Graduate Course Index

List of All Graduate Courses

6301, 6302 Directed Studies.

Tutorial readings in an area of the student’s choice, to be approved by the Director of Graduate Studies and the instructor, up to a maximum of 6 credits toward the Ph.D.

6310 Advanced Literary Studies.

Readings and practice in research methods and materials, bibliography and textual editing, and the history and practices of the profession. Required of all doctoral candidates.

6311 Survey of Literary Criticism.

Readings in criticism and theory from Aristotle through contemporary approaches. Required of all doctoral candidates.

6312 Teaching Practicum.

Course in pedagogy for English teachers at the university level.

Proseminars: ENGL 6320 through 6380 open to Masters and Doctoral candidates, and to advanced undergraduates with Instructor’s and Director of Graduate Studies’ permission.


6313 Rhetorical Theory:

Studies in rhetoric from classical Greece through current rhetorical theory.

6320 Medieval Literature.

Studies in Anglo-Saxon and British writers and literary-cultural history through c. 1500.

6330 Early Modern British Literature.

Studies in major British writers and literary cultural history from c. 1500 – 1775.

6335 Early Modern American Literature.

Studies in major American writers and literary-cultural history from the Discovery to c. 1750.

6340 British Literature in the Age of Revolutions.

Studies in major British writers and literary-cultural history from c. 1750 – 1900.

6345 American Literature in the Age of Revolutions.

Studies in major American writers and literary-cultural history from c. 1750 – 1900.

6350 Modern and Contemporary British Literature.

Studies in major British writers and literary-cultural history after 1900.

6360 Modern and Contemporary American Literature.

Studies in major American writers and literary cultural history after 1900.

6370 African American Literature.

Studies in African American literary-cultural history from Colonial to Contemporary.

6373 Hispanic American Literature.

Studies in Hispanic American literary and cultural history from Colonial to Contemporary.

6375 Sex, Gender, and Literature.

Studies of the constructions of sexuality and gender in literature and culture, informed by historical study and current theoretical work in such fields as feminism, gender studies, and queer theory.

6380 History of Print Culture.

A literary historical survey of major developments, issues, formations, and institutions in British and/or American print culture.

6391 (old 6381) Poetry Writing Workshop.

6392 (old 6382) Fiction Writing Workshop.

6394, 6395 (old 6383, 6385) Graduate Independent Study in Poetry Writing.

6396, 6397 (old 6384, 6386) Graduate Independent Study in Fiction Writing.

6398, 6399 MA Thesis.

Seminars: ENGL 7311 through 7376 open to advanced Masters and all Doctoral candidates.

7311 Seminar in Literary Theory.

7340 Seminar in British Literature.

7350 Seminar in American Literature.

7370 Seminar in Minority Literature.

7372 Seminar in Transatlantic Literature.

7374 Problems in Literary History.

7376 Special Topics.

7398, 7399 Directed Readings.

8398, 8399 Dissertation.