Semester Course Descriptions

The lists of Spring 2019 courses descriptions now is available.  Instructor changes may occur up to the first day of classes.

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Course Catalog

Language & Linguistics two-year course rotation

Fall:

  • 281 Introduction to Language
  • 411B Grammar
  • 412A Linguistics
  • 412D Phonology (alternate years, currently even)
  • 413A Sociolinguistics
  • 413B Historical Linguistics (alternate years, currently even)
  • 413D Phonetics (alternate years, currently odd)
  • 415A Old English (alternate years, currently odd)
  • 415D Old Norse (alternate years, currently even)

Spring:

  • 281 Introduction to Language
  • 411B Grammar
  • 412A Linguistics
  • 414A History of the English Language
  • 713 Seminar alternating with 413C Topics
  • 416B Language and Gender alternating with 413C Topics

Literature course rotation

Fall Even

  • British Lit-3-4 courses
    • 433A: Shakes: Hist & Trag
    • 441A: Renaissance or 442A: 17C or 482A: Lit Mid Ages or 465A: Eliz & Jacobean Drama
    • 470A: The British Novel or 430A: Major Figures in Brit lit
  • Global/Comparative
    • 486A: Studies POCO Lit/Theory (10&11) or 480A: Studies Comp Lit (CO 11) or 480B: Topics in Comp Lit
  • American Lit-2-3 Courses
    • 450A: Studies 20C Lit or 436A: Major Figs Am Lit
    • 472A: Am Novel I
    • 429C: Lit of Am West or
    • 462B: Am Poetry
  • Theory/Comp Lit-2 courses
    • 428A: Children's lit
    • 488: Ethics & Lit (CO 12)
  • Capstone-3-4 courses
    • 427A: Women & Lit (10 & 13)
    • 491A: Major Texts Envtl Mvmt (12 & 13)
    • 492A: Lang Sci & Soc (12 & 13) or 493A: Am Ideas or 492B: Lang, Lit, & Cult

Spring Odd

  • British Lit-3-4 courses
    • 433B: Shakes: Com & Rom
    • 432A: Chaucer (12)
    • 445A: Victorian Period (CO 12) or 444A: Romantic Movement
    • 471C: 20C Brit Fiction or 470B: Brit Novel II or 471C: 20C Brit Fiction
  • American Lit-2-3 Courses
    • 462D: AM Poetry 1865-1945 or 462E: Am Poetry 1945-Pres
    • 495C: Af-Am Lit (CO 10)
    • 475A Am Autobiography or 472B: Am Novel II or 454A: Studies in Contemp Am Lit
  • Genre: (neither Brit Nor Am)- 1-course: If offered, reduce either Am or Brit offerings by 1
    • 466B: Modern Drama or 468A: Contemp Drama or 461B: Mod Brit/Am Poetry
  • Theory/Interdisciplinary-1 course
    • 421A-Modern Lit Crit or
    • 422A: Topics in Lit Theory
  • Capstone-3-4 courses
    • 497B: Ethnic, Gender & Am ID (10, 12, & 13)
    • 484A: Bible as Lit (12 & 13)
    • 490A: Gender & Sexual Identity in Lit (CO 10& 13)

Fall Odd

  • British Lit-3-4 courses
    • 433A: Shakes: Hist & Trag
    • 440A: Med Engl Lit or 482A: Lit Middle Ages or 464B: Drama before Shakes or 431A: Beowulf
    • 443B: Restn/18C Lit or 465B: Restn/18C Drama or 442A: 17C or 441A: Renaissance or 435A: Milto
    • 447A: Contemp Brit Lit or 430A: Major Figs Brit Lit or 470A: The British Novel
  • Global/Comparative
    • 486A: Studies POCO Lit/Theory (10 & 11) or 480A: Studies Comp Lit (CO 11) or 480B: Topics Comp Lit or 483A: Intl Fiction 19/20C
  • American Lit-2-3 Courses
    • 472A: Am Novel I or 462B: Am Poetry
    • 493A: American Ideas (Capstone)
  • Theory/Comp Lit-2 courses
    • 428A: Children's lit
    • 488: Ethics & Lit (12)
  • Capstone-3-4 courses
    • 427A: Women & Lit (10 & 13)
    • 491A: Major Texts Envtl Mvmt (12 & 13)
    • 492A: Lang Sci & Soc (12 & 13) or 493A: Am Ideas or 492B: Lang, Lit, & Cult

Spring Even

  • British Lit-3-4 courses
    • 433B: Shakes: Com & Rom
    • 432A: Chaucer (12)
    • Victorian Period (12) or 444A: Rom Movement
    • 470B: Brit Novel II or 471C: 20th-C British Fiction or 450A: Studies 20C Lit
  • Genre (neither Brit Nor Am)-if offered, reduce either Am or Brit by 1 or 466B: Modern Drama or 468A: Contemp Drama
  • American Lit-2-4 Courses
    • 472B: Am Novel II or 454A: Contemp Am Lit
    • 462D: Am Poetry 1865-1945 or 462E: Am Poetry 1945-Pres
    • 475A: Am Autobiography or 497A: Topics Multicult Lit
    • 494A: Native Am Lit (Capstone) or 497A: Topics Multicult Lit
  • Theory/Interdisciplinary-1 course
    • 491C: Topics in Cult & Envt or 421A-Modern Lit Crit or 422A: Topics in Lit Theory  or 475B: Lit Nonfiction
  • Capstone-3-4 courses
    • 497B: Ethnicity, Gender & Am ID (10, 12, & 13)
    • 484A: Bible as Lit (12 & 13)
    • 427A: Women & Lit (10 & 13)