- Deadline is over for the Barnard English Department Writing Prizes. Visit the Student Opporunity Page for details.
- Tuesday, March 25th, 4-5:15 pm: English Program Planning Meeting, in Sulzberger Parlor.
- Tuesday, March 25th (at noon) to Tuesday, April 8th (at 1 pm): on-line sign-up for Fall, 2014 Junior Colloquia & Senior Seminars for English majors. Instructions will be emailed to qualifying students. Please contact Lucy Coolidge, [lcoolidg(at)barnard(dot)edu] if you have questions.
- Thursday, April 10th at 8:30 AM: Sign-up sheets for other restricted-enrollment spring English and Film courses will be posted on the bulletin boards between 403 and 406 Barnard Hall. Questions? Contact the English Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Thursday, April 17th by 4 pm: Independent Study or Senior Special Project forms must be completed and turned in TO THE ENGLISH OFFICE (not the Registrar).
- Monday, April 21st (4 p.m.), the last day of the Program Filing period: Deadline for . . .
- 1 - Applications due for any of Barnard's FALL 2014 Creative Writing courses Class lists will be posted as we receive them, around the beginning of the fall semester.
- 2 - Portfolios for majors applying to concentrate in Creative Writing who expect to graduate in May 2015. (Applications are due at the end of Program Filing during the second semester of your junior year. For those expecting to graduate in February 2016, that deadline is in the Fall, 2014.)
CHANGE IN ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE:
The following fall courses are now L-courses, and signing up for them is handled by the Registrar directly and NOT have a sign-up sheet in the department this semester. Enrollment is still capped, but you must sign up on line instead. Please read the following list carefully:
- ENGL BC3097 & 3098: The English Conference (fall & spring)
- ENGL BC3141: Major English Texts I
- ENGL BC3183: American Literature since 1945
Click here full list of fall 2014 courses requiring special enrollment procdedures.
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..
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