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ENAM0103A-S12

CRN: 20807

Reading Literature

Reading Literature
This course seeks to develop skills for the close reading of literature through discussion of and writing about selected poems, plays, and short stories. A basic vocabulary of literary terms and an introductory palette of critical methods will also be covered, and the course's ultimate goal will be to enable students to attain the literary-critical sensibility vital to further course work in the major. At the instructor's discretion, the texts employed in this class may share a particular thematic concern or historical kinship. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0103B-S12

CRN: 20808

Reading Literature

Reading Literature
This course seeks to develop skills for the close reading of literature through discussion of and writing about selected poems, plays, and short stories. A basic vocabulary of literary terms and an introductory palette of critical methods will also be covered, and the course's ultimate goal will be to enable students to attain the literary-critical sensibility vital to further course work in the major. At the instructor's discretion, the texts employed in this class may share a particular thematic concern or historical kinship. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0103C-S12

CRN: 20809

Reading Literature

Reading Literature
This course seeks to develop skills for the close reading of literature through discussion of and writing about selected poems, plays, and short stories. A basic vocabulary of literary terms and an introductory palette of critical methods will also be covered, and the course's ultimate goal will be to enable students to attain the literary-critical sensibility vital to further course work in the major. At the instructor's discretion, the texts employed in this class may share a particular thematic concern or historical kinship. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0103D-S12

CRN: 22121

Reading Literature

Reading Literature
This course seeks to develop skills for the close reading of literature through discussion of and writing about selected poems, plays, and short stories. A basic vocabulary of literary terms and an introductory palette of critical methods will also be covered, and the course's ultimate goal will be to enable students to attain the literary-critical sensibility vital to further course work in the major. At the instructor's discretion, the texts employed in this class may share a particular thematic concern or historical kinship. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0114A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
WAGS0114A-S12

CRN: 22122

Reading Women's Writing

Reading Women's Writing
Why and how do women write? Does literary history reveal distinctive styles, patterns, and continuities in the works of female authors? We will begin to address these questions through our close reading of a wide variety of women's literature in English, including poetry, fiction, essays, and drama from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries. Secondary readings will reflect on the concept of gender as a central organizing principle. Employing various methods of literary analysis, the course will address issues of interest to students in a wide range of disciplines, including philosophy, psychology, and history, as well as literature. 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. disc.

ENAM0170A-S12

CRN: 20025

Writing: Poetry, Fiction, NonF

Writing: Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction
An introduction to the writing of poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction through analysis of writings by modern and contemporary poets and prose writers and regular discussion of student writing. Different instructors may choose to emphasize one literary form or another in a given semester. Workshops will focus on composition and revision, with particular attention to the basics of form and craft. This course is a prerequisite to ENAM 0380, ENAM 0385, ENAM 0370, and ENAM 0375. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0170B-S12

CRN: 20026

Writing: Poetry, Fiction, NonF

Writing: Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction
An introduction to the writing of poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction through analysis of writings by modern and contemporary poets and prose writers and regular discussion of student writing. Different instructors may choose to emphasize one literary form or another in a given semester. Workshops will focus on composition and revision, with particular attention to the basics of form and craft. This course is a prerequisite to ENAM 0380, ENAM 0385, ENAM 0370, and ENAM 0375. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0170C-S12

CRN: 21216

Writing: Poetry, Fiction, NonF

Writing: Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction
An introduction to the writing of poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction through analysis of writings by modern and contemporary poets and prose writers and regular discussion of student writing. Different instructors may choose to emphasize one literary form or another in a given semester. Workshops will focus on composition and revision, with particular attention to the basics of form and craft. This course is a prerequisite to ENAM 0380, ENAM 0385, ENAM 0370, and ENAM 0375. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0172A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
WAGS0172A-S12

CRN: 22171

Writing Gender and Sexuality

Writing Gender and Sexuality
In this course we will analyze and produce writing that focuses on expressions of gender and sexuality. Readings will include work by Collette, Baldwin, Leavitt, Powell, Tea, Claire, and others. Students will draft and revise creative non-fiction and fiction with some attention to poetry. During class we will discuss form, craft, and the writing process; experiment with writing exercises; and critique student work in writing workshops. Each student will meet with the instructor a minimum of three times and produce a portfolio of 20 revised pages. (This course is a prerequisite to ENAM 0370, 0375, 0380, or 0385).

ENAM0175A-S12

CRN: 22321

Structure of Poetry

The Structure of Poetry
This course is a workshop for beginning students in the field of creative writing. Students will read a selection of poems each week and write their own poems, producing a portfolio of their work at the end of the term. There will be an emphasis on revision. Students will be introduced to a range of forms as well, including prose poems, epistles, the tanka, the long poem, and the sonnet.

ENAM0180A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
RELI0180A-S12

CRN: 22162

Intro to Biblical Literature
Please register via RELI 0180A

An Introduction to Biblical Literature
This course is a general introduction to biblical history, literature, and interpretation. It aims to acquaint students with the major characters, narratives, and poetry of the Jewish and Christian scriptures, with special emphasis on the ways scripture has been used and interpreted in Western culture. Students interested in more detailed analysis of the material should enroll in RELI 0280 and RELI 0281. 3 hrs. lect., 1 hr. disc.

ENAM0180X-S12

Cross-Listed As:
RELI0180X-S12

CRN: 22290

Intro to Biblical Literature
Please register via RELI 0180X

An Introduction to Biblical Literature
This course is a general introduction to biblical history, literature, and interpretation. It aims to acquaint students with the major characters, narratives, and poetry of the Jewish and Christian scriptures, with special emphasis on the ways scripture has been used and interpreted in Western culture. Students interested in more detailed analysis of the material should enroll in RELI 0280 and RELI 0281. 3 hrs. lect., 1 hr. disc.

ENAM0180Y-S12

Cross-Listed As:
RELI0180Y-S12

CRN: 22291

Intro to Biblical Literature
Please register via RELI 0180Y

An Introduction to Biblical Literature
This course is a general introduction to biblical history, literature, and interpretation. It aims to acquaint students with the major characters, narratives, and poetry of the Jewish and Christian scriptures, with special emphasis on the ways scripture has been used and interpreted in Western culture. Students interested in more detailed analysis of the material should enroll in RELI 0280 and RELI 0281. 3 hrs. lect., 1 hr. disc.

ENAM0202A-S12

CRN: 22123

British Lit. & Culture II

British Literature and Culture II (1700-Present): Home and Away
This course introduces the extraordinary diversity and complexity of British literature from 1700 to the present. We will read seminal works of poetry, fiction, and drama from this period, focusing our attention on key issues such as national identity, stylistic revolution, canon formation, sexual politics, and the representation of cultural otherness. We will trace changes and continuity in this rich literary tradition and discuss literature's relation to key social and historical developments. Writers to be studied include Swift, Austen, the Romantic poets, the Brontës, Tennyson, Browning, Wilde, Yeats, Eliot, Woolf, Roy and Stoppard. For majors and non-majors. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0204A-S12

CRN: 20028

Foundations of English Lit.

Foundations of English Literature (Pre-1800)
Students will study Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and Milton's Paradise Lost, as well as other foundational works of English literature that may include Shakespeare, non-Shakespearean Elizabethan drama, the poetry of Donne, and other 16th and 17th century poetry. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0204B-S12

CRN: 21347

Foundations of English Lit.

Foundations of English Literature (Pre-1800)
Students will study Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and Milton's Paradise Lost, as well as other foundational works of English literature that may include Shakespeare, non-Shakespearean Elizabethan drama, the poetry of Donne, and other 16th and 17th century poetry. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0204C-S12

CRN: 22124

Foundations of English Lit.

Foundations of English Literature (Pre-1800)
Students will study Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and Milton's Paradise Lost, as well as other foundational works of English literature that may include Shakespeare, non-Shakespearean Elizabethan drama, the poetry of Donne, and other 16th and 17th century poetry. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0205A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
LITS0205A-S12

CRN: 20434

Intro:Contemporary Lit. Theory

Introduction to Contemporary Literary Theory
This course will introduce several major schools of contemporary literary theory. By reading theoretical texts in close conjunction with works of literature, we will illuminate the ways in which these theoretical stances can produce various interpretations of a given poem, novel, or play. The approaches covered will include New Criticism, Psychoanalysis, Marxism and Cultural Criticism, Feminism, and Post-Structuralism. These theories will be applied to works by Shakespeare, Wordsworth, The Brontës, Conrad, Joyce, and others. The goal will be to make students critically aware of the fundamental literary, cultural, political, and moral assumptions underlying every act of interpretation they perform. 3 hrs. lect/3 hrs. disc.

ENAM0205X-S12

Cross-Listed As:
LITS0205X-S12

CRN: 21469

Intro:Contemporary Lit. Theory
Discussion

Introduction to Contemporary Literary Theory
This course will introduce several major schools of contemporary literary theory. By reading theoretical texts in close conjunction with works of literature, we will illuminate the ways in which these theoretical stances can produce various interpretations of a given poem, novel, or play. The approaches covered will include New Criticism, Psychoanalysis, Marxism and Cultural Criticism, Feminism, and Post-Structuralism. These theories will be applied to works by Shakespeare, Wordsworth, The Brontës, Conrad, Joyce, and others. The goal will be to make students critically aware of the fundamental literary, cultural, political, and moral assumptions underlying every act of interpretation they perform. 3 hrs. lect/3 hrs. disc.

ENAM0205Y-S12

Cross-Listed As:
LITS0205Y-S12

CRN: 20432

Intro:Contemporary Lit. Theory
Discussion

Introduction to Contemporary Literary Theory
This course will introduce several major schools of contemporary literary theory. By reading theoretical texts in close conjunction with works of literature, we will illuminate the ways in which these theoretical stances can produce various interpretations of a given poem, novel, or play. The approaches covered will include New Criticism, Psychoanalysis, Marxism and Cultural Criticism, Feminism, and Post-Structuralism. These theories will be applied to works by Shakespeare, Wordsworth, The Brontës, Conrad, Joyce, and others. The goal will be to make students critically aware of the fundamental literary, cultural, political, and moral assumptions underlying every act of interpretation they perform. 3 hrs. lect/3 hrs. disc.

ENAM0205Z-S12

Cross-Listed As:
LITS0205Z-S12

CRN: 20433

Intro:Contemporary Lit. Theory
Discussion

Introduction to Contemporary Literary Theory
This course will introduce several major schools of contemporary literary theory. By reading theoretical texts in close conjunction with works of literature, we will illuminate the ways in which these theoretical stances can produce various interpretations of a given poem, novel, or play. The approaches covered will include New Criticism, Psychoanalysis, Marxism and Cultural Criticism, Feminism, and Post-Structuralism. These theories will be applied to works by Shakespeare, Wordsworth, The Brontës, Conrad, Joyce, and others. The goal will be to make students critically aware of the fundamental literary, cultural, political, and moral assumptions underlying every act of interpretation they perform. 3 hrs. lect/3 hrs. disc.

ENAM0206A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
AMST0206A-S12

CRN: 21135

19th Century American Lit.

Nineteenth-Century American Literature
This course will examine major developments in the literary world of 19th century America. Specific topics to be addressed might include the transition from Romanticism to Regionalism and Realism, the origins and evolution of the novel in the United States, and the tensions arising from the emergence of a commercial marketplace for literature. Attention will also be paid to the rise of women as literary professionals in America and the persistent problematizing of race and slavery. Among others, authors may include J. F. Cooper, Emerson, Melville, Douglass, Chopin, Whitman, Dickinson, Twain, Hawthorne, Stowe, Alcott, Wharton, and James.

ENAM0206B-S12

Cross-Listed As:
AMST0206B-S12

CRN: 22323

19th Century American Lit.

Nineteenth-Century American Literature
This course will examine major developments in the literary world of 19th century America. Specific topics to be addressed might include the transition from Romanticism to Regionalism and Realism, the origins and evolution of the novel in the United States, and the tensions arising from the emergence of a commercial marketplace for literature. Attention will also be paid to the rise of women as literary professionals in America and the persistent problematizing of race and slavery. Among others, authors may include J. F. Cooper, Emerson, Melville, Douglass, Chopin, Whitman, Dickinson, Twain, Hawthorne, Stowe, Alcott, Wharton, and James.

ENAM0210A-S12

CRN: 22174

American Modernists

The American Modernists
American writers at the turn of the 20th century faced social, intellectual, and technological change on an unprecedented scale. Individually and collectively they worked to answer William Carlos Williams’s pressing question: “How can I be a mirror to this modernity?” In this course we will read, discuss, and write about poetry by writers such as Williams, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, and Wallace Stevens; and prose by Henry Adams, Edith Wharton, Hemingway, Faulkner, Fitzgerald, Nella Larsen, Richard Wright, and others. (Not open to students who have taken ENAM 0207)

ENAM0210X-S12

CRN: 22325

American Modernists
Discussion

The American Modernists
American writers at the turn of the 20th century faced social, intellectual, and technological change on an unprecedented scale. Individually and collectively they worked to answer William Carlos Williams’s pressing question: “How can I be a mirror to this modernity?” In this course we will read, discuss, and write about poetry by writers such as Williams, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, and Wallace Stevens; and prose by Henry Adams, Edith Wharton, Hemingway, Faulkner, Fitzgerald, Nella Larsen, Richard Wright, and others. (Not open to students who have taken ENAM 0207)

ENAM0210Y-S12

CRN: 22326

American Modernists
Discussion

The American Modernists
American writers at the turn of the 20th century faced social, intellectual, and technological change on an unprecedented scale. Individually and collectively they worked to answer William Carlos Williams’s pressing question: “How can I be a mirror to this modernity?” In this course we will read, discuss, and write about poetry by writers such as Williams, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, and Wallace Stevens; and prose by Henry Adams, Edith Wharton, Hemingway, Faulkner, Fitzgerald, Nella Larsen, Richard Wright, and others. (Not open to students who have taken ENAM 0207)

ENAM0210Z-S12

CRN: 22327

American Modernists
Discussion

The American Modernists
American writers at the turn of the 20th century faced social, intellectual, and technological change on an unprecedented scale. Individually and collectively they worked to answer William Carlos Williams’s pressing question: “How can I be a mirror to this modernity?” In this course we will read, discuss, and write about poetry by writers such as Williams, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, and Wallace Stevens; and prose by Henry Adams, Edith Wharton, Hemingway, Faulkner, Fitzgerald, Nella Larsen, Richard Wright, and others. (Not open to students who have taken ENAM 0207)

ENAM0211A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
EDST0211A-S12

CRN: 21966

Global Literature for Youth

Global Perspectives on Literature for Youth
Literature in translation, post-colonial English literature, and the literature of immigrants are a growing part of literature available to American children. We will examine literature from Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia originally written in English or in translation. What makes international literature distinct from multicultural literature? Do these literary traditions bridge cultural gaps? What issues arise in translating for children? What is the phenomenon of "Americanization?" What are the implicit and explicit cultural and/or ethnic expectations regarding authorship and criticism in international literature? In this class we will examine these questions through the lens of literature for children.

ENAM0216A-S12

CRN: 21968

Renaissance Drama

Renaissance Drama (Pre-1800)
A survey of English Renaissance drama (excluding Shakespeare) that will help students place Shakespeare in the context of other works for the stage before and during his career, including such writers as Kyd, Marlowe, Jonson, Dekker, Middleton, Beaumont, Fletcher, Ford, and Webster. We will also devote time to studying the organization and evolution of the public theatres as well as the publication of plays in Shakespeare's day. 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. disc.

ENAM0244A-S12

CRN: 22125

20th Cen Eng Novel

Twentieth-Century English Novel
This course will explore the development of the novel in this century, with a primary focus on writers of the modernist period and later attention to more contemporary works. We will examine questions of formal experimentation, the development of character, uses of the narrator, and the problem of history, both personal and political, in a novelistic context. Readings will include novels by Conrad, Joyce, Forster, Woolf, and others. 3 hrs. lect./disc.

ENAM0253A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
AMST0253A-S12

CRN: 22256

Science Fiction
Please register via AMST 0253A

Science Fiction
Time travel, aliens, androids, robots, corporate and political domination, reimaginings of race, gender, sexuality and the human body--these concerns have dominated science fiction over the last 150 years. But for all of its interest in the future, science fiction tends to focus on technologies and social problems relevant to the period in which it is written. In this course, we'll work to understand both the way that authors imagine technology's role in society and how those imaginings create meanings for science and its objects of study and transformation. Some likely reading and films include Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, H. G. Wells, The Island of Doctor Moreau, Ridley Scott, Blade Runner, and works by William Gibson, Ursula LeGuin, Octavia Butler and other contemporary writers. (Students who have taken FYSE 1162 are not eligible to register for this course). 3 hrs. lect./disc.

ENAM0259A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
LITS0259A-S12

CRN: 21541

Cultural Crossings
Please register via LITS 0259A

Cultural Crossings: Studies in Literary Influence
Centered on a range of provocative works conceived at different historical moments and in different cultural situations, this course will explore some of the persistent imaginative preoccupations and far-reaching literary ambitions that serve to link authors working in a wide variety of genres and traditions. Authors to be considered this semester will include Jonathan Swift, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Petronius, Thomas Carlyle, Herman Melville, Ivan Turgenev, Ernest Hemingway, Gustave Flaubert, Gertrude Stein, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Saul Bellow. Depending on individual backgrounds and interests, students may be encouraged to undertake independent comparisons between some of the author’s works we are reading and works by other authors not included on this spring's list. 3 hr. lect.

ENAM0285A-S12

CRN: 22175

Magical Realism(s)

Magical Realism(s)
Novels that juxtapose the marvelous with the everyday have shadowed (and mocked) mainstream realism for the better part of two centuries, and have proliferated in recent years to the point where they may constitute the predominant genre of our globalized culture. Why should such strange mélanges of the quotidian and the supernatural strike so many authors as the perfect vehicle to express 20th and 21st century anxieties and possibilities? We will explore examples of these boundary-defying fictions across several decades and various national literatures. Authors to be studied will include Woolf, Kafka, Calvino, Morrison, Pynchon, Rushdie, and Garcia-Marquez.

ENAM0309A-S12

CRN: 21969

Contemporary Literature

Contemporary Literature
In this course we will explore seminal works of the post-World War II literature written in English. In the course of our readings we will move through the cultural and social transformations beginning with the paranoia and alienation of the Cold War, and continuing with the Civil Rights era, the national crisis of Vietnam, the rise of multiculturalism and the culture wars in the 1980s, the wide ranging effects of the information revolution, the profits and perils of globalization, and the profound anxiety of the war on terror. Writers studied will include Thomas Pynchon, Vladimir Nabokov, Don DeLillo, Donald Barthelme, William S. Burroughs, Toni Morrison, Ishmael Reed, Ana Castillo, and Art Spiegelman. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0318A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
THEA0318A-S12

CRN: 22241

Playwriting II: Advanced
Please register via THEA 0318A

Playwriting II: Advanced
For students with experience writing short scripts or stories, this workshop will provide a support structure in which to write a full-length stage play. We will begin with extended free and guided writing exercises intended to help students write spontaneously and with commitment. Class discussions will explore scene construction, story structure, and the development of character arc. (ENAM 0170 or THEA 0218 or ENAM/THEA 0240; by approval) (Formerly THEA/ENGL 0318) 2 1/2 hrs. lect./individual labs

ENAM0332A-S12

CRN: 22328

Shakespeare's Histories

Shakespeare's Tragedies and Histories (Pre-1800)
An intensive consideration of language, style, character, and structure, first in Shakespeare's epic history-play cycle, Richard II, Henry IV, and Henry V, and then in the major tragedies, Hamlet, King Lear, and Anthony and Cleopatra. 3 hrs. lect.; disc; screening

ENAM0332Y-S12

CRN: 22329

Shakespeare's Histories
Discussion

Shakespeare's Tragedies and Histories (Pre-1800)
An intensive consideration of language, style, character, and structure, first in Shakespeare's epic history-play cycle, Richard II, Henry IV, and Henry V, and then in the major tragedies, Hamlet, King Lear, and Anthony and Cleopatra. 3 hrs. lect.; disc; screening

ENAM0332Z-S12

CRN: 22330

Shakespeare's Histories
Discussion

Shakespeare's Tragedies and Histories (Pre-1800)
An intensive consideration of language, style, character, and structure, first in Shakespeare's epic history-play cycle, Richard II, Henry IV, and Henry V, and then in the major tragedies, Hamlet, King Lear, and Anthony and Cleopatra. 3 hrs. lect.; disc; screening

ENAM0341A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
FMMC0341A-S12

CRN: 21147

Writing for the Screen II
Please register via FMMC 0341A

Writing for the Screen II
Building on the skills acquired in Writing for the Screen I, students will complete the first draft of their feature-length screenplays. Class discussion will explore the links between conventional notions of visual storytelling and alternative modes and media of writing for the screen, such as television (including sitcoms, one-hour dramas, and long form serials), non-linear and experimental forms, gaming, documentaries, etc. Students will also be required to write either one 'spec script' of a television show of their choosing, or a short-form work in their choice of medium. (Approval required, obtain application on website and submit prior to spring registration) (Formerly FMMC 0106) 3 hrs. sem/3 hrs. screen.

ENAM0370A-S12

CRN: 20031

Advanced Fiction Workshop

Workshop: Fiction
Study and practice in techniques of fiction writing through workshops and readings in short fiction and novels. Class discussions will be based on student manuscripts and published model works. Emphasis will be placed on composition and revision. (ENAM 0170, ENAM 0175, or ENAM 0185) (Approval required; please apply at the department office in Axinn) 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0370B-S12

CRN: 22126

Advanced Fiction Workshop

Workshop: Fiction
Study and practice in techniques of fiction writing through workshops and readings in short fiction and novels. Class discussions will be based on student manuscripts and published model works. Emphasis will be placed on composition and revision. (ENAM 0170, ENAM 0175, or ENAM 0185) (Approval required; please apply at the department office in Axinn) 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0375A-S12

CRN: 21226

Advanced Poetry Workshop

Workshop: Poetry
This course will involve the reading and writing of contemporary poetry. It is designed for students who already possess some familiarity with poetry and its traditions and who want to concentrate especially on contemporary work as an adjunct to their own development as poets. Students will read a good deal of poetry, including such writers as Elizabeth Bishop, Seamus Heaney, and Charles Simic. Assignments will include the keeping of a daily notebook, writing poems on a regular basis, and giving oral reports. Close attention will be paid to poetic form and the conventions of poetry. A final portfolio will include revisions of poems and critical writing. (ENAM 0170, 0175, or 0185) (Approval required; please apply at department office.) 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0386A-S12

CRN: 21488

Writing the Journey

Writing the Journey
In this course we will write personal journey narratives that fuse objective observation and exposition with strong narrative and subjective experience. Readings will include works of literary travel writing including The Song Lines and The Snow Leopard, as well as the picaresque novel On the Road. We will also practice the travel article. For the final project students must write about a journey they plan and take during the semester, preferably during Spring Break. (ENAM 0170 or approval from instructor)

ENAM0406A-S12

CRN: 21971

Shaw, Stoppard:the Play Ideas

Seminar: Shaw, Stoppard and the Play of Ideas
In the 1890s Bernard Shaw introduced into British drama the play of ideas—a play which takes as its theme a social or philosophical problem—and combined it with the traditions of farce and high comedy to create an idiosyncratic kind of drama. For the pasts three decades Tom Stoppard has continued that tradition of wit and intellectual comedy. This seminar will study closely how these two playwrights have given vital form to the play of ideas in a dozen of their major plays. 3 hrs. lect.

ENAM0423A-S12

CRN: 22176

Return of the Screw

Return of the Screw: Tangled Texts
In this course we will explore the ambiguous and incomplete in fiction, and where these qualities take readers. We will start out by reading Henry James's The Turn of the Screw, the most mind-blowing, sinister, and perplexing ghost story in literature. (Or maybe it's not a ghost story.) By looking at the ways in which several generations of readers and critics have grappled with the story's essential ambiguity, we will ask questions about the complicated issue of authorial intent in fiction, the relevance of biography, and the limits of interpretation. Besides criticism and biographical excerpts we will read other fictions that have reimagined the novella, such as A.N. Wilson's A Jealous Ghost. We will then look at other literary pairings (such as Bronte's Jane Eyre and Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea) and self-contradictory texts by one author (such as Salinger's Seymour and A Perfect Day for Bananafish) to consider other ways in which texts have responded to each other. We will end by considering some contemporary works (online and off) that break down the boundaries between author and reader. In the course of the readings we will be investigating such concepts as originality and plagiarism, intertextuality, and authenticity.

ENAM0440A-S12

CRN: 22233

Postcolonial Literature Theory

Postcolonial Literature and Theory
The field of postcolonial studies addresses the literature and culture of regions that have been marked by the experience of European colonialism. Today Postcolonial writers and critics are at the cutting edge of creative and scholarly work around the world. We will read literature by writers such as Wole Soyinka, Assia Djebar, Patrick Chamoiseau, Michelle Cliff, Mahasweta Devi, and Salman Rushdie, We will consider these works alongside theory, history, and anthropology in order to explore their political, cultural, and literary dynamics. We will address such topics as: critiques of colonialism, nationalism, social movements, postcolonial gender studies, development, neocolonialism, globalization, migration, and diaspora.

ENAM0441A-S12

Cross-Listed As:
WAGS0441A-S12

CRN: 22177

Literature and Seduction

Literature and Seduction
This course will look at works of erotic and emotional persuasion: some represent seductions, some (love poems and love letters) are intended as persuasive documents themselves, while others (some first person narratives) are arguably designed to seduce the reader. As we explore material from antiquity through the 21st century, we will examine the ways in which the idea of seduction has (or has not) changed, and what cultural conceptions of seduction say about ideologies of gender, subjectivity, sexuality, and literary representation. Texts will include works by Ovid, Plutarch, Keats, Wilde, Bronte, Nabokov, Rostand, Laclos, Wittig, and others; numerous historical documents and theoretical texts; and contemporary treatments of the subject from Nora Roberts to Cosmo to Neil Strauss. (This course satisfies the ENAM seminar requirement; this course meets the major requirement for WAGS 0400 for 2011-2012 only). Sem.

ENAM0442A-S12

CRN: 22259

Religious Poetry

Batter My Heart: Religious Poetry from Donne to Mary Oliver
In this seminar we will look closely at some of the major religious poets (broadly defined to include a variety of traditions) in the course of English and American poetry from the 17th century writers John Donne and George Herbert to the contemporary American poet Mary Oliver. Major figures will look at include Donne, Herbert, Wordsworth, Hopkins, Dickinson, T. S. Eliot, W.H. Auden, Charles Wright, and Mary Oliver. There will be prose selections from various poets and spiritual writers, including Emerson.

ENAM0500A-S12

CRN: 20118

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500B-S12

CRN: 20119

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500C-S12

CRN: 20121

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500D-S12

CRN: 20123

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500E-S12

CRN: 20124

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500F-S12

CRN: 20125

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500G-S12

CRN: 20126

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500H-S12

CRN: 20127

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500I-S12

CRN: 20128

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500K-S12

CRN: 20762

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500L-S12

CRN: 20764

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500M-S12

CRN: 20766

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500N-S12

CRN: 20860

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500O-S12

CRN: 20861

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500P-S12

CRN: 20862

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500Q-S12

CRN: 20863

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500S-S12

CRN: 21037

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500T-S12

CRN: 21038

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500V-S12

CRN: 21040

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500W-S12

CRN: 21041

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500X-S12

CRN: 21042

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500Y-S12

CRN: 21043

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0500Z-S12

CRN: 21122

Special Project: Lit

Special Project: Literature
(Approval Required)

ENAM0520A-S12

CRN: 20142

Special Project: Dramatic Lit.
Spec Proj: Dramatic Lit.

Special Project: Dramatic Literature
The department will consider applications from qualified students who wish to undertake advanced tutorials in dramatic literature. A student proposing a tutorial should, after discussion with a possible project director and with his/her advisor, submit a brief written proposal to the department office two weeks prior to registration. Approval required. Please apply online at http://www.middlebury.edu/academics/enam/resources/forms or at the Department office. (Staff)

ENAM0560A-S12

CRN: 20132

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560B-S12

CRN: 20133

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560C-S12

CRN: 20134

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560D-S12

CRN: 20135

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560E-S12

CRN: 20136

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560F-S12

CRN: 20137

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560G-S12

CRN: 20138

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560K-S12

CRN: 20708

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560L-S12

CRN: 20767

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560M-S12

CRN: 20840

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560O-S12

CRN: 21045

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560P-S12

CRN: 21046

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560Q-S12

CRN: 21047

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560R-S12

CRN: 21048

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560S-S12

CRN: 21049

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560T-S12

CRN: 21050

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560W-S12

CRN: 21053

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560X-S12

CRN: 21054

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560Y-S12

CRN: 21055

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0560Z-S12

CRN: 21275

Special Project: Writing

Special Project: Creative Writing
(Approval Required)

ENAM0700A-S12

CRN: 20145

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700B-S12

CRN: 20146

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700C-S12

CRN: 20149

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700D-S12

CRN: 20151

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700E-S12

CRN: 20152

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700F-S12

CRN: 20154

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700G-S12

CRN: 20155

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700L-S12

CRN: 20205

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700M-S12

CRN: 20649

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700N-S12

CRN: 20650

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700O-S12

CRN: 20655

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700P-S12

CRN: 20756

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700Q-S12

CRN: 20929

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700R-S12

CRN: 20758

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700S-S12

CRN: 20760

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700T-S12

CRN: 20919

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700U-S12

CRN: 20920

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700V-S12

CRN: 20921

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700W-S12

CRN: 21056

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700X-S12

CRN: 21057

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700Y-S12

CRN: 21058

Senior Essay: Critical Writing

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0700Z-S12

Cross-Listed As:
ENAM0710Z-S12

CRN: 21094

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Senior Essay: Discussion

Senior Essay: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking one-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0701A-S12

CRN: 20210

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701B-S12

CRN: 20211

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701C-S12

CRN: 20213

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701D-S12

CRN: 20214

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701E-S12

CRN: 20215

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701F-S12

CRN: 20216

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701G-S12

CRN: 20217

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701K-S12

CRN: 20222

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701L-S12

CRN: 20223

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701M-S12

CRN: 20664

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701O-S12

CRN: 20761

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701P-S12

CRN: 20909

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701Q-S12

CRN: 20925

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701R-S12

CRN: 21059

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701S-S12

CRN: 21060

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701T-S12

CRN: 21061

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701V-S12

CRN: 21063

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701W-S12

CRN: 21064

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701X-S12

CRN: 21065

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701Y-S12

CRN: 21066

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0701Z-S12

CRN: 21121

Senior Essay: Creative Writing

Senior Essay: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking one-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0710A-S12

CRN: 20224

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710B-S12

CRN: 20225

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710C-S12

CRN: 20226

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710D-S12

CRN: 20227

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710E-S12

CRN: 20228

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710F-S12

CRN: 21067

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710G-S12

CRN: 20229

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710H-S12

CRN: 20230

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710I-S12

CRN: 20231

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710J-S12

CRN: 20232

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710K-S12

CRN: 20233

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710L-S12

CRN: 20234

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710M-S12

CRN: 20647

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710N-S12

CRN: 20652

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710O-S12

CRN: 20653

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710P-S12

CRN: 20654

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710Q-S12

CRN: 20865

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710R-S12

CRN: 20866

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710S-S12

CRN: 20867

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710T-S12

CRN: 20868

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710U-S12

CRN: 21068

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710V-S12

CRN: 21069

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710W-S12

CRN: 21070

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710X-S12

CRN: 21071

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710Y-S12

CRN: 21072

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Critical Writing

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0710Z-S12

Cross-Listed As:
ENAM0700Z-S12

CRN: 21095

Senior Thesis: Critical Writ.
Senior Thesis: Discussion

Senior Thesis: Critical Writing
Individual guidance and seminar (discussions, workshops, tutorials) for those undertaking two-term projects in literary criticism or analysis.

ENAM0711A-S12

CRN: 20235

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711B-S12

CRN: 20236

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711C-S12

CRN: 20237

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711D-S12

CRN: 20238

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711E-S12

CRN: 20239

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711F-S12

CRN: 20240

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711G-S12

CRN: 20241

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711H-S12

CRN: 20242

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711I-S12

CRN: 20243

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711K-S12

CRN: 20245

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711L-S12

CRN: 20246

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711M-S12

CRN: 20663

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711O-S12

CRN: 21074

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711P-S12

CRN: 20660

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711Q-S12

CRN: 20910

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711S-S12

CRN: 21076

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711T-S12

CRN: 21077

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711W-S12

CRN: 21080

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711X-S12

CRN: 21081

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711Y-S12

CRN: 21082

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.

ENAM0711Z-S12

CRN: 21175

Senior Thesis: Creative Writ.
Sr. Thesis: Creative Writing

Senior Thesis: Creative Writing
Discussions, workshops, tutorials for those undertaking two-term projects in the writing of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction.