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For past syllabi or more information on a specific course, please contact the English Department at 502-852-6801.
Summer 2013 Undergraduate English Courses
|Class No.||Subject||Catalog No.||Section||Title||Term Dates||Days/Time||Instructor|
|2939||ENGL||300||20||INTRO TO ENGL STUDIES-WR||06/04-07/09||MTWThF 02:40pm-04:10pm||Wetherbee, B|
|ENGL 300 will introduce students to some of the key conversations and areas of study within the discipline of English – including literary analysis, critical theory, and rhetoric. The course will be structured around these three nodes, focusing less on historical coverage than on developing intellectual tools to read, write, and analyze in the field of English.|
||TBA||INTERMEDIATE CREAT WRITING||TBA||TBA||Bogart, B|
|This is a workshop-style course in the writing of original poetry and short fiction—students will choose which genre they work in, but will be responsible for evaluating both types. Students should be prepared to have their original works read and commented on, and should be likewise prepared to offer sincere, helpful commentary to their classmates. Class sessions will be used primarily to engage in workshop discussions of student work, though some class sessions will also be spent discussing relevant modern and contemporary publications in both genres (including fiction by Daniel Woodrell, Kevin Brockmeier, and Ernest Hemingway; poetry by Bob Hicok, Billy Collins, and William Carlos Williams), as well as discussion of topics important to creative writing. NOTE: This course is designed for students who have already completed ENGL 202 or its equivalent.|
||WRIT ABT LIT NONMAJOR -WR||07/10-08/13|