Section 1: Tuesday and Thursday 12:30-1:45 PM Professor: Susanna Benko ENG 350 is a course that explores different theories and practices of teaching writing. Beginning with the assumption that writing is a critical part of English/Language Arts, this course is... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 11:00-11:50 AM Professor: Ben Bascom Hermits, wanderers, and other figures of solitude. feature prominently in nineteenth-century American literature. From the writings of Henry David Thoreau and Emily Dickinson to invented characters by Washington... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 2:00-2:50 PM Professor: Mary Lou Vercellotti The basic concepts, scope, and methodology of the science of language in its descriptive and historical functions.
Section 1: Tuesday and Thursday 2:00-3:15 PM Professor: Lynne Stallings Are you interested in teaching English Language Learners either in the United States or in another country? If so, this course is a great place to start your preparation. This... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Monday and Wednesday 5:00-6:15 PM Professor: Silas Hansen The word essay comes from the French verb “essayer”--to try. In this creative nonfiction class, we will try to understand both our own lives and the world around us through... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Monday and Wednesday 3:00-4:15 PM Professor: Rebecca Manery “Poetry’s work is the clarification and magnification of being,” writes poet Jane Hirshfield. In this course we will undertake poetry’s work through the study of a diverse range of contemporary... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Tuesday and Thursday 3:30-4:45 PM Topic: Errant Knights & Daring Damsels Professor: Vanessa Rapatz Quests, queens, dragons, sorcerers, and Saracens! The world of Medieval Romance is a far cry from what we now think of as the romance... Continue Reading →
Section 1: Tuesday and Thursday 3:30-4:45 PM Professor: Pamela Hartman English 395 explores various strategies and issues concerned in teaching language, literature, and visual literacy in the secondary English-language arts classroom. This course is required for the teaching major in... Continue Reading →