Fall 2021 Undergraduate English Courses

359:201 Principles of Literary Study

01

HYBRID

 

03143

JONES

ASYNCHRONOUS

 

TH 9:00-10:20 AM

 CAC    DYE

MU-114

02

HYBRID

 

14772

JONES

 ASYNCHRONOUS

 

TH 11:00-12:20

 CAC    DYE

SC-101

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14773

JONES

 ASYNCHRONOUS

 

W 11:00-12:20

 CAC    ZINER MU-114

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HYBRID

 

14774

JONES

 ASYNCHRONOUS

 

M 1:00-2:20

 CAC   ROSENTHAL 

SC-101

05 HYBRID   14775 JONES  ASYNCHRONOUS
  W 3:00-4:20  CAC   ROSENTHAL  MU-114
06 HYBRID   14776 JONES  AYSYNCHRONOUS
  M 5:00-6:20  CAC   ZINER  MU-115
07 HYBRID   14777 LAWRENCE ASYNCHRONOUS
  T 3:00-4:20 CAC   PAIGE SC-205
08 HYBRID   14778 LAWRENCE ASYNCHRONOUS
  T 5:00-6:20 CAC    PAIGE  SC-201
09 HYBRID   14779 LAWRENCE ASYNCHRONOUS
  TH1:00-2:20     IORIO  MU-114
10 HYBRID   14780 LAWRENCE ASYNCHRONOUS
  TH 3:00-4:20  CAC    IORIO MU-114
11 HYBRID   14781 EDWARDS ASYNCHRONOUS
  F 9:00-1020 CAC     MU-114
12 HYBRID   14782 EDWARDS ASYNCHRONOUS
  F 11:00-12:20 CAC     MU-114
13 HYBRID   14783 EDWARDS ASYNCHRONOUS
  T 9:00-10:20 CAC     SC-204
14  HYBRID   14784 EDWARDS  ASYNCHRONOUS
   T 11:00-12:20 CAC     SC-204 
 15 TTH 1:00-2:20   14785 GLISERMAN  ONLINE
16 M 1:00-220 HYBRID 14786 IANNINI ONLINE
  W 1:00-2:230 CAC     SC-205
17 T 11:00-12:20 CAC 14787 JOHNSON MU-114
  F 11:00-12:20 HYBRID     ONLINE
18 MW 5:00-6:20   14788 LEVAO ONLINE
19 MW 3:00-4:20   14789 MILLER, R. ONLINE
20     14790 KING ASYNCHRONOUS
21 MTH 11:00-12:20 CAC 14791  GARNER MU-114
23 M 1:00-2:20 CAC 14792 MITCHELL MU-114
  ASYNCHRONOUS        

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.