Historical Development of Literature 2011-2012

Course # Semester CRN Instructor(s) Section Title Historical Development Designation
ENGL0210F 2 26486 Bryan Beowulf to Aphra Behn: The Earliest British Literatures Medieval
ENGL0210H 1 17286 Egan New Selves, New Worlds Renaissance & Early Modern
ENGL0250E 1 16756 Bryan The Medieval King Arthur Medieval
ENGL0410A 1 16757 Ryan Literature and the Fantastic 18th/19th Century
ENGL0410G 1 17263 Keach Literature and Revolutions, 1640-1840 18th/19th Century
ENGL0410K 2 27032 Gould The Transatlantic Novel: Robinson Crusoe to Connecticut Yankee 18th/19th Century
ENGL0610E 2 26488 George Postcolonial Literature 20th/21st Century
ENGL0610F 2 26489 Reichman Introduction to Modernism: Past, Future, Exile, Home 20th/21st Century
ENGL0610J 2 26493 Bewes Contemporary British Fiction 20th/21st Century
ENGL0800J 2 27041 Kim Introduction to Asian American Literature 20th/21st Century
ENGL0910A 2 26495 Rabb How to Read a Poem
ENGL0910F 2 26576 Redfield Literature, Trauma, and War 18th/19th Century
ENGL1210 1 14853 TBA History of the English Language Medieval
ENGL1310J 2 26502 Foley Imagining the Individual in Renaissance England Renaissance & Early Modern
ENGL1310T 1 16765 Bryan Chaucer Medieval
ENGL1311C 1 16825 Redfield Milton Renaissance & Early Modern
ENGL1360K 1 16766 Kahn Shakespeare and Company Renaissance & Early Modern
ENGL1360P 1 16767 Kahn Shakespearean Tragedy Renaissance & Early Modern
ENGL1360U 2 26579 Bryan Europe in the Vernacular Medieval
ENGL1510A 1 16768 Rabb By a Lady: Jane Austen and Her Predecessors 18th/19th Century
ENGL1561K 2 26583 Rabb Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama Renaissance & Early Modern
18th/19th Century
ENGL1710P 1 16775 Murray The Literature and Culture of Black Power Reconsidered 20th/21st Century
ENGL1760K 2 26513 Katz Reading New York 20th/21st Century
ENGL1760L 2 26514 Armstrong Bloomsbury and Modernism 20th/21st Century