Fall 2020 Undergraduate English Courses

359:201 Principles of Literary Study

01

M6

CAC

05692

GALPERIN

HH-A7

 

T2

     

SC-121

02

M6

CAC

05693

GALPERIN

HH-A7

 

T3

     

SC-121

03

M6

CAC

05694

GALPERIN

HH-A7

 

T3

      CA-A1

04

M6

CAC

05696

GALPERIN

HH-A7

 

T6

     

SC-121

06 W5 CAC 05697 FULTON CA-A5
  TH6       SC-121
07 W5 CAC 05698 FULTON CA-A5
  TH5       FH-A2
09 T2 CAC 05700 JONES CA-A5
  T5       FH-A2
10 T2 CAC 05701 JONES CA-A5
  M6       CA-A1
11 T2 CAC 05702 JONES CA-A5
  W2       CA-A1
12 T2 CAC 05703 JONES CA-A5
  W3       CA-A1
13 MTH2 CAC 05704 KING CA-A3
14 TTH5 CAC 05705 LAWRENCE HH-A3
15 MW5 CAC 05706  WILLIAMS, A. HH-A1
16 W3F4 CAC 05707  MASIELLO, M. HH-A1
17 TTH6 CAC 05708 GOODLAD CA-A2
18 MW8 LIV 05709 MONESCALCHI LSH-B111
19 TTH5 LIV 05710  LOTHES LSH-A121
20 MW7 CAC 05711 ALCARO SC-120
21 TTH7 CAC 05712   FH-B1
22 TTH4 CAC 05713 MASIELLO, R. MU-113
23  TTH5  CAC  19444 NARRAMORE HH-B6
24 MW4 CAC 19445 BLAKELY BH-211
25 MW4 CAC 19446 MARTIN BE-013
26 TTH6 CAC 19447   AB-1100
H1 MTH3 CAC 05714 KING HH-A1

This course provides an introduction to principal methods and materials in contemporary literary studies. In order to suggest some of the range of the field, ordinarily it includes close attention to works from at least two genres and two historical periods to be selected by the instructor. The course will introduce students to the meaning and use of key terms in literary studies. Its aim is teaching students to pay close attention to significant texts and develop sophisticated spoken and written accounts of those texts. 

This course is required of all English majors, but it is open to all students who have fulfilled the first-year writing requirement or its equivalent.

Attendance is expected and required.