Students work on-site in an organization doing writing-related work and meet weekly to discuss related topics. For example, we will read the Brothers Grimm fairy tale "Hansel and Gretel" alongside Michael Cunningham?s short story "Crazy Old Lady." English 4564.04: Major Author in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Literature — Bob Dylan Provides intensive practice in the fundamentals of expository writing, as illustrated in the student's own writing and in the essays of professional writers. Instructor: Elizabeth Rose-Cohen GE: Cultures and Ideas Instructor: Jessica Prinz  GE: Writing and Communication—Level 1, English-1110.03: First-Year English Composition More immersive than a traditional book, with the portability and ease of digital music, it allows listeners the freedom to get lost in worlds that they can hear, while giving composers a whole new way of expressing themselves. We will also learn how to recognize and respond to ableist language and the exclusion of disabled voices and identities. A composition course in which students analyze and compose digital media texts while studying complex forms and practices of textual production. Greenblatt, third edition, in two volumes (Early Plays and Later Plays). Students will have the opportunity to use three writing styles to describe the same cultural event or practice: an objective, third person paper; a confessional first person paper and a third paper in which students select the style most appropriate for their subject matter. Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher were two of the most popular and innovative playwrights in Renaissance England. 3,022 Likes, 39 Comments - William & Mary (@william_and_mary) on Instagram: “Move-In looks a little different this year, and we know there are mixed emotions right now. Therefore, we won't be considering genre fiction (romance, sci-fi, fantasy, etc.). Instructor: Amanda Ingram English 3662: An Introduction to Literary Publishing Instructor: Sarah Neville Instructor: Jessica Prinz GE: VPA, ENGLISH-2264: Introduction to Popular Culture Studies English 2367.06: Composing Disability in the U.S.  What can this particular subgenre of science fiction tell us about purposes of literary speculation? English 3304: Business and Professional Writing Instructor: Staff English 2367.06: Composing Disability in the US  Instructor: Staff  English 4565: Advanced Fiction Writing Texts: Literature, film and scholarship by Audre Lorde, Gloria Anzaldúa, Daniel Heath Justice, Bushra Rehman, Michael Bronski, Tee Franklin, Jenni Livingston, Craig Womack, Assignments: Weekly discussion comments, short written exercises, exploratory final project. Analysis and discussion of student work, with reference to the general methods and scope of all three genres. Students will work in groups to produce a collaborative project related to one of the central themes. English 4565: Advanced Fiction Writing The bulk of the class will focus on an examination of recent films that seek to emulate or improve upon the unique characteristics of video games. Most of our in-class time will involve workshopping course deliverables and writing collaboratively. Instructor: James Fredal  Taught in conjunction with English 5797. Potential texts: Other texts TBA but will not exceed two books totaling $35. All work on the film will be completed remotely to conform with safe social distancing guidelines. Instructor: Staff  English 4583: Special Topics in World Literature in English  GE: Writing and Communication—Level 1, English 1110.03: First-Year English Composition — Meanings Behind Movie Posters Off On. Instructor: Suzannah Showler GE: Cultures and Ideas. We will take about media storage options on the first day of class. Not the whole thing, but much of it, to understand what it says, what it doesn’t say, and what it means. *Traditional and online sections available  Instructor: Staff Instructor: Martha Sims Instructor: James Fredal 96 talking about this. This means that you will read your peers’ writing closely, offering sincere and engaged feedback in the form of both written responses and in-class discussion. Prereq: 2367. : Mad Max: Fury Road (2015); Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Vol. We will close with two contemporary novels: Ali Smith's Autumn (first post-Brexit novel) and Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go, astirring meditation on the human. It tracks diverging moments of self-defined queer emergence by the late 1960s through their adaptation and expansion in response to changing state, social and historical conditions in the late twentieth century and early twenty-first century. GE: Literature, English 3372 (20): Science Fiction and/or Fantasy: Feminism and Science Fiction As an introduction to the interrelated fields of Writing, Rhetoric and Literacy, this course familiarizes students with key concepts and research and scholarly methods that underlie work in these interrelated fields, including rhetorical analysis, qualitative studies, and historical and archival research. Instructor: Jared Gardner For students who have experience with the basic elements of writing fiction. Instructors: Sandra MacPherson Study of literatures written in English and produced outside of the U.S. and Britain; topics include colonial/postcolonial writing, regional literature, theoretical and historical approaches, genres. Experience What are the relationships between Tolkien`s monsters and the elves, dragons and trolls of folklore and medieval epic? To approach these questions, we will focus on a global archive of fiction, creative non-fiction, activist events, philosophy and artistic production. The course will engage with writing tutoring as both theory and practice, preparing students to work in the Writing Center itself, or to work in broader contexts of writing education such as classroom teaching and community literacy programs. In many cases, we will examine Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby through different lenses in order to get a feel for how these approaches illuminate the richness of a single text. In the United States, we spend almost $10,000 per person per year on health care, while also being bombarded with information about the “Campus Mental Health Crisis.” Buzzfeed videos show us the latest stair-climbing wheelchair; Twitter debates Serena Williams’s choice of athletic attire; and Facebook is filled with requests to donate to GoFundMe for a person whose life-saving surgery has left them bankrupt. These projects might include editorial responses to technical documents, science policy memos, magazine-style pieces and museum materials. Our readings and discussions will lead to important questions about the nature and status of celebrity, irony, sexuality, poetry, authorship and empire in nineteenth-century Britain. English 4592: Special Topics in Women in Literature and Culture — Medieval Women Instructors: Christiane Buuck, Daniel Seward and Christa Teston Study of selected plays designed to give an understanding of drama as theatrical art and as an interpretation of fundamental human experience. Guiding questions: How do people express themselves in traditional forms? GE: Cultures and Ideas, English 2280 (10): The English Bible Instructor: Louise Edwards  Magicians. Instructor: Roger Cherry All students are required to watch the entire series before our class begins. We will read novels, essays, autobiographies, poetry and political treatises by authors including: Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, Phillis Wheatley, Susanna Rowson, Olaudah Equiano, James Madison, Charles Brockden Brown, Judith Sargent Murray, Quobna Ottobah Cuguono and Royall Tyler. How do doctors' perspectives and patients' perspectives differ, and what, if anything, should be done to close those differences? We will also practice some court-room procedures of our own in mock=trials. Examination of the elements of fiction—plot, character, setting, narrative, perspective, theme, etc.—and their various interrelations; comparisons with nonfictional narrative may be included. We will consider the indexical (the representation of reality), the structural and the narrative—and issues of character and representation in non-fiction cinema. We’ll think about how his plays work as theater; how he adapts and transforms the source material on which so many of his plays depend; how Shakespeare can be such an “original” when he borrows so much from other writers; how he can create such deep and realistic characters; and how it is that Shakespeare can accomplish all of the above (and more) through language. We will also consider a set of wonderful short stories by the following authors: S. Rushdie, K. Vonnegut, R. Carver, N. Hornby, R. Ellison, J. Cheever, D. Sedaris and D.F. Instructor: Hannibal Hamlin  Guiding questions: How do people work collectively in their communities in the face of human rights violations related to cultural sustainability, disability, immigrant status or other issues? Please do not let your lack of experience with technology intimidate you. I'll ask each student to present two essays for workshop discussion. Discussion and practice of the conventions, practices and expectations of scholarly reading of literature and expository writing on issues relating to diversity within the U.S. experience. Students investigate and explore linguistic variation, accents of American English and the implications of language evaluation in educational settings. English 1110.03 (10): First-Year English Composition  Instructor: Staff  No prior knowledge of contemporary science or literature is required. GE: Literature; Diversity (Social Diversity in the U.S.); Writing and Communication—Level 2, English 2367.02H: Literature in the U.S. Information sessions will be on October 28 at 10am and November 10 at 4pm via Zoom. Analysis and discussion of student work, with reference to the general methods and scope of all three genres. Focuses on themes and issues in LGBTQ literature and culture. Together, we’ll discuss concepts like normal, passing, inspiration and access, and consider how these concepts emerge and are contested through individual authors’ and artists’ composing practices. Instructor: Sonya Bilocerkowycz GE: Writing and Communication (Level Two) Cross-listed in AfAmASt. Instructor: Gavin Johnson Main course requirements include two exams and two short papers designed to build your skills in literary interpretation. This seminar explores queer and transgender cultural strategies for movement building from their moments of emergence in the 1960s through their continual re-imagining in response to changing conditions and state and social efforts to target, police and assimilate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people by the twenty-first century. Where is television going as an art form in the 21st century? Instructor: David Grandouiller Princesses. We also offer creative writing workshops in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Students will develop their research skills by means of a researched essay or creative project. It has always been a basic premise of rhetoric that all texts have an impact on their audience. So you will create your own original piece of writing that sounds just like your favorite author--while also sounding just like you. *This course will be an introduction to the arts of persuasion as taught and practiced through the discipline of rhetoric and sophistic since the fifth century B.C. Our in-depth exploration will include selected comedies and tragedies, a few poems and a lot of fun along the way. Instructor: Kelsey Hagarman Instructor: Jennifer Higginbotham Study of the history of literary criticism and of special topics in critical theory; study of the developments and basic texts in literary criticism and critical theory from Plato to Oscar Wilde. This Honors Seminar will consider literature from 1945, and its relation to science. We will discover that Hamlet is not one unchanging thing: Shakespeare’s play survives in three quite distinct early printed versions and its cultural afterlife is one of continual change, adaptation and reimagining. Select "Education Abroad," and "Getting Started," then search programs by country - Greece. Instructor: Jacob Scheier-Schwartz Instructor: Frederick Luis Aldama Instructor: Thomas Davis  Classes and short assignments will cover issues like: In addition, over the course of the term students will learn the types, tools and methods of literary criticism that English scholars employ as they construct projects in both print and digital media. This class is a prerequisite for any undergraduate student to apply for a tutoring position at the university Writing Center, though many students take the class to learn more about the practices and politics of writing education in and beyond the classroom. Instructor: Jessie Male The course is a discussion-based and your participation and attendance are not merely encouraged but expected. "Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass." Instructor: David Riede Therefore, part of this class will be dedicated to developing and practicing collaborative writing skills and strategies. This is a creative writing workshop that focuses on short literary fiction. Of course, first and foremost, we will be reading some wonderful literature. Instructor: Francis Donoghue  This semester-long, experientially-based course will consist of three parts: Thus, throughout the semester, students will practice all of the skills necessary to construct a permanent record of local expressive culture that will be accessible to future researchers and community members. Each student will present two pieces or original fiction for workshop discussion and significantly revise one of those pieces to submit at the end of the semester. GE: Writing and Communication—Level 1, English 1110.01: First-Year English Composition Why would a novel published in 1948 appear relevant today? *Traditional and online sections available What new objects of cultural horror do modern Gothic stories unearth? Collecting and analyzing literacy narratives (or literacy stories) is an important research strategy that can be used to document the history and current activities of any community. Its purpose is to familiarize students with literary studies in such a way as to prepare them for advanced courses in all literary fields and the genres of Creative Writing. Instructor: Martin Ponce They are Jane Austen fanatics. But the main focus will be on the practice of graphic artists, including Alison Bechdel, Ian Williams, Ellen Forney, and many others. GE: Literature, English 2261 (40): Introduction to Fiction Instructor: Nancy Johnson GE: Literature In conversations about nonfiction and its basis in verifiable facts, how do we handle the unverifiable—the supernatural, the eerie, the awesome, the magical? Classes will consist of lecture and discussion, but mostly discussion, I hope. Insulting others or violating Reddit site-wide rules is grounds for a ban. Beginning in the nineteenth century up to the present day, we will explore various trends in poetic form and gain a sophisticated understanding of poetic terms. Over the course of the semester, we will explore "Byromania" as it emerges in Byron's major works, shorter lyrics, and "metaphysical dramas." What about aliens? Assignments will include two short critical papers, a midterm test and a final exam. In late sixteenth-century London, on the south bank of the Thames, amongst bear-baiting rings and brothels stood a round wooden theater that brought together people from all walks of life—aristocrats and merchants, cobblers and tailors, seamstresses and fishwives. In the Victorian period, the novel became the dominant literary form in Britain, providing a means both to express cultural anxieties and to escape them. Examine writing in various workplaces. The workshop will require students to analyze the work of their peers and provide constructive feedback. The purpose of this course is to offer you a chance to think through and discuss these complicated discourses—what they say, how they circulate, what cultural stories they unearth and ultimately what they mean for you and your own understanding of health and illness. Instructor: Jenny Patton  English 2269 (10): Digital Media Composing Examination of the elements of fiction—plot, character, setting, narrative, perspective, theme, etc.—and their various interrelations. Dramatic works combine the storytelling art of narrative and the lyrical art of poetry with live performance in front of a group of viewers. GE: VPA, ENGLISH-2270: Introduction to Folklore English 1110.02 (120): First-Year English Composition  We will focus on the contemporary period to see how filmmakers and comic book creators build their storyworlds as well as audience consumption. English 3304: Business and Professional Writing No background in video game play is necessary. Students with digital media skills are encouraged to enroll. We will begin by analyzing a wide range of texts to situate ourselves within the history of unconventional writing. Instructor: Frederick Aldama  In this course we will interrogate and resist standards of beauty, able-bodiedness, and able-mindedness. 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