Area III 2011-2012

Course # Semester CRN Instructor(s) Section Title
ENGL0610E 2 26488 George Postcolonial Literature
ENGL0610F 2 26489 Reichman Introduction to Modernism: Past, Future, Exile, Home
ENGL0610J 2 26493 Bewes Contemporary British Fiction
ENGL0650H 1 11419 Armstrong Realism and Modernism
ENGL0650K 2 26494 Katz Roaring Twenties
ENGL0800I 2 27064 Lahiri Global South Asia
ENGL0800J 2 27041 Kim Introduction to Asian American Literature
ENGL0910A 2 26495 Rabb How to Read a Poem
ENGL1190A 2 26498 Stanley The Arrangement of Words: Liberating Fiction(s) *
ENGL1190L 2 26499 Taylor Creative Nonfiction: Practice and Criticism *
ENGL1710I 2 25173 Murray Harlem Renaissance: The Politics of Culture
ENGL1710K 1 16774 Murray Plain Folk: Literature and the Problem of Poverty
ENGL1710P 1 16775 Murray The Literature and Culture of Black Power Reconsidered
ENGL1710Y 2 26585 Nabers American Literature and the Cold War
ENGL1760K 2 26513 Katz Reading New York
ENGL1760L 2 26514 Armstrong Bloomsbury and Modernism
ENGL1760Q 1 16776 Armstrong James Joyce and the Modern Novel
ENGL1760T 2 23975 George Literary Africa
ENGL1761P 2 23514 Blasing Yeats, Pound, Eliot
ENGL1761Q 2 26515 Bewes W. G. Sebald and Some Interlocutors
ENGL1761V 1 16827 Kim The Korean War in Color
ENGL1761W 1 17293 Lahiri Modern South Asia: Literature and Theory
ENGL1900F 2 26520 Armstrong Interpretation
ENGL1900I 2 27039 Rooney Critical Methodologies: Contemporary Literary Theory
ENGL1900T 1 16780 George The Postcolonial and the Postmodern
ENGL1900V 2 26589 Burrows Camera Works: The Theory and Fiction of Photography
ENGL2760A 2 26899 Blasing American Modernist Poetry and Poetics
ENGL2760M 1 16784 George Postcoloniality, Globalism, Diaspora
ENGL2760P 1 17323 Kim The ‘50s in Color: Race, Empire, and U.S. Cold War Culture
ENGL2760Z 2 26594 Murray African American Literature After 1965: Nationalism and Dissent
ENGL2900M 1 17317 Rooney The Reading Effect and the Persistence of Form