Course Announcements

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Current Dates & Deadlines New Courses Course Updates General Announcements

 

Deadline Reminders:

  • Tuesday, August 13, 2019 (11:59 pm): writing samples for all fall creative writing courses,  except for ENGL BC3208, are due.  See this page of the website for writing sample guidelines and the application form for creative writing courses.
  • Tuesday, September 3, 2019 (11:59 pm): writing samples for ENGL BC3208 What's Your Story Anyway? - Trauma Resistance through Creative Writing are due. Submit your writing sample via this Google Form, following all listed instructions.
  • Thursday, September 12, 2019 (3 pm): Independent Study or Senior Special Project forms must be completed, signed, and turned in to the English Department Office (not the Registrar).
  • Friday, April 19, 2019 (11:59 pm): Applications for the creative writing concentration are due. See this page of the website for guidelines and the application form.  

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New and Not Recently Offered Courses:

  • ENTH BC3136 Shakespeare in Performance—P. Denison
  • ENGL BC3174 The Age of Johnson—J. Basker
  • ENGL BC3192 Exile and Estrangement in Global Literature—H. Matar
  • ENGL BC3208 What's Your Story Anyway? - Trauma Resistance through Creative Writing—M. Hinojosa
  • ENGL BC3223 New York in Ten Objects—J. Kassanoff
  • ENGL BC3927 Senior Seminar: "a d—d mob of scribbling women": Nineteenth-century American Women Writers—L. Gordis
  • ENGL BC3936 Senior Seminar: The Novel and Economic Justice—R. Hamilton

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Course Updates:

  • The English Conference will not be offered in the fall 2019 semester. The next projected English Conference will be in spring 2020.
  • ENGL BC3141 Major English Texts now requires an application.  Apply here.
  • A full list of fall 2019 courses requiring special enrollment procedures can be found here.
  • By a unanimous vote of 16-0, the voting members of the English department passed a resolution allowing ENGL BC3101 The Writer's Process and ENGL BC3123 Rhetorical Choices: the Theory and Practice of Public Speaking to now count as electives for the English major.

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