- Wednesday, November 6th (noon) to Wednesday, November 13th (3 p.m.): Open Access Period for signing up for Spring, 2014 English majors' Junior Colloquia & Senior Seminars through an on-line sign-up process in eBear. Please contact Lucy Coolidge, [lcoolidg(at)barnard(dot)edu] if you did not participate and need to enroll.
- Tuesday, November 19th (8:30 a.m.): Sign-up sheets for other restricted-enrollment spring English and Film courses were posted on the bulletin boards between rooms 403 and 407, Barnard Hall. They will be taken down as they fill up.
- Monday, November 25th (4 p.m.), the last day of the Program Filing period: Deadline for . . .
- 1 - applying for any of Barnard's spring 2014 Creative Writing courses Class lists will be posted as we receive them, around the beginning of the spring semester.
- 2 - Portfolios for majors applying to concentrate in Creative Writing who expect to graduate in Feb 2015. (Applications are due at the end of Program Filing during the second semester of your junior year. For those expecting to graduate in May 2015, that deadline is Monday, April 21st.)
— ENGL BC 3121.1: Public Speaking (T Th 11:40)
section 2 (MW at 11:40) will still meet
— ENTH BC 3136: Shakespeare in Performance
CHANGE IN ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE. The following spring 2014 courses now require:
L-course process (through Registrar):
— ENGL BC 3147: Intro to Narrative Medicine
— ENGL BC 3177: Victorian
Sign-up sheet in (the Department):
— ENGL BC 3173: 18th-Century Novel
Come first day for Instructor's Permission (previously an L-course)
— ENGL BC 3183: American Literature since 1945
Please note that a full list of spring 2014 courses requring special enrollment can be found here.
New requirement for English majors graduating in 2014 and later: You must take at least one course in American Literature. It can simultaneously fulfill other requirements (elective, pre-1900, etc.) where appropriate. Taking American Literature is encouraged for, but not required of, English majors graduating in 2013.
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- English Courses Requiring Special Procedures to enroll.
- Registrar's instructions for L-course and other special sign-ups
- Current English courses open to First-Years.