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Clark University    
 
    
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Courses


 
   •  ENG 020 - Introduction to Literary Analysis
   •  ENG 101 - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  ENG 105 - News Writing
   •  ENG 106 - Creative Writing: Fiction
   •  ENG 107 - Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  ENG 110 - Lyric Architectures: Reading Poetry
   •  ENG 111 - Creative Writing: Nonfiction
   •  ENG 113 - Literature of Baseball
   •  ENG 115 - Speculative Fiction
   •  ENG 116 - The Secret Lives of Books
   •  ENG 118 - Webs and Labyrinths: Introduction to Narrative Theory
   •  ENG 120 - Introduction to Shakespeare
   •  ENG 122 - Terror of the Gothic
   •  ENG 123 - Voicing the Verse: Poetry in Performance
   •  ENG 124 - Devil in the House
   •  ENG 125 - Medical Ethics in Science Fiction
   •  ENG 131 - Border Crossings: Narratives of Travel, Exile, and Immigration
   •  ENG 133 - Women Writers I
   •  ENG 134 - Survey of Women Writers II
   •  ENG 135 - The Short Story
   •  ENG 140 - Major British Writers I
   •  ENG 141 - Major British Writers II
   •  ENG 145 - Fabulae: The Genre of Romance
   •  ENG 146 - The Epic
   •  ENG 148 - Memoirs from the Borderlands
   •  ENG 150 - Introduction to Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 164 - The Gothic
   •  ENG 165 - American Ethnic Writers
   •  ENG 169 - Seeing New Englandly
   •  ENG 180 - Major American Writers I
   •  ENG 181 - Major American Writers II
   •  ENG 182 - African American Literature I
   •  ENG 183 - African American Literature II
   •  ENG 199 - The Text, the World, and the Critic: Narrative and Form
   •  ENG 201 - Peer Learning Assistant
   •  ENG 203 - Creative Writing Genre Study: Hybrid Selves - Using Hybrid Forms to Explore Race, Gender, and Sexuality
   •  ENG 204 - Writing for Modern Media
   •  ENG 205 - Culture and the News
   •  ENG 206 - Writing the Novel I
   •  ENG 207 - Creative Writing: Advanced Fiction
   •  ENG 209 - Writing the Novel II
   •  ENG 211 - Creative Writing: Advanced Poetry
   •  ENG 214 - Creative Writing Capstone: Multi-genre Advanced Workshop
   •  ENG 215 - Language and Culture in the United States
   •  ENG 222 - Black Political Literary Movements of the 20th Century
   •  ENG 225 - American Print Culture 1700-1900
   •  ENG 227 - The Book in the Early Modern World
   •  ENG 232 - Modernist Literature
   •  ENG 238 - Contemporary Latino/a Literature
   •  ENG 243 - Literary Theory & Global Culture
   •  ENG 245 - Mythopoetics
   •  ENG 248 - Contemporary Literary Theory
   •  ENG 249 - Signs and Crossroads: Semiotic Theory and Practice
   •  ENG 250 - Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 251 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 252 - Cultural Discourses of Advertising
   •  ENG 253 - Advanced Studies in Shakespeare
   •  ENG 255 - Studies in the Renaissance
   •  ENG 260 - Making Gender through the Eighteenth-Century Novel
   •  ENG 261 - Gender and Genre in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel
   •  ENG 262 - Special Topics in 19th-Century British Literature
   •  ENG 263 - Traumatic Tales: British Romantic Literature and Nationhood
   •  ENG 275 - Fictions of Empire: Studies in Global English Literature
   •  ENG 276 - Ethnic America: Literature, Theory, Politics
   •  ENG 279 - Fictions of Asian America
   •  ENG 280 - Studies in Contemporary Fiction: Literary Speculations
   •  ENG 281 - Special Topics in 19th-C American Literature
   •  ENG 284 - Special Topics in 17th- and 18th-Century American Literature
   •  ENG 285 - Topics in Seventeenth-Century Literature
   •  ENG 290 - Capstone
   •  ENG 293 - Special Topics in African American Literature
   •  ENG 294 - History of the English Language
   •  ENG 297 - Honors in English Senior Year
   •  ENG 298 - Internships
   •  ENG 299 - Directed Study
   •  ENG 300 - Pedagogy I
   •  ENG 301 - Pedagogy II
   •  ENG 302 - Pedagogy III
   •  ENG 303 - Pedagogy IV
   •  ENG 322 - Black Political Literary Movements of the 20th Century
   •  ENG 325 - American Print Culture, 1700-1900
   •  ENG 327 - The Book in the Early Modern World
   •  ENG 332 - Modernist Literature
   •  ENG 338 - Contemporary Latino/a Literature
   •  ENG 340 - Introduction to Graduate Study in English
   •  ENG 342 - Graduate Seminar: Special Topics
   •  ENG 343 - Literary Theory & Global Culture
   •  ENG 345 - Mythopoetics
   •  ENG 348 - Contemporary Literary Theory
   •  ENG 349 - Signs and Crossroads: Semiotic Theory and Practice
   •  ENG 350 - Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 351 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 353 - Advanced Studies in Shakespeare
   •  ENG 355 - Studies in the Renaissance
   •  ENG 360 - Making Gender through the Eighteenth-Century Novel
   •  ENG 361 - Gender and Genre in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel
   •  ENG 362 - Special Topics in 19th-Century British Literature
   •  ENG 363 - Traumatic Tales: British Romantic Literature and Nationhood
   •  ENG 375 - Fictions of Empire: Studies in Global English Literature
   •  ENG 376 - Ethnic America: Literature, Theory, Politics
 

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