Graduate Courses, 2018-2019

Graduate Courses 2018-2019

Tentative Schedule (Subject to Change)

Fall 2018


Program Requirements

600: Introduction to Graduate Studies (Paul Westover)

630R: Book History (Leslee Thorne-Murphy)

American Literature

629R: American Literature and the Nature of Evil (Dennis Cutchins)

640R: Studies in Folklore: Fairy Tales and Agency in a Media-Saturated Society (Jill Rudy)

British Literature

620R:  The English Renaissance: Continuities in Modern Film (Brandie Siegfried)

621R: Unholy Satire: Lampooning Religion in the Long Eighteenth Century (Brett McInelly)

Rhetoric and Composition

610: Composition Pedagogy (University Writing Directors)

611R: Teaching Advanced Composition (University Writing Directors)

616: Research Methods in Composition (Brian Jackson)

Creative Writing

667R: Creative Nonfiction Workshop (Pat Madden)

668R: Fiction Workshop (John Bennion)

669R: Graduate Poetry Workshop (John Talbot)

 

Winter 2019


Program Requirements

613R: Aesthetics and Poetics of Space (Jon Balzotti)

617R: Creative Writing Theory (Kimberly Johnson)

630R: Image Theory (Ed Cutler)

American Literature

626R: Adaptations Studies: Hitchcock and Poe (Dennis Perry)

629R: African American Literature and the Politics of Home (Kristin Matthews)

British Literature

621R: Being Bookish in Romantic-Era Britain  (Nick Mason)

622R: Modernist Masters: Joyce, Lawrence, Woolf (Jarica Watts)

Rhetoric and Composition

611R: Teaching Advanced Composition (University Writing Directors)

612R: History of Rhetoric (Ben Crosby)

Creative Writing

667R: Creative Nonfiction Workshop (Joey Franklin)

668R: Fiction Workshop (Steve Tuttle)

669R: Poetry Workshop (Kimberly Johnson)

 

Spring 2019


British Literature

620R: Literature and Heresy (Jason Kerr)

American Literature

629R: Transnational Literature (Mike Taylor)

 

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