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Summer 2017

ENG 629: Topics in Applied Linguistics

Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 3:00-5:40 PM   Professor: Elizabeth Riddle   Please contact Dr. Riddle (emriddle@bsu.edu) for more information about this course.

ENG 285: Introduction to Creative Writing

Section 2: Monday – Friday 9:15-10:50 AM Professor: Todd McKinney As an introduction to Creative Writing, this class will provide the students with the opportunity to write fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. To do this, we will explore the possibilities... Continue Reading →

ENG 425: Film Studies

Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 12:45-2:40 PM Lab: Tuesday and Thursday 12:45-3:00 PM Professor: Matt Hartman This course is an introduction to the study of film.  We will examine the formal elements of film (mise-en-scene, cinematography, editing, sound, and... Continue Reading →

ENG 414: Young Adult Literature

Section 1: Monday – Friday 11:00-12:35 PM Summer I Professor: Pamela Hartman English 414 focuses on recent literature, representing multiple genres, that is suitable for young adult readers.  The emphasis is primarily on the reading and analysis of literature with... Continue Reading →

ENG 400: Jacket Copy Creative

Section 1: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 5:30-8:10 PM Professor: Eva Grouling Snider Students in this immersive learning course will manage the public communications portfolios of two real-world organizations: the Ball State University English Department and a yet-to-be-determined community partner. Students... Continue Reading →

ENG 299X: Experimental/Developmental Topics

Section 2: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 2:30-5:10 PM Summer II Topic: Literary Citizenship Professor: Jama Bigger, director of the Midwest Writers Workshop This course will teach you how to take advantage of the opportunities offered by your campus, local, regional and... Continue Reading →

ENG 213: Introduction to Digital Literacies

Section 2: Monday – Friday 11:00-12:15 PM Summer II Professor: Rory Lee People commonly define literacy as the mere ability to read and write, but such a definition ignores the contexts in which and the reasons why we read and... Continue Reading →

ENG 206: Reading Literature

Section 1: Monday – Friday 11:00 AM -12:35 PM Professor: Emily Rutter English 206 is an introduction to the interpretation of literary works and to writing critically about literature. In our class, we will develop these skills by engaging with... Continue Reading →

ENG 285: Introduction to Creative Writing

Section 1: Monday – Friday 12:45-2:20 PM Professor: TBA

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