writing Workshop Poetry
351:405 Advanced Creative Writing Workshop Multi-Genre
351:308 Creative Writing - Playwriting
351:307 Creative Writing Fiction
351:306 Creative Writing Poetry
351:305 Creative Non-Fiction
351:304 Screenwriting for Television
351:303 Screenwriting for Film
351:211 Creative Writing
351:209 Introduction to Multimedia Composition
Film TOP LINK
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354:201 Introduction to Film
354:210 Close Readings in Cinema
354:321 World Cinema II
354:375 Film and Society
354:420 Seminar: Film Theory