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Offered fall semesters, even years. Offered fall, even years.
ENG-G English Language Sociolinguistics 4 cr A survey course in American and British sociolinguistics, this course investigates the theoretical bases, the major works, and the methodological approaches of current sociolinguistics.
ENG-G Stylistics 4 cr Survey of traditional and linguistic approaches to the study of prose and poetic style. Attention will center on description of the verbal characteristics of texts, what those characteristics reflect about the author, and how they affect the reader.
ENG-D History of the English Language 4cr Survey of the evolution of the English language from its earliest stages to the present, with reference to its external history and to its phonology, morphology, syntax, and vocabulary.
Literature Courses ENG-L Introduction to Drama 3 cr Representative significant plays to acquaint you with characteristics of drama as a type of literature. Readings include plays from several ages and countries.
Novels and short stories from several ages and countries. Topics will vary from semester to semester. Offered fall semester, even years. Works of literature may be used for comparison, but the main emphasis will be on film as a narrative medium and as an important element in American culture.
ENG-L Middle English Literature 3 cr A survey of Middle English lyrics, drama, and romance, with special attention to Langland, The Pearl-poet, and Gover, designed to acquaint the student with the language and literary development of England from to Offered spring semester, even years.
Intended for the English major for those with some literature and writing background.
Offered spring semester, odd years. Offered fall semester, odd years. Poetry, fiction, drama, and non-fiction writings from major and minor authors, such as Austen, Blake, Byron, Coleridge, Scott, the Shelleys, Keats, Wollstonecraft, and the Wordsworths.
ENG-L Victorian Literature 3 cr Major poetry and prose,studies against social and intellectual background of period. ENG-L British Literature Since 3 cr British literature from the twentieth century through the present, including a variety of literary genres.
ENG-L Early American Writing and Culture to 3 cr Examination of a range of literary and cultural communications from the period of exploration and colonization of the Americas through the Revolutionary era.
Special attention paid to the interactions between rhetoric and history, and to religious, scientific, political, racial, and literary discourses.
ENG-L American Fiction to 3 cr Survey of a range of literary fiction in nineteenth-century America, examining a variety of forms including the novel, sketch, short story, as well as modes Gothic, romance, sentimental, adventure.
Attention will be paid to the historical, cultural, and political contexts in which canonical and lesserknown authors wrote. ENG-L 20th Century American Poetry 3 cr Examination of the general trends and important contributions found in the work of major and minor American poets.
The instructor may focus on a particular genre or period.Become a critical reader of predominantly nonfiction works, including expository, argumentative, analytical, and personal texts from various authors and time periods Participate in a roundtable discussion in which you’ll present research and examine key questions on an assigned topic.
AP English Literature and Composition;. Caribbean and Latin American Studies Certificate The certificate in Caribbean and Latin American Studies is awarded to undergraduate students completing multidisciplinary studies of Latin America and the Caribbean in conjunction with an academic major, usually in .
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History Lessons These activities are designed to teach students—especially those preparing for the Multiple Choice and Free-Response Essay Questions in the AP Literature and.