2018-19 Variable Topics Course Offerings

 

300-level

variable topics courses

FALL 2020

topic

(INSTRUCTOR)

WINTER 2021

TOPIC

(INSTRUCTOR)

SPRING 2021

TOPIC

(INSTRUCTOR)

361:     

Reading Instruction for the Teaching of Young Adult Literature

(Guise)

370: World Cinema (Keesey)    
371: Film Styles and Genres  

Contemporary Film Noir

(Keesey)

 
372: Film Directors

 

 

Films of Fincher and Roeg 

(Keesey)

373: Topics on Gender Representation in Film  

Defying Gender Norms in Film

(Helmbrecht)

 

380: Literary Themes

Science Fiction

(Donig)

   

381: Diversity in

20th Century Amer LIt

Diverse Voices in Contemporary Poetry

(Rosenthal)

(Rosenthal)

 

400-level courses &

variable topics courses

FALL 2020

TOPIC

(iNSTRUCTOR)

WINTER 2021

TOPIC

(INSTRUCTOR)

sPRING 2021

tOPIC

(iNSRUCTOR)

411: New Media Arts I      
412: New Media Arts II      
421:  Advanced Topics in Technical & Professional Communication

Technoliteracies

(Milbourne)

   
424: Teaching English in Secondary Schools (Guise)    
425: English Clinical Experience Seminar   (Elvin) (Elvin)
431: Shakespeare      
439: Significant British Writers 

Love in Medieval Literature

(Schwartz)

Jane Austen Fiction & Film

(Allen)

Fiction and Non-fiction of Virginia Woolf

(Marchbanks)

 

Love in Medieval Literature

OR

Chaucer

(Schwartz)

449: Significant American Writers

Women's Fiction, 1861-1914

(Forester)

Samuel Delany

(Ruszczycky)

 

Walt Whitman

(Waitinas)

[NOTE: may be offered as

ENGL 511]

The Literature and Landscape of the American West

(Campbell)

 

 

459: Significant World Writers

The Brechtian Revolution

(Hatch)

 

Contemporary Graphic Narratives

(Stegner)

Trickster

(Martinez)

One Trade Center

(Donig)

467:Topics in Rhetoric and Writing  

 

Women's Rhetoric

(Helmbrecht)

470: Selected Advanced Topics    

Translation

(Rosenthal)

487: Advanced Creative Writing: Fiction  (Pierce) (Pierce)  
488:  Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry  (Rosenthal) (Rosenthal)  
495: Topics in Applied Language Study 

World Englishes

(Battenburg)

   
497: Theories of Language Learning and Teaching  (Battenburg)    
498:Approaches to Teaching English as a Second Language/Dialect   (Battenburg)  
499: Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language/Dialect     (Battenburg)

500-level courses &

variable topics courses

fall 2020

topic

(instructor)

winter 2021

topic

(instructor)

spring 2021

topic

(instructor)

501: Techniques of Literary Research (Ruszczycky)    
502: Seminar in Critical Analysis

Literary Criticism [Historical]

(Hampsey)

   
503: Graduate Intro to Linguistics      
505: Composition Theory     (Peters)
506: Pedagogical Approaches to Composition (Helmbrecht)    
510: Seminar in Authors  

 

 
511: Seminar in American Literary Periods

 

Walt Whitman

(Waitinas)

[NOTE: may be offered as

ENGL 449]

 

512: Seminar in British Literary Periods  

 

Romantics

(Hampsey)

513: Seminar in Special Topics

 

Conflicts of Memory

(Donig)

 

515: Apprenticeship: Teaching Lit, Comp, or Linguistics at the College Level      
518: Graduate Technical Communication      
519: Seminar in Rhetoric and Writing      
570: Selected Advanced Topics      
590: Directed Study      
598: Graduate Project     (Hatch)

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