Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 3:00-5:40 PM Professor: Elizabeth Riddle Please contact Dr. Riddle (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this course.
Section 1: Monday and Wednesday 3:00-4:15 PM Topic: Elliptical / Political / Post-Confessional: Writing Poems for the 21st Century Professor: Mark Neely This is a graduate-level course in poetry writing. About half the class will be devoted to discussion of readings, including... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Tuesday and Thursday 2:00-3:15 PM Professor: Pamela Hartman Readers today face the difficult challenge of choosing between and making sense of numerous competing texts, in many different forms. In this course we will investigate theories concerning both... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:00-5:40 PM Professor: G Patterson This seminar will offer a survey of the interdisciplinary discipline of queer rhetorics. During the summer session we will consider the following questions: (1) What does queer mean, and how... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00-11:40 AM Professor: Sean Lovelace This course is designed for MA students in the Creative Writing program at BSU, but is open to all graduate students interested in intensive reading about the art and science... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Tuesdays 6:30-9:10 PM Professor: Pat Collier The years 1910-1940 saw some of the most dramatic and disruptive social, political, and economic changes and crises in the history of Britain and its global empire. In addition to two catastrophic... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Mondays & Wednesdays 5:00-6:15 PM Professor: Mary Lou Vercellotti This course introduces basic theories of language learning, with a primary focus on English as a second language learning. We will examine linguistic, psychological, and sociocultural factors that influence... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 11:00-11:50 AM Professor: Mai Kuha
Section 1: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30-10:45 AM Professor: Mary Theresa Seig A detailed examination of the principal methods of analyzing oral and written discourse.