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Graduate Courses

Graduate Courses in Literature and Rhetoric/Composition

For course times and places, please see the University online schedule.

 

Spring 2015 English Graduate Course Schedule

Monday                

3:30-6:20              735 Studies in African-American Literature, Ferguson (Post-1800)
6:30-9:20              638 Southern American Writers, Romine (Post-1800)

Tuesday

3:30-6:20              717 Studies in Eighteenth-Century British Literature, Keith (Pre-1800)
6:30-9:20              688 Women’s Rhetoric and Feminist Pedagogies, Roskelly (R&C, WGS cross-listed)

Wednesday

3:30-6:20              663 Postcolonial Literary and Cultural Theory, Moore (Theory, WGS cross-listed)
6:30-9:20              742 Studies in Rhetorical Theory and Practice, Chiseri-Strater (R&C, WGS cross-listed)
6:30-9:20              721 Studies in Victorian Literature and Culture, Wallace (Post-1800)

Thursday

6:30-9:20              531 Feminist Theory and Women Writers, Dowd (Pre-1800, Theory, WGS cross-listed)

                                   

Summer 2015: First Session (May 14-June 17)

MTWTh
12:20-2:20           541 Milton, Hodgkins

 

For descriptions of Spring 2015 and Summer 2015 courses, please click here.

For the complete listing of graduate courses offered in the English Department, please see The Graduate Bulletin.

 

PLEASE NOTE: If a graduate course has an enrollment of fewer than 5 students 30 days prior to the first day of classes in a given semester, the Head will contact the faculty instructor and (in consultation with the DGS) take steps to cancel the course and reassign the faculty member, unless there are compelling extenuating circumstances. Faculty members teaching graduate classes who are concerned about their enrollments prior to the 30-day mark may also elect to speak with the Head about the possibility of reassignment. If it is not possible to reassign the faculty member to another course for the semester under consideration, the faculty member and the Head will discuss the possibility of course reassignment for a future semester. Faculty should not over-enroll their courses without first consulting with the Head.

 

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