Graduate Courses, 2019-20

Tentative Schedule (subject to change)

Fall 2019

English 600:     Introduction to Graduate Studies (Paul Westover)

English 610:     Composition Pedagogy (Jon Ostenson; Amy Williams)

English 611R:     Studies in Teaching Advanced Composition (Pat Madden)

English 612R:     History of Rhetoric (Greg Clark)

English 620R:     Seminar in British Literature before 1660: Otherness and the Middle Ages (Miranda Wilcox)

English 626R:     Seminar in American Literature before 1865: Early American Bestsellers (Mary Eyring)

English 628R:     Seminar in American Literature 1914-Present: Memory, Nostalgia, and Trauma in Contemporary American Lit. (Trent Hickman)

English 629R:     Seminar in Transnational Literature: Nation and Migration, Odysseys and Exile (Aaron Eastley)

English 630R:     Theoretical Discourse: Intro to Digital Methods for Teaching and Scholarship (Billy Hall)

English 667R:     Creative Nonfiction Workshop (Pat Madden)

English 668R:     Fiction Workshop (John Bennion)

English 669R:     Poetry Workshop (Lance Larsen)

English 699R:     Master’s Thesis (Paul Westover)

 

Winter 2020

English 520R:     Studies in Theme and Form: Poetic Meter in the British Imagination (John Talbot)

English 611R:     Studies in Teaching Advanced Composition (Pat Madden)

English 613R:     Rhetorical Theory and Criticism (Nancy Christiansen)

English 616R:     Research in Rhetoric and Composition (David Stock)

English 617R:     Creative Writing Theory (Joey Franklin)

English 621R/622R: British Romanticism and the Victorians (Paul Westover)

English 628R:     Seminar in American Literature 1914-Present: Borderwaters of American Literature (Brian Roberts)

English 629R:     Seminar in Transnational Literature: Translation Studies and Literatures in English (Emron Esplin)

English 630R:     Theoretical Discourse: Literary Soundscapes (Juliana Chapman)

English 667R:     Creative Nonfiction Workshop (Joey Franklin)

English 668R:     Fiction Workshop (Spencer Hyde)

English 669R:     Poetry Workshop (Michael Lavers)

English 670R:     Young Adult Novel Workshop (Chris Crowe)

English 699R:     Master’s Thesis (Paul Westover)

 

Spring 2020

English 614R:     Contemporary Political Rhetoric (Brian Jackson)

English 699R:     Master’s Thesis (Paul Westover)

 

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