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ENGL 101 Writing from Sources I (5)
Includes academic reading and graphics from different genres to provide opportunities for noticing lexis and grammar of the genre and specific topic. Students discuss the topic, receiving feedback on their use of structures and lexis, and write short responses to the type of questions that might be asked on exams related to the readings. Focuses on sentence-level issues related to sentence structure and lexis. Limited to student admitted to UW with an English language requirement. Offered: AWSp.

ENGL 102 Writing from Sources II (5)
Focuses on reading and analysis of academic texts, such as those found in textbooks, newspaper articles, journal articles, and research reports, used for writing in various rhetorical styles at the paragraph level. Second in the three-course AEP writing sequence. Prerequisite: either ENGL 101 or placement by test score.
Instructor Course Description: Patricia Grogan

ENGL 103 Writing from Sources III (5)
Introduces and practices reading, writing, and critical thinking strategies students need to develop researched, organized, and correctly documented papers using academic sources. Introduces library research skills for finding a variety of sources. Third in the three-course AEP writing sequence. Prerequisite: either ENGL 102 or placement by test score. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Patricia Grogan Peter M. Gruen Serhiy V Onyshchuk

ENGL 104 Academic Listening and Speaking (5)
Aims to improve students' ability to participate in university course lectures and class discussions. Students respond to lectures, participate in and lead class discussions, and deliver short oral reports. Offered: AWSp.

ENGL 105 English for International Teaching Assistants (5)
Develops language production skills, lesson planning and presentation skills, and TA-student interaction skills related to classroom teaching for international teaching assisants. Requires speak exam.

ENGL 108 Writing Ready: Preparing for College Writing (5)
Builds writing confidence through frequent informal writing, and introductions to key learning strategies. Includes user-friendly orientation to library and research documents, revision skills, and peer review work central to 100- and 200-level college writing assignments. Offered: A.
Instructor Course Description: Jane J Lee Xuan Zheng

ENGL 109 Introductory Composition (5-)

Instructor Course Description: Allison V Gross Suzanne C. Schmidt

ENGL 110 Introductory Composition (-5) C
Development of writing skills: sentence strategies and paragraph structures. Expository, critical, and persuasive essay techniques based on analysis of selected readings. For Educational Opportunity Program students only, upon recommendation by the Office of Minority Affairs.
Instructor Course Description: Cuauhtemoc T. Mexica Sarah Kremen-Hicks

ENGL 111 Composition: Literature (5) C
Study and practice of good writing; topics derived from reading and discussing stories, poems, essays, and plays. Cannot be taken if student has already received a grade of 2.0 or higher in either ENGL 111, ENGL 121, or ENGL 131.
Instructor Course Description: Alissa S Bourbonnais Yifan Zhang Alexandria S Gray Aaron Ottinger Alice L Pedersen Anthony Salem Manganaro Robert H Hodges Rene J Boullet Jennifer Mc Collum Edmond Y Chang Christopher John-F Martin Caitlin Palo Amy C. Lanning Elizabeth A Weinberg Elaine M Barr Soh Yeun Kim Chelsea Jennings Irena A Percinkova-Patton Jeffrey Mark Janosik James B. Wirth Jane J Lee Jennifer L. Le Mesurier Jonathan E Murr Kirin K Wachter-Grene Lowell A Brower Lee M Einhorn Lauren M Grant Elizabeth C Brown Lauren Summers Meredith A. Bauer Michael Hodges Benjamin T Menzies Meagan R. Loftin Peter F. Nicoletta Christopher B. Patterson Rachel Kalamakis Arteaga Rachel Graf Donald L Anderson Roderick B Overaa Sarah Kremen-Hicks Su-Ching Wang Anna S Shajirat Samantha Simon Sarah Kathryn Moore Shane A. Mccoy Sarah N Terry Sue Y Shon Tanvi P Patel Taylor J Boulware Tasha M Buttler Traynor F Iii Hansen Terris L S Patterson William S. Arighi

ENGL 115 Writing Studio (2)
Supports multilingual students concurrently enrolled in a composition course. Builds academic reading skills in order to analyze complex texts, review, and analyze grammar structures to produce different writing effects. Also assists students to develop critical reflective skills to become better familiarized with the writing and revision process. Credit/no-credit only.

ENGL 121 Composition: Social Issues (5) C
Focuses on the study and practice of good writing: topics derived from a variety of personal, academic, and public subjects. Includes a service-learning component allowing students to engage with and write about social issues in applied ways.. Cannot be taken if student has already received a grade of 2.0 or higher in either ENGL 111, ENGL 121, or ENGL 131.
Instructor Course Description: Alysse Jaclyn Hotz Alice L Pedersen Andrew M Rose Robert H Hodges Daniel C Nelson Julie Dykema Emily K. Bald Gianna G Craig Jeffrey Mark Janosik Jennifer L. Le Mesurier Lillian V Campbell Mary K Little Elizabeth C Brown Meredith A. Bauer Nancy A Fox Norah E. Fahim Phuong Binh L Nguyen Leah Fair Rankin Rachel Graf Edward Schaumberg Samantha Simon Vincent Oliveri

ENGL 131 Composition: Exposition (5) C
Study and practice of good writing: topics derived from a variety of personal, academic, and public subjects. Cannot be taken if student has already received a grade of 2.0 or higher in either ENGL 111, ENGL 121, or ENGL 131.
Instructor Course Description: Alissa S Bourbonnais Alexandra Joy Burgin Yifan Zhang Alexandria S Gray Amanda L. Hobmeier Alysse Jaclyn Hotz Ariel E Wetzel Ann E Shivers-Mcnair Brian C Hardison Bonnie A Vidrine Rene J Boullet Callie E Connor Caitlin R Hansen Jessica Canton Carol Robertson Edmond Y Chang Christopher John-F Martin Christopher M Featherman Dan Zhu Elaine M Barr Emily C Toler Ian F Corey-Boulet Jane Wong Jean M Burnet Jessica A Corozza Julianne Dorothy Peeling Jacob S Oliver Jun Xu Jennifer E. Zinchuk Kristina Chiapell Poulter Megan J Kelly Kirin K Wachter-Grene Laura Eshleman Lillian V Campbell Lin Chen Benjamin T Menzies Cuauhtemoc T. Mexica Mia Ayumi Malhotra Nancy A Fox Navid Ebrahimzadeh Norah E. Fahim Christopher B. Patterson Phuong Binh L Nguyen Paige E Chant Jason A Jones Roderick B Overaa Sam S Hushagen Ungsan Kim Tesla Downes Schaeffer Edward Schaumberg Stephanie L Costa Samantha Simon Shane A. Mccoy Treza J Rosado Thomas Joseph Walker Terris L S Patterson Kim Phuong Trinh Tyler Francis Scowcroft Talia Shalev Hang Tu Valerie M Arvidson William S. Arighi Wesley J Matlock Xuan Zheng Yasmine A Romero Zachary N Tavlin

ENGL 182 The Research Paper (5) C
Includes study of library resources, the analysis of reading materials, and writing preparatory papers as basic to writing a reference or research paper. Open to all undergraduates. Prerequisite: either ENGL 111, ENGL 121, or ENGL 131.

ENGL 195 STUDY ABROAD (1-5, max. 15)
Equivalency for 100-level English courses taken on UW study abroad programs or direct exchanges. General elective credit only; may not apply to major requirements.

ENGL 197 Interdisciplinary Writing/Humanities (5, max. 15) C
Expository writing based on material presented in a specified humanities lecture course. Assignments include drafts of papers to be submitted in the specified course, and other pieces of analytical prose. Concurrent registration in the specified course required.
Instructor Course Description: Heather L Arvidson Angela L Sucich Jennifer Mc Collum Darlene M. Martin Gabrielle Dean Joan Adelle Graham Jacob Cohen Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges Lee M Einhorn Lysa Maria Rivera Susan Margaret Taylor Matthew J Vechinski Riki Ellen Thompson

ENGL 198 Interdisciplinary Writing/Social Science (5, max. 15) C
Expository writing based on material presented in a specified social science lecture course. Assignments include drafts of papers to be submitted in the specified course, and other pieces of analytic prose. Concurrent registration in specified course required.
Instructor Course Description: Jonathan M. Acuff Amy P. Wilson Colby D. Nelson Soh Yeun Kim Emilie Jackinsky-Horrell Heather L. Stansbury Jennifer A. Price Joan Adelle Graham Jason H Morse Jessica Beyer Milan Vidakovic Su-Ching Wang

ENGL 199 Interdisciplinary Writing/Natural Science (5, max. 15) C
Expository writing based on material presented in a specific natural science lecture course. Assignments include drafts of papers to be submitted in the specified course, and other pieces of analytical prose. Concurrent registration in the specified course required.
Instructor Course Description: Colby D. Nelson Joan Adelle Graham Jun Xu Oliver J. Fraser Vincent Oliveri

ENGL 200 Reading Literary Forms (5) VLPA
Covers techniques and practice in reading and enjoying literature in its various forms: poetry, drama, prose fiction, and film. Examines such features of literary meanings as imagery, characterization, narration, and patterning in sound and sense. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Yifan Zhang Ashley Elizabeth Bashaw Erik B Jaccard Ariel E Wetzel Andrew M Rose Heather L Arvidson Balbir K Singh Rene J Boullet Jessica Canton Jennifer Mc Collum Candace M. Barlow Edmond Y Chang Christopher John-F Martin Christina D Wygant Daniel C Nelson Daniel J Griesbach Douglass M Furrh David T Holmberg Gibran Escalera Chelsea Jennings Heather L. Stansbury Shawn H Wong Johanna Mari Van Rijswijk Jessica L. Burstein Jessica A Campbell Jamie E Oldham Jason H Morse Jane J Lee Joann L Kelly John O'Neill Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges Kellie D. Holzer Kirin K Wachter-Grene Kelly Walsh Gregory Daniel Laynor Lauren M Grant Leroy F Searle Lauren Summers Marites L Mendoza Maya Smorodinsky Megan A Miller Melanie A Hernandez Benjamin T Menzies Matthew J Vechinski Michael D Willett Nancy C. White Raymond A Oenbring Paige Courtney Morgan Paul A Jaussen Petia Parpoulova Raj G Chetty Donald L Anderson Roderick B Overaa Sarah Kremen-Hicks Stephanie L Costa Suzanne C. Schmidt Su-Ching Wang Barbara J Simons Sarah Kathryn Moore Sarah N Terry Sue Y Shon Tanvi P Patel Traynor F Iii Hansen Terris L S Patterson Kim Phuong Trinh Timothy J Welsh

ENGL 205 Method, Imagination, and Inquiry (5) VLPA
Examines ideas of method and imagination in a variety of texts, in literature, philosophy, and science. Particularly concerned with intellectual backgrounds and methods of inquiry that have shaped modern Western literature. Offered: jointly with CHID 205.
Instructor Course Description: Leroy F Searle Raimonda Modiano

ENGL 207 Introduction to Cultural Studies (5) VLPA/I&S
Introduces cultural studies as an interdisciplinary field and practice. Explores multiple histories of the field with an emphasis on current issues and developments. Focuses on culture as a site of political and social debate and struggle. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Caroline Chung Simpson Curtis T. Hisayasu Emily M. James E. Laurie George Gabrielle Dean Heyang Julie Kae Jentery F Sayers Jonathan E Murr Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges Maya Smorodinsky Christopher B. Patterson Raj G Chetty Rachel T Goldberg Su-Ching Wang Simon Ventura Trujillo Sydney F Lewis Ronald Thomas Foster

ENGL 210 Medieval and Early Modern Literature, 400 to 1600 (5) VLPA
Introduces literature from the Middle Ages and the Age of Shakespeare, focusing on major works that have shaped the development of literary and intellectual traditions of these periods. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Jenny Lee Gonyer-Donohue Traynor F Iii Hansen

ENGL 211 Literature, 1500-1800 (5) VLPA Coldewey, Remley, Shields, Streitberger
Introduces literature from the Age of Shakespeare to the American and French Revolutions, focusing on major works that have shaped the development of literary and intellectual traditions in these centuries. Topics include: The Renaissance, religious and political reforms, exploration and colonialism, vernacular cultures, and scientific thought. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Sharmila Mukherjee Sarah Kathryn Moore Traynor F Iii Hansen Todd A Rygh

ENGL 212 Literature, 1700-1900 (5) VLPA
Introduces eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literature, focusing on representative works that illustrate literary and intellectual developments of the period. Topics include: exploration, empire, colonialism, slavery, revolution, and nation-building. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Jessica A Campbell Jane J Lee Joseph M Butwin Charles P Laporte Lauren M Grant Sarah Kremen-Hicks Traynor F Iii Hansen Thomas Frank Lockwood

ENGL 213 Modern and Postmodern Literature (5) VLPA
Introduces twentieth-century literature and contemporary literature, focusing on representative works that illustrate literary and intellectual developments since 1900.
Instructor Course Description: David T Holmberg E. Laurie George Heyang Julie Kae Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges Matthew J Vechinski Norman J. Wacker Paul A Jaussen Donald L Anderson Roderick B Overaa Su-Ching Wang Sarah N Terry Sydney J Kaplan Timothy J Welsh

ENGL 225 Shakespeare (5) VLPA
Introduces Shakespeare's career as dramatist, with study of representative comedies, tragedies, romances, and history plays.
Instructor Course Description: Christopher John-F Martin Colette V Moore Heather L. Stansbury Jenny Lee Gonyer-Donohue Sharmila Mukherjee Todd A Borlik Traynor F Iii Hansen

ENGL 242 Reading Prose Fiction (5) VLPA
Critical interpretation and meaning in works of prose fiction, representing a variety of types and periods.
Instructor Course Description: Yifan Zhang Aaron J Ottinger Erik B Jaccard Andrew Fitzgerald Ariel E Wetzel Balbir K Singh Rene J Boullet Jennifer Mc Collum Candace M. Barlow Edmond Y Chang Christopher John-F Martin Carrie R Matthews Curtis T. Hisayasu Daniel C Nelson Deborah A Kimmey Douglass M Furrh David T Holmberg Emily M. James E. Laurie George Fang Li Galya Diment Stacy E. Grooters Heyang Julie Kae Henry J. Staten Johanna Mari Van Rijswijk Jessica A Campbell Jentery F Sayers Jamie E Oldham Jane J Lee Joann L Kelly John O'Neill Kirin K Wachter-Grene Gregory Daniel Laynor Lauren M Grant Leroy F Searle Marites L Mendoza Michael Hodges Maya Smorodinsky Benjamin T Menzies Matthew J Vechinski Nancy J. Sisko Paige Courtney Morgan Christopher B. Patterson Louisa J. Peck Petia Parpoulova Raj G Chetty Roderick B Overaa Sharleen Mondal Sarah Kathryn Moore Sarah N Terry Sydney F Lewis Tanvi P Patel Terris L S Patterson Kim Phuong Trinh Timothy J Welsh Linda Zygutis

ENGL 243 Reading Poetry (5) VLPA
Critical interpretation and meaning in poems, representing a variety of types and periods.
Instructor Course Description: Aaron J Ottinger Carrie R Matthews Chelsea Jennings Gregory Daniel Laynor Michael D Willett Sarah Kremen-Hicks Timothy Allen Green

ENGL 244 Reading Drama (5) VLPA
Critical interpretation and meaning in plays, representing a variety of types and periods.
Instructor Course Description: Caitlin R Hansen Michael D Willett

ENGL 250 American Literature (5) VLPA
Introduces American culture through a careful reading of a variety of representative texts in their historical contexts.
Instructor Course Description: Ashley Elizabeth Bashaw Alice L Pedersen Anoop Mirpuri Ariel E Wetzel Andrew M Rose Edmond Y Chang Deborah A Kimmey Douglass M Furrh David T Holmberg Gibran Escalera Gillian H Harkins Jonathan E Murr Lee M Einhorn Lauren Summers Megan A Miller Christopher B. Patterson Donald L Anderson Suzanne C. Schmidt Sue Y Shon Sydney F Lewis Terris L S Patterson Timothy J Welsh

ENGL 251 Literature and American Political Culture (5) VLPA/I&S
Introduction to the methods and theories used in the analysis of American culture. Emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to American literature, including history, politics, anthropology, and mass media. Offered: jointly with POL S 281.
Instructor Course Description: Anoop Mirpuri Christian G Ravela Rachel L. Sanders

ENGL 257 Asian-American Literature (5) VLPA
Introductory survey of Asian-American literature provides introduction to Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, Hawaiian, South-Asian, and Southeast-Asian American literatures and a comparative study of the basic cultural histories of those Asian-American communities from the 1800s to the present.
Instructor Course Description: Shawn H Wong Michelle S. Liu

ENGL 258 Survey of Afro-American Literature (5) VLPA Butler
A chronological survey of Afro-American literature in all genres from its beginnings to the present day. Emphasizes Afro-American writing as a literary art; the cultural and historical context of Afro-American literary expression and the aesthetic criteria of Afro-American literature. Offered: jointly with AFRAM 214.
Instructor Course Description: Mona Lisa Saloy

ENGL 270 The Uses of the English Language (5) VLPA
Surveys the assumptions, methodologies, and major issues of English in its cultural settings. Connects English language study with the study of literature, orality and literacy, education, ethnicity, gender, and public policy.
Instructor Course Description: Lindsay R Russell

ENGL 281 Intermediate Expository Writing (5) C
Writing papers communicating information and opinion to develop accurate, competent, and effective expression.
Instructor Course Description: Andrew Fitzgerald Andrew M Rose Edmond Y Chang Christopher M Featherman George L. Dillon David T Holmberg Elizabeth Simmons-Oneill Chelsea Jennings Shawn H Wong Joseph M Butwin Jun Xu Jennifer Kort Halpin Megan J Kelly Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges Kellie D. Holzer Lauren M Grant Norah E. Fahim Raymond A Oenbring Sarah Gillian Read Jason A Jones Donald L Anderson Ronald Fuentes Stephanie L Costa Shon G Meckfessel Shannon Mondor Gail Stygall Taylor J Boulware Vincent Oliveri Yasmine A Romero

ENGL 282 Composing for the Web (5) VLPA
Introduces the writing of nonfiction narrative and expository pieces for publication on the web. Analysis and criticism of on-line work.
Instructor Course Description: George L. Dillon Raymond A Oenbring Timothy J Welsh

ENGL 283 Beginning Verse Writing (5) VLPA
Intensive study of the ways and means of making a poem.
Instructor Course Description: Aaron C Barrell Andrew E Feld Brian R Christian Evan A Klavon Chelsea Jennings Mia Ayumi Malhotra

ENGL 284 Beginning Short Story Writing (5) VLPA
Introduction to the theory and practice of writing the short story.
Instructor Course Description: Emily W Porter Shawn H Wong Jennifer L Dolan John W Steere Lowell A Brower Lisa N Ritscher Nicole J Corbo Tyler Francis Scowcroft Valerie M Arvidson

ENGL 285 Writers on Writing (5) VLPA Bosworth, Kenney, Shields, Sonenberg
Experiencing literature from the inside. Members of the creative writing faculty and other practicing writers discuss their poetry, fiction, and literary nonfiction, literary inspiration, artistic practice, and the writer's life.
Instructor Course Description: Richard L Kenney

ENGL 295 STUDY ABROAD (1-5, max. 30) VLPA
Equivalency for 200-level English courses taken on UW study abroad programs or direct exchanges. May not apply to major requirements.

ENGL 297 Intermediate Interdisciplinary Writing - Humanities (5, max. 15) C
Expository writing based on materials presented in a specified humanities course. Assignments include drafts of papers to be submitted in the specified course, and other pieces of analytical prose. Concurrent registration in the specified course required. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Darlene M. Martin Heather L. Stansbury Jane J Lee Maya Smorodinsky Kim Phuong Trinh

ENGL 298 Intermediate Interdisciplinary Writing - Social Sciences (5, max. 15) C
Expository writing based on materials presented in a specified social science course. Assignments include drafts of papers to be submitted in the specified course, and other pieces of analytical prose. Concurrent registration in the specified course required. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Brian R Gutierrez Carrie R Matthews Elizabeth Simmons-Oneill Heather L. Stansbury John O'Neill Kendra E. Dupuy Milan Vidakovic Robertson Lee Allen

ENGL 299 Intermediate Interdisciplinary Writing - Natural Sciences (5, max. 15) C
Expository writing based on materials presented in a specified natural science course. Assignments include drafts of papers to be submitted in the specified course, and other pieces of analytical prose. Concurrent registration in the specified course required. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Gregory J. Crowther Stephen N. Maley Norman J. Wacker

ENGL 300 Reading Major Texts (5) VLPA
Intensive examination of one or a few major works of literature. Classroom work to develop skills of careful and critical reading. Book selection varies, but reading consists of major works by important authors and of selected supplementary materials.
Instructor Course Description: Carolyn Allen Daniel J Griesbach Jessica L. Burstein Michelle S. Liu Rebecca S. Rauve

ENGL 301 Introduction to the Study of English Language and Literature (5) VLPA
Gateway course designed for English pre-majors and majors. Introduces critical, historical, and theoretical frameworks important to studying the literature, language, and cultures of English. Concurrent registration with ENGL 297 required. Cannot be taken for credit if student has taken ENGL 202.
Instructor Course Description: Jessica L. Burstein Ronald Thomas Foster

ENGL 302 Critical Practice (5) VLPA
Intensive study of, and exercise in, applying important or influential interpretive practices for studying language, literature, and culture, along with consideration of their powers/limits. Focuses on developing critical writing abilities. Topics vary and may include critical and interpretive practice from scripture and myth to more contemporary approaches, including newer interdisciplinary practices. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in ENGL 197 or ENGL 297; a minimum grade of 2.0 in ENGL 202 or ENGL 301; may not be repeated if received a grade of 2.0 or higher.
Instructor Course Description: Carolyn Allen John M Webster Gillian H Harkins Henry J. Staten Jill E. Gatlin Joann L Kelly Andrew J. Meyer Rahul Krishna Gairola Traynor F Iii Hansen

ENGL 303 History of Literary Criticism and Theory I (5) VLPA
Literary criticism and theory from its beginnings in Plato through the early twentieth century. Philosophical and theoretical grounds for critical practice put forward by philosophers and critics.

ENGL 304 History of Literary Criticism and Theory II (5) VLPA
Contemporary criticism and theory and its background in the New Criticism, structuralism, and phenomenology.
Instructor Course Description: Andrea Opitz Katherine Cummings David T Holmberg Henry J. Staten Laura H Chrisman Katy Masuga Andrew J. Meyer Paul A Jaussen

ENGL 305 Theories of Imagination (5) VLPA/I&S
Survey of theories of imagination since the seventeenth century. Focuses on the uses of the concept in literature, criticism, science, and society.

ENGL 306 Introduction to Rhetoric (5) VLPA
Introduces rhetorical theory from the classical period to the present, including an overview of core issues, vocabulary, and concepts in rhetorical theory; a discussion of methods for studying rhetoric, and a consideration of the social importance of studying rhetoric in the contemporary moment.
Instructor Course Description: Lindsay R Russell

ENGL 307 Cultural Studies (5) VLPA
Overview of cultural studies with a focus on reading texts or objects using cultural studies methods and writing analytic essays using cultural studies methods. Focuses on culture as a site of political and social debate and struggle. Recommended: one 300-level ENGL course in the literary period being studied.
Instructor Course Description: Candace M. Barlow Edmond Y Chang Rahul Krishna Gairola

ENGL 308 Marxism and Literary Theory (5) VLPA
Introduces Marxist theory and methodology. Explores how and why Marx's writings, Marxist theory, and materialist methods became central to the study of literature and culture over the course of the twentieth century.

ENGL 309 Theories of Reading (5) VLPA
Investigates what it means to be a reader. Centers on authorial and reading challenges, shifting cultural and theoretical norms, and changes in the public's reading standards.
Instructor Course Description: Carolyn Allen

ENGL 310 The Bible as Literature (5) VLPA
Introduction to the development of the religious ideas and institutions of ancient Israel, with selected readings from the Old Testament and New Testament. Emphasis on reading The Bible with literary and historical understanding.
Instructor Course Description: John W Griffith

ENGL 311 Modern Jewish Literature in Translation (5) VLPA
Survey of Jewish experience and its literary expression since 1880. Includes such Yiddish writers as Sholom Aleichem, Peretz, and I. B. Singer; such Israeli writers as Agnon, Hazaz, and Appelfeld; and such writers in non-Jewish languages as Primo Levi and Kafka.
Instructor Course Description: Joseph M Butwin

ENGL 312 Jewish Literature: Biblical to Modern (5) VLPA/I&S
A study of Jewish literature from Biblical narrative and rabbinic commentary to modern prose and poetry with intervening texts primarily organized around major themes: martyrdom and suffering, destruction and exile, messianism, Hasidism and Enlightenment, Yiddishism and Zionism. Various critical approaches; geographic and historic contexts. Offered: jointly with JSIS C 312.
Instructor Course Description: Joseph M Butwin

ENGL 313 Modern European Literature in Translation (5) VLPA
Fiction, poetry, and drama from the development of modernism to the present. Works by such writers as Mann, Proust, Kafka, Gide, Hesse, Rilke, Brecht, Sartre, and Camus.
Instructor Course Description: Leroy F Searle Nikolai B. Popov

ENGL 314 Transatlantic Literature and Culture (5) VLPA
Explores literatures and cultures produced in the Atlantic world. Emphasizes historical lines of communication and exchange among Atlantic cultures and their literature.
Instructor Course Description: Charles P Laporte Leroy F Searle

ENGL 315 Literary Modernism (5) VLPA
Various modern authors, from Wordsworth to the present, in relation to such major thinkers as Kant, Hegel, Darwin, Marx, Nietzsche, Bergson, and Wittgenstein, who have helped create the context and the content of modern literature. Recommended: either ENGL 230 or one 300-level course in nineteenth- or twentieth-century literature.
Instructor Course Description: Henry J. Staten Katy Masuga Ted S. Wayland

ENGL 316 Postcolonial Literature and Culture (5, max. 10) VLPA
Readings of major texts and writers in postcolonial literature and culture. Surveys some of the most important questions and debates in postcolonial literature, including issues of identity, globalization, language, and nationalism. Cultural focus may vary; see professor for specific details.
Instructor Course Description: Anupama Taranath Balbir K Singh Keith M Feldman Kellie D. Holzer Laura H Chrisman Louis O Chude-Sokei Rahul Krishna Gairola

ENGL 317 Literature of the Americas (5) VLPA
Examines writings by and about people of the Americas, with a focus on intersections of gender, colonialism, race, sexuality, and ethnicity.

ENGL 318 Black Literary Genres (5) VLPA Ibrahim, Retman
Considers how generic forms have been discussed, distributed, and valued in the larger context of African American, or other African-Diasporic literary studies. Explores how black writers and artists treat the terms and conventions of generic forms in response, and comparison, to their cultural treatment of others. Offered: jointly with AFRAM 318; AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Louis O Chude-Sokei Sonnet H. Retman

ENGL 319 African Literatures (5) VLPA Chrisman
Introduces and explores African literatures from a range of regions. Pays particular attention to writings connected with the historical experiences of colonialism, anti-colonial resistance, and decolonization. Considers the operations of race, gender, nationhood, neocolonialism, and globalization within and across these writings. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Laura H Chrisman

ENGL 320 English Literature: The Middle Ages (5) VLPA
Literary culture of Middle Ages in England, as seen in selected works from earlier and later periods, ages of Beowulf and of Geoffrey Chaucer. Read in translation, except for a few later works, which are read in Middle English.
Instructor Course Description: Miceal F Vaughan

ENGL 321 Chaucer (5) VLPA
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and other poetry, with attention to Chaucer's social, historical, and intellectual milieu.
Instructor Course Description: Christine Rose John C Coldewey Miceal F Vaughan Paul G Remley

ENGL 322 English Literature: The Elizabethan Age (5) VLPA
The golden age of English poetry, with poems by Shakespeare, Spenser, Sidney, and others; drama by Marlowe and other early rivals to Shakespeare; prose by Sir Thomas More and the great Elizabethan translators.
Instructor Course Description: John M Webster Traynor F Iii Hansen

ENGL 323 Shakespeare to 1603 (5) VLPA
Shakespeare's career as dramatist before 1603 (including Hamlet). Study of history plays, comedies, and tragedies.
Instructor Course Description: John C Coldewey Norman J. Wacker William R Streitberger

ENGL 324 Shakespeare After 1603 (5) VLPA
Shakespeare's career as dramatist after 1603. Study of comedies, tragedies, and romances.
Instructor Course Description: Eric Henry Laguardia John C Coldewey

ENGL 325 English Literature: The Late Renaissance (5) VLPA
A period of skepticism for some, faith for others, but intellectual upheaval generally. Poems by John Donne and the "metaphysical" school; poems and plays by Ben Jonson and other late rivals to Shakespeare; prose by Sir Francis Bacon and other writers.

ENGL 326 Milton (5) VLPA
Milton's early poems and the prose; Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes, with attention to the religious, intellectual, and literary contexts.

ENGL 327 English Literature: Restoration and Early Eighteenth Century (5) VLPA
Selections from wits and satirists; poems by John Dryden and Alexander Pope; plays by Dryden, William Congreve, and other wits; the great satires of Jonathan Swift, and the first stirring of the novel.
Instructor Course Description: Juliet D Shields Lauren M Grant Thomas Frank Lockwood

ENGL 328 English Literature: Later Eighteenth Century (5) VLPA
Classic age of English prose. Essays, biography, and criticism by Samuel Johnson, Oliver Goldsmith, and others; comedies by Goldsmith and Richard Brinsley Sheridan; fiction by Henry Fielding and others; poetry by a variety of writers.

ENGL 329 Rise of the English Novel (5) VLPA
Study of the development of this major and popular modern literary form in the eighteenth century. Readings of the best of the novelists who founded the form, and some minor ones, from Defoe to Fielding, Richardson, and Sterne, early Austen, and the gothic and other writers.
Instructor Course Description: Richard J. Dunn Lauren M Grant Nikolai B. Popov Thomas Frank Lockwood

ENGL 330 English Literature: The Romantic Age (5) VLPA
Literary, intellectual, and historical ferment of the period from the French Revolution to the 1830s. Readings from major authors in different literary forms; discussions of critical and philosophical issues in a time of change.
Instructor Course Description: Charles P Laporte Traynor F Iii Hansen

ENGL 331 Romantic Poetry I (5) VLPA
Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, and their contemporaries.
Instructor Course Description: Dagni A. Bredesen Raimonda Modiano Traynor F Iii Hansen

ENGL 332 Romantic Poetry II (5) VLPA
Byron, Shelley, Keats, and their contemporaries.
Instructor Course Description: Raimonda Modiano

ENGL 333 English Novel: Early and Middle Nineteenth Century (5) VLPA
Studies in the novel in one of its classic phases. Authors include Austen, the Brontes, Dickens, Thackeray.
Instructor Course Description: Richard J. Dunn Jane J Lee Kathleen Blake Sharleen Mondal Thomas Frank Lockwood

ENGL 334 English Novel: Later Nineteenth Century (5) VLPA
Studies in the novel as it passes from a classic format to formats more experimental. Authors include George Eliot, Thomas Hardy, Joseph Conrad, and others.
Instructor Course Description: Joseph M Butwin Kathleen Blake Kellie D. Holzer Sharleen Mondal

ENGL 335 English Literature: The Age of Victoria (5) VLPA
Literature in an era of revolution that also sought continuity, when culture faced redefinition as mass culture and found in the process new demands and creative energies, new material and forms, and transformations of old ones. Readings range from works of Tennyson, Browning, Arnold, Shaw, to Dickens, Eliot, Hardy.
Instructor Course Description: Jane J Lee Joseph M Butwin Charles P Laporte Sharleen Mondal

ENGL 336 English Literature: Early Twentieth Century (5) VLPA
Experiments in fiction and poetry. Novels by Joyce, Woolf, Lawrence, and others; poetry by Eliot and Yeats and others.
Instructor Course Description: Joann L Kelly Katy Masuga Paul A Jaussen Rebecca S. Rauve

ENGL 337 The Modern Novel (5) VLPA
The novel on both sides of the Atlantic in the first half of the twentieth century. Includes such writers as Joyce, Woolf, Lawrence, Stein, Hemingway, Faulkner, and others.
Instructor Course Description: Jessica L. Burstein Laura H Chrisman Tanvi P Patel Ted S. Wayland

ENGL 338 Modern Poetry (5) VLPA
Poetry in the modernist mode, including such poets as Yeats, Eliot, Pound, Auden, and Moore.
Instructor Course Description: Brian Reed Herbert Blau Norman J. Wacker

ENGL 339 English Literature: Contemporary England (5) VLPA
Return to more traditional forms in such writers as Bowen, Orwell, Waugh, Cary, Lessing, Drabble.
Instructor Course Description: Anupama Taranath

ENGL 340 Anglo-Irish Literature (5) VLPA
Principal writers in English of the modern Irish literary movement - Yeats, Joyce, Synge, Gregory, and O' Casey among them - with attention to traditions of Irish culture and history.

ENGL 341 Studies in the Novel (5) VLPA
Explores the workings and evolution of the novel. Introduces the distinct styles and purposes of the novel, such as the romance, the roman-a-clef, realism, naturalism, modernism, and postmodernism.

ENGL 342 Contemporary Novel (5) VLPA
Recent efforts to change the shape and direction of the novel by such writers as Murdoch, Barth, Hawkes, Fowles, and Atwood.
Instructor Course Description: Anupama Taranath Carolyn Allen Candace M. Barlow E. Laurie George Laura H Chrisman Tanvi P Patel

ENGL 343 Contemporary Poetry (5) VLPA
Recent developments by such poets as Hughes, Heaney, Rich, Kinnell, and Hugo.
Instructor Course Description: Brian Reed

ENGL 344 Studies in Drama (5) VLPA
Explores the workings and historical development of theatrical practices, including performance and spectatorship more broadly. Possible topics include genres of drama (tragedy, mystery play, melodrama, agitprop); histories of drama (Elizabethan theater, Theater of the Absurd, the Mbari Mbayo club, In-Your-Face Theater_; and theorists of performance and dramaturgy.

ENGL 345 Studies in Film (5) VLPA
Types, techniques, and issues explored by filmmakers. Emphasis on narrative, image, and point of view.
Instructor Course Description: Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges Nancy C. White

ENGL 346 Studies in Short Fiction (5) VLPA
The American and English short story, with attention to the influence of writers of other cultures. Aspects of the short story that distinguish it, in style and purpose, from longer fiction.
Instructor Course Description: E. Laurie George Marshall J Brown

ENGL 347 Studies in Non-Fiction Prose (5) VLPA
Explores the workings and evolution of non-fiction prose, Introduces the distinct styles and purposes on non-fiction prose such as autobiography, biography, personal essay, reflective and meditative writing, social and scientific inquiry, and persuasive writing. Recommended: one introductory literature course.
Instructor Course Description: E. Laurie George Jun Xu

ENGL 348 Studies in Popular Culture (5) VLPA
Explores one or more popular genres (fantasy, romance, mystery) or media (comics, television, videogames), with attention to historical development, distinctive formal features, and reading protocols. May include study of audience, reception histories, or fan cultures.
Instructor Course Description: David T Holmberg

ENGL 349 Science Fiction and Fantasy (5) VLPA
The study of the development of and specific debates in the related genres of fantasy and science fiction literatures
Instructor Course Description: Lysa M Rivera Ronald Thomas Foster

ENGL 350 Traditions in American Fiction (5) VLPA
A literary form in which America has found its distinctively American expression. Selected readings among important novelists from the beginnings until 1900, including Cooper, Hawthorne, Melville, Twain, Chopin, James, and Wharton.
Instructor Course Description: Michelle S. Liu Travis J Sands

ENGL 351 American Literature: The Colonial Period (5) VLPA
Responses to the New World and literary strategies in the literature of the colonies and the early republic. Works by Taylor, Edwards, Franklin, and others.
Instructor Course Description: John W Griffith

ENGL 352 American Literature: The Early Nation (5) VLPA
Conflicting visions of the national destiny and the individual identity in the early years of America's nationhood. Works by Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, Melville, and such other writers as Poe, Cooper, Irving, Whitman, Dickinson, and Douglass.
Instructor Course Description: Daniel J Griesbach David T Holmberg Keith M Feldman John W Griffith Paul A Jaussen

ENGL 353 American Literature: Later Nineteenth Century (5) VLPA
Literary responses to an America propelled forward by accelerating and complex forces. Works by Twain, James, and such other writers as Whitman, Dickinson, Adams, Wharton, Howells, Crane, Dreiser, DuBois, and Chopin.
Instructor Course Description: David T Holmberg John W Griffith Mark R Patterson Robert Abrams Travis J Sands

ENGL 354 American Literature: Early Twentieth Century (5) VLPA
Investigates the period of American literary modernism (1900 to WW II). Topics include nationalism, migration, race, gender, and the impact of the visual arts on literary modernism, as well as the relation between modernity/modernization (social, economic, and technological transformation) and modernism (revolution in literary style).
Instructor Course Description: Daniel J Griesbach David W. Huntsperger E. Laurie George John W Griffith Andrew J. Meyer Travis J Sands

ENGL 355 American Literature: Contemporary America (5) VLPA
Works by such writers as Ellison, Williams, O' Connor, Lowell, Barth, Rich, and Hawkes.
Instructor Course Description: Anupama Taranath Candace M. Barlow Caroline Chung Simpson Gary J Handwerk Jill E. Gatlin

ENGL 356 Classic American Poetry (5) VLPA
Poetry by Taylor, Whitman, Dickinson, and such others as Poe, Bradstreet, Crane, Robinson. The lineage and characteristics of lyric and epic in America.

ENGL 357 Jewish American Literature and Culture (5) VLPA Butwin
Examines the literary and cultural production of American Jews from the colonial period to the present time. Considers ways in which American Jews assimilate and resist assimilation while Jewish writers, filmmakers, playwrights, and graphic novelists imitate and alter American life and literature. Offered: jointly with JSIS C 357; AWSp.

ENGL 358 Literature of Black Americans (5) VLPA
Selected writings, novels, short stories, plays, poems by Afro-American writers. Study of the historical and cultural context within which they evolved. Differences between Afro-American writers and writers of the European-American tradition. Emphasis varies. Offered: jointly with AFRAM 358.

ENGL 359 Contemporary American Indian Literature (5) VLPA Colonnese, Washuta
Creative writings - novels, short stories, poems - of contemporary Indian authors; the traditions out of which these works evolved. Differences between Indian writers and writers of the dominant European/American mainstream. Offered: jointly with AIS 377.
Instructor Course Description: Elissa Washuta

ENGL 360 American Literature and Culture (5) VLPA/I&S
American literature and culture in its political and cultural context. Emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to American literature and culture, including history, politics, anthropology, and mass media.

ENGL 361 American Political Culture: After 1865 (5) VLPA/I&S
American literature in its political and cultural context from the Civil War to the present. Emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to American literature, including history, politics, anthropology, and mass media.
Instructor Course Description: Keith M Feldman Gabrielle Dean Jill E. Gatlin Travis J Sands

ENGL 362 U.S. Latino/a Literature (5) VLPA Kaup
Selected contemporary and historical works by U.S. Latino/a authors. Spans U. S. Latino/a literature from the nineteenth century to the present, tracing it genealogy from a foundational triad of communities - Mexican American, Puerto Rican, and Cuban American.
Instructor Course Description: Monika Kaup

ENGL 363 Literature and the Other Arts and Disciplines (5, max. 10) VLPA
Relationships between literature and other arts, such as painting, photography, architecture, and music, or between literature and other disciplines, such as science. Content varies.
Instructor Course Description: Candace M. Barlow Caroline Chung Simpson Gillian H Harkins James D West Louis O Chude-Sokei Nancy C. White Richard T Gray

ENGL 364 Literature and Medicine (5) VLPA/I&S
How changing concepts of doctor-patient relationship and of body depicted in literary texts affect decisions throughout the human life cycle. Medicine and disease as metaphors for personal experience and social analysis.

ENGL 365 Literature and Discourse on the Environment (5) VLPA Blake, Handwerk
Pays attention to verbal expression; forms and genres; and historical, cultural, and conceptual contexts of the natural environment. Focuses on sites, nations, and historical periods. Forms and genres include: nature writing, environmentalist discourses, the pastoral, the sublime, discourses of the city , fiction, poetry, nonfiction prose, dramatic forms, and religious texts. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Kathleen Blake Richard Henry Watts

ENGL 366 Literature and Law (5) VLPA
Introduces and explores topics in law and literature, with a focus on the relationship between legal materials and literary or cultural imaginaries. Surveys debates in the field of law and literature or focuses on a specific problem, genre, or historical period.

ENGL 367 Gender Studies in Literature (5, max. 15) VLPA, DIV
The study of contemporary approaches to analyzing the gender politics of literature and culture. Examines special topics in the history and development of the major theoretical trends, including the relationship of certain theories of gender to relevant works of literature.
Instructor Course Description: Andrea Opitz

ENGL 368 Women Writers (5, max. 15) VLPA
Study of the work of women writers in English and American literature.
Instructor Course Description: Carolyn Allen Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges Nancy J. Sisko

ENGL 369 Research Methods in Language and Rhetoric (5) VLPA
Introduces research theories and methodological approaches in language and rhetoric. Methods and content focus vary by instructor and may include ethnography, corpus analysis, case study, discourse analysis, rhetorical criticism, and various other qualitative and quantitative research methods.

ENGL 370 English Language Study (5) VLPA
Wide-range introduction to the study of written and spoken English. The nature of language; ways of describing language; the use of language study as an approach to English literature and the teaching of English.
Instructor Course Description: John M Webster Colette V Moore George L. Dillon Jun Xu Gail Stygall

ENGL 371 English Syntax (5) VLPA
Description of sentence, phrase, and word structures in present-day English. Prerequisite: ENGL 370, LING 200 or LING 400.
Instructor Course Description: George L. Dillon

ENGL 372 World Englishes (5) VLPA
Examines emerging World/New Englishes, and variants of English employed as a second language in former colonies of the United Kingdom and United States. Explores issues of standardization and the standard in a global perspective. Prerequisite: ENGL 370, LING 200, or LING 400.
Instructor Course Description: George L. Dillon

ENGL 373 History of the English Language (5) VLPA
Evolution of English sounds, forms, structures, and word meanings from Anglo-Saxon times to the present. Prerequisite: either ENGL 370 or LING 200.
Instructor Course Description: Colette V Moore

ENGL 374 The Language of Literature (5) VLPA
Roles of explicitly describable language features in the understanding and appreciation of various verbal forms. Emphasis on literature, but attention also may be given to nonliterary prose and oral forms.
Instructor Course Description: Colette V Moore

ENGL 375 Rhetorical Genre Theory and Practice (5)
Explores the workings and evolution of rhetorical genres as they emerge from and shape recurring social situations. Focuses on the relationship between form and content, and how the typified rhetorical features and linguistic styles of genres are related to specific purposes, activities, relations, and identities.

ENGL 376 Introduction to Middle English Language (5) VLPA Moore
Explores the language and culture of the Middle English period in England (1100-1500). Examines Middle English texts, the cultural importance of written material, the shifting roles of literacy in early England, the relationship to French and Latin, the regional dialects of English in the period, and manuscript culture. Offered: AWSp.
Instructor Course Description: Colette V Moore

ENGL 378 Special Topics in Theories/Methods (5, max. 15)
Introduces and explores a specific area of theory or method as it has influence the production, practice, or study of literature, language, and culture in English.

ENGL 379 Special Topics in Forms/Genres/Media (5, max. 15)
Introduces and explores a specific area of form, genre, or media as it has influenced the production, practice, or study of literature, language, and culture in English.

ENGL 380 Special Topics in Histories (5, max. 15)
Introduces and explores a specific area of history as it has influenced the production, practice, or study of literature, language, and culture in English.

ENGL 381 Advanced Expository Writing (5) C
Concentration on the development of prose style for experienced writers.
Instructor Course Description: Keith M Feldman Michelle S. Liu Rebecca S. Rauve

ENGL 382 Writing for the Web (5, max. 10) C
Writing substantial web essays on topics of current concern, Extensive analysis and criticism of on-line essays. Prerequisite: ENGL 282.
Instructor Course Description: George L. Dillon

ENGL 383 The Craft of Verse (5) VLPA
Intensive study of various aspects of the craft verse. Readings in contemporary verse and writing using emulation and imitation. Prerequisite: ENGL 283; ENGL 284.
Instructor Course Description: Aaron C Barrell Arnold K Seong Brian R Christian Kathryn A Lebo Mia Ayumi Malhotra Pimone E Triplett

ENGL 384 The Craft of Prose (5) VLPA
Intensive study of various aspects of the craft of fiction or creative nonfiction. Readings in contemporary prose and writing using emulation and imitation. Prerequisite: ENGL 283; ENGL 284.
Instructor Course Description: David Shields Shawn H Wong Lowell A Brower Valerie M Arvidson

ENGL 385 Modernism/Modernity (5)
Introduces and explores the genealogy, character, and consequences of the modern for textual production and reception. Addresses competing conceptions of modernism and periodizations of modernity, including: preoccupations with novelty/the new; narratives of historical development; temporality; constructions of high and low culture; intersections between aesthetics and politics; and transnationalism.

ENGL 395 Study Abroad (1-5, max. 30) VLPA
Relates major works of literature, literary theory and criticism, or creative writing to the landscape and activities of their settings for students in UW English Department study abroad programs. Equivalency for upper-division English coursework taken on a UW study abroad program or direct exchange.

ENGL 407 Special Topics in Cultural Studies (5) VLPA
Advanced work in cultural studies.
Instructor Course Description: Michelle S. Liu

ENGL 411 Introduction to the Folktale Among Literate Peoples (3) VLPA
Techniques of classification, geographic-historical distribution, theories of origin and interpretations, and related areas of investigation of the oral prose folk narrative of literate peoples.

ENGL 422 Arthurian Legends (5) VLPA
Medieval romance in its cultural and historical setting, with concentration on the evolution of Arthurian romance.

ENGL 430 British Writers: Studies in Major Authors (5, max. 15) VLPA
Concentration on one writer or a special group of British writers.

ENGL 431 Topics in British Literature (5, max. 15) VLPA
Themes and topics of special meaning to British literature.

ENGL 440 Special Studies in Literature (3/5, max. 10) VLPA
Themes and topics offering special approaches to literature.
Instructor Course Description: Katherine Cummings Caroline Chung Simpson David T Holmberg Emily M. James E. Laurie George Jessica L. Burstein Jane J Lee Kim Johnson-Bogart Katy Masuga Mark R Patterson Michelle S. Liu Robert Abrams Rebecca S. Rauve Travis J Sands Tanvi P Patel Thomas Frank Lockwood

ENGL 442 The Novel: Special Studies (5, max. 10) VLPA
Readings may be English or American and drawn from different periods, or they may concentrate on different types - gothic, experimental, novel of consciousness, realistic novel. Special attention to the novel as a distinct literary form. Specific topic varies from quarter to quarter.
Instructor Course Description: Jessica L. Burstein Juliet D Shields Travis J Sands

ENGL 443 Poetry: Special Studies (5, max. 10) VLPA
A poetic tradition or group of poems connected by subject matter or poetic technique. Specific topics vary, but might include poetry as a geography of mind, the development of the love lyric, the comic poem.
Instructor Course Description: Andrew E Feld Brian Reed

ENGL 444 Dramatic Literature: Special Studies (5, max. 10) VLPA
Study of a particular dramatic tradition (such as expressionism or the absurd theatre) or character (the clown) or technique (play-within-a-play, the neoclassical three unities). Topics vary.
Instructor Course Description: Herbert Blau Miceal F Vaughan

ENGL 451 American Writers: Studies in Major Authors (5, max. 15) VLPA
Concentration on one writer or a special group of American writers.
Instructor Course Description: Keith M Feldman

ENGL 452 Topics in American Literature (5, max. 15) VLPA
Exploration of a theme or special topic in American literary expression.
Instructor Course Description: Jill E. Gatlin

ENGL 453 Introduction to American Folklore (5) VLPA
Study of different kinds of folklore inherited from America's past and to be found in America today.
Instructor Course Description: Mona Lisa Saloy

ENGL 457 Pacific Northwest Literature (5) VLPA
Concentrates in alternate years on either prose or poetry of the Pacific Northwest. Prose works examine early exploration, conflicts of native and settlement cultures, various social and economic conflicts. Pacific Northwest poetry includes consideration of its sources, formative influences, and emergence into national prominence.
Instructor Course Description: Dian L. Million

ENGL 466 Gay and Lesbian Studies (5) VLPA/I&S, DIV
Examination of ways gays and lesbians are represented in literature, film, performance, and popular culture and how these representations are interpreted in mainstream, gay/lesbian, and academic writing.
Instructor Course Description: Edmond Y Chang Katherine Cummings

ENGL 470 Theory and Practice of Teaching Literature (5, max. 10) VLPA
Reviews the institutional history of English as an academic discipline and the core debates and politics that have shaped the content, teaching, and study of literature and literacy theory. Introduces some theoretical and methodological approaches that inform the teaching of literature.

ENGL 471 Theory and Practice of Teaching Writing (5) VLPA
Reviews the research, core debates, and politics that have shaped the practice, teaching and study of writing. Introduces theoretical and methodological approaches that inform the teaching and learning of writing.
Instructor Course Description: George L. Dillon Gail Stygall

ENGL 472 Language Learning (5) VLPA
Consideration of how an individual achieves psychological and esthetic grasp of reality through language; relates language development to reading skills, literary interpretation, grammar acquisition, oral fluency, discursive and imaginative writing.

ENGL 473 Current Developments in English Studies: Conference (5) VLPA

Instructor Course Description: Colette V Moore George L. Dillon Gail Stygall

ENGL 474 Special Topics in English for Teachers (1-10, max. 10) VLPA

Instructor Course Description: Elizabeth Simmons-Oneill Louisa J. Peck

ENGL 475 Colloquium in English for Teachers (1-5, max. 10) VLPA

ENGL 476 Puget Sound Writing Program Institute (10) VLPA
Focus on the writing process and the teaching of writing, accomplished through research, writing, reflection, and demonstration of writing instruction. Affiliated with the National Writing Project.

ENGL 477 Children's Literature (5) VLPA
An examination of books that form a part of the imaginative experience of children, as well as a part of a larger literary heritage, viewed in the light of their social, psychological, political, and moral implications.
Instructor Course Description: John W Griffith Jane J Lee

ENGL 478 Language and Social Policy (5) VLPA/I&S
Examines the relationship between language policy and social organization; the impact of language policy on immigration, education, and access to resources and political institutions; language policy and revolutionary change; language rights.
Instructor Course Description: Gail Stygall

ENGL 479 Language Variation and Language Policy in North America (5) VLPA/I&S
Surveys basic issues of language variation: phonological, syntactic, semantic, and narrative/discourse differences among speech communities of North American English; examines how language policy can affect access to education, the labor force, and political institutions.

ENGL 481 Special Studies in Expository Writing (5) VLPA
Individual projects in various types of nonfictional prose, such as biographical sketches, informational reports, literary reviews, and essays.
Instructor Course Description: Elizabeth Simmons-Oneill

ENGL 483 Advanced Verse Workshop (5, max. 10) VLPA
Intensive verse workshop. Emphasis on the production and discussion of student poetry. Prerequisite: ENGL 383; ENGL 384.
Instructor Course Description: Pimone E Triplett

ENGL 484 Advanced Prose Workshop (5, max. 10) VLPA
Intensive prose workshop. Emphasis on the production and discussion of student fiction and/or creative nonfiction. Prerequisite: ENGL 383; ENGL 384.
Instructor Course Description: David L Bosworth Shawn H Wong

ENGL 485 Novel Writing (5, max. 15) VLPA
Experience in planning, writing, and revising a work of long fiction, whether from the outset, in progress, or in already completed draft. Prerequisite: ENGL 384.
Instructor Course Description: David L Bosworth

ENGL 486 Playwriting (5, max. 10) VLPA
Experience in planning, writing, and revising a play, whether from the outset, in progress, or in already completed draft.

ENGL 487 Screenwriting (5) VLPA
Students read screenwriting manuals and screenplays, analyze exemplary films, and write synopses, treatments, and first acts of their own screenplays.
Instructor Course Description: Shawn H Wong

ENGL 491 Internship (1-6, max. 12)
Supervised experience in local businesses and other agencies. Open only to upper-division English majors. Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: Elizabeth Simmons-Oneill

ENGL 492 Advanced Expository Writing Conference (1-5, max. 10)
Tutorial arranged by prior mutual agreement between individual student and instructor. Revision of manuscripts is emphasized, but new work may also be undertaken.

ENGL 493 Advanced Creative Writing Conference (1-5, max. 10)
Tutorial arranged by prior mutual agreement between individual student and instructor. Revision of manuscripts is emphasized, but new work may also be undertaken.

ENGL 494 Honors Seminar (5, max. 10) VLPA
Survey of current issues confronting literary critics today, based on revolving themes and topics. Focuses on debates and developments affecting English language and literatures, including questions about: the relationship of culture and history; the effect of emergent technologies on literary study; the rise of interdisciplinary approaches in the humanities.
Instructor Course Description: Carolyn Allen Herbert Blau Juliet D Shields Charles P Laporte Laura H Chrisman Miceal F Vaughan Ronald Thomas Foster

ENGL 495 Major Conference for Honors in Creative Writing (5)
Special projects available to Honors students in creative writing. Required of, and limited to, Honors students in creative writing.

ENGL 496 Major Conference for Honors (5)
Individual study (reading, papers) by arrangement with the instructor. Required of, and limited to, Honors seniors in English.

ENGL 497 Honors Senior Seminar (5) VLPA
Seminar study of special topics in language and literary study. Limited to Honors students majoring in English.

ENGL 498 Senior Seminar (5) VLPA
Seminar study of special topics in language and literary study. Limited to seniors majoring in English.
Instructor Course Description: Carolyn Allen Candace M. Barlow David W. Huntsperger Elizabeth Simmons-Oneill Herbert Blau Shawn H Wong John C Coldewey Jill E. Gatlin Kim Johnson-Bogart Laura H Chrisman Katy Masuga Miceal F Vaughan Rebecca S. Rauve Steven M. Tobias William R Streitberger Thomas Frank Lockwood

ENGL 499 Independent Study (1-5, max. 10)
Individual study by arrangement with instructor.

ENGL 500 Reading Medieval Literature (5)
Special problems involved in the study and interpretation of medieval texts, selected examples drawn from the beginnings of English literature to 1500.
Instructor Course Description: Miceal F Vaughan

ENGL 501 The Renaissance and Literary Tradition (5)
Examination of selected texts from 1500 to 1660, concentrating on specific problems of interpretation and scholarship characteristic of the study of works written during the Renaissance.

ENGL 502 English Literary Culture: 1660-1800 (5)
Examination of selected texts of the Restoration and eighteenth century, concentrating on specific problems of interpretation and scholarship characteristic of the study of works written during the period.

ENGL 503 English Literary Culture: 1800-1900 (5)
Examination of selected texts from the nineteenth century, concentrating on specific problems of interpretation and scholarship characteristic of the study of works written during the period.

ENGL 504 Backgrounds of Modern Literature (5)
Examination of selected texts from the twentieth century, concentrating on specific problems of interpretation and scholarship characteristic of the study of works written during the period.
Instructor Course Description: Leroy F Searle

ENGL 505 Theories of American Literature (5)
Examination of selected texts in American Literature, concentrating on the specific problems of interpretation and scholarship characteristic of the study of works in this field.

ENGL 506 Modern and Contemporary Critical Theory (5)
Engages ongoing critical conversations that inform English studies, including: language, textual production, disciplinarity, the university, capital, nation formation, postcolonialism, the environment, race, gender, class, and sexuality. The historical focus is contemporary, with attention to foundational modern theorists.

ENGL 507 History of Literary Criticism and Theory I (5, max. 15)
A general introduction to the major issues in the history of criticism followed by the study of the classical theorists, including Plato, Aristotle, Longinus, and the major medieval critics. Offered: jointly with C LIT 507.

ENGL 508 History of Literary Criticism and Theory II (5, max. 15)
Literary criticism and theory from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance through the eighteenth century to, but not including, Kant. Offered: jointly with C LIT 508.
Instructor Course Description: Louisa Mackenzie Nicholas Halmi

ENGL 509 History of Literary Criticism and Theory III (5, max. 15)
Literary criticism and theory from Kant's Critique of Judgment to the mid-twentieth century and the work of Northrop Frye. Offered: jointly with C LIT 509.
Instructor Course Description: Douglas P Collins

ENGL 510 History of Literary Criticism and Theory IV (5, max. 15)
A study of the major issues in literary criticism and theory since about 1965. Offered: jointly with C LIT 510.
Instructor Course Description: Andrew Nestingen

ENGL 512 Introductory Reading in Old English (5)

ENGL 513 Old English Language and Literature (5, max. 15)

ENGL 514 Middle English (5, max. 15)

ENGL 515 Chaucer (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: John C Coldewey

ENGL 516 Topics in Medieval English Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: John C Coldewey Miceal F Vaughan

ENGL 517 Sixteenth-Century Literature (5, max. 15)

ENGL 518 Shakespeare (5, max. 15)

ENGL 520 Seventeenth-Century Literature (5, max. 15)

ENGL 521 Milton (5, max. 15)

ENGL 522 Topics in the English Renaissance, 1485-1660 (5, max. 15)

ENGL 524 Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Thomas Frank Lockwood

ENGL 525 Topics in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Studies (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Leroy F Searle

ENGL 527 Romanticism (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: J David Mc Cracken Gary J Handwerk Leroy F Searle Nicholas Halmi

ENGL 528 Victorian Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Kathleen Blake

ENGL 529 Topics in Nineteenth-Century Studies (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Jesse Oak Taylor Charles P Laporte Marshall J Brown

ENGL 531 Early American Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Juliet D Shields

ENGL 532 Nineteenth-Century American Literature (5, max. 15)

ENGL 533 Modern American Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Shawn H Wong Louis O Chude-Sokei

ENGL 535 American Culture and Criticism (5, max. 15)

ENGL 537 Topics in American Studies (5, max. 15)

ENGL 540 Modern Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Jessica L. Burstein

ENGL 541 Contemporary Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Monika Kaup

ENGL 543 Anglo-Irish Literature (5, max. 15)

ENGL 544 World Literature in English (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Cynthia Steele Laura H Chrisman

ENGL 546 Topics in Twentieth-Century Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Jessica L. Burstein

ENGL 550 Studies in Narrative (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Gordana Crnkovic Galya Diment Juliet D Shields

ENGL 551 Studies in Poetry (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Herbert Blau Leroy F Searle

ENGL 552 Studies in Drama (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Herbert Blau

ENGL 554 Theories of Structure, Genre, Form, and Function (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Cynthia Steele George L. Dillon Nicholas Halmi

ENGL 555 Feminist Theories (5, max. 15)

ENGL 556 Cultural Studies (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Alys E. Weinbaum Joseph Adam Milutis Laura H Chrisman Ronald Thomas Foster

ENGL 559 Literature and Other Disciplines (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Herbert Blau Leroy F Searle Marek K. Wieczorek

ENGL 560 The Nature of Language: History and Theory (5)

Instructor Course Description: George L. Dillon Gail Stygall

ENGL 561 Stylistics (5)

ENGL 562 Discourse Analysis (5)

Instructor Course Description: Gail Stygall Sandra V Silberstein

ENGL 563 Research Methods in Language and Rhetoric (5, max. 15)
Introduces research theories and methodological approaches in language and rhetoric. Methods and content focus include ethnography, corpus analysis, case study, discourse analysis, rhetorical criticism, and various other qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Instructor Course Description: George L. Dillon

ENGL 564 Current Rhetorical Theory (5)
Prerequisite: teaching experience.
Instructor Course Description: Candice S Rai George L. Dillon

ENGL 567 Approaches to Teaching Composition (1-5, max. 10)
Readings in composition theory and discussion of practical classroom applications. Prerequisite: previous experience or concurrent assignment in teaching writing.

ENGL 568 Topics in Composition Studies (5, max. 15)
Covers various issues in composition studies including: the history of composition study, contemporary composition theory, basic writing, service-learning pedagogy, engaged scholarship, new media and digital studies, writing assessment, writing across the curriculum, and writing program administration.
Instructor Course Description: Nancy Bou Ayash Gail Stygall

ENGL 569 Topics in Language and Rhetoric (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Colette V Moore George L. Dillon Gail Stygall

ENGL 570 Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language (5, max. 10)
Discussion and practice of second-language teaching techniques. Three hours per week teaching required in addition to regular class meetings. Prerequisite: ENGL 571 or permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: James W Tollefson Sandra V Silberstein

ENGL 571 Theory and Practice on Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (5, max. 10)
Topics include second language reading, aural/oral skills, critical pedagogy, program administration, and language policy.

ENGL 572 Methods and Materials for Teaching English as a Second Language (5)
Prerequisite: LING 445 or permission of instructor.

ENGL 574 Research Methods in Second-Language Acquisition (5)
Prerequisite: ENGL 572, LING 449, or permission of instructor.
Instructor Course Description: Mary N Motha

ENGL 575 Pedagogy and Grammar in Teaching English as a Second Language (5)

Instructor Course Description: Priti Sandhu

ENGL 576 Testing and Evaluation in English as a Second Language (5)
Evaluation and testing of English language proficiency, including testing theory, types of tests, and teacher-prepared classroom tests. Prerequisite: ENGL 571 and ENGL 572 or permission of instructor.
Instructor Course Description: Julia Deak Sandler Manka M. Varghese Priscilla M Allen

ENGL 578 Colloquium in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (5, max. 10)
Overview of major issues in second-language acquisition, teaching methodology, and classroom practice with special emphasis on links between theories of language learning and practical aspects of teaching English to speakers of other languages.
Instructor Course Description: Mary N Motha James W Tollefson Sandra V Silberstein

ENGL 581 The Creative Writer as Critical Reader (5)

Instructor Course Description: Andrew E Feld Pimone E Triplett Richard L Kenney

ENGL 584 Advanced Fiction Workshop (5, max. 20)
Prerequisite: graduate standing.

ENGL 585 Advanced Poetry Workshop (5, max. 20)
Prerequisite: graduate standing.

ENGL 586 Graduate Writing Conference (5)

ENGL 587 Topics in the Teaching of Creative Writing (3/5)

ENGL 590 Master of Arts Essay (5/10, max. 10)
Research and writing project under the close supervision of a faculty member expert and with the consultation of a second faculty reader. The field of study is chosen by the student. Work is independent and varies. The model is an article in a scholarly journal. Prerequisite: graduate standing in English.

ENGL 591 Master of Arts for Teachers Essay (5)
Research and writing project under the close supervision of a faculty member expert in the field of study chosen by the student within the MAT degree orientation toward the teaching of English, and with the consultation of a second faculty reader. The model is an article in a scholarly journal.

ENGL 592 Graduate English Studies (1-5, max. 10)

ENGL 593 Textual Criticism (5)
Introduction to paleography, codicology, analytical and descriptive bibliography; examination of the major contributions to textual theory in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; practice in applying textual theory in editing literary works.
Instructor Course Description: Brian Reed Miceal F Vaughan Raimonda Modiano Thomas Frank Lockwood

ENGL 595 Topics in Teaching Literature (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Leroy F Searle

ENGL 597 Directed Readings (*, max. 18)
Intensive reading in literature or criticism, directed by members of doctoral supervisory committee. Credit/no-credit only.

ENGL 598 Colloquium in English (1-5, max. 10)
Lectures and seminars presented by visiting scholars or a range of local scholars relevant to English graduate studies.

ENGL 599 Special Studies in English (5, max. 15)

Instructor Course Description: Carolyn Allen Herbert Blau

ENGL 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)

ENGL 601 Internship (3-10, max. 10)
Credit/no-credit only.

ENGL 700 Master's Thesis (*-)

ENGL 800 Doctoral Dissertation (*-)