American, British, or another National/Regional Literature 2012-2013

Course # Semester CRN Instructor(s) Section Title National Literature Cluster
ENGL0210F 1 14287 Bryan Beowulf to Aphra Behn: The Earliest British Literatures British
ENGL0250F 1 14340 Foley Shakespeare’s Present Tense British
ENGL0400A 1 14341 Kahn Introduction to Shakespeare British
ENGL0410A 1 14342 Ryan Literature and the Fantastic British
ENGL0600E 1 14456 Khalip British Romanticism British
ENGL0600O 1 14838 Burrows American Fiction and the Sea American
ENGL1360J 1 14484 Bryan Literatures of Medieval England British
ENGL1410 1 14486 Blasing American Poetry I: Puritans through the 19th Century American
ENGL1510I 1 14865 Rabb The Novel from Defoe to Austen British
ENGL1511E 1 14969 Egan Monsters, Giants, and Fantastic Landscapes American
ENGL1561N 1 14964 Gould Hawthorne and the Literary Market American
ENGL1710M 1 14487 Kim Nationalizing Narratives: Race, Nationalism, and the 20th-C. American Novel American
ENGL1760G 1 14564 Blasing American and British Poetry Since 1945 American
British
ENGL1760P 1 14568 Kim “Extravagant” Texts: Experiments in Asian American Writing American
ENGL1950C 1 14959 Reichman Senior Seminar: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? British
ENGL2560X 1 14623 Rabb The Rise of the Novel British
ENGL2560Z 1 14624 Egan Global Early American Literature American
ENGL0400A 2 24601 Feerick Introduction to Shakespeare British
ENGL0410F 2 24368 Egan Devils, Demons, and Do-Gooders American
ENGL0410G 2 25074 Keach Literature and Revolutions, 1640-1840 American
British
ENGL0450A 2 24605 Burrows Hawthorne and James American
ENGL0600C 2 24606 Ryan The Victorian Novel British
ENGL0610G 2 25077 Murray American Fiction and Mass Culture American
ENGL0800I 2 24608 Lahiri Global South Asia British
ENGL1310B 2 24609 Egan American Degenerates American
ENGL1310V 2 24610 Bryan Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales British
ENGL1360O 2 24711 Feerick The Ties that Bind: Renaissance Revenge Plays British
ENGL1560A 2 24611 Rooney Jane Austen and George Eliot British
ENGL1561O 2 24715 Gould Lincoln, Whitman, and The Civil War American
ENGL1610 2 24613 Blasing American Poetry II: Modernism American
ENGL1710I 2 24614 Murray Harlem Renaissance: The Politics of Culture American
ENGL1710W 2 24717 Armstrong Literary Impressionism British
ENGL1761P 2 24617 Blasing Yeats, Pound, Eliot American
ENGL1761R 2 25078 Kim The Non-Fiction of “Race” in 20th-Century American Culture American
ENGL2760Y 2 24795 Kim American Orientalism and Asian American Literary Criticism American