English XLIST for 2016-17

The following courses offered by other departments will fulfill requirements of the English concentration. Please check with the sponsoring department for registration, times, and locations.

HMAN2970W, Ethics/Politics (Anderson/Gandhi), Fall 2016

Comparative Literature
COLT2830I, Histories of the Early Modern Body (Newman), Fall 2016
COLT1420O, Proust, Joyce and Faulkner (Weinstein), Spring 2017

Ethnic Studies
ETHN1890U, Extravagant Texts: Reading the World Through Asian American Literature (Kim), Spring 2017

Judaic Studies
JUDS0830, The Bible as Literature (Jacobson), Fall 2016
JUDS0050A, Believers, Agnostics, and Atheists in Contemporary Fiction, Fall 2016 (added 8/18/16)

Modern Culture and Media
MCM2100O, Reading Remains (Rooney), Spring 2017
MCM2100Q, Lacan vs. Foucault (Copjec), Spring 2017