Department of Languages and Literature

English Language & Literature Course Rotation

The Department's English Language & Literature courses are offered regularly during a two-year cycle. The calendar which follows is intended for planning purposes only; please note that it may be subject to change based on curricular and staffing needs.

 

Fall, even years   fall 2018, fall 2020, fall 2022

LITR 255 | American Literature I

LITR 257 | British Literature I

LITR 259 | World Literature

LITR 279 | U.S. Multiethnic Literature

LITR 281 | Gender and Literature

LITR 298 | Advanced Academic and Nonfiction Writing

LITR 301 | Advanced U.S. Literary & Cultural Studies

LITR 307 | Modern English Language

LITR 399 | Senior Seminar

Spring, odd years   sp. 2019, sp. 2021, sp. 2023

LITR 210 | Literature and Film

LITR 256 | American Literature II

LITR 258 | British Literature II

LITR 263 | Literature of the Early Modern Period

LITR 264/364 | Global/Postcolonial Lit. & Theory

LITR 266 | Studies in the Novel

LITR 299 | Introduction to Literary Analysis

LITR 357 | The Nineteenth Century

LITR 381 | Theories of Gender in Literary Analysis

 

Fall, odd years  fall 2019, fall 2021, fall 2023

LITR 250/350 | Medieval Literature

LITR 255 | American Literature I

LITR 257 | British Literature I

LITR 268 | Studies in Drama

LITR 269 | Introduction to Creative Writing

LITR 298 | Advanced Academic and Nonfiction Writing

LITR 305 | Critical Theory

LITR 385 |  Major Authors and Genres

LITR 399 | Senior Seminar

Spring, even years  sp. 2018, sp. 2020, spring 2022

LITR 256 | American Literature II

LITR 258 | British Literature II

LITR 265 | Shakespeare

LITR 267 | Studies in Poetry

LITR 280 | African-American Literature

LITR 299 | Introduction to Literary Analysis

LITR 315 | American Literary Realism and Naturalism

LITR 362 | Modern Literature

 

** LITR 150 (Themes in Literature), LITR 291 (Topics in Lit.), and LITR 391 (Advanced Topics in Lit.) offered periodically.

If I read a book and it makes my whole body so cold no fire can ever warm me, I know that is poetry.

– Emily Dickinson