Spring 2018 classes offered in English as of Sunday, 12/17/2017 at 12:00 PM
schedSpringENGL report generated: 17-DEC-17


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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A1220923


WF11:00-11:50FH_236Pitre,TM21165990
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M11:00-11:50FH_202



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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A2220933


T13:00-14:20SCIA_460Winter,LL2114700
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R13:00-14:20FH_234Winter,LL


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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A3221833


TR09:00-10:20FH_203Duckart,TD2181300
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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A4221843


WF15:00-15:50TA_011Pitre,TM21111000
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M15:00-15:50HGH_115



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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A5221853


MF16:00-16:50FH_204Ben-Zvi,SD2161500
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W16:00-16:50FH_202



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B1220943IA

MWF12:00-12:50FH_234Gai,SD2118300
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B2220953IA

MWF13:00-13:50FH_234Gai,SD2116500
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B4220973IA

MWF11:00-11:50FH_234Duckart,TD2121000
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B5220983IA

MWF14:00-14:50FH_234Gai,SD2117400
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B6220993IA

MWF08:00-08:50FH_234Amann,NC2114700
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B7221003IA

WF09:00-09:50FH_204Amann,NC2121000
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M09:00-09:50SCIA_364



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B9221023IA

MW09:00-09:50FH_236Olsen,JM2121000
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F09:00-09:50FH_202



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B10221033IA

MWF08:00-08:50FH_108Olsen,JM2119200
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B11221043IA

T11:00-12:20FH_203Olsen,JM2119200
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R11:00-12:20FH_234Olsen,JM


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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B12221053IA

T09:00-10:20HGH_117Ahokas,MM2122-100
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R09:00-10:20FH_202



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B13221063IA

T13:00-14:20FH_234Ahokas,MM2119200
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R13:00-14:20SCIA_460Ahokas,MM


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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B14221073IA

MWF09:00-09:50FH_234Sullivan,EM2121000
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B15221083IA

TR09:00-10:20FH_234Sullivan,EM2117400
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B16221093IA

MWF15:00-15:50FH_234Duckart,TD2116500
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B17221103IA

WF12:00-12:50FH_235Giannini,NR2121000
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M12:00-12:50SCIA_364



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B18221133IA

WF14:00-14:50FH_232Giannini,NR2120100
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M14:00-14:50SH_119



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B19221143IA

MW14:00-14:50FH_206Ahokas,MM2121000
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F14:00-14:50FH_202



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B20221153IA

WF16:00-16:50FH_235Pitre,TM2120100
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M16:00-16:50FH_202



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B21221163IA

MW08:00-08:50FH_178Sullivan,EM2113800
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F08:00-08:50FH_202



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B22221173IA

MF09:00-09:50HGH_226Ben-Zvi,SD2121000
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W09:00-09:50FH_202



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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B23221183IA

MWF16:00-16:50FH_234Duckart,TD21111000
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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B24221193IA

T11:00-12:20FH_234Winter,LL2120100
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R11:00-12:20FH_203Winter,LL


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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B26221213IA

MW15:00-15:50FH_235Marsden,KL21111000
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F15:00-15:50FH_202



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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric1221253


MWF12:00-12:50FH_203Olsen,JM2525000
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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric2221263


MWF13:00-13:50SH_120Olsen,JM2525000
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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric3221273below

MWF10:00-10:50FH_203Winter,LL2525000
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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric4221283below

R09:00-10:20HGH_117Winter,LL2424000
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T09:00-10:20FH_202



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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric5221293below


-ONLWinter,LL2020000
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ENGL 105 Literature, Media, and Culture1212593


MWF10:00-10:50HGH_204Marsden,KL2322100
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ENGL 107 Critical Writing1217163


TR07:30-08:50FH_203Amann,NC25121300
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ENGL 120 Intro to English Major1212604


MW15:00-16:50FH_236Ahokas,MM3022800
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ENGL 200 Academic Wrtg & Revision Wkshp1212623


MWF11:00-11:50SH_118Ben-Zvi,SD2471700
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ENGL 200 Academic Wrtg & Revision Wkshp2212633


TR13:00-14:20SH_119Sullivan,EM2471700
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ENGL 211 Intro Creative Writing1212644


MW15:00-16:50SH_120McKnight,HE2020000
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ENGL 211 Intro Creative Writing2212654


MW09:00-10:50FH_181McKnight,HE2020000
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ENGL 215 Info Lit and Writers Seminar2221372


M13:00-14:50FH_202Sullivan,EM1811700
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ENGL 215 Info Lit and Writers Seminar3221382


T15:00-16:50FH_234Duckart,TD1814400
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ENGL 220 Literature, Identity & Rprsntn1212664


MW11:00-12:50FH_108Creadon,M3030000
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ENGL 225 Intro to Language Analysis1212674


TR09:00-10:50GH_218Scott,SP3030000
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ENGL 230 Survey of British Lit1223264


MW15:00-16:50FH_108Creadon,M30141600
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ENGL 306 Contemporary Texts1214003below

T17:00-19:50FH_236McIntyre,SK33171600
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ENGL 308B Women in Literature (domestic)1217923


MWF10:00-10:50HGH_226Giannini,NR25151000
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ENGL 311 Environmental Writing1212704


MW17:00-18:50FH_203Adsit,J2424000
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ENGL 314 Creative Writing: Nonfiction1217944


TR15:00-16:50FH_181McKnight,HE2020000
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ENGL 315 Creative Writing: Fiction1212714


F10:00-13:50FH_181Brown,JM2016400
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ENGL 316 Creative Writing: Poetry1217534


MW15:00-16:50FH_125Brown,JM2020000
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ENGL 320 Practical Criticism1212724


MW13:00-14:50FH_203Stacey,DE2518700
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ENGL 320 Practical Criticism2219424


TR13:00-14:50TA_110Stacey,DE2524100
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ENGL 326 Language Studies for Teachers1212754


MW17:00-18:50FH_178
2525000
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ENGL 328 Structure of American English1212764


TR17:00-18:50FH_108
30151500
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ENGL 336 American Ethnic Lit1212774below

TR17:00-18:50FH_235Accomando,C1515000
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ENGL 342 Special Topics in Shakespeare1217524below

TR09:00-10:50SH_128Giannini,NR3030000
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ENGL 344 Young Adult Literature1217933


TR11:00-12:20NR_201Hobbel,NG4040000
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ENGL 360 Special Studies in Lit1219824below

T17:00-20:50FH_179Winston,JM25141100
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ENGL 406 Trad Comp Study/Digital Pract1217964


TR15:00-16:50FH_163Tremain,LD2591600
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ENGL 417 Second Language Acquisition1217953


MW13:00-14:20TA_011Scott,SP2518700
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ENGL 424 Communication in Writing I1212803


TR15:00-16:20SH_120Hartline,AJ2524100
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ENGL 450 Tutoring Developing Writers1212822


T15:00-16:50FH_235Marsden,KL25141100
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ENGL 461 Literary Magazines & Audiences1267694


R17:00-20:50FH_202Adsit,J2020000
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ENGL 465B Dmstc Multicult Iss in Lit/Lng1219044below

MW11:00-12:50HGH_204Accomando,C1312100
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ENGL 482 Intern. Tch. Wrtng, Lit, Ling.00
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101990
  
ENGL 490 Senior Project Seminar2217512


W17:00-18:50FH_181Hobbel,NG2017300
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ENGL 499 Directed Study00
1-4IA





101990
  
ENGL 536 Problems in Form, Genre, Media1226664


M17:00-20:50FH_236Stacey,DE20101000
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ENGL 560 Special Studies in Lit1227354below

T17:00-20:50FH_179Winston,JM51400
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ENGL 605 Cultural Studies Introduction1227794


R17:00-20:50FH_181Winston,JM20101000
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ENGL 614 Teaching ESL Reading & Writing1226684


W17:00-20:50FH_236Scott,SP2061400
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ENGL 681 Internship in Teaching Lit00
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101990
  
ENGL 682 Internship in Teaching Writing

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101990
  
ENGL 684 Intern Teaching ESL

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101990
  
ENGL 690 Master's Project

1-4IA





101990
  
ENGL 699 Independent Study

1-4IA





101990
  



* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on the Saturday preceding the first day of classes.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Zero cost text: There are either no texts, or the materials/texts for this class are free.

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections must also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.

Class notes
schedSpringENGL report generated: 17-DEC-17
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Class Notes
ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric22127Hybrid: a blend of classroom meetings, online assignments, and one-on-one conferences. Class meets in person Monday/Wednesday with Friday work online. Canvas proficiency, time-management skills, and consistent attendance are required.
ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric22128Science Fiction/Fantasy Theme: an opportunity for sci-fi/fantasy fans to read, analyze, discuss, and write about these complex and evolving genres.
ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric22129Online: Class will not meet in person but students will have face-to-face conferences with instructor. Canvas proficiency, time-management skills, and a more independent learning style are required.
ENGL 306 Contemporary Texts21400Graphic Novels/Comics as Literature: We will explore comics and graphic novels created for today's adult reader across fiction and nonfiction genres, including contemporary fiction, SciFi/fantasy, memoir, historical and realistic fiction, and more.
ENGL 336 American Ethnic Lit21277Asian American Literatures. Poetry, fiction, memoir, graphic novel, and spoken word, including Island, No No Boy, Dogeaters, Song I Sing, Dirty River, American Born Chinese. The US has used racist laws to distinguish between "Asian" and "American"; Asian American cultures emerge anyway, offering alternative sites for reading the nation. This class is cross-listed with ES 336.
ENGL 342 Special Topics in Shakespeare21752Shakespeare in Performance: This course will study a number of Shakespeare's plays as scripts for theatrical and cinematic performance. In order to more fully explore the relationship between text and performance, we will learn about early modern staging practices as well as modern approaches to staging early modern plays; we will also watch and analyze scenes from film and stage productions of assigned plays.
ENGL 360 Special Studies in Lit21982Topic: Queer Women's Memoir. This course examines immigrant and working-class women's narratives, graphic memoir, and collected essays and interviews by queer activists of color. Read Daisy Hernandez, Jeanette Winterson, Dorothy Allison, Cristy C. Road, and Barbara Smith. Our foci will be self-representation and narrative form, intersectional identities, and activist histories.
ENGL 465B Dmstc Multicult Iss in Lit/Lng21904Topic: Reading and Writing the Borderlands. Read Gloria Anzaldua's groundbreaking Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza alongside Imaniman: Poets Writing in the Anzalduan Borderlands. These diverse writers interrogate, complicate, and personalize the borderlands in transgressive and transformative ways, opening new paths for the next generation of spiritual, political and cultural border-crossers. This class is cross-listed with ES 465B and WS 465B.
ENGL 560 Special Studies in Lit22735Topic: Queer Women's Memoir. This course examines immigrant and working-class women's narratives, graphic memoir, and collected essays and interviews by queer activists of color. Read Daisy Hernandez, Jeanette Winterson, Dorothy Allison, Cristy C. Road, and Barbara Smith. Our foci will be self-representation and narrative form, intersectional identities, and activist histories.