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ENGL-1302 Writing Workshop
Description
A course in composition that stresses expressive, analytical and persuasive writing with emphasis on rhetorical strategies in relation to aims and audience. The course is designed to refine student skills in critical reading, analysis, and judgment.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
ENGL-1303 Intermediate Writing
Description
Students who have exempted from ENGL 1302 with a score of 4 or 5 on the Language and Composition AP examination or a score of 5 on the Literature and Composition AP Examination but who wish to take 1302 may register for this section and attend a 1302 section after receiving the consent of the instructor. Students registered for 1303 will be expected to do work beyond the requirements of 1302. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
ENGL-1311 The Beginnings of English Literature
Description
An examination of British literature from its beginnings to 1800. (Offered every semester.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities
ENGL-1312 British Literature From the French Revolution to the Present
Description
An examination of the literary expressions of cultural changes from The French Revolution to the present, with a primary concentration on British writers. (Offered every semester.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities, The Core Capacities
ENGL-1313 The Beginnings of American Literature Colonization to 1900
Description
An examination of American literature from the nation's colonization and settlement to the late nineteenth century. (Offered every semester.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Core Capacities
ENGL-1314 American Literature: Twentieth Century and Beyond
Description
An examination of the literary expressions of cultural changes in America from 1900 to the present. (Offered every semester.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Core Capacities
ENGL-1315 World Literature
Description
A course designed to complement the American and British Literature offerings. Includes, primarily , texts from European, Asian, African, and Central and South American cultures written in the past 2,000 years in all major genres. (Offered every Spring.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities
ENGL-2306 Advanced Placement I
Description
Students entering with a score of 4 or higher on the Advanced Placement Literature and Composition examination or a 6 on the Higher-Level International Baccalaureate English exam will receive credit for this course.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
ENGL-2307 Advanced Placement II
Description
Students entering with a score of 5 on the Literature and Composition examination or a 7 on the Higher-Level International Baccalaureate English exam will receive credit for this course. These credits are in addition to the credits received for ENGL 2306, for a total of 6 credits.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
ENGL-2308 The Literary Imagination
Description
This course introduces students to a variety of topics in the study of literature. Individual offerings emphasize historical, thematics, or genre approaches to reading and writing about literary texts (consult appropriate Class Schedule for details). Prerequisite: First- or Second-year status is required, or consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ENGL-2311 Literary Methods
Description
Introduction to the practice of literary studies. Special attention will be paid to evaluating and interpreting both primary literature (in its major genres) and a variety of secondary critical arguments. Frequent writing assignments will include major essay that demonstrates an awareness of important critical work on the subject. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-2315 Introduction to Professional Writing
Description
Intensive writing workshop concentrating on individual writing concerns with relation to specific professions. Focus on audience, structure, and professional expectations.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-2340 Creative Thinking and the Artistic Process
Description
This course encourages students to synthesize a theoretical and experiential approach to the creative process as studied through the visual arts, music, creative writing, and theatre. Students enter into the creative process as a means to develop creative self-expression, aesthetic sensibility, and an understanding of the arts. The nature and drive of artistic endeavor is explored through studies of the lives of significant thinkers and artists, examinations of art works, guest lectures, and projects. Students will engage in activities and projects that will enable them to access and develop their own creative thinking skills in concert with traditional, analytic modes. (Also listed as ART 2314, THTR 2340, GNED 2340 and MUSC 2340.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
ENGL-2373 African American Literature
Description
Survey of African American literature from the early slave narrative to the present. Examines the history, culture, and intellectual traditions informing this literature, as well as the political and aesthetic debates that shaped the tradition.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-2401 Introduction to Non-Fiction Writing
Description
Study in the theory, technique, and practice of non-fiction writing.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ENGL-2402 Fiction Writing
Description
Study in the forms of fiction with a primary focus on writing the short story.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ENGL-2403 Poetry Writing
Description
Study of the theory, techniques, and practice of poetry writing.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ENGL-3116 Writing Internship
Description
Supervised work on individually specified projects under the supervision of departmental faculty. Each project involves work on literary publications. The number of internships varies with available opportunities. Pass/Fail only.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3117 Experiential Learning in Editing and Publishing
Description
Directed consideration of issues in literary and scholarly publishing, including acquisitions, editing, production, indexing, or design. Students may work with a faculty member on the production of a monograph, collection, or journal issue. (Offered every semester)
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3161 Early Book and Manuscript Lab
Description
In this humanities lab, students undertake substantial original research in premodern and early modern literature. Students will learn how to transcribe and edit previously unpublished manuscripts and early print material and prepare their work for electronic publication. May be repeated for up to six credit hours. (Offered every semester.)
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3190 Directed Studies - Junior Level
Description
Independent Study. Discretion of Instructor. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3216 Writing Internship
Description
Supervised work on individually specified projects under the supervision of departmental faculty. Each project involves work on literary publications. The number of internships varies with available opportunities. Pass/Fail only.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3217 Experiential Learning in Editing and Publishing
Description
Directed consideration of issues in literary and scholarly publishing, including acquisitions, editing, production, indexing, or design. Students may work with a faculty member on the production of a monograph, collection, or journal issue. (Offered every semester)
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3290 Directed Studies - Junior Level
Description
Independent Study. Discretion of Instructor. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3304 Writing Tutors/Writing Workshop
Description
Writing tutors assigned by permission of instructor to individual sections of ENGL 1302. At the discretion of the instructor, tutors assist students in the process of producing written essays. Office hours and class attendance required. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3316 Writing Internship
Description
Supervised work on individually specified projects under the supervision of departmental faculty. Each project involves work on literary publications. The number of internships varies with available opportunities. Pass/Fail only.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3317 Experiential Learning in Editing and Publishing
Description
Directed consideration of issues in literary and scholarly publishing, including acquisitions, editing, production, indexing, or design. Students may work with a faculty member on the production of a monograph, collection, or journal issue. (Offered every semester)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3347 The History of the Book
Description
This course introduces students to some of the major stages in the history of the book through the seventeenth century, and to the question of how changes in this technology responded to, caused, reflected, or were otherwise related to changes in the texts these books contain. We approach the book in its entirety, examining (for example) changes in the construction and preparation of pages, new technologies for binding, and the invention of the printing press, as well as changes in scripts used to copy texts and strategies for reading these sometimes quite alien graphic signifiers. And we will consider, throughout, what careful attention to texts in their various material instantiations can offer to the study of literary history. Corequisite: ENGL 3161 or CLAS 3161
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3390 Directed Studies - Junior Level
Description
Independent Study. Discretion of Instructor. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3414 Advanced Exposition and Argument
Description
Intensive writing workshop concentrating on individual projects and focusing on the traditional rhetorical principles of invention, structure, and style. (Offered every Spring). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3416 Writing Internship
Description
Supervised work on individually specified projects under the supervision of departmental faculty. Each project involves work on literary publications. The number of internships varies with available opportunities. Pass/Fail only.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3417 Experiential Learning in Editing and Publishing
Description
Directed consideration of issues in literary and scholarly publishing, including acquisitions, editing, production, indexing, or design. Students may work with a faculty member on the production of a monograph, collection, or journal issue. (Offered every semester)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3427 Contemporary Literature
Description
Selected studies in contemporary literature in English and English translation. May be repeated for up to 8 hours when topics vary. (Offered every semester).
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3429 Jewish Literature
Description
A survey of major Jewish literary figures, including Kafka, Babel, I.B. Singer, Sholem Aleichem, Philip Roth, Bellow, Malamud, Paley, and Wiesel, in response to Jewish literary and cultural traditions, rooted in Hebrew scripture. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3440 Nineteenth-Century British Literary Culture
Description
A study of nineteenth-century British literature within particular cultural and historical contexts. Subjects may include the city, medicine, visual arts, and performance history. This course counts toward the Interdisciplinary Cluster "The Spirit of Our Age: Nineteenth Century Science and Culture." (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3441 Nineteenth-Century American Literary Culture
Description
A study of nineteenth-century American literature within particular cultural and historical contexts. Subjects may include religion, gender, class, and race. This course counts toward the Interdisciplinary Cluster "The Spirit of Our Age: Nineteenth Century Science and Culture." (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3452 American Literary Sentimentalism
Description
A study of nineteenth-century American literary sentimentalism, with a particular focus on the movement's constitution of gender, power, and race. We will read such major bestselling novels as Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin and will also consider the impact of sentimentalism on other forms such as lyric poetry and the slave narrative. (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3456 The Epic Legacy: Imagining Antiquity in The Middle Ages
Description
This course surveys the legacy of classical epic, especially the matter of Troy and Thebes, in medieval literature. Major themes include the relationship between epic and romance, the status of the vernacular (especially English) relative to Latin, the status of pagan religion and philosophy in the hands of medieval (Christian) writers, and the place of women in these imagined antique worlds. (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3457 Medieval Christian Mysticism
Description
A survey of writings in the tradition of medieval Christian mysticism, from Augustine (d. 430) to John of the Cross (d. 1591). Major themes include the use of violent and erotic imagery, the move from Latin to vernacular languages like English, German, Spanish, and French, the importance of gender (whether the author's or the audience's) in the shaping of this literature, and the relevance of medieval mysticism to modern thought. (Also listed as RELI 3458.) Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3460 Introduction to Shakespeare
Description
An introduction to Shakespeare's plays and poetry with special attention to genre and the historical and cultural contexts that produced them. (Offered every year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3465 19th-Century British Poetry
Description
This course examines the poetry of nineteenth-century Britain, emphasizing the major authors and trends associated with the Romantic and/or Victorian eras. Course readings may be themed or selected according to another constraint (e.g. the sonnet, Pre-Raphaelitism, etc.); students may repeat the course as topics vary. (Offered every year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3466 19th-Century British Fiction
Description
This course examines the fiction of nineteenth-century Britain, emphasizing the major authors and trends associated with the Romantic and/or Victorian eras. Course readings may be thematically-linked or selected according to another constraint (e.g. historical fiction, women writers, etc.); students may repeat the course as topics vary. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3470 Early American Literature
Description
Examines the literature of the colonies and early republic, up to 1830. Considers literature in the light of Puritan and Enlightenment attempts to build a nation as well as the social conflicts that undermined those projects. Prerequisite: ENGL 1313 or consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3471 American Literature of the Nineteenth Century
Description
Study of particular periods, literary movements, authors, themes, or genres of nineteenth century American literature. Students may repeat the course as topics vary. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3473 The Jewish Graphic Novel
Description
A Study of the Jewish graphic novel focusing on the developing history of the genre of the graphic novel and the intersection of visual and textual narratives. The readings will be informed by a diversity of theoretical perspectives, including visual culture studies and the graphic novel as cultural product and practice. (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-3475 Postmodern Literature
Description
Major authors and issues involved with the postmodern aesthetic. (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3480 The Modern Novel
Description
This course examines the development of the British and American novel after 1900, with an emphasis on how the works reflect the changing concepts of time, space, and personality. Topics include literary experimentation, Freudian theory, The Great War, stream of consciousness, American expatriation, selfhood, solipsism, and sexual aesthetics. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3484 The American Novel
Description
This course examines the formal and thematic development of the American novel from the early national period to the present, focusing on the evolution of American readers, the novel's engagement with historical controversy and pressing social issues, and the changing place of literary print culture in relation to wider shifts in technology. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-3490 Directed Studies - Junior Level
Description
Independent Study. Discretion of Instructor. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-3616 Writing Internship
Description
Supervised work on individually specified projects under the supervision of departmental faculty. Each project involves work on literary publications. The number of internships varies with available opportunities. Pass/Fail only.
Credits
6 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-4190 Directed Studies - Senior Level
Description
Independent study. Discretion of instructor. Prerequisite: consent of instructor
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-4290 Directed Studies - Senior Level
Description
Independent study. Discretion of instructor. Prerequisite: consent of instructor
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-4304 Restoration Drama
Description
Examines English drama from 1660 to 1800. Covers heroic drama, tragedy, comedy, and satire. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-4330 Studies in Literary and Cultural Theory
Description
Selected topics and issues in contemporary theory, examining major texts of feminism, new historicism, marxism, deconstructionism, psychoanalysis, and literary canons and traditions. May be repeated when topics vary. Prerequisite: ENGL 2311 or consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-4390 Directed Studies - Senior Level
Description
Independent study. Discretion of instructor. Prerequisite: consent of instructor
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-4398 Senior Thesis I
Description
Individual scholarly or creative projects under faculty supervision leading to the preparation of a Senior Thesis. To be taken only by prospective Senior Honors students in the first semester of their senior year. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4399 Senior Thesis II
Description
Individual scholarly or creative projects under faculty supervision leading to the preparation of a Senior Thesis. To be taken only by students in the second semester of their senior year. (Offered every Spring.) Prerequisite: ENGL 4398 and Consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4401 Geoffrey Chaucer
Description
Examines the work of Geoffrey Chaucer. Texts may include the Canterbury Tales, Troilus and Criseyde, or other works. (Offered every year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-4402 Shakespeare
Description
An introduction to Shakespeare's plays with special attention to genre, periodization, and topical issues that situate Shakespeare's plays within their cultural context. Topics will vary and the course may be repeated for up to six hours of credit when topics vary. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4403 Milton
Description
Examines Milton's major poetry and prose in historical, theological, and political contexts. (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4405 Topics in Creative Writing
Description
Extensive writing in a specific form or genre. Maybe repeated once when topics vary. (Offered every year).
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ENGL-4411 Advanced Writing of Creative Nonfiction
Description
Extensive writing in forms and techniques of creative nonfiction (memoir, travel writing, nature writing, etc.). Courses alternate by semester between memoir/personal essay and more research-driven work. May be repeated for up to 6 hours of credit when topic vary. Prerequisite: ENGL 2401 or consent of Instructor
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ENGL-4412 Advanced Fiction Writing
Description
Extensive writing in forms and techniques of fiction. May be repeated for up to 6 hours credit with the permission of instructor. Prerequisite: ENGL 2402 or consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ENGL-4413 Advanced Poetry Writing
Description
Extensive writing in forms and techniques of poetry. May be repeated for up to 8 hours credit with permission of instructor. Prerequisite: ENGL 2403 or consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ENGL-4417 Seminar in Literary Methods
Description
Literary works from more than one historical period examined in relation to a selected thematic or generic topic. May be repeated when topics vary; if appropriate, may count toward a distribution requirement (in which case it does not count as an elective). (Offered occasionally) Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-4418 Seminar in Literary Theme Or Genre
Description
Literary works from more than one historical period examined in relation to a selected thematic or generic topic. May be repeated when topics vary; if appropriate, may count toward a distribution requirement (in which case it does not count as an elective). (Offered every other year).
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ENGL-4419 Studies in Medieval Literature
Description
Selected topics concerning the intersection of literature and culture in medieval England in the context of current critical theory and debate. Topics vary, including selected topics, genres, and cultural issues of Anglo-Saxon and Late Medieval English Literatures. May be repeated when topics vary. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4420 Studies in Early Modern British Literature
Description
Selected topics concerning the intersection of literature and culture in sixteenth and earlier seventeenth-century England in the context of current critical theory and debate. May be repeated when topics vary. (Offered occasionally). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-4421 Studies in Restoration and Eighteenth- Century British Literature
Description
A study of selected topics in the literature and culture of Restoration and eighteenth-century Britain in the context of current critical theory and debate. May be repeated when topics vary. (Offered every year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4422 Studies in 19th-Century British Literature
Description
This course examines special selections of nineteenth-century British literature, with an emphasis on particular genre-crossing themes (e.g. Orientalism) and/or less frequently studied single genres (e.g. non-fiction). Students may repeat the course as topics vary. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4423 Studies in American Literature
Description
Course examines selected topics, genres, and cultural issues of American literature. Includes the Harlem Renaissance; Theory and Practice of American Gothic; The American Short Story. May be repeated when topics vary. Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4425 Seminars in Literary Periods
Description
Examines issues and authors within their specific historical periods. May be repeated when topics vary. (Offered every year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4426 Seminar on Individual Authors
Description
In-depth study of one or more major figures. May be repeated when authors vary. (Offered every year). Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4427 Literature of the Holocaust
Description
Examines cultural, generational, and literary perspectives of the Holocaust.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ENGL-4440 Digital Approaches to English Literature
Description
Digital technologies provide new opportunities for literary studies, allowing scholars to mine texts and advance quantitative claims that would otherwise be impossible to support, to present texts in creative new formats, and to access, organize, and process archival material dispersed around the world. This course will introduce students to some of these possibilities and equip them to use a digital skillset in their study of the humanities. We will survey and assess the current state of the field of the digital humanities, learn some of the skills needed to undertake work in this field, and use those skills to create major digital projects. (Offered every year.) Prerequisite: Completion of at least one English Course.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ENGL-4490 Directed Studies - Senior Level
Description
Independent study. Discretion of instructor. Prerequisite: consent of instructor
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
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Associate Professor
Victoria Aarons
Victoria Aarons, Ph.D.
O.R. & Eva Mitchell Distinguished Professor
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Academic Office Manager
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Michael R. Fischer, Ph.D.
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Visiting Assistant Professor
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Associate Professor
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Assistant Professor
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Associate Professor
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