This is a list of English courses. For more information, see English.

ENGL:1000 First-Year Seminar1 s.h.

Small discussion class taught by a faculty member; topics chosen by instructor; may include outside activities (e.g., films, lectures, performances, readings, visits to research facilities). Requirements: first- or second-semester standing.

ENGL:1001 CLAS Master Class1-3 s.h.

Exploration of a single topic in a series of lectures by faculty presenting divergent perspectives; illuminates intellectual adventure inherent in liberal arts and sciences; encourages discovery of majors and other areas of study within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Same as ARTS:1001, BIOC:1001, CLAS:1001, CS:1001, CSD:1001, HIST:1001, PHIL:1001, RELS:1010, THTR:1001.

ENGL:1100 City of Literature3 s.h.

Literary history of Iowa City from the founding of Writers' Workshop to its designation as a UNESCO City of Literature.

ENGL:1150 Flashwrite: Young Writers, No Borders1 s.h.

Opportunity for aspiring writers to engage in the study and practice of poetry and prose under the guidance of University of Iowa faculty.

ENGL:1200 The Interpretation of Literature3 s.h.

Ways of reading; focus on reader, text, contexts; poetry, short fiction, drama, novels. GE: Interpretation of Literature.

ENGL:1320 Heroes and Villains3 s.h.

Heroes, heroines, and villains as products of the imagination; literary representations of heroes, heroines, and villains in varied social and historical situations; how their representation shapes our understanding of heroism and of villainy. Prerequisites: ENGL:1200. Requirements: successful completion of the rhetoric requirement and then ENGL:1200. Recommendations: closed to students who have taken ENGL:1325. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

ENGL:1325 Comic and Tragic Literature3 s.h.

Interrelations of comic and tragic literature, including film and other popular media, and their connection with human experience; comic and tragic forms and their uses in different social and historical situations. Prerequisites: ENGL:1200. Requirements: successful completion of the rhetoric requirement and then ENGL:1200. Recommendations: closed to students who have taken ENGL:1320. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

ENGL:1330 The Art of Storytelling3 s.h.

Selected masterpieces and recent developments in the art of storytelling in poetry and prose. Prerequisites: ENGL:1200. Requirements: successful completion of the rhetoric requirement and then ENGL:1200. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

ENGL:1345 American Lives3 s.h.

Major works of American literature. Prerequisites: ENGL:1200. Requirements: successful completion of the rhetoric requirement and then ENGL:1200. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

ENGL:1350 Literature and Sexualities3 s.h.

Works from various genres, time periods, cultures that reflect and construct a wide range of sexual identities. Prerequisites: ENGL:1200. Requirements: successful completion of the rhetoric requirement and then ENGL:1200. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

ENGL:1355 Literatures of Native American Peoples3 s.h.

Genres of Native American literature, including oral literature; focus on written literature (fiction, essays, poetry, drama). Prerequisites: ENGL:1200. Requirements: successful completion of the rhetoric requirement and then ENGL:1200. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts; Values and Culture. Same as AINS:1355.

ENGL:1410 Sex and Popular Culture in the Postwar U.S.3 s.h.

Critical and historical introduction to representation of human sexuality in American popular culture from World War II to the present. GE: Values and Culture. Same as AMST:1060, GWSS:1060.

ENGL:1420 Technologies and Literatures of the Future3 s.h.

Introduction to discourses of futurology; dramatic advances in machine intelligence, promise of nanotechnology, and future of biological research that have blurred long-held distinctions between science and science fiction; issues and controversies prominent in this futurological discourse. GE: Values and Culture.

ENGL:2010 Foundation of the English Major: Histories, Literatures, Pleasures3 s.h.

History and practice of English as a discipline; four central aspects of literary study.

ENGL:2012 Reading and Writing About the Novel3 s.h.

Introduction to literary genre that teaches close reading, analytical writing, and literary criticism. English majors may apply this course to the Reading and Writing About a Genre requirement.

ENGL:2013 Reading and Writing About Poetry3 s.h.

Introduction to literary genre that teaches close reading, analytical writing, and literary criticism. English majors may apply this course to the Reading and Writing About a Genre requirement.

ENGL:2014 Reading and Writing About the Short Story3 s.h.

Introduction to literary genre that teaches close reading, analytical writing, and literary criticism. English majors may apply this course to the Reading and Writing About a Genre requirement.

ENGL:2015 Reading and Writing About Drama3 s.h.

Introduction to literary genre that teaches close reading, analytical writing, and literary criticism. English majors may apply this course to the Reading and Writing About a Genre requirement.

ENGL:2016 Reading and Writing About the Essay3 s.h.

Introduction to literary genre that teaches close reading, analytical writing, and literary criticism. English majors may apply this course to the Reading and Writing About a Genre requirement.

ENGL:2020 Foundations of Creative Writing: Craft, Practice, Pleasure3 s.h.

Introduction to discipline of creative writing: fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction.

ENGL:2030 Literary Readings Attendance1 s.h.

Attendance at diverse literary readings and scholarly presentations on the University of Iowa campus and in Iowa City, featuring visiting, local, and University of Iowa writers and scholars.

ENGL:2040 English at Work1 s.h.

What can be done with an English degree; knowledge and skills gained as an English major that are in high demand among a wide variety of employers; important steps taken as a student that translate unique career dreams into reality; work with Pomerantz Career Center staff.

ENGL:2080 English Winter Practicum2 s.h.

ENGL:2100 Introduction to Criticism and Theory3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2105 Disability in Literature and Cultural Theory3 s.h.

Introduction to disability studies; examination of disability in cultural and literary contexts; core course for the Certificate in Disability Studies. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2120 Introduction to Cultural Studies3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2130 Introduction to the Novel3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:2140 Introduction to Poetry3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:2150 Introduction to the Short Story3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2160 Introduction to Drama3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2170 Introduction to the Essay3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2191 Modern Fiction3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2192 Postmodern Fiction3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2193 Literature, Culture, and Women3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester. Same as GWSS:2193.

ENGL:2194 Lyric Structures3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2206 Classical and Biblical Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:2216 Selected Works of the Middle Ages3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:2236 Selected Early Authors3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:2309 Selected British Authors Before 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:2310 Selected British Authors After 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply the following course to the area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2329 Topics in Modern British Literature Before 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:2330 Topics in Modern British Literature After 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2338 Eighteenth-Century British Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:2348 British Romanticism3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:2359 Victorian Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:2360 Twentieth-Century British Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2361 Twenty-first-Century British Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2369 Topics in British Culture and Identity3 s.h.

How culture and identity of British society are created and reflected through literature and other discursive systems; focus on a specific topic and area. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:2409 Selected American Authors Before 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:2410 Selected American Authors After 19002-3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2420 American Literary Classics3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:2425 American Poetry3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:2438 American Novel Before 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:2440 American Novel After 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2450 American Short Story3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:2460 Black Literature and Politics: Controversies of National Allegiance3 s.h.

Black literature born amid political controversy, from slave narratives to award-winning texts of late 20th century; evolving politics of African American writers; changing political landscape of this expansive period and representative literature; how African American writers shape U.S. political debate; surprising politics of many canonical African American writers. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester. Same as AFAM:2781, POLI:2107.

ENGL:2462 The Look of Blackness: African American Literature and Visual Art3 s.h.

Examination of African American literature over a 200-year span; how preoccupation with blackness as a visual marker of difference impacts formation of written works; how black writers wield, emphasize, and manipulate visuality; blackness foregrounded as if literary texts operate in league with, or in defiance of, visual images circulating throughout American culture, from late 18th-century poetry to mid 20th-century novels; primary texts placed alongside high art and popular visual forms of distinct historical moments to explore how black American writers deploy visual art forms in narrative conceptions of black identity. Same as AFAM:2055.

ENGL:2463 Topics in African American Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2465 Selected African American Authors3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as AFAM:2465.

ENGL:2475 Topics in Asian American Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2505 Introduction to Postcolonial Studies3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2510 Selected Transnational Authors3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:2560 Topics in Culture and Identity3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:2570 Love, War, Activism: Stories About Women from Across the World3 s.h.

Literary and cinematic representations of gender in works by authors and directors from the Global South; development of historical and cultural lines of inquiry to examine artistic representations of love, sexuality, friendship, and parenting; shifts in gender identities and relations that result from social and political crises. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as GWSS:2500, SJUS:2500.

ENGL:2900 Book Design for Publishing3 s.h.

Introduction to the major aspects of book design, including typography, layout, standard industry software, discussion of trends in the field. Same as ARTS:2900, UICB:2900, WRIT:2900.

ENGL:3010 Children's Literature3 s.h.

Classic children's literature and contemporary critical approaches to the genre. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies, or Modern British Literature. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3100 Topics in Criticism and Theory3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3102 Topics in Poetry and Poetics3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3105 Topics in Popular Culture3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3107 Literature and Anthropology3 s.h.

Topics vary. Same as ANTH:3107, CL:3107.

ENGL:3120 Prose by Women Writers3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester. Same as GWSS:3120.

ENGL:3130 Topics in Film and Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3135 Narrative and the Cinema3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3140 Literature and the Book3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester. Same as UICB:3140.

ENGL:3142 Topics in Book History3 s.h.

Authorship, publishing, and so forth within specific historical and cultural contexts. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester. Same as UICB:3142.

ENGL:3145 The Contemporary Literary Magazine and Editorial Practice3 s.h.

Focus on literary magazines of the current era, including engagement with editorial practice. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3150 Literature and Philosophic Thought3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3152 Literature and Society3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as CL:3379.

ENGL:3155 Literature and Art3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester. Same as CL:3277.

ENGL:3160 Literary Genres and Modes3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3165 Literature and the Environment3 s.h.

Literary studies within the contexts of environmental history and ecological concerns. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century, or 18th/19th-Century Literature, or 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3173 Gender, Sexuality, and Literature3 s.h.

Representations of gender, class, and sexuality in British, American, or postcolonial literature. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as GWSS:3173.

ENGL:3180 Topics in Digital Media3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as THTR:3180.

ENGL:3181 Digital Media and Poetics3 s.h.

Theory and practice of one or more varieties of digital composition; digital art analyzed and created in specific forms—radio drama, interactive fiction, procedural and constructivist poetics. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3182 Digital Cultures and Literacies3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3186 Science Fiction3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3190 Language and Learning2-3 s.h.

How language reflects and constructs learners' identities and cultures; readings related to oral and written language, native and second language development, linguistic diversity; discussion of the relationship of language theory to schools of language instruction. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. Same as EDTL:3382.

ENGL:3191 Reading and Teaching Adolescent Literature3 s.h.

Reading and evaluation of literature suitable for junior and senior high school students. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. Same as EDTL:3393.

ENGL:3216 Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3226 Literature and Culture of the Middle Ages3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century. Same as MDVL:3226.

ENGL:3228 Literature and Culture of the Restoration3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3236 Literature and the Culture of the Renaissance3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3237 Literature and Culture of Seventeenth-Century England3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3246 16th- and 17th-Century Poetry3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3247 The English Bible3 s.h.

Study of the Hebrew Bible and Christian New Testament; students become familiar with its legacies in English language and literature. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3256 Elementary Old English3 s.h.

Reading knowledge of Old English; introduction to Anglo-Saxon literature and culture. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3257 Old English Beowulf3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3266 Medieval Celtic Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3267 Medieval Norse Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3276 Medieval Drama3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century. Same as THTR:3276.

ENGL:3277 English Renaissance Drama3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century. Same as THTR:3277.

ENGL:3286 Chaucer3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3287 Shakespeare3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3288 Shakespeare's Romans: The Ancient World Meets the Elizabethan Stagearr.

London was a distant outpost of the Roman empire, but the Romans had an outsized influence on Shakespeare's plays and poems; students explore those works and their sources in classical authors, including Ovid and Plutarch. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century. Same as CLSA:3288.

ENGL:3296 Milton3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century.

ENGL:3320 Modern British Drama3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3329 Literature and Culture of Eighteenth-Century Britain3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:3338 Literature and Culture of the Romantic Period3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:3339 Literature and Culture of Nineteenth-Century Britain3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:3348 Literature and Culture of Nineteenth-Century Scotland3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:3350 Literature and Culture of 20th- and 21st-Century Britain3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3355 British Poetry3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3360 British Fiction3 s.h.

British fiction written since 1700. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3418 Literature and Culture of America Before 18003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:3419 Literature and Culture of Nineteenth-Century America3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:3420 Literature and the Culture of Twentieth-Century America3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3429 Topics in American Literature Before 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:3430 Topics in American Literature After 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3431 American Novel Since 19453 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3439 American Drama Before 19003 s.h.

American playwrights and plays before 1900. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature.

ENGL:3440 American Drama Since 19003 s.h.

American playwrights and plays after 1900. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as THTR:3440.

ENGL:3441 Native American Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as AINS:3441.

ENGL:3444 Literatures of the American Peoples3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3450 American Regional Literatures3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3455 Jewish American Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3459 African American Literature Before 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature. Same as AFAM:3459.

ENGL:3460 African American Literature After 19003 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as AFAM:3460.

ENGL:3462 African American Drama3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Varies by semester. Same as AFAM:3462, THTR:3462.

ENGL:3465 African American Autobiography3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as AFAM:3465.

ENGL:3470 Gender, Sexuality, and American Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3489 Contemporary American Women Writers3 s.h.

Interdisciplinary study of contemporary American women writers whose works depict the shaping force of race, class, gender, and sexuality on individuals, families, and communities.

ENGL:3510 Topics in Transnational Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3515 Topics in Postcolonial Studies3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3519 Literature and Culture of Empire3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3520 Literature and Culture of the 20th and 21st Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3525 Literature and Culture of the Americas3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3530 Caribbean Literature and Culture3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3532 Modernist Women Writers3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3535 Inter-American Studies3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as LAS:3535.

ENGL:3540 Literature of the Indian Subcontinent3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3550 African Literature3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as AFAM:3550.

ENGL:3555 Topics in African Cinema3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as AFAM:3555.

ENGL:3570 Transnational and Postcolonial Writing by Women3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as CL:3570, GWSS:3570.

ENGL:3580 Identity and Social Issues3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester.

ENGL:3590 People on the Move3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:3595 International Literature Today1,3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as IWP:3191, WLLC:3191.

ENGL:3721 Writers' Seminar: Fiction3 s.h.

In-depth exploration and analysis of creative works in fiction. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:3722 Writers' Seminar: Poetry3 s.h.

In-depth exploration and analysis of creative works in poetry. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:3723 Writers' Seminar: Nonfiction3 s.h.

Rigorous exploration and analysis of a range of nonfiction creative works. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:3724 Writers' Seminar: Literary Translation3 s.h.

Rigorous exploration and analysis of a range of creative works in literary translation. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:3725 Writers' Seminar: Playwriting3 s.h.

Rigorous exploration and analysis of a range of creative works in drama. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:3820 Writing About Girls3 s.h.

Examination of a wide range of critical and creative works by contemporary women writers on girlhood; common use of the word "girls" to describe adult women; representations of girls in film and television; role of media in sexualization of girls; impact of gender, race, and class in girls' lives; nature of girls' relationships with one another; ways in which girlhood traumas can continue into adult life; contemporary issues of body image and sexuality (e.g., pressures to be thin, disparagement of sexually active girl as "slut"); poverty, hunger, and homelessness; resistance and rebellion. Same as GWSS:3450.

ENGL:3850 Undergraduate Translation Workshop3 s.h.

Translation exercises, discussion of translation works in progress; alternative strategies for translation projects. Same as CL:3179, CLSA:3979, TRNS:3179.

ENGL:4000 English Honors Seminar3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to varied area and/or period requirements. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4001 Honors Seminar: American Literature, 20th/21st Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st Century Literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4002 Honors Seminar: British Literature, 20th/21st Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st Century Literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4003 Honors Seminar: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies, 20th/21st Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st Century Literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4004 Honors Seminar: Transnational and Postcolonial Literature, 20th/21st Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4005 Honors Seminar: American Literature, 18th/19th Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4006 Honors Seminar: British Literature, 18th/19th Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Modern British Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4007 Honors Seminar: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies, 18th/19th Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4008 Honors Seminar: Transnational and Postcolonial Literature, 18th/19th Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 18th/19th-Century Literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4009 Honors Seminar: Medieval and Early Modern Literature, Early Literature/17th Century3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture. PERIOD: Early Literatures Through 17th Century. Requirements: undergraduate standing and English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4010 Special Project for Undergraduatesarr.

ENGL:4020 Honors Thesis Workshop3 s.h.

Requirements: English major g.p.a. of 3.33.

ENGL:4040 Undergraduate Honors Project1-3 s.h.

Requirements: admission to English honors program.

ENGL:4150 Introduction to Book Studies3 s.h.

Theory and practice of book studies; meanings of word and image in the book format; comparative study of other media, applied study of the codex as physical artifact. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: Varies by semester. Same as SLIS:4150, UICB:4150.

ENGL:4172 London Performance Study3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as THTR:4630.

ENGL:4195 Interdisciplinary Studies3 s.h.

Exploration of how readings of theory can be evaluated through discussions and readings in literature. English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Literary Theory and Interdisciplinary Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature.

ENGL:4410 Midwest African American Literature and Culture3 s.h.

English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: American Literature and Culture. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as AFAM:4710.

ENGL:4720 Advanced Creative Writing: Special Topics3 s.h.

Advanced writing and reading for undergraduate creative writing track; topics vary. Prerequisites: ENGL:2010 and ENGL:2020. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:4721 Advanced Writers’ Seminar: Fiction3 s.h.

In-depth exploration and analysis of creative works in fiction. Prerequisites: ENGL:2010 and ENGL:2020. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:4722 Advanced Writers’ Seminar: Poetry3 s.h.

In-depth exploration and analysis of creative works in poetry. Prerequisites: ENGL:2010 and ENGL:2020. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:4723 Advanced Writers’ Seminar: Nonfiction3 s.h.

In-depth exploration and analysis of creative works in nonfiction. Prerequisites: ENGL:2010 and ENGL:2020. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:4724 Advanced Writers' Seminar: Literary Translation3 s.h.

Rigorous exploration and analysis of a range of creative works in literary translation. Prerequisites: ENGL:2010 and ENGL:2020. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:4725 Advanced Writers' Seminar: Playwriting3 s.h.

Rigorous exploration and analysis of a range of creative works in drama. Prerequisites: ENGL:2010 and ENGL:2020. Requirements: English major, admission to Undergraduate Creative Writing track, or English and Creative Writing major.

ENGL:4810 Learning to Teach Secondary English/Language Arts and Field Experience3 s.h.

Organizational techniques, methods, materials for teaching high school English; experience in simulated teaching situations during laboratory sessions, integrated with lectures and discussions. Prerequisites: EDTL:4314. Same as EDTL:4315.

ENGL:5000 Introduction to Graduate Study1 s.h.

ENGL:5050 Professional Development Practicum1 s.h.

Navigation of academic job market and exploration of professional development and career planning; writing cover letters, curriculum vitaes, dissertation abstracts, and teaching statements; application strategies for various jobs in research, liberal arts, community colleges, and outside academia; opportunity to practice interviews and other hands-on coaching; for advanced English department Ph.D., M.A., and M.F.A. students.

ENGL:5990 M.A. Portfolio in Literary Studiesarr.

ENGL:5999 M.A. Thesis in Literary Studiesarr.

ENGL:6000 Introduction to Contemporary Theory3 s.h.

ENGL:6020 Literature as Letters3 s.h.

ENGL:6030 Gender, Sexuality, and Literature3 s.h.

Representations of gender, class, race, and sexuality in British, American, or Anglophonic/world literatures; role of gender in its intersection with class, race, and sexuality in authorship, text, print cultures, reading, aesthetics, criticism, theory, and the literary marketplace.

ENGL:6060 Modes of Critical Analysis3 s.h.

Critical practice applicable to English language and literature.

ENGL:6075 Sentimentalism and Affect Theory3 s.h.

Readings in sentimentalism as literary genre, rhetorical practice, cultural mode, and psychosocial phenomenon; focus on attendant theories of affect; integration of literature and culture with work on politics of affect in postcolonial and transnational studies, critical race and ethnic studies, American studies, gender and sexuality studies. Same as RHET:6071.

ENGL:6080 New Media Poetics3 s.h.

ENGL:6090 Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies3 s.h.

Interdisciplinary approaches to literature and culture.

ENGL:6100 Readings in Medieval Literature and Culture3 s.h.

ENGL:6104 Literature for Children II3 s.h.

Current theory, research, and practice in reading and responding to children's literature; genre and topic vary. Same as EDTL:6104.

ENGL:6110 Medieval Authors3 s.h.

ENGL:6200 Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Authors3 s.h.

ENGL:6210 Readings in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Genres3 s.h.

ENGL:6220 Shakespeare3 s.h.

ENGL:6300 Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature3 s.h.

ENGL:6315 M.A. Seminar: English Educationarr.

Significant developments in English education; primary and collateral readings. Same as EDTL:6315.

ENGL:6400 Romantic Literature3 s.h.

Same as CL:6323.

ENGL:6500 Victorian Literature3 s.h.

ENGL:6510 Late Victorian and Edwardian Literature3 s.h.

ENGL:6601 Readings in American Literature3 s.h.

American literature of the 18th century.

ENGL:6602 Readings in American Literature II3 s.h.

Nineteenth-century American literature.

ENGL:6603 Readings in American Literature III3 s.h.

Twentieth- and twenty-first-century American literature.

ENGL:6610 Studies in African American Literature3 s.h.

ENGL:6620 Readings in Native American Literatures3 s.h.

Same as AINS:6620.

ENGL:6630 Readings in Latina/o Literary and Cultural Studies3 s.h.

Survey of Latina/o literature and criticism to prepare for comprehensive exam; organized by thematic units that stress canonical and emerging research areas in Latina/o literary and cultural studies.

ENGL:6640 Readings in American Literary Genres3 s.h.

ENGL:6670 American Literary Magazines3 s.h.

Aspects of American literary magazines, from city journals to monthly periodicals, historical moment to marketplace demand.

ENGL:6720 Twentieth-Century Literatures3 s.h.

Literatures of 20th century; varied topics (e.g., transnational approach, focus on particular theme, genre, or critical perspective).

ENGL:6730 Modernist Studies3 s.h.

ENGL:6760 Topics in Contemporary Literature3 s.h.

ENGL:6765 Literature, Culture, and Environment3 s.h.

Introduction to theories and practices articulating relationship among literature, other cultural production, and environmental issues.

ENGL:6770 Writing and Revolution3 s.h.

ENGL:6800 Readings in Postcolonial Literature and Theory3 s.h.

Introduction to central concerns and questions of postcolonial theory; impact of imperial ideologies on formation of racial and ethnic identities; nationalist and pan-nationalist challenges to colonialism; postcolonial revisions of Western history; representations of gender and sexuality; diasporic and transnational cultural production; alternative versions of modernity; relationship between past and contemporary forms of globalization.

ENGL:6850 Topics in Creative Writing3 s.h.

Engagement with different topics in creative writing.

ENGL:6900 Doctoral Workshop in English1-2 s.h.

ENGL:6950 Colloquium: Teaching Foundations of the English Major1 s.h.

ENGL:6960 Colloquium: Teaching Literature2 s.h.

Professional development program for new ENGL:1200 teachers, including three-day pre-semester workshop.

ENGL:7000 Seminar: Cultural Studiesarr.

ENGL:7010 Seminar: Literary Criticism and Theory3 s.h.

Analysis of issues in current literary criticism and theory and of texts from related fields, such as aesthetics, cultural studies, political science, psychology, and philosophy.

ENGL:7050 Seminar: Performance Theory and Practice3 s.h.

Foundational and recent work in interdisciplinary field of performance studies; focus on intersections of performance theory and theater and drama studies; production and reception of visual and participatory art, dance, music, and various forms of embodied activity.

ENGL:7100 Seminar: Medieval Literature and Culturearr.

Same as CL:7302.

ENGL:7200 Seminar: Early Modern Literature and Culturearr.

Same as CL:7307.

ENGL:7300 Seminar: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literaturearr.

ENGL:7400 Seminar: Romantic Literaturesarr.

ENGL:7500 Seminar: Victorian Literaturearr.

ENGL:7560 Seminar: Walt Whitman3 s.h.

Walt Whitman's writings and career.

ENGL:7600 Seminar: American Literature and Culturearr.

ENGL:7700 Seminar: Studies in the 20th and 21st Centuryarr.

ENGL:7800 Seminar: Postcolonial Studies3 s.h.

Same as CL:7054.

ENGL:7900 Advanced Studies in an Authorarr.

ENGL:7910 Advanced Studies in a Literary Periodarr.

ENGL:7920 Advanced Studies in a Literary Formarr.

ENGL:7930 Advanced Studies in a Literary Genrearr.

ENGL:7940 Advanced Studies in a Literary Modearr.

ENGL:7950 Advanced Studies in a Literary Movementarr.

ENGL:7960 Advanced Studies in a Literary Themearr.

ENGL:7970 Advanced Studies in Literary Criticismarr.

ENGL:7980 Advanced Studies in an Interdisciplinary Subjectarr.

ENGL:7990 Special Project for Graduate Studentsarr.

ENGL:7999 Ph.D. Thesisarr.