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CRN Subject CRS Sect Title Cap* Seats Rqstd Professor Days Time Location Crosslisted Crosslist Rqst FY Reserved
2806 ENGL  101  01  Postcolonial Detective  35  18  P Saha  MWF  08:30 a - 09:20 a  EASTC 405     
2808 ENGL  101  02  21st C American Fiction  35  35  S Phillips  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  EASTC 405     
2810 ENGL  101  03  Slave Narratives and Neo-Slave Narratives  35  M Schoolman  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  EASTC 405     
2812 ENGL  101  04  Hollywood  35  18  G Steirer  MR  03:00 p - 04:15 p  EASTC 405  FLST 210 - 04  17 
2817 ENGL  101  05  Literature and London  35  35  L Orr  MWF  10:30 a - 11:20 a  EASTC 405     
2819 ENGL  101  06  American Nature Writing: Environment, Cultures, and Values  35  B Nichols  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  EASTC 405  ENST 111 - 01  26 
2822 ENGL  101  07  Literary Fairy Tales, Modern and Contemporary  34  34  E Levine  MWF  11:30 a - 12:20 p  DENNY 313     
2814 ENGL  101  08  Black Sustainability in African Diasporic Literatures  35  L Johnson  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  ALTHSE 109  AFST 220 - 09 
2824 ENGL  212  01  From Book to eBook: Writing About Media Change  15  11  G Steirer  MWF  10:30 a - 11:20 a  EASTC 312  FLST 210 - 03
WRPG 211 - 01 
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2826 ENGL  212  02  Where the Wild Things Are: Writing About Travel  15  P Saha  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  DENNY 204  WRPG 211 - 02 
2830 ENGL  212  03  Writing about the Past/Writing about the Future  15  13  L Orr  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  EASTC 102  WRPG 211 - 03 
2833 ENGL  212  04  Writing for Digital Media  15  11  M Kochis  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  EASTC 312  WRPG 211 - 04 
2834 ENGL  212  05  In & Out, Either/Or, and Everything In Between: Writing, Identity, and Queer Studies  15  S Kersh  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  BOSLER 213  WRPG 211 - 05 
2836 ENGL  214  01  Working with Writers: Theory and Practice  20  L Wolff  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  ALTHSE 204  WRPG 214 - 01  14 
2838 ENGL  218  01  Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction  30  12  A Su
E Levine 
R
01:30 p - 04:30 p
01:30 p - 04:30 p 
EASTC 107
EASTC 212 
   
2839 ENGL  218  02  Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction  30  29  C Johnston
D Dolan 
W
01:30 p - 04:30 p
01:30 p - 04:30 p 
EASTC 312
EASTC 107 
   
2841 ENGL  220  01  Critical Approaches and Literary Methods  16  K Moffat  MWF  09:30 a - 10:20 a  EASTC 300     
2842 ENGL  220  02  Critical Approaches and Literary Methods  16  13  M Schoolman  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  EASTC 406     
2843 ENGL  220  03  Critical Approaches and Literary Methods  16  C Seiler  MR  01:30 p - 02:45 p  EASTC 301     
2860 ENGL  300  01  Critical Approaches and Literary Methods (C.A.L.M.) Lab  40  21  E Ferer
K Moffat 
         
2844 ENGL  329  01  Philosophy and Literature  25  A DeBlasio  TF  01:30 p - 02:45 p  BOSLER 309  RUSS 270 - 01
PHIL 270 - 01 
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2846 ENGL  335  01  Deconstructing the Superhero  25  23  G Steirer  TF  01:30 p - 02:45 p  EASTC 405  FLST 310 - 01 
2848 ENGL  338  01  The Craft of Poetry  25  18  A Su  MWF  10:30 a - 11:20 a  EASTC 406     
2849 ENGL  339  01  Contemporary American Fiction and Memoir: Between Worlds  25  17  S O'Brien  TF  01:30 p - 02:45 p  EASTC 301  AMST 301 - 01 
2851 ENGL  345  01  Early Women Writers  25  25  L Orr  MWF  12:30 p - 01:20 p  EASTC 301  WGST 300 - 04 
2852 ENGL  370  01  Literary Cultures of the Antebellum United States  25  15  M Schoolman  TR  09:00 a - 10:15 a  EASTC 301     
2853 ENGL  381  01  Rushdie Writes the Nation  25  P Saha  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  ALTHSE 109     
2854 ENGL  389  01  Transatlantic Poetry of the Mad Men Era  25  24  C Seiler  MR  03:00 p - 04:15 p  EASTC 301     
2855 ENGL  394  01  Revolutionary Milton  25  25  C Johnston  TR  10:30 a - 11:45 a  EASTC 301     
2856 ENGL  404  01  Senior Thesis Workshop  13  13  K Moffat  01:30 p - 04:30 p  EASTC 406     
2857 ENGL  404  02  Senior Thesis Workshop  13  13  B Nichols  01:30 p - 04:30 p  KAUF 178     
2858 ENGL  404  03  Senior Thesis Workshop  13  13  S Phillips  01:30 p - 04:30 p  EASTC 312     
2859 ENGL  418  01  Mixed Genre Workshop  15  11  A Su  01:30 p - 04:30 p  EASTC 312     

Cap* - Prior to the First-Year Course Request Period in the Summer, this number reflects the number of seats available after reserving seats for the first-year students.
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