Fall 2020 classes offered in English as of Tuesday, 07/07/2020 at 08:15 AM
schedFallENGL report generated: 07-JUL-20


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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A1419373


MWF08:00-08:50ONLAmann,NC2121
000

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A3419393


MWF10:00-10:50ONLGiannini,NR2121
000

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A4419403


MWF13:00-13:50ONLSullivan,EM219
1200

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A5419413


MWF13:00-13:50ONLOlsen,JM217
1400

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A6419423


MWF09:00-09:50ONLGiannini,NR218
1300

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A8434863below

MWF14:00-14:50ONLBen-Zvi,SD210
2100

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A9419433


MWF12:00-12:50ONLOlsen,JM2112
900

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A11419453below


-ONLOlsen,JM206
1400

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A12419463


MWF09:00-09:50ONLAmann,NC2121
000

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A15419493below


-ONLGai,S200
2000

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A17419513


MWF14:00-14:50ONLPitre,TM2118
300

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A18434963


TR11:00-12:20ONLOlsen,JM2121
000

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A19419523


MWF12:00-12:50ONLMarsden,KL217
1400

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ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A21419543


TR13:00-14:20ONLOlsen,JM2116
500

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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B1419603IA

MWF08:00-08:50ONLAhokas,MM2116
500

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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B2419613IA

MWF11:00-11:50ONLAhokas,MM2119
200

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ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric B3419623IA

MWF15:00-15:50ONLAhokas,MM2114
700

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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric1419673below


-ONL
20601400

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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric3419683below


-ONLSullivan,EM20401600

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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric4434983


MWF12:00-12:50ONLPitre,TM24240000

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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric5419693


TR07:30-08:50ONLAmann,NC251101400

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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric7435003


MWF10:00-10:50ONLMarsden,KL25190600

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ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric8419703


MWF12:00-12:50ONLGiannini,NR251001500

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ENGL 110 Academic Literacy Lab1419761


M15:00-16:50ONLMarsden,KL2121
000
FREETexts
ENGL 110 Academic Literacy Lab2419771


T15:00-16:50ONLMarsden,KL2115
600
FREETexts
ENGL 120 Intro to English Major1419784


TR15:00-16:50ONLAhokas,MM3030
000

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ENGL 211 Intro Creative Writing1419794


TR17:00-18:50ONLMcKnight,HE2012
800

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ENGL 211 Intro Creative Writing2419804


TR13:00-14:50ONLMcKnight,HE2019
100

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ENGL 220 Literature, Identity & Rprsntn1419814


MW13:00-14:50ONLWinston,JM2726
100

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ENGL 225 Intro to Language Analysis1419824


MW15:00-16:50ONLWicklund,M3030
000

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ENGL 232 Survey of American Lit1419834below

MW15:00-16:50ONLAccomando,C301101900

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ENGL 240 Caribbean Literature1419844below

MW09:00-10:50ONLEldridge,MS3021
900

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ENGL 305 Postcolonial Perspectives1419853


TR15:00-16:20ONLEldridge,MS4015
2500

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ENGL 311 Environmental Writing1419864


TR13:00-14:50ONLDelgado,A2414
1000

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ENGL 315 Creative Writing: Fiction1419874


MW15:00-16:50ONLAdsit,J2020
000

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ENGL 319 Digital Rhetorics and Writing1419884


TR15:00-16:50ONLDelgado,A258
1700

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ENGL 320 Practical Criticism1419894


TR13:00-14:50ONLHobbel,NG2515
1000

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ENGL 328 Structure of American English1419904


TR09:00-10:50ONLButler,L3016
1400

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ENGL 336 Performing Race & Gender1425964below

MW11:00-12:50ONLAccomando,C1818
000

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ENGL 350 Black Britain1436114below

TR13:00-14:50ONLEldridge,MS2510
1500

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ENGL 370 Palestinian Literature1425984below

TR09:00-10:50ONLWinston,JM2519
600SR
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ENGL 420 The Country and the City1425994below

MW13:00-14:50ONLCreadon,M88
000

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ENGL 422 Advanced Research Writing1436124



-ONLAdsit,J2512
1300SR
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ENGL 426 Communication in Writing II1419913



-ONLHobbel,NG2519
600

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ENGL 450 Tutoring Developing Writers1419922



-ONLSullivan,EM258
1700

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ENGL 460 Literary Editing1419934


MW17:00-18:50ONLHernandez,MA2016
400

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ENGL 490 Senior Project Seminar1419942


R17:00-18:50ONLGiannini,NR2014
600
NONETexts
ENGL 570 Palestinian Literature1426004below

TR09:00-10:50ONLWinston,JM90
900SR
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ENGL 600 Graduate Studies Introduction1419954


T17:00-20:50ONLAdsit,J154
1100

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ENGL 611 Reading & Writing Pedagogy I1436134


M17:00-20:50ONLTremain,LD206
1400

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* 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 July 1st.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students. This number may be reduced by enrollments in other cross-listed class sections.
* 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)
* Permanent Text Status: If the particular course is indicated as NONE, there are no required texts. If indicated as FREE, text materials are offered free to students.
* Bookstore Text Info: Link to Bookstore text details for all courses that potentially have required texts.

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
schedFallENGL report generated: 07-JUL-20
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Class Notes
ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A43486This writing course is STEM-specific, and is best for students who plan to major in science or mathematics.
ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A41945This online course is asynchronous; students will access materials and learn through self-guided lesson modules on a flexible schedule.
ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric A41949This online course is asynchronous; students will access materials and learn through self-guided lesson modules on a flexible schedule.
ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric41967This online course is asynchronous; students will access materials and learn through self-guided lesson modules on a flexible schedule.
ENGL 104 Accelerated Comp and Rhetoric41968This online course is asynchronous; students will access materials and learn through self-guided lesson modules on a flexible schedule.
ENGL 232 Survey of American Lit41983U.S. Literature, Social Change & Racial Justice: Examine definitions of "American" and "citizen," and constructions of race, gender, family, borders, war, art, community, and resistance. Read multi-ethnic authors from Frederick Douglass and Walt Whitman to Javier Zamora and Claudia Rankine.
ENGL 240 Caribbean Literature41984Special Topic Description: Focuses on the literature, history, and culture of the English-speaking Caribbean, emphasizing the role of diaspora and oral tradition in the region's literary history.
ENGL 336 Performing Race & Gender42596Special Topic Description: Performing Race and Gender: Analyze literature that exposes the rewards/punishments for fitting into or challenging constructed boxes of race, gender, and sexuality. Gabby Rivera, Denice Frohman, Deborah Miranda, Franny Choi, Martin Sherman, Tim'm West, and Boots Riley's film Sorry to Bother You.
ENGL 350 Black Britain43611Special Topic Description: History, theory, literature, and film of the multi-racial żblackż culture built by people of African, Caribbean and South Asian descent in the UK, particularly in the period after World War II.
ENGL 370 Palestinian Literature42598Special Topic Description: Palestinian Literature (4 units). Read Palestinian poetry, fiction, memoir, and essay, including U.S. Palestinian writers. Examine themes of home, land, memory, identity, exile, and state violence. Discuss historical, political, and literary contexts, using postcolonial and decolonial feminist frameworks.
ENGL 420 The Country and the City42599Special Topic Description: Read postmodern theory, pastoral literary theory, ecocriticism, literary urban studies, theories of literary form, Marxist theory, postcolonial theory, theories of literary history. Read literary texts by global, British and American artists.
ENGL 570 Palestinian Literature42600Special Topic Description: Palestinian Literature (4 units). Read Palestinian poetry, fiction, memoir, and essay, including U.S. Palestinian writers. Examine themes of home, land, memory, identity, exile, and state violence. Discuss historical, political, and literary contexts, using postcolonial and decolonial feminist frameworks.